Bioscience Programme: Biotechnology (180 ECTS credits)
Bioscientists use biological material to analyse, produce or modify products for areas such as new pharmaceuticals, medical treatment and diagnosis, and plant breeding. Research in bioscience has an increasing role to play in the development and manufacturing of drugs chemicals and energy production based on renewable raw material.
The bioscience programme at Karlstad University offers students the opportunity to study with options. Biotechnology is one of three exciting main areas. Students who are interested in bioscience but uncertain about which field to specialise in can opt for the broad curricular base bioscience programme and defer their choice.
Education level: Basic level
Prerequisites: Fall-13: Basic prerequisites and Mathematics C, Physics A and Chemistry B. Area prerequisite 12 with exception for Biology B. or: Matematics 3b or 3c, Physics 1a or 1b1 1b2 and Chemistry 2 Area prerequests A12 with exception for biology 2. From fall 14 no exception for Biology 2. Spring -14: Basic prerequisites and Mathematics 3b/3c, Physics 1b1 1b2 or 1a, Chemistry 1 and biology 1; alternatively Mathematics C, Physics A, Chemistry A and biology A. If you begin with the spring semester you will take preparatory courses and from the fall follow the ordinary programme.
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