Molecular Biotechnology is a graduate (second-cycle) programme of studies. It is a full-time programme of studies which apart from offering obligatory courses asks students to follow their interests in choosing a variety of electives. The programme is composed of the courses on practical biochemistry, cell biology, plant biology, molecular biology, genetic engineering etc. A student writes his or her diploma dissertation based on results of an individual research project prepared through the course of laboratory practice.
A graduate of the Molecular Biotechnology programme has a good knowledge of the basis of sciences and in-depth knowledge regarding biological processes occurring on a molecular level, as well as specialised subjects covered by this curriculum. This knowledge enables describing, explaining and exploiting various biological processes. A graduate is prepared to work in the area of:
- directed genetic modification of microorganisms and cells of higher organisms
- directing of processes of biosynthesis and biotransformation
- analysis of intracellular processes
- isolation and purification of bioproducts
- medical diagnostic
The graduates are well prepared to work in research and development institutions, and – depending on a chosen specialisation – in laboratories focused on medicine, pharmacology, environmental protection and agriculture.
Detailed information on qualification rules for the 2020/2021 academic year will be provided later.
Detailed information on application and tuition fees for the 2020/2021 academic year will be provided later.
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