Biotechnology Research and Development

Trainer - Mrs. Laura Lambert 

NCCA Biotechnology Recruitment Video

The Biotechnology Research and Development pathway includes occupations involved in bioscience research and development as it applies to human health. Workers in Biotechnology create, design, develop, and evaluate systems and products such as artificial organs, medication information systems, prostheses, medical equipment and instrumentation, and heath management and care systems. Georgia has a growing biotech industry with many new companies calling our state home.

Courses Offered:

  • Introduction to Healthcare Science
  • Essentials of Biotechnology
  • Application of Biotechnology
Biotechnology Program of Study
This Program of Study
  may serve as a graduation guide for the next four plus years, along with other career planning and educational materials. 

Career  and Technical Student Organizations 
CTSOs are intracurricular organizations with leadership programs and competitive events helping students see the real-world value of their academic studies.

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Career Opportunities:

  • Clinical Laboratory Technologist
  • Pharmacist
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Medical Scientist
  • Nuclear Medical Technologist