At Theophane Venard School of Biotechnology, the undergraduate program is designed to serve the current hiring trend for S-curves industry, specifically in the field of Biotechnology and Food Technology. Students spend the first two and a half years of study developing the scientific and general background necessary for their experience in sciences. The foundation in basic sciences include chemistry, biology, physics, and fundamental knowledge in Food Technology such as nutrition, food microbiology, food chemistry, food analysis, food commodities, food processing, and food engineering. In their third year, as students realize what they want to pursue, there are 7 concentrations offered by the school to select on. Each concentration is provided under the collaboration between different Schools at Assumption University.