By Robin Miller
Solano Community College is apparently back in the running for a chance to create a Bachelor of Science degree program in biotechnology.
Earlier this year, SCC was one of 36 state community college campuses vying for 15 pilot programs which would allow the schools to create a program through which students could earn their bachelor’s degree. Currently, community colleges offer two-year programs that end with the student earning their associate of arts degree.
The California Community Colleges Board of Governors announced in March which schools had been selected, and SCC was not among the list.