Certificate in Basic Bioscience

Certificates » Basic Bioscience
Program Features
  • Blended classroom and online format
  • Graduate credit that can be applied to the Master of Pharmaceutical Bioengineering  
  • Guest speakers from pharmaceutical and biotech companies
  • Exposure to key processes and departments of large and small pharmaceutical companies through case studies on numerous trials
Who Should Apply
  • Professionals who work in biotechnology and pharmaceuticals
  • Professionals interested in an introduction to pharmaceutics, molecular biology, experimental design, statistics, biochemistry, molecular genetics, drug discovery and translational science
  • Professionals involved with the design, development, manufacturing and sales of drugs
Investigate the core disciplines involved in drug design, discovery and development. Examine the fundamental molecular processes in organisms and the molecular structure-function relationship. Learn how the pharmaceutical industry is structured and how a new drug is developed and brought to market. Understand the biostatistical concepts necessary for the interpretation, evaluation and communication of biomedical research.
Key Outcome
You will have a fundamental understanding of effective drug development.
Sections
Start Location Program ID Status
Winter 2015  Details Details Downtown Seattle 4847 In Development
Winter 2013  Details Details Downtown Seattle 4086 Closed
Course Dates Days Instructor
Molecular and Cellular Biology I Jan 8 - Mar 14, 2013 Tu, Th Minie
Molecular and Cellular Biology II Apr 2 - Jun 6, 2013 Tu, Th Minie
General Pharmaceutics I Sep 26 - Dec 5, 2013 Tu, Th Benson
General Pharmaceutics II Jan 9 - Mar 13, 2014 Tu, Th Benson
Statistics and Experimental Design Apr 1 - Jun 5, 2014 Tu, Th Mastrangelo
Winter 2014  Details Details Downtown Seattle 4370 Closed
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I found that I could take the knowledge [I learned from the courses] and apply it in my work on a daily basis. I could better understand the language of biotechnology and my scientific clients, and therefore be involved at a deeper level in the drug discovery and development process

Jennifer P.
IT Project Staff Manager