- Biotech degrees / certificates
- Agricultural/Biofuels Process Technology
- Applied Biotechnology Certificate
- Bioinformatics Certificate
- Biofuels Technician
- Biomanufacturing Associates Degree
- Biomanufacturing Certificate
- Bioprocess Laboratory Technology
- Biotechnician / Bioscience certificate
- Biotechnology Associates degree
- Clinical Research Professional
- Environmental Laboratory Technologist
- Genomics Technology Certificate
- Medical Devices Certificate
- Post Baccalaureate Certificate
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- Quality Control
- Regulatory Affairs Associates degree
- Regulatory Affairs Certificate
- Regulatory Compliance Technologist
- Stem Cell Certificate
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Regulatory Affairs Associates degree
Students in Regulatory Affairs programs learn about food and drug law, product life cycles, clinical trials, post market issues, technical writing and risk management.
An associate degree in regulatory affairs prepares students for work in industries that must comply with extensive government regulations. Examples of these industries are pharmaceutical and biotech companies, medical device manufacturers, and some food industries. Regulatory affairs professionals work with federal (FDA or EMA), state, and local regulatory agencies and personnel.
Associates degrees are two year degrees.
Different types of associates degrees
The main difference between the types of associate degrees lies in whether or not the degree will directly transfer to a four-year college.
- A.A.S. (Associate of Applied Science) degrees are professional technical degrees that prepare students to enter workforce.