Aldevron, Biotechnique, Bone Care International (now Genzyme), Boviteq, Catalent Pharma Solutions, Cellular Dynamics, Cell Line Genetics, Covance, Deibel Laboratories, Epicentre Technologies, Exact Sciences, Forest Products Lab, Gain Sight Inc, Holologic, Intelligen, Invenra, Iogenetics, Lucigen, JangBio, Marshfield Clinic, Monsanto Agracetus campus, National Wildlife Lab, PIC, Platypus Technologies, PPD, Inc., Promega, Roche Nimblegen, Scarab Genomics, Scientific Protein Labs, Silliker Laboratories, Stemina Biomarker Discovery, Stratech Corporation, Trac Microbiology, UAS Laboratories, University of Wisconsin Biotech Center, University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, Varigen, Virent Energy Systems, WiCell, Wisconsin Crop Innovation Center, Wisconsin Energy Institute: Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center
The Biotechnology Laboratory Technician program is a good fit for recent high school graduates, professionals returning to the workforce or changing careers, or those who want to gain new skills to advance their current career.
All Biotechnology Laboratory Technician students must complete an internship before they can graduate.
Courses are developed with local industry advice and are taught in fully-equipped laboratories that allow you access to the supplies and equipment used in the biotech industry.
The Biotechnology Laboratory Technician program can be completed in as little as two years or up to three years.
Upon graduation, students can start a career or transfer to a four-year college.
Students in the Biotechnology Laboratory Technician program can attend full or part-time.
Read about our graduates' career pathways and work experiences.