Biotechnology Degree Guide was founded in 2007. We started by searching the web to find the most accurate, up-to-date, and most unique information available for anyone involved with biotechnology education. We still update the database periodically, so contact us if you have an addition or a change.
We have gathered over 200 schools, colleges, universities and programs in our database, and it is growing each day. Many biotechnology programs tend to be higher-level masters and above programs, but there are associates and bachelors degrees available as well. Utilize the Degrees page to sort colleges by degree type.
Biotechnology is seen as a form of public health, and can be used to improve and reduce rates of disease, increase the odds of improving or reversing from life-threatening illnesses. Biotechnology is also used in the fuel industry, streamlining processes and reducing emissions for a better planet.
With the rapid rate of growth in the technology space, the biotechnology vertical is booming, and bioscientists, biochemists, and biophysicists, as well as researchers and technicians, will be needed in the coming future.