The ability to navigate and manipulate the manufacturing process of biofuels, pharmaceuticals, and other biologics makes our graduates valuable members of any product development, manufacturing, or quality team.
A degree in bioprocessing science can prepare you for a career as a:
- Fermentation scientist
- Laboratory analyst, manager, or technologist
- Manufacturing technician
- Process development associate
- Process technician
- Quality assurance specialist
- Quality control analyst
- Sales representative
- Validation associate
North Carolina is fast becoming a center for bio-based businesses, including pharmaceutical, agricultural, and chemical companies, such as Bayer Crop Science, Pfizer, Syngenta Biotechnology, and Novozymes. Our relationship with industry contacts helps place our graduates and generate a bioprocessing network.