Biomolecular Engineering Degree Programs
Choose from two concentration: Biomolecular Engineering (which emphasizes wet-lab techniques) and Bioinformatics (which emphasizes computational techniques).
The B.A. in Biotechnology is intended for students who plan to be involved in the biotechnology industry as writers, artists, ethicists, executives, sales force, regulators, lawyers, politicians, and other roles that require an understanding of biotechnology.
The bioinformatics minor is intended for tool users who are majoring in a Biomolecular Engineering or a biological or chemical specialty. This minor is also appropriate for computer science/computer engineering majors who are considering graduate work in bioinformatics.
The contiguous B.S./M.S. degree pathway that allows those students to complete the M.S. somewhat sooner than students with a less-tailored preparation.