Where biomanufacturing meets business
North Carolina State University offers novel interdisciplinary graduate degree programs in biomanufacturing. Through our various degree, minor, and certificate programs, students gain hands-on experience using industry-standard equipment along with a comprehensive education in the principles and theory of bioprocessing and biomanufacturing. The program home is the 82,500-gross-square-foot, $50-million Golden LEAF Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center (BTEC). This one-of-a-kind facility features a simulated-cGMP* pilot plant capable of producing biopharmaceutical products and packaging them in a sterile environment, in addition to laboratories with bench- and intermediate-scale bioprocessing equipment. *current Good Manufacturing Practice
Use the links below or at right to explore BTEC's graduate programs and courses:
Biomanufacturing is an interdisciplinary field using aspects of chemical engineering, biochemistry, and microbiology to create biological products used for human consumption. It's a rapidly expanding field whose products influence industries from pharmaceuticals to biofuels to food.
For more information
Contact Chris Smith, graduate programs coordinator, at
(919) 513-2195 or firstname.lastname@example.org.