Biotechnology Career Opportunities

<iframe src="https://www.googletagmanager.com/ns.html?id=GTM-NGF68HW” height=”0″ width=”0″ style=”display:none;visibility:hidden”> Where can UTHSCT’s Biotechnology Program take you? Careers: Biopharmaceutical and drug development industries. Medical diagnostics. Clinical research and medicine. Biomedical research. Forensic science. Biomedical engineering. Advanced degrees (M.D. or Ph.D.).   Career Search   Search + Earnings + Employment = Knowledge

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Master of Science in Biotechnology Courses and Degree Plans

The Biotechnology Graduate Program requires each student to take seven core courses. These courses are designed to give students the academic foundation necessary to understand the theory behind a wide variety of techniques used in today’s biotechnology laboratory. The required labs that accompany each core course give students opportunities to gain valuable training with the […]

Master of Science in Biotechnology Admissions

<iframe src="https://www.googletagmanager.com/ns.html?id=GTM-NGF68HW” height=”0″ width=”0″ style=”display:none;visibility:hidden”> To be admitted to the master’s degree program in biotechnology at UT Health Science Center, a student must hold a bachelor’s degree, ideally in biology or chemistry, but a degree in a related field (bio-physics or physics with a biological emphasis) is acceptable. Students must have been completed Biochemistry I […]

School of Medical Biological Sciences

<iframe src="https://www.googletagmanager.com/ns.html?id=GTM-NGF68HW” height=”0″ width=”0″ style=”display:none;visibility:hidden”> Dean's Welcome Greetings and welcome to the School of Medical Biological Sciences at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler! As the only academic medical center in Northeast Texas, we are proud to be able to combine clinical care, internationally recognized scientific research, and high-quality student learning opportunities. […]

About MAC

Germs, like plants and animals, are grouped into “families.” One such family is called Mycobacteria. This family of germs is divided into smaller groups called species, many of which can cause human disease. The most commonly recognized species is Mycobacterium tuberculosis, which causes a contagious lung disease in humans called tuberculosis. This disease is spread […]