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B.S. in Biotechnology

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Major Requirements

Students in the Biotechnology B.S. program take courses in biology, environmental sciences, chemistry, engineering, management, public policy, and law. The program prepares students for careers in the biotech, pharmaceutical, and agricultural industries, or for further study in the health professions or graduate school.  A senior year capstone class and research experience, and/or an industry internship, are also part of this major.

Additional details regarding the Biotechnology B.S. major requirements can be found in the course catalog.

Undergraduate Biotechnology students who are interested in conducting research in a lab may participate in the Distinction in Biotechnology program.

How to Apply

Interested in applying to Syracuse University for undergraduate study in biotechnology?

The Syracuse University Undergraduate Admissions Office directs the processing of admissions for the entire university, including all undergraduate applications. Visit the Syracuse University Undergraduate Admissions website for more information.

All application materials should be mailed to the address below for processing:

Syracuse University Office of Admissions
100 Crouse-Hinds Hall
900 South Crouse Avenue
Syracuse, NY  13244-2130
(Office Hours: Mon. - Fri., 8:30 am - 5:00 pm)

Phone:  315.443.3611
Twitter:  @GoSyracuseU

Institution code:  2823

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