Saturday, February 11, 2006

SCC To Offer First 2-Year Agricultural Biotech Course

The News Reporter

The state community college system has approved the curriculum for the nation’s first two-year degree program in agricultural biotechnology, a rapidly growing field that backers say has tremendous potential for bringing new products and technology to market.

Southeastern Community College will offer the 76-hour program in the fall and is working on hiring an instructor and laboratory manager. The college plans to market the agricultural biotechnology program here and in surrounding counties.

This is a great program for our area.

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