After You Graduate
Now home to two prominent biological sciences hubs, South Florida is rapidly evolving into a hot spot for life sciences research. That increased activity has brought with it a high demand for skilled workers with extensive, hands-on lab experience – a focus of Miami Dade College's biological sciences bachelor's degree program.
In this field, salaries and opportunities can vary greatly depending on specialization and education level, with many positions requiring a bachelor's degree. Our focus on applied skills – developed with the recommendations of leading biological sciences employers – is uniquely suited to equip you with the skills you'll need to succeed.
An entry level worker in this field can earn a salary of $33,900, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers. Those who go on to earn advanced degrees can earn as much as $139,440.