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The Molecular Biosciences (MBS) program at Bellevue College, including both an associate’s and a bachelor’s degree, prepares students for careers and/or further studies in science-related fields. Our curriculum is geared towards employment and students engage in hands-on research in our modern laboratories. Class sizes are small so each student gets individualized attention from the professors and advisors. At approximately half the cost of local university programs, these degrees are affordable pathways to careers in research and biotechnology, graduate degrees, and professional education programs. Check out the video below by Dr. Jacqueline Miller, MBS Faculty Member, then submit your name and email address to the right to Learn More about the Molecular Biosciences program.

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Learn more about the Molecular Biosciences Program, including the Bachelors of Applied Science degree and the Molecular Sciences Technician Associate of Applied Science degree.

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MBS Seminar: Wednesday, October 26, 2022

MBS Seminar. Wednesday, October 26th at 12:30 p.m. Dr. Tim Mackie, from the University of Washington, Dept. of Pathology, will join us on Zoom to present, "Our aging cells: new investigations into protein homeostasis in models of aging." Email jdrak@bellevuecollege.edu for the Zoom meeting link.

Dr. Tim Mackie, from the University of Washington, Dept. of Pathology, will join us on Zoom, Wednesday October 26th at 12:30 pm to talk about: "Our aging cells: new investigations into protein homeostasis in models of aging." Email jdrak@bellevuecollege.edu for the Zoom meeting link. All are welcome!


Last MBS seminar of Fall 2022

WHEN: Wednesday November 16th WHEN: Wednesday November 16th, at 12:30 pm on Zoom. The speaker is Dr. Ariel Topletz, currently a Principal Clinical Pharmacologist at Seagen Title of the seminar - Clinical Pharmacology: 'Fitting' Into the Drug Development Strategy.  Email jdrak@bellevuecollege.edu for the Zoom meeting link. All are welcome! About Dr. Topletz: Dr. Ariel Topletz-Erickson ...more about Last MBS seminar of Fall 2022