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College Science programs?

[OP]
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Jul 4, 2008
59 posts
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College Science programs?

I'm considering applying for all of these. But for the life of me, I can't find any comments on what the program is like, what the job prospect is, if it's useless, etc. Does anyone have any feedback regarding these?

College: SENECA
Program Title: BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST (RESEARCH)

College: SENECA
Program Title: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

College: SENECA
Program Title: CHEMICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY - PHARMACEUTICAL

College: CENTENNIAL
Program Title: BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY CO-OP FAST TRACK

College: CENTENNIAL
Program Title: BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST - INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY
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Newbie
Dec 15, 2009
22 posts
I'm also really curious about the Centennial Industrial Microbiology program. I've heard good things about it.
Newbie
May 21, 2010
10 posts
toronto
Hi,

I have a friend who is currently in his 3rd year at Centennial
taking the biotech - industrial microbio program. He said it isn't that challenging, exception to understanding the professors most of the time since they tend to go off track.
Deal Guru
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Dec 7, 2009
13313 posts
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I wonder, would someone with a B.Sc. undergrad double-minor in Bio/French be a better candidate than someone who graduated from one of those programs, for those types of jobs?
Newbie
May 21, 2010
10 posts
toronto
Syne wrote:
May 22nd, 2010 11:49 pm
I wonder, would someone with a B.Sc. undergrad double-minor in Bio/French be a better candidate than someone who graduated from one of those programs, for those types of jobs?
I am not sure.. But i think its comes down to experience in dealing with different materials and the number of hours you've dedicated to learning/practicing.
Member
Mar 6, 2015
214 posts
4 upvotes
How is the OP situation now? Did you graduate from one of his or her listed program and get a career?

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