About

The Biotechnology Program is a minor-only program for any student enrolled at NC State.  Undergraduates and graduate students may minor in Biotechnology, and non-thesis graduate students may choose to complete a graduate certificate in biotechnology.  More information on the requirements for these can be found in the Minors &  Certificate page.

MISSION STATEMENT

PCR tubes with pink liquid and microfuge tube with blue label.

Provide state-of-the-art, laboratory-based education in molecular biotechnology to NC State undergraduate and graduate students as well as to faculty, staff, and life science professionals in the RTP area

NSF BIT SURE Student Malik Lindsay from 2018 cohort.

Lead, coordinate and/or support externally-funded, campus-wide graduate student training programs related to molecular biotechnology

Catalyze and support molecular biotechnology-based educational efforts at NC State that complement BIT offerings (e.g., Bioprocessing, BTEC, CVM Translational Medicine)

Support and inspire K-12, community college, undergraduate and graduate biotechnology education efforts in NC (and beyond)

Provide opportunities for early-career life science/engineering professionals to develop instructional skills related to lab-based molecular biotechnology education

Minors and Certificates

The Biotechnology Program is a minor-only program for any student enrolled at NC State.  Undergraduates and graduate students may minor in Biotechnology, and non-thesis graduate students may choose to complete a graduate certificate in biotechnology.  More information on the requirements for these can be found in the Minors & Certificate page.

Equipment and Facilities

Equipment List