Biotechnology studia stacjonarne I stopnia (inżynierskie)

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Biotechnology | BSc | 3,5 years | Full-time | English

The graduate has basic knowledge and engineering skills. He possess a general knowledge in the field of biotechnology, in particular on issues related to: biotechnology (including understanding of biochemical, molecular and cellular basis of organism functioning, the potential use of biological material in biotechnology - from single molecules through complexes and macromolecules to single-cell and multicellular organisms), general and inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry and organic chemistry, chemical analysis (including basic methods of instrumental analysis, apparatus and unit processes (operations) used in the biotechnology industry). He knows the basic methods, techniques, tools and materials used in simple engineering tasks solving in the field of biotechnology, in particular related to: information technologies, computational and simulation techniques, mastery of essential experimental techniques used in biological sciences, application of fundamental experimental and laboratory techniques used in molecular biology, computer programs that support modeling and designing biotechnological processes.

The graduate is prepared to take a professional job in those branches of the economy in which biotechnological processes are applied, i.e. in the agro-food industry, pharmaceutical industry, in environmental protection and in analytical, medical, research and control laboratories - in positions related to running and organization of production processes and quality control. The graduate is especially well prepared to work in units in which modern methods of isolation, purification and analysis of biotechnological products are applied, especially in the pharmaceutical industry. The graduate has a knowledge of a foreign language at the B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for languages of the Council of Europe. The graduate is aware of the necessity of continuous education and is prepared to undertake second-degree studies or appropriate post-graduate studies.