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Study Molecular Biotechnology at Otago

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Overview

Molecular Biotechnology is about the application of biological science at the molecular level. It is a fundamental component of modern biology, and is central to the production of biomedical products such as insulin for diabetics. It is one of the most exciting and fast-growing fields of science.

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Contact details

Professor Julian Eaton-Rye
Tel 64 3 479 7865

Email julian.eaton-rye@otago.ac.nz
Website Applied Science programme

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Qualifications

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Programme Requirements

Bachelor of Applied Science (BAppSc) majoring in Molecular Biotechnology

YearPapersPoints
100-level

BIOC 192  Foundations of Biochemistry

CELS 191  Cell and Molecular Biology

CHEM 191  The Chemical Basis of Biology and HUman Health

HUBS 191  Human Body Systems 1

18

18

18

18

200-level

BIOC 221  Molecular Biology

GENE 221  Molecular and Microbial Genetics

MICR 221  Microbes to Medicine

At least two of BIOC 222, BIOC 223, BTNY 201, GENE 222, GENE 223, MICR 222, MICR 223

18

18

18

36

300-level

MICR 336  Applied and Environmental Microbiology

At least three of BIOC 351, BIOC 352, GENE 313, GENE 314, GENE 315, MICR 335, MICR 337, PLBI 301, PLBI 302

18

54

 

126 further points, including either requirements for an approved minor or approved second major subject or other approved papers

126

Total 360

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Bachelor of Applied Science with Honours (BAppSc(Hons)) in Molecular Biotechnology

Papers

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Master of Applied Science (MAppSc) in Molecular Biotechnology

Papers

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