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