Bachelor's Degree in Biological & Life Sciences in Oceania

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Biological & Life Sciences

Oceania is a region consisting of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. This is a region full of fun throughout the year thanks to the many tourism attraction features such as the rugged coral reefs, beautiful beaches, dynamic cities and plenty of outdoor activities. This is where high quality of life meets with excellent higher education opportunities. English is the commonly used language in the Oceania region with many foreign students visiting the flourishing world of Australia and New Zealand. University life in the region is modern and affordable for international students. One can come and enroll for a degree program here without having to strain much about travel and passports. The locals are welcoming and even after graduation, there are many employment opportunities for the international students in Oceania.

Among the many degree choices in the Biological and Life Sciences spectra is human and veterinary medicine, pharmacy, psychology, food science, environmental science, dentistry and other biomedical courses. This is a course that will prepare you for a bright career as a health practitioner, public health professional, scientific researcher, genetic counselor, ecologist, health administration and biomedical research among others. You can enroll for a part-time or full-time bachelors degree program in Oceania. This will take you around 4 years to complete. There are admissions even online for the courses.

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Bachelor of Agriculture and Technology

Melbourne Polytechnic
Campus Full time Part time 3 years January 2016 Australia Melbourne + 1 more

Combine your interest in Agriculture and Technology and be at the forefront of the industry with Melbourne Polytechnic's Agriculture and Technology bachelor degree, offered in partnership with La Trobe University. [+]

Bachelors in Biological & Life Sciences in Oceania 2017. Combine your interest in Agriculture and Technology and be at the forefront of the industry with Melbourne Polytechnic's Agriculture and Technology bachelor degree, offered in partnership with La Trobe University. The Bachelor of Agriculture and Technology is a unique three-year degree with major studies in: Agribusiness Agronomy Aquaculture Viticulture and Winemaking Note – Local students Local or Domestic students should note that this degree is offered through Melbourne Polytechnic in partnership with La Trobe University. Graduates will have their degrees conferred by La Trobe University, and degree testamurs will feature the La Trobe seal and logo. Focusing on agriculture needs for your future Offering essential business and practical skills, this industry-focused degree combines the experience and expertise of specialists from La Trobe University’s Food, Agriculture and Bioscience Department and Melbourne Polytechnic’s Primary Industries Department. Learn to apply theory and practice within the agriculture industry and prepare for a career within areas as diverse as farming, agribusiness, aquaculture, agronomy, viticulture and winemaking. Modern facilities in a rural setting You will have access to some of Australia’s best industrial training facilities, including: commercial scale aquaculture centre with indoor recirculating systems agriculture broad-acre farm cell grazing systems and laboratories access to four vineyards at Yarra Glen, Eden Park, Ararat and Yan Yean access to two wineries – 250 tonne at Ararat and 100 tonne at Epping Entrance Requirements satisfactory completion of Year 12 (or equivalent), with a study score of at least 20 in English (any), OR satisfactory completion of a Diploma course in Agriculture (or equivalent), OR relevant industry experience defined as professional engagement in the Agriculture, Viticulture, Aquaculture or Agribusiness industry for a minimum of two years and demonstrated capacity to undertake work at degree level Note: Domestic/Local students may undertake the course on a part-time basis Assessment Methods Subjects are assessed in a variety of ways including exams, practical exercises, case studies, demonstrations and assignments Materials You will be required to purchase textbooks and notes. Book lists will be available at enrolment Pathways to further study Successful completion means you can go on to further post-graduate study in Agriculture - you could consider a Masters qualification in any of the majors Career Pathways Graduates can expect to gain employment in all aspects of the agriculture, viticulture and winemaking, agribusiness and aquaculture industries Units Of Study Credit points are a basic measure of student workload. All subjects are given a credit point value. Most subjects at Melbourne Polytechnic are 12 credit points. A normal full-time annual workload is 96 credit points. The academic year is divided into two main semesters; full-time students usually enrol in 48 credit points each semester, part time students usually enrol in 24 credit points each semester or less. [-]

Bachelor of Culinary Arts

Otago Polytechnic
Campus Full time 3 years February 2017 New Zealand Dunedin

Advance your study in the Culinary Arts and you'll be well equipped for an exciting career as a cutting edge [+]

