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Intro: How many of you still don’t know exactly what you want to do with your life? If you’re like me, you may even question whether or not you’re in the right major. Even if this isn’t the case, you may take a few classes down the road and realize that you’d like to do something different. For that reason, I’d like to tell you about one major you can choose: Bioprocessing Science. A degree in Bioprocessing science prepares you for entry into many different industries, while at the same time providing the opportunity to make a beneficial impact on our world. Additionally, because bioprocessing science is a rapidly growing yet relatively new field, chances for employment immediately out of college are high. Body: I. What is Bioprocessing Science? Because this is the first semester that bioprocessing science has been offered as a major at NCSU, it is likely that you may not have ever heard of it, and if you have, you probably haven’t heard much. “Bioprocessing is a broad term encompassing the research, development, manufacturing, and commercialization of products prepared from or used by biological systems, including food, feed, fuels, biopharmaceuticals, and cosmetics.” –NCSU majors and careers website Even from this first quote, you can get an idea of the number of options that will be available with a degree in this major. Suzanne Stanard, employee of NCSU and writer for the Farm Press, says in her article on
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