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Bioprocessing (BBS)

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  • BBS - Bioprocessing Courses

    BBS 201 Introduction to Biopharmaceutical Science 3.

    Through this course, students will experience laboratory and manufacturing terminology relevant to the biomanufacturing industries. Students will also gain exposure to regulatory and compliance procedures and issues facing this industry. This coursewill provide an introduction to prepare students to meet the demands and expectations of this industry and the bioprocessing science program.

    BBS 301 Process Validation Science 3.
    Prerequisite: (FS 231 and BBS 201) or BBS 426..

    Process validation is a tested and documented subset of the panel of activities that are performed during the production of a biopharmaceutical. This course will introduce the concept of process validation as it applies to the biotechnology industry, and more specifically, to the manufacture of protein molecules as therapeutic agents.

    BBS 426 Upstream Biomanufacturing Laboratory 2.
    Prerequisite: (MB 351 and FS 231) CHE/BEC 463.

    This course is an introduction to current food manufacturing practice (CGMP) as applied to the growth of microbial cells in bioreactors. Hands-on experience is obtained in the operation and control of 30 liter bioreactors to study agitation, oxygen transfer, cleaning, sterilization, media preparation and the growth of recombinant E. coli for protein production. Credit will not be awarded in both BBS 426 and BBS/FS 526. This is an eight week course.

    BBS 526 Upstream Biomanufacturing Laboratory 2.
    Prerequisite: (MB 351 and FS 231) CHE/BEC 463.

    This course is an introduction to current food manufacturing practice (CGMP) as applied to the growth of microbial cells in bioreactors. Hands-on experience is obtained in the operation and control of 30 liter bioreactors to study agitation, oxygen transfer, cleaning, sterilization, media preparation and the growth of recombinant E. coli for protein production. Credit will not be awarded in both BBS 426 and BBS/FS 526. This is an eight week course.