Bioscience Programs in Ohio
Bioscience is Growing, and it Needs You
Skills Will Move You Forward
Consider how learning great skills can benefit you :
- Be more marketable for employers
- Enable a smoother transition for you to the bio-workplace
- Build confidence to take on new challenges in your career
- Satisfy your curiosity and interest in this exciting field
Education Options Abound
You can create the career you want and now is the best time to invest in your future. Why?
- You deserve to have a career with upward mobility and unlimited potential
- Most bioscience jobs require skills beyond a high school diploma
- The resources to help job seekers change careers have never been better
Find the Program that Meets Your Needs
- A short term certificate program may take as little as seven weeks or as long as a year
- An associate degree program can often be completed in two years or less
- A “pass-through” degree program begins with two years of education at a community college, then transfers to a four year university for completion of a Bachelor’s Degree
- A traditional university-based Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral Degree Program
Bioscience Education by the Numbers
In 2015, 10,179 bioscience-related degrees and certificates were awarded to students in Ohio, up 58% since 2006.
Degrees awarded in 2015 included 1,365 certificates or associates degrees, 6,329 bachelor’s degrees, and 2,485 post-BA, master’s or doctoral degrees.
In 2006 there were only 85 institutions awarding bioscience degrees and certificates, but by 2015, the number rose to 102 public and private schools directly impacting bioscience in Ohio.
In 2015, the top ten bioscience-pipeline degrees were:
- Biology and Biological Sciences (2340 graduates)
- Pharmacy (785)
- Chemical Engineering (770)
- Chemistry (755)
- Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering (527)
- Zoology and Animal Biology (520)
- Veterinary and Animal Health Technology (454)
- Biochemistry (307)
- Neuroscience (280)
- Pharmacy Technician & Assistant (278)