Keen to make your mark on the culinary world? Creative, motivated and willing to try new things? Then this is the programme for you! Cookery graduates are in demand all over the globe in a diverse range of industries. Advance your study in the Culinary Arts and you'll be well equipped for an exciting career as a cutting edge chef, artisan food producer, food writer, teacher, entrepreneur or promoter. Opportunities may also arise for business management or self-employment. Embark on this world-leading qualification that takes New Zealand's food culture to new heights - the only one of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. This advanced, applied degree will provide you with knowledge, tools and techniques that will increase your employment potential within the professional Culinary Arts. Benefit from time spent in our training restaurant and flourish under the guidance of highly experienced tutors. Choose to focus on one of the five specialty areas: Restaurant/Hotel Chef, Artisan Producer, Management, Media and Technology or Tertiary Teacher. International fee: NZD 21,580 (first year) Entry Requirements International students will be individually assessed to ensure you meet degree-level entry requirements. If English is not your first language, you must also demonstrate English language skills equivalent to an IELTS overall band score (academic) of 6.0, with no less than 6.0 in writing and speaking, and no less than 5.5 in reading and listening. Portfolio requirements You must supply a portfolio as part of the application process. This portfolio should include: A CV detailing your qualifications/academic record, your interests and hobbies, the positions of responsibility you have held (both in and out of school) and details of your work experience (either paid or voluntary). A letter of application, of no more than 500 words, explaining why you have chosen to apply for the Bachelor of Culinary Arts, your expectations of the programme, your career goals in this field and the steps you have already taken to progress those career goals and improve your chances of being accepted into the programme. Please remember to include your academic records with your application (English translations required if not in English). For those attending secondary school or recent school leavers - NCEA results or equivalent. If still at secondary school, please also list what subjects you are studying this year and at what level. For other applicants - copies of relevant results and/or qualifications. Please provide certified copies of qualifications and transcripts - do not send original documents. If you have any questions regarding the submission of your portfolio, please contact the Food Design Institute. Additional documentation You must supply certified copies of proof of identity and proof of residency (where appropriate). Selection procedure Suitably qualified applicants will either be accepted into the programme or given provisional entry to year one of the programme. Eligible applicants will be selected using a range of identified criteria. Should the number of applicants who meet the selection process requirements exceed the available places, the professional judgement of staff will be used to determine those given immediate entry and those placed on a waiting list. Successful applicants are sent detailed information on enrolment procedures, loans, starting dates for the following year and any information that might be required to facilitate a smooth introduction to the programme. Applicants who do not meet the acceptance criteria will be directed to a path of study to prepare them for application the following year. Additional costs During your induction day, you have the opportunity to purchase your full uniform from Otago Polytechnic's preferred supplier. You should expect to spend approximately $1,000 on programme-specific equipment. This will be covered by the 'Course-Related Costs' section of your student loan (if eligible). Further study options This degree will provide a springboard into further advanced study in the Culinary Arts. Programme specific risks There are a number of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) issues associated with practical work in areas specific to a commercial hospitality environment. These include, but are not limited to, burns from hot liquids or hot objects and cuts from sharp instruments. You will have access to an orientation booklet which covers the programme specific risks in more detail. Your workload Course work for this programme will require approximately 20 hours of directed study in the form of classroom sessions and workshops per week. It is expected that you will spend approximately 20 hours of your own time in self-directed study in order to successfully complete the programme. Apply by 31 October FAQ/Answers What is the minimum/maximum age to apply? There is no maximum age to apply, provided that you are a genuine student. Usually, students beginning their programmes are at least 18 years of age. How long will my study take? Undergraduate degrees are three years, diplomas are usually two years and certificates are one year. Graduate and postgraduate qualifications can take one to two years to complete. What about international recognition? All of our qualifications are recognised internationally. You are able to take your Otago Polytechnic undergraduate degree and apply to other national and international tertiary institutions for graduate and postgraduate study. How much can I earn as a student? Those students who are eligible to work while studying may get causal jobs in areas like hospitality or other service industries. Your hourly wage is likely to be between NZD$13-15. What do I need for my student visa? Your Otago Polytechnic Offer of Place letter. This letter means you have been accepted to study. It also states your course fee, which you must pay first to your nearest New Zealand embassy, consulate or immigration office. You will then receive a receipt of payment from us. You must submit these two documents (your Offer of Place and your receipt of fees), along with evidence that you have sufficient funds for living expenses, and a return international air ticket or evidence of sufficient funds to buy one, to your nearest New Zealand embassy, consulate or immigration office. For programmes longer than 24 months, you will also need to provide very recent medical and x-ray certificates. If you are over 17 years of age, you will need a police certificate to show that you are of good character. See the New Zealand Immigration website for more details. Streamlined visa applications now open! If you are an international student who will apply for your student visa from outside of New Zealand, you might be eligible for the streamlined visa process offered by Immigration New Zealand (INZ). This allows your visa application to be processed faster by INZ because Otago Polytechnic nominates you as a suitable candidate (INZ will decide the outcome and the processing time). Once you have received your Offer of Place from Otago Polytechnic, you may apply for a streamlined visa nomination letter from us. For more information and to submit an application, click here. What happens when I finish my degree? Students who have completed their degree in the normal time and have a job offer related to their studies can apply for a work visa for another two years. This entitles you to work in the job you have been offered, and may help you qualify for residence. What about applying for New Zealand residency? If you meet the requirements of the current immigration policy in New Zealand, it is possible for you to apply for residence at any time. Immigration policy encourages students who have completed their degree in New Zealand to apply for permanent residence. Is there an application fee? No. How long does it take to apply? We suggest you apply at least three to four months before your programme starts so that you are organised to arrive on time. What do I need to include in my application? Your English language test results: IELTS, TOEFL or TOIEC. We also require certified copies of any academic results you have from your overseas high school or university. We may also require your curriculum vitae or a portfolio, depending on your programme entry requirements. [-]

Bachelor Programme in Aquaculture

Universitas Airlangga
Campus Full time 4 years July 2017 Indonesia Surabaya

The Bachelor Programme in Aquaculture is objected to prepare competitive graduates having good skills in analysing and solving the problems in aquaculture particularly fish diseases and aquatic ecosystem problems, applying advanced aquatic technology in sustainable way and providing advisory, regulatory and scientific guidance for the development of fisheries and aquaculture in Indonesia. [+]

Bachelors in Biological & Life Sciences in Oceania 2017. Objective : The Bachelor Programme in Aquaculture is objected to prepare competitive graduates having good skills in analysing and solving the problems in aquaculture particularly fish diseases and aquatic ecosystem problems, applying advanced aquatic technology in sustainable way and providing advisory, regulatory and scientific guidance for the development of fisheries and aquaculture in Indonesia. Course Description : The course taken in this faculty comprised of class-lecture activity, laboratory practice and fieldwork. In order to obtain a bachelor degree, student must complete 146 credits within 4 years of bachelor study. Currently, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine conducts studies on Fish Disease, Sustainable Aquaculture, Seaweed Cultivation And Processing, Marine Biotechnology. Outcome : This faculty produces graduates who have great readiness in playing active role either in government or non government organization. For instance, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine’s graduates are spread all across Indonesia in private fishery company, research centre on fisheries and marine, and natural resources conservation agency Alumnus’s testimonials “I am proud to be a part of Universitas Airlangga, moreover, Fisheries and Marine Faculty. As a living witness to the development of the young faculty in UNAIR, there were a lot of achievements have been done. Fisheries and marine sector is still a bit considered by young generation, whereas this sector will be the spearhead of the world progress, particularly Indonesia. Admittedly there are still many things that must be improved by this young faculty, but I have strong confidence that when we get into the 'developing' environment we actually will get a lot of opportunities to participate in the process, and grow up together with that environment. Lastly, this is not a campaign but my honestly witness that Faculty of Fisheries Universitas Airlangga will give you a lot of chances in every way for your self-growth.” Ayulana Nafisyah (Alumnus 2010 -2014), Graduate Student, Graduate School of Biosphere Science, Hiroshima University, Japan Current Foreign Student’s Testimonials Olive-Madagaskar (Bachelor Programme in Aquaculture) Why did you choose to study abroad ? The main reason that pushed me to follow my study abroad is to get more experiences than in my home country. Secondly, for my future career or business project in the future. Why did you choose Indonesia as your study destination? Historically, our ancestor was from Indonesian sailor so I was curious to know more about Indonesian culture and language. Also, Indonesia is the best place I think, because of the geographical condition are closely the same with Madagascar. Therefore I could apply some technics used here to develop fisheries sector there. Why did you choose FFM Universitas Airlangga? First, UNAIR is one of the best University in Indonesia. Second, I specially FFM because fisheries and marine are rarely exploited sector or if it’ s very rudimentary. What is the personal outcomes as an International student ? I’ve experienced many things, that help me to expand the vision of my future career even if I’m halfway of my study How is your study going? It’s doing well. I’m practically half way. What is the main differences between Indonesia and your country in regards being a student? Indonesian and Malagasy students are not very different, but the education system is the one that makes the difference. In Indonesia students are stimulated to campus activities whereas Malagasy students rarely have activities other studying. Plese tell students in your country before moving to Indonesia ! In case if one of my friend s or siblings or acquitance got the chance to study in Indonesia I will surely recommend them to study here. What is your future planning? I am planning to go back to my home country as I wanna be a part of my country’s development. I am confident that I will be a considered scholar after graduated from FFM UA Partner Universities Southeast Asia Region (assisted by ASEAN-Fisheries Education Network) Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia Nong Lam University, Vietnam Chan To University, Vietnam Prince of Songkla University, Thailand Kasetsart University, Thailand Rajamangala University, Thailand Outside Southeast Asia Pukyong National University, South Korea Hiroshima University, Japan Nagasaki University, Japan National Chengkung University, Taiwan Miami Dade College, USA [-]

