Bioengineering & Biotechnology
|Annual tuition (EEA)||3,727 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||3,727 EUR|
The aim of Biotechnology undergraduate programme is empower specialists to develop intellectual competencies in order to be capable to participate in research advancements, to take responsibilities in research and practice developments as well as to disseminate knowledge.
Bachelor's study program in Biotechnology is designed for those who want to connect their lives with biotechnology. The goal of the program is to train professionals who understand the fundamental biotechnology processes that take place at various levels of the biological systems organization, from molecules to multicellular organisms, cell function, and regulatory processes.
During studies, students acquire fundamental knowledge about natural phenomena and their quantification, materials and elements used in engineering and biotechnology, and their properties. Students learn to work with test and measurement equipment, apply modern research methods, evaluate and interpret information and data; acquires skills in the use of information technology.
Graduates of technological sciences are able to develop new products using economical biological materials and phenomena; is able to evaluate engineering solutions and biotechnology activities from ethical, social, economic and professional aspects; to define new and significant opportunities and problems of research and development in the field of study.
Upon completion of the first cycle study program in Biotechnology, a bachelor's degree in technology is obtained, which allows for further studies in the master's degree programs in applied biotechnology, biotechnology and pharmaceutical analysis, biology, bioengineering, molecular biology and biotechnology.
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