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Biotechnology – Advanced

Specialized training for careers in research laboratories of universities, hospitals and government institutes as well as in the research and development areas of the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.

Industry Specific Skills
  • Computer applications, statistics and bioinformatics
  • Molecular genetics, immunology, tissue culture, virology, biological and biochemical techniques, histology, cell biology, biochemistry
  • Animal handling

Program Description

Cosmetic Science

The program emphasizes formulation chemistry concepts and strategies from raw materials to finished products.

Industry Specific Skills
  • The product development process, global regulations/challenges, sales and marketing, biological systems and claims substantiation as well as sensory evaluation are key topics within the program.

Program Description

Chemical Engineering Technology

Specialized training for careers in analytical chemistry, quality control/quality assurance, manufacturing technology, chemical engineering and process control.

Industry Specific Skills
  • Extensive hands-on experience in advanced instrumentation and analytical chemistrys
  • Organic and industrial chemistry, polymer chemistry and technology, metallurgy, ceramics, composites, environmental analysis, health and chemistry

Program Description

Chemical Laboratory Technology — Pharmaceutical

Specialized training for careers in pharmaceutical analysis, tablet manufacturing, formulation of ointments and creams, pharmaceutical microbiology and toxicology.

Industry Specific Skills
  • Work in compliance with GMPs, GLPs, and United States Pharmacopeial requirements
  • Advanced chemical instrumentation including HeadSpace – GC, HPLC, GCMS, LCMS and tablet dissolution baths

Program Description

Clinical Research

Specialized training and insight into the most recent developments in the clinical research field.

Industry Specific Skills
  • Students learn current research design concepts, analysis and quality assurance of the day-to-day operations in clinical trials.

Program Description

Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs and Quality Operations

Specialized training for careers in the industrial regulatory and quality environments, especially involving drug or medical device submissions and quality assurance functions and roles.

Industry Specific Skills
  • Extensive hands-on experience in advanced instrumentation and analytical chemistrys
  • Organic and industrial chemistry, polymer chemistry and technology, metallurgy, ceramics, composites, environmental analysis, health and chemistry

Program Description

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    "The students we have employed have the necessary knowledge in the regulatory field to enable them to fit into many different roles at the Bureau. We have successfully employed many of our students into full-time positions after their graduation."

    Nancy Shadeed, Manager, Device Licencing Division
    Medical Devices Bureau, Health Canada