Bachelor in Agribusiness

Brawijaya University
Campus Full time July 2017 Indonesia Malang

University of Brawijaya (UB) is located in the city of Malang, East Java province, Indonesia. UB was officially declared by the President of the Republic of Indonesia January 5th 1963. There are 11 faculties and 1 program held in UB. [+]

University of Brawijaya (UB) is located in the city of Malang, East Java province, Indonesia. UB was officially declared by the President of the Republic of Indonesia January 5th 1963. There are 11 faculties and 1 program held in UB. Vision: To be an outstanding university and play an active role as an agent of change to the society through education, research and community services complies with the national and international standard. Mission: To conduct professional teaching-learning process. To promote awareness to the existence of God's creations and appreciation of human and other creatures rights. To conduct academic process that educates the students to be highly competent graduates and qualified professionals. To innovate, develop, and disseminate sciences and technologies, to empower community welfare and enhance the national culture. Eligibility for Admission: You will be regarded as an international applicant if you do not hold Indonesian citizenship. To be able to get admission, candidates must demonstrate good academic competence which is proven with high academic merit. International applicants should apply directly to Universitas of Brawijaya by submitting a set of necessary documents (see the flow chart of admission procedure). International applicants are generally not required to sit for the entry test for admission unless a special condition occur. The eligibility for admission is based on a desk evaluation carried out by the UB’s admission test committee on your academic achievement. International applicants must meet the academic, language requirements and commit to comply with particular regulations of Indonesian government related to education policy in order to apply for a degree at University of Brawijaya. [-]

Bachelor in Agro Technology

Brawijaya University
Campus Full time July 2017 Indonesia Malang

University of Brawijaya (UB) is located in the city of Malang, East Java province, Indonesia. UB was officially declared by the President of the Republic of Indonesia January 5th 1963. There are 11 faculties and 1 program held in UB. [+]

Bachelors in Biological & Life Sciences in Oceania 2017. University of Brawijaya (UB) is located in the city of Malang, East Java province, Indonesia. UB was officially declared by the President of the Republic of Indonesia January 5th 1963. There are 11 faculties and 1 program held in UB. Vision: To be an outstanding university and play an active role as an agent of change to the society through education, research and community services complies with the national and international standard. Mission: To conduct professional teaching-learning process. To promote awareness to the existence of God's creations and appreciation of human and other creatures rights. To conduct academic process that educates the students to be highly competent graduates and qualified professionals. To innovate, develop, and disseminate sciences and technologies, to empower community welfare and enhance the national culture. Eligibility for Admission: You will be regarded as an international applicant if you do not hold Indonesian citizenship. To be able to get admission, candidates must demonstrate good academic competence which is proven with high academic merit. International applicants should apply directly to Universitas of Brawijaya by submitting a set of necessary documents (see the flow chart of admission procedure). International applicants are generally not required to sit for the entry test for admission unless a special condition occur. The eligibility for admission is based on a desk evaluation carried out by the UB’s admission test committee on your academic achievement. International applicants must meet the academic, language requirements and commit to comply with particular regulations of Indonesian government related to education policy in order to apply for a degree at University of Brawijaya. [-]

Bachelor in Animal Husbandry

Brawijaya University
Campus Full time July 2017 Indonesia Malang

University of Brawijaya (UB) is located in the city of Malang, East Java province, Indonesia. UB was officially declared by the President of the Republic of Indonesia January 5th 1963. There are 11 faculties and 1 program held in UB. [+]

University of Brawijaya (UB) is located in the city of Malang, East Java province, Indonesia. UB was officially declared by the President of the Republic of Indonesia January 5th 1963. There are 11 faculties and 1 program held in UB. Vision: To be an outstanding university and play an active role as an agent of change to the society through education, research and community services complies with the national and international standard. Mission: To conduct professional teaching-learning process. To promote awareness to the existence of God's creations and appreciation of human and other creatures rights. To conduct academic process that educates the students to be highly competent graduates and qualified professionals. To innovate, develop, and disseminate sciences and technologies, to empower community welfare and enhance the national culture. Eligibility for Admission: You will be regarded as an international applicant if you do not hold Indonesian citizenship. To be able to get admission, candidates must demonstrate good academic competence which is proven with high academic merit. International applicants should apply directly to Universitas of Brawijaya by submitting a set of necessary documents (see the flow chart of admission procedure). International applicants are generally not required to sit for the entry test for admission unless a special condition occur. The eligibility for admission is based on a desk evaluation carried out by the UB’s admission test committee on your academic achievement. International applicants must meet the academic, language requirements and commit to comply with particular regulations of Indonesian government related to education policy in order to apply for a degree at University of Brawijaya. [-]

Bachelor of Food Technology

Swiss German University
Campus Full time 4 years July 2017 Indonesia Tangerang

Swiss German University’s Food Technology Department offers opportunity to join a fast growing food industry. A unique combination of theoretical knowledge and hands-on experiences gained during two internships, [+]

