The Biotechnology program encompasses the broad field of chemical and gene biotechnology. Chemical biotechnology involves the use of the tools and techniques of chemistry to understand and manipulate biological processes. Gene biotechnology involves the use of DNA technology, bioinformatics and microbiological techniques to study biological phenomena. Graduates of these programs work in the areas of pharmaceuticals and related human health activities, food science and nutritional biochemistry, environment, energy, as well as in biotechnological-related issues in finance and policy.
- Chemical Biotechnology
- Gene Biotechnology
- January, May, September
- Thesis – 12 terms (4 years)
This program is funded for the defined length above as outlined on our financial page.
Applications are considered when received. Please contact the program directly for more details.