The career options are expanding rapidly. Advances in genetic engineering, protein engineering, cell culture and molecular biology have generated a virtually unlimited potential for altering the capabilities of living systems, greatly expanding the scope of biotechnology, generating new applications for biological products and allowing a previously unprecedented ability to control life processes.
Where can our graduates go?
Graduates can work in:
- Agricultural, environmental, chemical, food processing, pharmaceutical and waste management industries
- Beverage and food production
- Biotechnology, medical and agricultural industries
- Government and research establishments
- In a range of public and private diagnostic, therapeutic and research laboratories covering microbiology, hematology, bioremediation, immunology, forensic science, crop development, pest control, animal production, veterinary services, molecular biology and protein engineering
- Medical and veterinary science service industries
- Intellectual Property
- Suppliers to the Biotechnology Industry