Bachelors in Biological & Life Sciences in Oceania 2017. About Study Program Swiss German University’s Food Technology Department offers opportunity to join a fast growing food industry. A unique combination of theoretical knowledge and hands-on experiences gained during two internships, in Indonesia and Germany, provide our graduates with appropriate skills in science and technology, together with creative and innovative flair. What You Study You will learn about every aspect of the food processing industry, from the knowledge about food material characteristics to food packaging and storage technology. New food product development is also highlighted during the study, as well as food safety and quality, and the economic overview of the food business. Curriculum Semester 1 English 1 Calculus & Linear Algebra 1 Physics 1 Physics 1 Laboratory General Biology General Biology Laboratory Chemistry 1 Chemistry 1 Laboratory Introduction to Programming (IT) General Management Extracurricular Courses German Language and Culture 1 Mandarin Language and Culture 1 Semester 2 English 2 Calculus & Linear Algebra 2 Physics 2 Physics 2 Laboratory General Microbiology Chemistry 2 Chemistry 2 Laboratory General Statistics Ethics and Religious Philosophy Introduction to Food Industry Extracurricular Courses German Language and Culture 2 Mandarin Language and Culture 2 Semester 3 Internship 1 (Indonesia) Food Preservation Food Chemistry Food Chemistry Laboratory Good Practices in Food Industry Food Material Characteristics Food Regulation Semester 4 English 3 Food Biochemistry Food Biochemistry Laboratory Unit Process Food Nutrition Food Microbiology Food Microbiology Laboratory Engineering Economics Thermodynamics & Kinetics Pancasila and Civic Extracurricular Courses German Language and Culture 3 Mandarin Language and Culture 3 Semester 5 English 4 Food Processing Technology Food Processing Technology Laboratory Food Packaging and Storage Technology Food Analytical Instrumentation Sensory Evaluation Sensory Evaluation Laboratory Indonesian Language Elective subject 1 Elective subject 2 Extracurricular Courses German Language and Culture 4 Mandarin Language and Culture 4 Semester 6 Internship 2 (abroad) Semester 7 English 5 Food Engineering Food Engineering Laboratory Quality & Process Control Food Product Development Research Methodoloy Experimental Design & Data Analysis Elective subject 3 Elective subject 4 Elective subject 5 Semester 8 Oral Final Study Examination (OFSE) Thesis Enterpreneurship Seminar Why in SGU Graduates of the Food Technology Department are known for their “ready to work” capability, and thus are highly sought after by food and food-related industries in Indonesia. Beside their technical skills, graduates are also experienced in team work and other soft skills obtained through numerous projects. Career Prospect SGU’s Food Technology Department graduates have plentiful career opportunities in every sector of more than 300 food and food-related businesses, including (but not limited to) food product companies, ingredient industries, and food-related machinery and equipment supplier corporations. Additionally, they have prospect as consultants, researchers, analysts and enterpreneurs. Testimony Patricia Bianca, ST, B.Eng In the 6th semester, SGU gave me a great opportunity to do an internship in Dailycer Deutschland GmbH, one of the biggest cereal companies in Europe which based in Hamburg, Germany. The 7 months experience working in the company built my mental and character and honed my skills in the food industry. It will be a real bonus for my future. SGU is not just a university but a ticket for a better future. [-]

Bachelor in Food Technology

Indonesia International Instutite for Life Sciences (i3L)
Campus Full time 3.5 - 4 years July 2017 Indonesia Jakarta

Food Technology is a branch of food science which deals with the actual production processes to make foods. To fulfill and maintain its nutritional quality, food must be both safely produced and safely delivered to consumer. This requires processing technologies to convert raw materials into foods as well as preservation technologies to increase shelf life of foods... [+]

