Graduates in molecular biology, bioengineering, or many other fields can potentially take advantage of many exciting and lucrative careers opportunities in biotechnology development, manufacturing, commercial operations, quality assurance, regulatory affairs, business development, licensing, and investment fund management. To access such opportunities as quickly and successfully as possible, it is quite valuable to understand not only the basic principles of bioprocess engineering, but also have a more advanced background in a subspecialty or application area, such as fermentation, cell culture, and/or bioseparations. Furthermore, an advanced background in many areas, such as bioseparations, can be applied not only to a career in pharmaceutical biotechnology, but also many other areas of biotechnology, such as biofuels.(MEB 429)
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