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Dyson College of Arts and Sciences - Year in Review 2011-2012

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Employment of biological scientists is projected to grow 21 percent over the 2008–2018 decade. —US Bureau of Labor Statistics Where can Pace's MS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology take you? ■ ■ Medical■Research■Laboratories: All research and teaching laboratories are required to employ a graduate laboratory supervisor to oversee the facility. ■ ■ Government■Agencies: The National Institutes of Health, US Food and Drug Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, US Department of Agriculture, and individual state laboratories employ skilled personnel for basic research and analysis of food, drugs, air, water, wastes, and animal tissue samples. ■ ■ Biotechnology: The field offers excellent career opportunities for people trained in the molecular life sciences, with opportunities across a spectrum of many industries: ■ ➤ Agricultural feedstock and chemicals ■ ➤ Drugs and pharmaceuticals ■ ➤ Medical devices and equipment ■ ➤ Research, testing, and medical laboratories ■ ■ Non-Traditional■Careers: Biochemists and molecular biologists enjoy fulfilling careers in management, science policy, science writing, and medical illustration. ■ ■ Education: Science teachers with molecular life science degrees are in high demand at junior high and high schools.

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