Bachelor in Food Technology Food Technology is a branch of food science which deals with the actual production processes to make foods. To fulfill and maintain its nutritional quality, food must be both safely produced and safely delivered to consumer. This requires processing technologies to convert raw materials into foods as well as preservation technologies to increase shelf life of foods. The food industry is very competitive and is constantly changing to meet consumer demands and use technological innovations. Modern advanced technologies allow the production of wholesome and safe foods, which is able to meet the demands of today’s fast-paced consumer driven economy. Many of these technologies are now being adapted to Indonesia’s rapidly growing food industry, and there is still a need for new solutions to strengthen the competitiveness of Indonesia’s food and beverage industry, which promises an exciting future for students in the food technology area. Industry and governments need highly qualified professionals who can combine knowledge of food science and technology with an ability to apply and maintain advanced quality systems meeting international expectations. Unique Value Points Program Study of Food Technology at I3L has an excellent curriculum program which is specifically developed to prepare graduates ready to work in food industry or government. The curriculum is developed in collaboration with the department of Food Science and Technology at SLU, Sweden. Food Technology at I3L is being planned to have a food innovation and research facilities which is equipped with an advance food processing units and instruments where students will gain practical training through hands-on experiences workshops and research projects. Program Study of Food Technology at I3L will have collaboration with several Food Technology Department at other international universities and institutions in terms of student exchange, internships, workshops, and academic activities. Faculties of Food Technology program not only provide lectures but also will have research project activities focused on dairy processing and products, snacks and bakery technology, fruits, vegetable, & beverages products, cereal & legume processing, applications of functional and healthy ingredients, smart packaging, and process automation & robotics. The learning process at i3L is an intertwined of academic excellence, industrial experiences and governmental endorsement which we called as a triple helix education. With English as the language, the graduates will be positioned higher compare to graduates from other institutions in Indonesia and they will be more ready when they want to pursue education further. Program Learning Outcomes Food Technology program is designed to achieve specific learning outcomes provides the strongest foundation for professional development, producing competitive graduates for industry and public sector employment and admission to top international advancement programs. Graduates of i3L Food Technology program will have: 1. Describe the source and variability of raw food materials and their impact on food processing operations. 2. Explain the chemistry underlying the properties of various food components, to discuss the major chemical reactions that occur during food processing and storage, and to select the most appropriate laboratory techniques and practical solution to solve specific problems in foods 3. Discuss the important pathogens and spoilage microorganisms in foods, the most likely sources of these organisms, and the conditions under which they grow, thus be able to explain the effects of common food processing systems and food storage conditions on survival and growth of microbial contaminants 4. Comprehend the basic principles of food preservation methods, including high and low temperature, drying and water activity control, high pressure, extrusion, fermentation, and aseptic processing, thus be able to identify and describe the appropriate unit operations required to produce different types of food products 5. Explain traditional and new types of packaging materials/machines, closures, storage and delivery systems 6. Explain functions of spesific nutrients and ingredients in maintaining health and identify what foods are good sources for what nutrients and functional ingredients 7. Discuss the response of microorganisms to environmental stress factors, and the principles of sanitation practices to control microorganisms, and understand the role of beneficial microorganisms in foods and their use in fermentation processes. 8. Explain spoilage and deterioration mechanisms in foods, and to correctly use appropriate laboratory techniques to enumerate, isolate, and identify microorganisms in foods. 9. Conduct appropriate sensory evaluation tests to answer specific questions regarding food attributes or consumer preferences. Have a basic knowledge to interpret statistical data as used in food technology applications and to use appropriate computer software to perform required tasks or solve problems in food science. 10. Summarize and to critically discuss current topics of importance in food technology, which include applying principles from the various facets of food technology and related disciplines to develop new innovative food products and to solve practical, real-world problems. Career Prospect Food technologists have important role in food manufacturing companies including quality control, and food research and development. Industry and governments need highly qualified professionals who can combine knowledge of food science and technology with an ability to apply and maintain advanced quality systems meeting international expectations. Food Technology program of i3L is designed to achieve specific learning outcomes that provide the strongest foundation for professional development, producing competitive graduates for industry and public sector employment and admission to top international advancement programs. The unique experience from actively working in globally connected state-of-the-art projects together with international scientists, experts, industry leaders and entrepreneurs provides a real strength for the future career of graduates both seeking employment or taking on entrepreneurial ventures. The career opportunities expand as the students also acquires the skills and the comfort to master speech, debate, informatics and bio-entrepreneurship which will help the i3L students to become the future leaders. Graduates of our program in Food Technology will be prepared to assume responsible managerial positions in research and development, food safety, quality assurance, and quality control in the food industry. Other career options include positions in public or private health organizations in policy-making, and regulatory compliance affairs, or in research positions. The program also prepares the graduates for further graduate studies or a career as an international entrepreneur. Courses 1st Year Fundamentals of Life Sciences Molecular & Celular Biology General & Organic Chemistry Biostatistics Academic Writing Principles of Food Science and Technology ICT in Life Science General Microbiology Basics of Bioinformatics Principles of Biotechnology & Bioentrepreneurship Scientific Writing & Presentation Skills Biochemistry Principles of Biomedicine Genes & Development 2nd Year Properties of Food and Processing I Food chemistry I Process control and automation I Analytical Method in Food I Food Microbiology Properties of Food and Processing II Process control and automation II Food chemistry II Technology of fruits and vegetables Analytical Method in Food II Technology of muscle-based foods 3rd Year Cereal technology Milk and dairy technology Food Safety and Toxicology Sensory Evaluation Food Additives Elective Courses 1 Food Packaging Quality management and food legislation Food Enzymology Ethics, Civics and Social Responsibility Beverage Technology Philosophy of Science Experimental Design Elective Courses 2 4th Year Indonesia: Culture, Language, and Future Internship* Fermentation-based Food Technology Business Simulation Product development and marketing Elective Courses 3 Thesis Elective Courses Food Frying & Extrusion Technology Healthy Food Technology Food Biotechnology Confectionary, Chocolate, & Cream Technology Ice Cream Technology Advanced Food Processing Advanced Dairy Technology Food Rheology & Texture [-]

Bachelor in Food Science

Indonesia International Instutite for Life Sciences (i3L)
Campus Full time 3.5 - 4 years July 2017 Indonesia Jakarta

The food policy of the Indonesian government is directed to achieve food sovereignty and focus on – among others – increasing food availability, quality food distribution, improving food accessibility, and improving food consumption quality and nutrition. Food has to be available in adequate amount, safe, nutritious, in good quality and affordable by the community to meet the nutritional requirements for healthy and prosperous life. At the... [+]

Bachelors in Biological & Life Sciences in Oceania 2017. Bachelor in Food Science The food policy of the Indonesian government is directed to achieve food sovereignty and focus on – among others – increasing food availability, quality food distribution, improving food accessibility, and improving food consumption quality and nutrition. Food has to be available in adequate amount, safe, nutritious, in good quality and affordable by the community to meet the nutritional requirements for healthy and prosperous life. At the global level, the need for adequate, quality, safe, nutritious and healthy foods is also increasing. There is a huge demand for foods to support the life style of society in develop and developing countries. Food industries in Indonesia and in the world are growing fast to meet such demands. In line with that, policy makers and regulatory bodies in food have to be updated with the development to ensure the health of the public. Hence, it is highly required personnel with the competency in food science who are able to produce foods, to measure chemical, physical and microbiological properties of foods, to ensure food safety, and to have innovation in food science through multidisciplinary approaches. Globally, the development of Food Science has been incredibly advanced, as shown by numerous researches done to investigate the benefits of foods for health and the increased quality of food, ranging from harvest, processing, packaging, and storage up to consumption by the consumers. The contribution of Food Science could also be seen from the foods that everybody now can enjoy foods which are safe, delicious, nutritious, in adequate quantity and variety, convenient, and affordable. Food Science program at undergraduate (or bachelor) level in i3L is designed to fulfill the needs for personnel and practitioners in food sectors, such as food industry, food policy and regulatory bodies, consumers association, and research and educational centers. The Food Science program links the theoretical studies and practical works for its application in modern food science field. Unique Value Points Food Science applies biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering to study food characteristics, the underlying principles of food deterioration, and the principles for food processing. In line with science and technology development, Food Science also applies other branch of sciences, such as nutrition, biotechnology, genetics, computer, and materials to study food production aspects, such as acceptability of consumers to certain food products, nutritional quality of foods, and food safety. The program in Food Science is designed to provide a conductive learning environment and learning process to combine academic excellence, industrial and business practices, and government support as known by triple helix in education. The Food Science program will focus on exploring and harnessing the Indonesian biodiversity in the area of food. The learning activities in Food Science program is arranged in such a way to hone the participants’ leadership and communication skills and practices so the graduates will be ready to enter global job market or to pursue their education further. Program Learning Outcomes Graduates of i3L Food Science program will demonstrate expertise, skills, and attitude in the following competencies: 1. Comprehend the chemical and physical properties, functions, regulation and metabolism of the major and minor food components and their changes during processing and storage. 2. Able to identify and utilize beneficial microorganisms in the food industry and identify important spoilage and pathogenic microorganisms as well as knowing how to prevent and handle them using systematic approaches. 3. Able to evaluate the impacts of foods, nutrients, and diets on human health. 4. Capable to describe the essential principles of sustainable food value chains and its ecological, social and economic integrity. 5. Able to identify and formulate problems independently in the field of food and propose appropriate solutions 6. Being able to explain the basic principles of analytical methods , as well as the possibilities and applications in food science 7. Apply the principles and methods of sensory evaluation techniques in the evaluation of quality and acceptance of foods and food products 8. Capable to design, conduct and analyze an experimental work and to plan, manage and effectively use resources of small projects based on the recent development in the field of food science. Career Prospect Many unique and challenging career opportunities await graduates with a degree in Food Science in large commercial food industries, small private food companies, food service establishments, government agencies, and universities. The unique experience from actively working in globally connected state-of-the-art projects together with international scientists, experts, industry leaders and entrepreneurs provides a real strength for the future career of graduates for either seeking employment or taking on entrepreneurial ventures. The career opportunities expand as the students also acquires the skills and the comfort to master speech, debate, informatics and bio-entrepreneurship which will help the i3L students to become the future leaders. The program will prepare students for careers in the food industry or research institutions in food science and/or related disciplines, as food chemist/microbiologist/toxicologist, nutritional consultant, food ingredient technical specialist, quality assurance director, food plant production manager, research and development scientist at university, research agency or food industry, education instructor/teacher in food science or as an international entrepreneur in the food industry. Courses 1st Year Fundamentals of Life Sciences Molecular & Celular Biology General & Organic Chemistry Biostatistics Academic Writing Principles of Food Science and Technology ICT in Life Science General Microbiology Basics of Bioinformatics Principles of Biotechnology & Bioentrepreneurship Scientific Writing & Presentation Skills Biochemistry Principles of Biomedicine Genes & Development 2nd Year Animal Physiology Plant Physiology Food Chemistry I Food Microbiology Analytical Method in Food I Food Chemistry II Human Nutrition Plant Food Science Animal Food Science Analytical Method in Food II 3rd Year Agricultural economics Food Safety and Toxicology Food in society Food additives Functional foods and nutraceuticals Sensory evaluation Elective course 1 Ethics, Civics and Social Responsibility Quality Management and Food Legislation Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics Food Enzymology Philosophy of Science Experimental Design Elective Course 2 4th Year Internship Indonesia: Culture, Language, and Future Therapeutic Food Science Business Simulation Elective Course 3 Thesis Elective Courses Milk and Dairy Technology Product Development and Marketing Process from Research to Commercializing Technology Beverage Technology Technology of fruits and vegetables Epigenetics Fermentation-Based Technology Customer relationship management Management of business relationship Flavor Chemistry and Technology [-]

