Design of Biomanufacturing Facilities, Critical Utilities, Processes, and Equipment
Students evaluate how the design of a biomanufacturing facility maintains appropriate levels of cleanliness and sterility and promotes the production of safe and effective products. Students analyze the design of the processes, equipment, and instrumentation used in biological production to generate critical utilities, aseptic systems, environmental control and monitoring, upstream production, and downstream (recovery and purification) production within a regulated environment. This course is open only to students enrolled in the biomanufacturing bachelor's degree program.
Course Number: 2923