Biological and Biomedical Sciences Vocational Program

In United States, 14 colleges offer certificate or associate degree for Biological and Biomedical Sciences vocational program. The average annual salary after completing the program is $95,866.
Biological and Biomedical Sciences vocational programs.

Career Path and Average Salary by Occupation after Completing Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program

The following table lists the 32 possible occupations after earning a Biological and Biomedical Sciences certificate or degree. For the occupations, you may need an advanced degree such as bachelor's or master's.
The median annual wage over the occupations related to the Biological and Biomedical Sciences is $95,866 and hourly rate is $39.00. The median wage is based on the employment and wage data from Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
You can check more occupations related to the Biological and Biomedical Sciences program at its sub-program pages (see sub-program section).
Average Salary by Occupation after Completing Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program
Occupation/Job TitleHourly WageAnnul Wage
Water Resource Specialists$81.31$169,120
Natural Sciences Managers$81.31$169,120
Clinical Research Coordinators$81.31$169,120
Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary-$134,440
Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists$54.03$112,380
Statisticians$52.50$109,190
Biostatisticians$52.50$109,190
Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary-$102,270
Forestry and Conservation Science Teachers, Postsecondary-$102,230
Life Scientists, All Other$48.81$101,520
Biological Scientists, All Other$47.62$99,060
Bioinformatics Scientists$47.62$99,060
Molecular and Cellular Biologists$47.62$99,060
Geneticists$47.62$99,060
Biologists$47.62$99,060
Genetic Counselors$47.18$98,130
Epidemiologists$43.48$90,430
Soil and Plant Scientists$37.06$77,080
Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists$36.41$75,740
Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education-$73,800
Conservation Scientists$35.17$73,160
Range Managers$35.17$73,160
Park Naturalists$35.17$73,160
Forensic Science Technicians$34.40$71,540
Biological Technicians$27.18$56,540
Food Science Technicians$25.96$54,000
Agricultural Technicians$22.50$46,810
Precision Agriculture Technicians$22.50$46,810
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists--
Cytogenetic Technologists--
Cytotechnologists--
Histotechnologists--

What is Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program?

Biological and Biomedical Sciences is Instructional programs that focus on the biological sciences and the non-clinical biomedical sciences, and that prepare individuals for research and professional careers as biologists and biomedical scientists.

Schools Offering Biological and Biomedical Sciences Vocational Program

The following schools offer the vocational programs and courses of Biological and Biomedical Sciences. The list includes some 4-year colleges that have certificate or associate Biological and Biomedical Sciences program.
Enfield, CT

Public, 2-4 years, Offering 41 programs to 1,264 enrolled students and its average tuition & fees is $14,172
Bridgeport, CT

Public, 2-4 years, Offering 63 programs to 3,364 enrolled students and its average tuition & fees is $14,140
Manchester, CT

Public, 2-4 years, Offering 77 programs to 4,164 enrolled students and its average tuition & fees is $14,100
Waterbury, CT

Public, 2-4 years, Offering 80 programs to 4,554 enrolled students and its average tuition & fees is $14,140
Middletown, CT

Public, 2-4 years, Offering 62 programs to 1,880 enrolled students and its average tuition & fees is $14,100
Norwich, CT

Public, 2-4 years, Offering 55 programs to 2,937 enrolled students and its average tuition & fees is $14,220
Norwalk, CT

Public, 2-4 years, Offering 59 programs to 4,069 enrolled students and its average tuition & fees is $14,172
Winsted, CT

Public, 2-4 years, Offering 48 programs to 1,149 enrolled students and its average tuition & fees is $14,172
Danielson, CT

Public, 2-4 years, Offering 50 programs to 1,195 enrolled students and its average tuition & fees is $14,220
New Haven, CT

Public, 2-4 years, Offering 99 programs to 5,578 enrolled students and its average tuition & fees is $14,140