Bachelor in Biotechnology

Indonesia International Instutite for Life Sciences (i3L)
Campus Full time 3.5 - 4 years July 2017 Indonesia Jakarta

Biotechnology is a discipline that sits at the intersection of biology and technology. It has emerged as a major contributor to the advancement of life sciences, such as increased agricultural productivity, breakthroughs in human health care, and new solutions to environmental problems. Biotechnology of today embraces knowledge areas, such as process design, engineering, modeling and control, recombinant DNA technology, cellular biology, microbiology and biochemistry... [+]

Bachelor in Biotechnology Biotechnology is a discipline that sits at the intersection of biology and technology. It has emerged as a major contributor to the advancement of life sciences, such as increased agricultural productivity, breakthroughs in human health care, and new solutions to environmental problems. Biotechnology of today embraces knowledge areas, such as process design, engineering, modeling and control, recombinant DNA technology, cellular biology, microbiology and biochemistry. The biotechnology program at the Indonesia International Institute for Life Science (i3L) focuses on the interface between chemistry, biology, medicine, and engineering, in-depth assessments of the real-world applications of biotechnology, and legal and business aspects related to the global development of bio-based businesses. Our unique approach is designed to give students a solid foundation in biosciences, hands-on biotechnology skills, a thorough understanding of the scope and impact of biotechnology, and a global perspective on the development of the biotechnology industry. Unique Value Points Strong curriculum developed with help of internationally established institutions Offer students a multidisciplinary education in biotechnology which allows the students to meet their individual career goals in various sectors Integration of the triple helix model combining academia, industry and government. Combining theory and hands-on experience, which is unique compared to other existing institutions in Indonesia ,and would give the graduate an edge in the future job market Faculty with both local and International background trained in reputable institutions in the world English as the main language would strengthen graduates chance and make them more prepared to either compete in international job market or wanting to pursue further education Program Learning Outcomes 1. Explain basic principles of Molecular Cellular Biology, Chemistry & Microbiology, Genetics and Physiology that are relevant to Biotechnology and Bioprocess 2. Describe the principles and application of Biotechnology and their impact on the modern society in various Biotechnology sectors 3. Able to explain principles of analytical methods used in Biotechnology to solve problems as well as apply these methods to produce new products 4. Demonstrate understanding of the different aspects of commercialization process of introducing a new innovative Biotechnological product to the market 5. An ability to apply knowledge of computing, biology, appropriate to the discipline to stimulate bioprocesses and solving problems in the biotechnology and the life sciences industry 6. Demonstrate oral and written skills to communicate scientific knowledge both technical and non-technical audience in formal and informal settings 7. Able to search, collect, evaluate and critically interpret and discuss the information from technical, economic and social perpective in issues relevant to the area of Biotechnology Career Prospect i3L graduates will be prepared for "entry level" positions within in a number of market sectors, including pharmaceuticals, clinical diagnostics, environmental protection, food and agriculture, medical therapeutics, scientific services and scientific equipment and supplies within: Research and Development Production Quality Assurance/Quality Control Sales/Marketing Technical Support Administration Courses 1st Year Fundamentals of Life Sciences Cell and Molecular Biology General & Organic Chemistry Academic Writing Principles of Food Science and Technology Biostatistic ICT in Life Science General Microbiology Basics of Bioinformatics Principles of Biotechnology & Bioentrepreneurship Scientific Writing & Presentation Skills Biochemistry Principles of Biomedicine Genes & Development 2nd Year Human Anatomy & Physiology Genetic Engineering Plant Physiology Bioanalytical Science Immunology Protein Science and Technology Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology Principles of Pharmacology or Microbes and Host Interaction Bussiness communications Molecular Medicine Cell Signaling 3rd Year Thermodynamics for Biotechnology Toxicology Bioresource technology -Indusrial biotechnology Enzymology Process from reaserch to commercilizing technology Bioprocessing Technologies and Downstream Processes Elective Course Ethics, Civics and Social Responsibility Philosophy of Science Experimental Design Food and agricultural biotechnology Environmental biotechnology Bioprocess Modeling and Simulation Directed Research Bioprocess Economics Elective Course 4th Year Internship Indonesia: Culture, Language, and Future Current topics in biotechnology Bussiness simulation Elective course (bioentrepreneurship study program) Elective Course Thesis [-]

