Students who earn an undergraduate molecular biosciences certificate will understand the foundations of three fields of study: genetics, microbiology, and biochemistry, and will know how to use these disciplines to make informed decisions about current societal issues.
Certificate recipients will be prepared to work in both science and non-science careers, qualified for employment opportunities with non-profit organizations and government agencies involved in science making decisions, and be top prospects for private sector businesses that require employees with interdisciplinary scientific training.
Program of Study
Note: MBioS 101, one of the core courses required for the certificate, has a weekend lab component that takes place in Pullman, Washington.
For complete information, including who should earn the certificate and how to apply to WSU, visit the School of Molecular Biosciences Undergraduate Certificate page.
If you have questions about the program, please contact Brooke Wolf, undergraduate academic coordinator in the School of Molecular Biosciences, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 509-335-1276.