Our established programme in Biotechnology, which has been extensively updated, includes a wide range of modern molecular biology techniques and how biotechnology can be used by today's society. You will complement your theoretical studies with hands on experience of fully controlled fermenters that are up to pilot-plant scale, and are linked to modern monitoring and control systems.
You will study a range of subjects in considerable depth, including bioactive compounds, industrial bioprocesses, microbial physiology and fermentation technology, microbial production of novel metabolites, monitoring and control of fermentation, topics in biotechnology, and types of bioreactors.
The following modules are indicative of what you will study on this course.
Core modules -APPLIED MOLECULAR BIOLOGY -FERMENTATION TECHNOLOGY -INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY -POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH METHODS -POSTGRADUATE PROJECT -SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND COMMERCIALISATION
Option modules -COMMUNICATING SCIENCE -EXTENDED POSTGRADUATE PROJECT -MOLECULAR BIOINFORMATICS -MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR THERAPEUTICS -REGENERATIVE MEDICINE -SYSTEMS BIOLOGY
The course is aimed at those aspiring to be researchers and managers in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries or other biosectors.
You must have a good (at least a lower second class) BSc Honours in Biological Sciences or a related discipline, a professional qualification of equivalent status and associated work experience or an equivalent qualification deemed suitable by the course team. If you are applying for part-time study, you will normally be working in a relevant area and will require written support from your employer including confirmation that facilities will be available in your workplace for you to carry out your research project.
12 July 2017
Recipient: University of Westminster
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