What is a Quality Assurance Scientist
Getting in and Qualifications
Quality Assurance Scientists often have a science degree in a related field. You can do an apprenticeship or develop lab skills with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry.
Practical work experience in a lab can improve your chances of finding a job in the industry. It is also common for Quality Assurance Scientists to gain higher qualifications such as a Masters or PH.D in chemistry.
You may also choose to undertake an apprenticeship in Scientific Technologies or Pharmacy Services. This means you gain work experience while also working towards a qualification.
Entry requirements for courses can change. Always contact the college, university or training provider to check exactly what you will need.