Training Resources

Develop Bioscience Skills

Training is important.  The demand for high quality care through advanced drugs and therapies is growing. People in the bioscience industry need world class skills to keep pace with the demand. Are you ready for the challenge?

Skills Will Move You Forward

One trip to the pharmacy will tell you that prescription and over-the-counter drugs are more sophisticated than ever before. You can choose from a dozen different medicines to cure a headache—aspirin is not the only option!

Observe a surgery and you will see how medical devices and instruments are designed to do things our parents couldn’t even imagine. It takes great skills to be a part of these innovations.

Consider how learning great skills can benefit you :

  • Makes you  more marketable for employers
  • Creates a smoother transition for you to the workplace
  • Builds your confidence to take on new challenges in your career

Education Options Abound

Your time is important and you’re likely juggling many priorities.  That’s ok, depending on what job you expect, your time commitment for getting the right bioscience skills can be as little as 7 weeks for a certificate.  Or you can invest 8-10 years for multiple degrees.

Education Programs - Within Your Reach

Create the career you want. Now is the best time to invest in you. Why? The reasons are simple:

  • 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

The training needed to prepare you for a bioscience career varies by school, and the needs of local and national employers. The good news is, Ohio schools offer literally hundreds of options and your bioscience education can take many forms:

  • A Short Term Certificate Program that may take as little as 7 weeks or as long as a year.
  • An  Associate Degree Program.
  • A “Pass-Through” Degree Program that begins with two years of education at a Community College, and then transfers to a four year University. The result is a Bachelor’s Degree.
  • A traditional Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral Degree Program