BS Biological Sciences (Biotechnology) National university of medical Sciences

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BS Biological Sciences (Biotechnology)
To prepare the next generation of leaders in research, academia and industry through a focused, high-quality biological sciences undergraduate program, majoring in biotechnology, with an emphasis on research relevant to the needs of our population.

What makes the program unique?
This program has been conceived in light of the framework of the Higher Education Commission, Pakistan for BS programs. The degree program is designed to provide our graduates with a sound basis and conceptual understanding of the major theories and disciplines of biology, including foundations of cell biology, biochemistry, genetics, microbiology, and molecular biology. This program will provide flexibility to our students to be able to pursue careers in various areas of research, academia and industry including health, food sciences, diagnostics, therapeutics, agriculture, nanotechnology and pharmaceuticals. Several courses related to philosophy, logic and social sciences have been included in this program to build our students’ capacity to excel in a multi-disciplinary world. This program necessitates the students to learn and carry out a meta-analysis in later part of their degree to acquire the ability to critically appraise scientific literature. A hands-on research project in their final semester will give the students an opportunity to utilize the acquired lab based skills to conduct research.

Career Prospects:
In addition to the vast higher education and research opportunities, a variety of possible employment opportunities will exist such as:

Research Assistants/Associates
Laboratory Technologists/Technicians
Technical support staff in a variety of industries
Teaching opportunities

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