GRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESBIOTECHNOLOGY


Must Courses

 

BTEC 500 Master Thesis (NC)

Research program leading to M.S. degree. The student should have two advisors of two different contributing departments and should register this course every semester starting by their second semester.

 

BTEC 8XX  Special Studies (4-2)NC

M.S. students choose and study a topic under the guidance of a faculty member normally his/her advisor.

 

BTEC 9XX  Advanced Studies (4-0)NC

Graduate students as a group or a Ph.D. student choose and study advanced topics under the guidance of a faculty member normally his/her advisor.

 

BTEC 503 Fundamentals of Biotechnology (3-0)3

The principles in modern biotechnology; rDNA techniques, tissue culture, bioreactor design  and applications are  covered in the introductory level.

 

BTEC 590 Seminar in Biotechnology for M.Sc. Students I (0-2) NC

Presentations of topics of general program interest, current research activities and recent developments in the related fields by graduate students, staff members, and invited speakers.  M. Sc students must register for this course at 3 semesters during their M. Sc and Ph.D. on B.S. students must register for this course at least once during their Ph.D. on B.S. study.

 

BTEC 591 Seminar in Biotechnology for M.Sc. Students II (0-2) NC

Presentations of topics of general program interest, current research activities and recent developments in the related fields by graduate students, staff members, and invited speakers.  M.Sc. students and Ph.D. on B.S. students must register for this course at least once during their M.Sc. study and Ph.D. on B.S. study. Students prepare a seminar directly related to their ongoing thesis research as a part of the Biotechnology Graduate Program.

 

BTEC 600 Ph.D. Thesis (NC)

Research work towards the basics of one of the disciplines making up biotechnology. The student should  choose two advisors,  of two contributing departments and enroll the course for all semesters starting with his/her  third semester.

 

BTEC 690 Seminar in Biotechnology for Ph.D. Students I (0-2) NC

Presentations of topics of general program interest, current research activities and recent developments in the related fields by graduate students, staff members, and invited speakers.  Ph.D. students must register for this course at 4 semesters during their Ph.D. and Ph.D. on B.S. students must register for this course at 3 semesters during their Ph.D. on B.S. study.

 

BTEC 691 Seminar in Biotechnology for Ph.D. Students II (0-2) NC

Presentations of topics of general Program interest, current research activities and recent developments in the related fields by graduate students, staff members and invited speakers.  Ph.D. and Ph. D. on B.S. students must register for this course at least once during their Ph.D.  and Ph. D. on B.S. study. Ph.D.  and Ph. D. on B.S. students prepare a seminar directly related to their ongoing thesis research as part of the Biotechnology Graduate Program.