Students from this program have continued their education at:
Jefferson University, Temple University. Cabrini University, West Chester University, Penn State University
Where have our graduates been hired?
Auxilium Pharmaceuticals (now Endo Pharmaceuticals), Eurofins, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Merck, QualTek Molecular Laboratories, Vascular Strategies, Rockland Immunochemicals, Charles River Laboratories, Saladax Biomedical, Wu-Xi, GlaxoSmithKline, University of Pennsylvania,
On graduating from Montgomery County Community College, you should be able to:
Demonstrate a theoretical and practical (i.e., hands-on) knowledge of state-of-the-art tools used in biotechnology laboratories, including molecular and cellular biological techniques and use of various laboratory instrumentation;
Demonstrate an understanding of the biotechnology process, from identification of a molecule involved in a disease process to the end-stage marketing of a product;
Demonstrate thorough knowledge of the biotechnology manufacturing process;
Demonstrate potential for teamwork, and good oral and written communication skills;
Demonstrate familiarity with the types of career opportunities available in the biotechnology industry.
Building Southeastern Pennsylvania's Advanced Technical Workforce in Gene and Cell Therapy DUE 2100382, Expansion, Curriculum Evolution, and Enhancement of Biotechnician Training DUE 2100072,
Developing Classroom-based Undergraduate Research Experiences in Antibody Bioengineering DUE 2055036,
The College-Company Connection: Bringing Real-World Work Experience to Students through Stategic Partnerships DUE 0802383,
An Enhanced Science and Technology Educator Training Institute: Helping Teachers and Faculty Motivate, Recruit and Train the 21st Century Science and Technology Workforce DUE 0802481,
The Northeast Biomanufacturing Center and Collaborative: Building Local Community College-Biomanufacturing Partnerships to Provide a Sustainable Infrastructure for Biomanufacturing DUE 0903208,
NBC2: Building Regional and National Networks for a 21st Century Workforce for the Bioeconomy DUE 1501631, The NBC2: Growing a Regional and National Bioeconomy, One Locale at a Time DUE 1204974,
Fostering a Successful Learning Community for Science and Technology Scholars NSF-S-STEM: DUE 0728422
Montgomery County Community College also received funding from the Department of Labor TAACCT program as part of the Community College Consortium for Bioscience Credentials. #TC-23761-12-60-A-37
Dr. Margaret Bryans is the principal investigator on the NBC2 NSF ATE award.
Learn more at Biomanufacturing.org
US Department of Labor (DOL)
Videos About the Program
InnovATEBIO 5 for 5 Webinar Focus on Biomanufacturing