Biotechnology Minor

What is Biotechnology?

Lehigh’s undergraduate minor in biotechnology covers topics such as biochemical processes, genetic engineering, pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, medical devices, metabolic engineering and associated areas.

Lehigh strives to produce well-rounded analytical problem-solvers—innovators well equipped to succeed within the rigor and advances of modern science and technology. Lehigh-educated engineers possess the ability to solve multifaceted problems while working in diverse teams in a multidisciplinary, technologically complex environment.

Biotechnology Minor Contact

Professor Jim Hsu, Chemical and biomolecular engineering:
Janine Jekels, coordinator: | (610) 758-4371

Biotechnology Careers

Lehigh alumni who minored in biotechnology work in a wide variety of careers including management, marketing, and of course, laboratory science.

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