Find an accredited biology technician associate’s or bachelor’s degree program near you. All listed local trade schools and online technical colleges are accredited and offer financial aid assistance to those who qualify. Use the search application to pick a school, they’ll contact you.
“Biology technicians usually work as part of a team in a lab doing research and experiments. You may be able to find a job with an associate degree, but it might prove easier if you get a bachelor’s degree. A 10 percent job growth is expected between now and 2026, with the median annual salary coming in at around $45K.”[ref]
Colleges with Biology Technician Programs
These are just a sample of schools, use the program search application to find your local options.
- Ashland University
- Iowa Central
- Miles Community College
- Fortis Institute
- Virginia College
- Keiser University
“What does a biology Technician do?
- Prepare and analyze specimens
- Research, and research of research (and more research)
- Conduct experiments
- Monitor experiments
- Conduct programs
- Set up and maintenance of equipment
- Write grants
Biology technicians help biologists with important tasks and study. They work at colleges and universities, in governments and any other business that includes a research lab. Associates and Bachelor’s degrees are available in this field.”[ref]