As the world becomes hungrier for products and technologies that are cleaner, greener, safer and more efficient, the biotechnology industry which utilises cellular and biomolecular processes to develop such products and technologies is set to boom. When this happens, those with additional skills in business who can navigate a product's journey to market will be in demand. This course will provide you with advanced skills in biotechnology, as well as the opportunity to acquire sought-after business skills, so that you're well equipped for a business and management career in a science-based organisation, commercial institution or in government. KEY FEATURES You'll develop knowledge and skills in areas including molecular biology, protein biochemistry, proteomics and applied microbiology. You'll have an opportunity to participate in a biotechnology industry internship so you're able to build connections between theoretical knowledge and practical application. You'll learn from experts in chemistry and biomolecular sciences, biological sciences, computing and statistics. You'll study a wide selection of business units across a range of disciplines. You'll advance your skills in critical thinking, experimental design and writing for peer-reviewed scientific literature. SUITABLE FOR Those looking to combine rigorous and disciplined laboratory, analytical and research skills with commercial application and R&D. Graduates are in demand across a number of research application, IP and related bio-technology industries.
|Institution Name||Macquarie University|
|Campus Location||North Ryde|
|Course Duration||1 year - 2 years depending on RPL granted|
|Course University||Macquarie University|
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