Bachelor in Bioinformatics

Indonesia International Instutite for Life Sciences (i3L)
Campus Full time 3.5 - 4 years July 2017 Indonesia Jakarta

In an age where big data analysis is integral to successful existing businesses and new entrepreneurial initiatives, the Indonesian International Institute launched the first bachelor degree (S1) Bioinformatics program in the ASEAN in 2014. BioInformatics is a field that manages the large amounts of data generated in biomedicine, biotechnology, food science and food technology and many others. Modern BioInformatics does not only look at... [+]

Bachelors in Biological & Life Sciences in Oceania 2017. Bachelor in Bioinformatics In an age where big data analysis is integral to successful existing businesses and new entrepreneurial initiatives, the Indonesian International Institute launched the first bachelor degree (S1) Bioinformatics program in the ASEAN in 2014. BioInformatics is a field that manages the large amounts of data generated in biomedicine, biotechnology, food science and food technology and many others. Modern BioInformatics does not only look at genes but has expanded its field to computational biology, proteomics, metabolomics, and most recently microbiomics. BioInformatics at i3L has an integrated classroom to application approach in which the students will apply the knowledge to real life projects either hosted at i3L or at partner institutes. Examples of this are: 1. Phylogenetic analysis of the rich biodiversity of Indonesia both on land (i3L) as well as marine biodiversity (collaboration with the University of Unpatti, Ambon). 2. Novel drug discovery from the rich biodiversity of Indonesia using 3D modeling systems to analyse and predict modification necessary for optimal functionality and reduced side-effects of potential candidates (both i3L as well as in collaboration with LIPI). 3. Genetic screening. In this project we work together with GIS (Genome Institute Singapore) to map out genetic markers of disease. This project is linked to a genetic counseling program introduced by a group of scientist of GIS. However, i3L does not stop here. At i3L our students will be trained to become big data analyst. A mindset that can be applied outside of the biological field. Examples of these elective stream packages are big data analysts in aviation, infrastructure, social media and crowd sourcing. With the fast growing market especially in South-East Asia (39.6% yearly till 2030, McKinsey report 2014) there is a rapidly growing demand of skilled labor in bio-informatics and big data analyst. i3L will provide a career opportunity which will become the backbone of science. Unique Value Points First BioInformatics program at bachelor’s level in the ASEAN Internationally developed curriculum with a strong focus on integration of the triple helix model Internationally trained faculty from both local and international heritage Support of well-established international partners for on-side training of our students Big Data elective streaming packages to prepare our students for non-life science related fields Learning Outcomes 1. Comprehend and apply knowledge in the fields of biology (molecular and cell biology, microbiology, biochemistry), computing, statistics and mathematics to solve bioinformatics problems 2. The ability to use current techniques, skills and tools necessary for bioinformatics practices to identify, analyze and define computing requirements necessary to solve contemporary problems. 3. The ability to apply statistical research methods in the context of molecular biology, genomics, medical and population genetics, proteomics, metabolomics and microbiomics on an individual, society and global level. 4. Demonstrate English oral and written skills to retrieve and communicate scientific information aimed at both non-technical audience and experts in the field of bioinformatics. 5. Motivating life-long learning for the ability to plan, organize and manage bioinformatics projects based on the most recent developments in the field Courses 1st Year Fundamentals of Life Sciences Molecular & Celular Biology General & Organic Chemistry Biostatistics Academic Writing Principles of Food Science and Technology ICT in Life Science General Microbiology Basics of Bioinformatics Principles of Biotechnology & Bioentrepreneurship Scientific Writing & Presentation Skills Biochemistry Principles of Biomedicine Genes & Development 2nd Year Calculus Population Genetics Epidemiology Genomics Linear Algebra Programming in Python Discrete Mathematics Data Mining in Bioinformatics Molecular Evolution Bioinformatics Algorithms I Proteomics Data Structures 3rd Year Metagenomics Probability and Stochastic Processes Transcriptomics Bioinformatics Algorithms II Molecular Phylogenetics Database Management Elective Course 1 Ethics, Civics and Social Responsibility Hypothesis Testing in Phylogenetics Epigenetics Structural Bioinformatics Philosophy of Science Experimental Design Metabolomics and Systems Biology Elective Course 2 4th Year Internship Indonesia: Culture, Language, and Future Biosystematics Business Simulation Current Trends in Bioinformatics Research Elective Course 3 Thesis [-]

Bachelor in Bioentrepreneurship

Indonesia International Instutite for Life Sciences (i3L)
Campus Full time 3.5 - 4 years July 2017 Indonesia Jakarta

The Bioentrepreneurship program at the Indonesia International Institute for Life Sciences (i3L) is a unique interdisciplinary program that combines basic knowledge and research skills in life sciences with practical entrepreneurial leadership and business management skills. The goal of this program is to train the next generation of bio-entrepreneurs who can integrate scientific and entrepreneurial leadership skills to lead the... [+]

