Laboratory Science Technology

Amanda Kuck, MS, Coordinator
Phone: (419) 995-8879
Office: SCI 260P

This 65-credit hour concentration in the Associate of Science degree is designed to prepare students for employment as entry-level laboratory technicians.  The curriculum has a strong foundation in chemistry and biology and was developed primarily from an industry perspective to prepare students for employment in a broad range of fields, including chemical, biological, environmental, industrial, and food analysis.  The curriculum includes field experience to develop hands-on skills in a laboratory setting. The degree concentration not only prepares the student for immediate employment, but can also transfer smoothly to local universities to continue toward a bachelor’s degree.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion, the student will be able to:

  1. Develop a sound scientific knowledge foundation for work in the laboratory setting.
  2. Perform laboratory tests with accuracy and precision.
  3. Utilize safe laboratory practices.

Technical Standards
See here for details.

Tech Prep Partner
See here for details.