Science and technology have become an inseparable part of our life. It is used in every sphere of life.
With the advent of new technologies leading to numerous blooming opportunities in the field, students get an array of specialisations and courses. M.Sc. has become one of most popular courses in the educational domain within the country and overseas.
Master of Science, M.Sc. is a 2 year (4 Semesters), full-time, Postgraduate program that focuses on the advanced knowledge of the application of Biology in the field of technology, design and engineering. The first three semesters have both practical and theory, and the fourth semester has research dissertation and submission.
There is a huge need to transform much of the world’s agricultural, medical and industrial practices. The scope for experts in Biotechnology and Biochemistry remains exponential.
In fact, there is a shortage of competent Biotech and Biochemist experts in the world and AMC aims to bridge this gap.
The industry has seen rampant growth over the last few years, the
Biotechnology market was valued at over $ 330.3 billion in 2015! By 2024, the market size is expected to double to $ 775.2 billion with an annual growth rate of 9.9 %.
For students keen on making an impact in the economic, social or environmental fields, Biotechnology and Biochemistry is the field for them.
Typical Course Content
The important subjects include:
- Molecular Biology
- Molecular Genetics
- Bioprocess Engineering
- Research Methodology
- Genetic Engineering
- Animal and Plant Biotechnology
- Environmental Biotechnology
- Industrial Biotechnology
The AMC Difference
M.Sc. Biotechnology deals with the advanced understanding of everything at a cellular level including biomolecules, nutrition, metabolic events in an organism with the help of biomedical techniques and instruments.
Biotechnology plays a vital role in bringing innovation to fields such as medicine, agriculture, food processing to name a few.
This field has the potential to address numerous challenges like global warming, infectious diseases, and energy security on a global scale.