Bachelor in Bioentrepreneurship The Bioentrepreneurship program at the Indonesia International Institute for Life Sciences (i3L) is a unique interdisciplinary program that combines basic knowledge and research skills in life sciences with practical entrepreneurial leadership and business management skills. The goal of this program is to train the next generation of bio-entrepreneurs who can integrate scientific and entrepreneurial leadership skills to lead the commercialization process of life science innovations. From bio-pharmacy to biorefinery, development of a knowledge-based bioeconomy by accelerating the commercialization of life science technologies is crucial to promote a healthier and a more sustainable future. In this program, students will combine fundamental life science concepts such as molecular and cellular biology, microbiology, biochemistry, organic chemistry, and genetics with basic business management skills in marketing, finance, and accounting. In addition, students will learn the 10 pillars of entrepreneurial leadership: the entrepreneurial paradox, entrepreneurial creativity, entrepreneurial opportunity, entrepreneurial innovation, business model, business plan, start-up funding, incubation, commercialization, and managing growth to build the students’ entrepreneurial mindset and leadership skills. Students will also have the opportunity to deepen their scientific interest and learn about advanced topics in biomedicine, biotechnology, food science, food technology, and bioinformatics. Students will do two internship periods, one related to science and research and the other to the business side of science, to get real work experience and explore their passion. These internships can be done in Indonesia or abroad. Towards the end of the program, students will also have the opportunity to apply their knowledge and skills in bioentrepreneurship. Through the “Bioentrepreneurship in a Developing Country” course, students have the opportunity to work on a real entrepreneurship project by assessing opportunities and creating a business plan for a budding science-related company in Indonesia. Finally, the “Life Science Business Simulation” course will bring together students from the Bioentrepreneurship program with i3L students from the other programs to have them practice the art of commercializing a real life science innovation. This rigorous learning and training in both life sciences and the business of science will equip our graduates with the skills needed to successfully translate scientific innovations into innovative products and sustainable bio-business opportunities. Graduates can also continue their training by pursuing Master’s degrees in Science (M.Sc.) or Business Administration (M.B.A.) or doctoral degrees. Alternatively, they may also embark on diverse career options at research labs, patent offices, university-based tech transfer centers, venture capital firms, science-based companies, and other relevant organizations. Learning Outcomes Graduates of i3L Bioentrepreneurship program will demonstrate expertise, skills, and attitude in the following competencies: Comprehend basic knowledge in life sciences in the fields of biology (molecular and cell biology, microbiology, biochemistry), business management, and pillars of entrepreneurship Develop an entrepreneurial mindset and understanding of the dynamics of the life science industry Able to translate scientific innovations into innovative products and viable business opportunities Demonstrate adept research skills to able to do scientific research independently Master the art of effective communications to both scientific and business audiences Unique Value Points The first BioEntrepreneurship bachelor program in Asia that specializes in education and research on the commercialization of life science innovations Top-quality international faculty members with strong background in science and entrepreneurship Interdisciplinary curriculum combining life sciences, business, and entrepreneurship that is suited to the needs of local industries and communities An opportunity to specialize in a chosen scientific area through collaborations with the other life science-based study programs Two internship programs in science and business Advanced courses that offer opportunities to work with emerging science-based companies in a fast-growing Indonesian economy and make real contributions to the society A project to lead the commercialization of life-science innovations State-of-the-art education and research facilities Strong international network of collaborations with industries, government agencies, and universities Career Prospect Bioentrepreneurship is increasingly being viewed as a lucrative career path within the scientific field, and more bioscience professionals are exploring this exciting route. Graduates from this program will be attractive for positions such as business managers, marketing managers, consultants, product managers, and finance and accounting officers in companies and also in public sector institutions. The program will also open ways for further graduate studies. The career opportunities expand as the students also acquires the skills and the comfort to master speech, debate, informatics besides bio-entrepreneurship which will help the i3L students to become the future leaders with skills in several areas to support this role. Courses 1st Year Fundamentals of Life Sciences Molecular & Celular Biology General & Organic Chemistry Biostatistics Academic Writing Principles of Food Science and Technology ICT in Life Science General Microbiology Basics of Bioinformatics Principles of Biotechnology & Bioentrepreneurship Scientific Writing & Presentation Skills Biochemistry Principles of Biomedicine Genes & Development 2nd Year The Entrepreneurial Mindset Entrepreneurial Leadership Opportunity Assessment and Business Modeling Consumer Behavior Organizational Behaviour Entrepreneurial Strategy and Accessing Resources Competitor Analysis Bioanalytical Science Entrepreneurial Accounting Entrepreneurial Finance Entrepreneurial Marketing Business Communications The Feasibility Plan Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship Cell Signaling 3rd Year Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation Start-up Funding Starting and Managing an Enterprise Technology Commercialization Environment Process from Research to Commercializing Technology Entrepreneurship Elective Course (1a) Science Elective Course (1b) Ethics, Civics and Social Responsibility Business Model Innovations: Global Health in Frontier Markets Global Climate Change: Economics, Science, and Policy Philosophy of Science Experimental Design Entrepreneurship in Developing Country Lab Entrepreneurship Elective Course (2a) Science Elective Course (2b) 4th Year Internship Business Simulation Indonesia: Culture, Language, and Future Management of Business Relationships Customer Relationship Management Science Elective Course (3b) Thesis [-]

Bachelor in Food Technology and Nutrition/Chemical Engineering (Honours)

RMIT University
Campus Full time 5 years January 2017 Australia Melbourne

This double degree program will prepare you for leading roles as a food industry professional. You will have the food science and engineering skills in key areas... [+]

Bachelor of Science (Food Technology and Nutrition)/Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) (Honours)

 

This double degree program will prepare you for leading roles as a food industry professional. You will have the food science and engineering skills in key areas of product development and production systems.You will learn how to design the plant, the process and the product.This program is ideal if you're interested in:

developing new products, design processes and packaging a broader range of roles in the food processing industry improving the efficiency of the food processing industry.

 

 

Why double-up?

This double degree program is unique to RMIT that will open up a world of possibilities. You complete 2 programs in much less time and simultaneously increase your employment prospects. Your interactions with a wide range of relevant industries will further broaden your career prospects.... [-]


Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering (Honours)/Biotechnology

RMIT University
Campus Full time 5 years January 2017 Australia Melbourne

This double degree program delivers core and elective mechanical engineering and biotechnology courses and prepares you to meet technical and... [+]

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Honours)/Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology)

This double degree program delivers core and elective mechanical engineering and biotechnology courses and prepares you to meet technical and professional challenges in industry.You'll develop design, creativity and intellectual discipline skills and be ready to practise as a high-level engineer in the new field of biotechnology. You’ll also be ready to work in the new field of biotechnology, equipped with skills in genetic engineering, industrial microbiology, molecular agriculture, bioinformatics, and regulatory, ethical and legal issues in biotechnology.

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Bachelor in Chemical Engineering (Honours)/Biotechnology

RMIT University
Campus Full time 5 years January 2017 Australia Melbourne

You can help in better management of the environment; preventing, diagnosing and curing disease; improving crop plants and livestock; detecting pollutants... [+]

Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) (Honours)/Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology)

Chemical engineering combines science with engineering practice and design.Biotechnology uses knowledge at the molecular level of living systems to devise strategies to solve important practical problems like controlling disease and making the environment safer.Chemical engineers apply biotechnology to make products on a large scale.These integrated skills can be applied to environmental management, agriculture and natural resource management, as well as a range of biological-based products and processes.Chemical engineers can help processing industries using less energy and produce less waste to minimise their environmental impact.... [-]