BIT - Bioscience Technology Outcomes

AAS: Bioscience Technology

  • Apply knowledge of safety principles, quality and regulatory issues, teamwork and good business practices to work in a bioscience laboratory or manufacturing environment.
  • Carry out routine laboratory tasks and commonly used techniques with confidence, quality and appropriate documentation in a bioscience laboratory or manufacturing environment.
  • Apply knowledge of measurement and assay principles and strategies, purification principles, and the scientific method to laboratory situations.
  • Apply principles learned in courses to troubleshoot laboratory and manufacturing problems and devise and execute appropriate solutions.
  • Plan and organize tasks to allow efficient completion of complex procedures, including planning and executing multiple procedures that proceed simultaneously. Coordinate with others to work as part of a team.
  • Effectively, clearly and succinctly communicate the procedures, results and interpretations of laboratory activities to other staff in the bioscience workplace, using both informal and formal forms of scientific communication, including casual conference, the laboratory notebook, forms, memoranda, written reports and formal presentations. 10.2008

Career Pathway Certificate: Biotechnician

  • Work in compliance with safety principles to protect self, co-workers, the work area and the product in a bioscience workplace.
  • Apply knowledge of quality and regulatory issues, teamwork and good business practices to work in a bioscience laboratory or manufacturing environment.
  • Carry out common laboratory measurements, calculations, and documentation of work in a bioscience laboratory or manufacturing environment.
  • Effectively communicate the procedures, results, and interpretations of laboratory and manufacturing activities to other staff in the bioscience workplace, using standard forms of scientific communication, including the laboratory notebook, forms, memoranda, and casual conference.
  • Make informed decisions about career options, job readiness, and related education and training choices for the bioscience field. 10.2008