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MALaboratory Techniques in Biology

Tuition fee €1,600.00 per semester
Application fee €19.00 one-time

or 80 PLN

More information

rekrutacja.upwr.edu.pl/..er_programme.html 

Overview

Laboratory techniques in biology 2nd grade course provides a student with theoretical and practical knowledge in the area of microscopic techniques, techniques of phylogeny reconstruction, laboratory analysis, cell and tissue culture techniques, analytical techniques in hydrobiology and ecotrophology, primate genomics, methods of analysis and assessment of animal origin products. A course participant will be trained to handle professional laboratory apparatuses in order to develop his own professional skills independently. Knowledge gained during the studies will also include biology methodology and statistics as well as bioinformatics. The course is designed to master general and specific analysis, analytical chemistry while handling optical and electron microscope. The course programme covers the field of coloring and sustaining specimens and in vitro culturing techniques.

Programme structure

1 st year

Statistics methods in biology, bioethics, microscopic techniques, analytical chemistry, bioinformatics, biological molecules marking techniques, basics of laboratory analytical techniques, ecotoxicology, cell and tissue culture techniques, foreign language

2 nd year

Techniques of phylogeny reconstruction, elements of specific analysis, biotechniques in animal breeding, comparative genomics, analytical techniques in hydrobiology, analytical techniques in ecotrophology, foreign language.

Career opportunities

You will gain professional qualifications to work in the institution of higher and secondary education, research and diagnostic laboratories, government and non-government organizations concerning natural science. The graduate may continue the educational process and academic research on PhD programmes.

Graduates of the Laboratory techniques in Biology can work as a specialist in:

• laboratories of various profiles (diagnostic, industrial, environmental)
• food and feed industry
• scientific-research institutes
• educational institutions
• work safety organizations

Apply now! Fall semester 2017/18
Application deadline
Sep 22, 2017 23:59
UTC time
Studies commence
Oct 1, 2017

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States