Other Biomedical Programs
BioScience Academy is a free, two-semester education and biomedical training program that allows eligible unemployed (or underemployed) Massachusetts residnets to earn 12 Boston University credits upon successful completion of four courses: Medical Terminology, Essential Methods in Biotechnology, a full-time internship, and one undergraduate BLCS course. BioScience Academy students earn a Certificate in Applied Biotechnology after successful completion of the nine-month program. Students must have an undergraduate degree and a professional resume in STEM (science, technology, engineering, or math).
Along with the four required courses, the program consists of intense laboratory training, internships, and job skill preparation. Graduates of BioScience Academy are qualified for a wide variety of mid-level laboratory jobs in institutions such as biotech companies, universities, and hospitals, among others. This program is supported by the U.S. Department of Labor through the City of Boston and the SCILS Initiative.
For more information on BioScience Academy, please visit www.bu.edu/biosci or call 617-638-6363.
BioScience Academy began its first of four years in Fall 2013. Please visit the BioScience Academy web site for upcoming Information Sessions, test dates, directions and a study guide for the math test.
BioScience Academy students in lab Fall 2012