BioScience is in the news almost every day! It encompasses the medical and dental fields. It is a part of feeding our world and taking care of pets and livestock.
Problems related to the environment and solving crimes are also part of the BioScience field. If you love to learn by doing, this lab-based program will expose you to all of these fields.
4565 Columbus Pike | Delaware, OH 43015
To ask more questions about any program or to schedule a tour of our campuses, contact Administrative Assistant to the Enrollment Coordinator, Marsha Link at (740) 201-3216 or LinkM@DelawareAreaCC.org.
Location: South Campus Grade Level: Juniors and Seniors
Bioscience I - $375.99
Bioscience II - $385.99
Includes one-time purchase of a Chromebook. Once students have made that purchase or if they own one already, that fee will be not be repeated.
This 2-year program emphasizes lab skills usually only practiced in college or out in the field. These include micropipetting, cell culturing of bacteria, making serial dilutions, understanding and performing tasks utilizing aseptic technique, PCR and gel electrophoresis, and spectrophotometry. Students will learn these skills as they explore the world of anatomy/physiology and advanced biology (BioScience).
- Demonstrate Scientific Method Conduct Experiments
- Laboratory Safety and Maintenance Instrument Analysis
- Chemical Materials Handling and Sampling
- Physical Properties Management
- BioHazard Storage, Handling, and Disposal
- Basic Microbiology
- Biochemical Technology
- Molecular Biology Technology
- Cell Culturing Protein Bioseparation Methods
- Fermentation Technology
- Microbiology for BioTechnology
- Introduction to Industry
- Technical Writing and Documentation
Chemistry (1 credit)
Elective (2 credits)
Advanced Biology (1 credit)
Elective (2 credits)
Introduction to BioScience 1010 through accreditation with North Central State College
- Lab equipment for scientific analysis
- Microbiology techniques
- Biochemistry techniques
- Using technology to analyze, interpret, & report data
- Microscopic observations
- Creating a Scientific Resume
- Creating Scientific Research Papers
- Multiple Scientific Approaches
You will be prepared for further education in any science/laboratory field. Many students participating in this program have a focus degrees, such as:
2 Year Degrees
- Health Science Technician
- Microbiology Technician
- Medical Assistant
- Quality Assurance Technician
- Forensic Lab Technician
- Health Care Assistant
4+ Year Degrees
- Human/Animal Medicine
- Molecular Biologist
As of 2015, over 5 million Ohio residents were employed in the BioScience field. There has been a 14% increase in the number of BioScience Companies here in Ohio*. The average income for those who are employed in the BioScience field is $66,341.
“In 2014, the Research and Development subsector employed the most workers (16,469), which accounted for 24% of Ohio’s total BioScience employment. Next in line was Medical Product Distribution with 15,201 (22%) and Medical and Testing Laboratories with 13,239 (19%). The Research and Development subsector had the largest payroll ($1.4 billion) while the largest average wage was paid by rms in
Pharmaceuticals and Therapeutics ($93,654). Despite having the smallest average wage ($50,448), the Medical and Testing Laboratories subsector still exceeds the statewide average.**”
*BioOhio, “Ohio BioScience Growth Report” 2015.
**BioOhio, “Ohio BioScience Growth Report” 2015. Health Care Positions were not part of the BioOhio report.