Graduates—where are they now?

Employment

Molecular Biosciences graduates have been employed throughout the Puget Sound region, including at organizations such as Blue Heron, University of Washington, Inventprise, Fred Hutch, and Seattle Genetics.

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Drs. Miller and Drak with the class of 2019 at graduation.

Graduate School

Upon graduating from the Molecular Biosciences BAS program, our students have the opportunity to apply to various programs at graduate schools. Bellevue College currently has an articulation agreement with Northeastern University in Seattle for their College of Science Master of Science in Biotechnology program. Under this agreement, Northeastern University will waive the following application requirements: the application fee, personal statement, and letters of recommendation.

We are currently working on additional articulation agreements with other institutions in the state.

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Professional School

Post-baccalaureate professional programs include medical school, dental school, pharmacy school, and law school. While students may have to complete additional courses to meet the professional schools’ admission requirements, the Molecular Biosciences BAS degree provides an excellent foundation for this path. One of our graduates is currently pursing studies at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy, and other students are planning to attend law school specializing in patent law.

Last Updated October 8, 2020