The Bachelor of Science in Genetics and Cell Biology at Washington State University is a comprehensive program that provides students with a strong foundation in the fields of genetics and cell biology. The program features a rigorous curriculum that covers topics such as molecular genetics, gene expression, genomics, and cell biology. Students will gain hands-on experience through laboratory work where they can apply their knowledge to solve real-world problems related to genetic engineering or drug discovery. Through the program's various course offerings, graduates will be able to develop an in-depth understanding of the principles underlying genetics and cell biology as well as their applications in biotechnology, medicine, and other related fields. With career prospects growing for professionals trained in these areas, this program provides students with excellent opportunities to become leaders in genetics and cell biology while making meaningful contributions towards advancing knowledge and improving human health outcomes worldwide.