Career Options

Our online Molecular Medicine Graduate Certificate can help prepare you to achieve your professional and academic goals. Use this respected credential as your path to:

    • Rewarding new careers
    • Advanced roles within your present career
    • Healthcare-profession school
    • Graduate degree programs
    • Professional certifications

Browse our diverse list of applicable professions below. Please note that additional education may be required following the completion of our online Graduate Certificate Program to attain some of these positions.

To learn what our Program alumni are doing with their credential, visit the student testimonials page.

Agricultural or Food Scientist

Food scientists explore methods to enhance the effectiveness and safety of agricultural operations and goods.

Biochemist or Biophysicist

Biochemists and biophysicists delve into the fundamental chemical and physical principles underlying living organisms and biological phenomena.

Bioengineer or Biomedical Engineer

Bioengineers and biomedical engineers merge engineering principles with scientific knowledge to conceptualize and develop equipment, devices, computer systems and software.

Biological Technician/Biotechnician

Biological technicians assist biological and medical scientists in conducting laboratory tests and experiments.

Biotechnologist/Biotech Researcher

Biotechnologists and biotech researchers engage in specialized biological research and explore and create products and technologies rooted in their investigations.

Clinical Laboratory Technologist or Technician

Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians conduct medical laboratory tests to aid in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases.

Clinical Research Coordinator

Clinical research coordinators evaluate newly developed drugs and medical procedures by overseeing human responses to medical interventions.

College Professor

College professors teach students a wide range of academic subjects in colleges and universities.


Dentists identify and address issues concerning patients’ teeth, gums and other oral structures through diagnosis and treatment.

EMT or Paramedic

Emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics evaluate injuries and illnesses, deliver emergency medical treatment and often transport patients to medical facilities.

Forensic Science Technician or Scientist

Forensic science technicians and scientists assist in criminal investigations by gathering and performing laboratory analyses on evidence.


Geneticists analyze human, animal and plant genes to observe their interactions, evolution and replication.

High School Science Teacher

High school science teachers impart the scientific knowledge and related skills necessary for students to pursue higher education and transition into the workforce.

Medical Assistant

Medical assistants handle both administrative and clinical responsibilities, including tasks like appointment scheduling and recording patients’ vital signs.

Medical Scientist

Medical scientists conduct research with the aim of enhancing overall human health.


Microbiologists research microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, algae, fungi and certain parasites.

Pharmaceutical Chemist

A pharmaceutical chemist is a scientist adept at utilizing the principles of chemistry to develop, investigate and enhance medications tailored for treating various illnesses, diseases and injuries.


Phlebotomists collect blood for testing, transfusions, research purposes or blood donations.


Physicians identify and manage injuries and illnesses while also focusing on health maintenance.

Want to see what you could earn and what the job outlook is in these and other professions? Select any job title below for details!