We have 70 schools with bachelor of science degrees in Biotechnology in our database. Scroll down for the detailed list of programs.

What is the Bachelor’s in Biotechnology Degree?

A bachelor degree in biotechnology should prepare students for entry level positions in the field, the opportunity to grow into more advanced positions in the future, and the opportunity to pursue a masters degree.

Most bachelors of science in biotechnology focus on biochemistry, biosystems, bio- and tissue- engineering, and cellular/molecular biology. The primary goal of most bachelor’s programs is to give you an understanding of the principles of biotechnology.

Types of Bachelors in Biotechnology Degrees

Bachelor of Science – Biomedical Engineering

We have 18 schools in our database that offer bachelors degrees in biomedical engineering, all of them a bachelor of science degree.

Biomedical engineering consists of using biology and medicine concepts combined with engineering knowledge and principles for the betterment of healthcare. The field is instrumental in combining analytical engineering skills with medical knowledge and understanding to advance the healthcare industry.

Advancements have been made in diagnosis, therapy, understanding of disease and cure, and research and development due to biomedical engineers. View our career profile for more information on what a biomedical engineer does, but it is considered a career with a very positive outlook for future growth, with an expected growth rate of 27%. Considering the average median salary per year is $86,960 (BLS), this is an excellent career choice. You will need to have a bachelors degree in biomedical engineering to become a biomedical engineer.

Biomedical Engineering Resources

Biomedical Engineering Society
Biomedical Eng. Academic Journals
IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology
American Society for Engineering Education

Bachelor of Science – Biomedical Informatics

This is an interesting and very important field within biotechnology. Biomedical Informatics involves the combination of the power of computer science with biotechnology science and research. This allows for more rapid and more profound discoveries in the biotechnology field.

Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology

We have 70 schools with bachelor of science degrees in Biotechnology in our database. Scroll down for the detailed list of programs.

A bachelor degree in biotechnology should prepare students for entry level positions in the field, the opportunity to grow into more advanced positions in the future, and the opportunity to pursue a masters degree.

Most bachelors of science in biotechnology focus on biochemistry, biosystems, bio- and tissue- engineering, and cellular/molecular biology. The primary goal of most bachelor’s programs is to give you an understanding of the principles of biotechnology.

Related Biotech Programs

Biotechnology is closely related to public health and well being (Click here for a database of bachelors in public health programs). The idea behind biotechnology is use science and engineering to create a more healthy nation (or world), and many biotechnologists – especially researchers – end up working with public health officials.

We have a lot of information in our biotech database, but each bachelors in biotechnology degree program has its own intricacies and study focus. Be sure to talk with an admissions representative in the biotechnology school at the university you are interested in for detailed information.