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Master of Biotechnology

Program Paradigm

A Master degree student in the first year of study has to complete the required courses in theoretical topics as well as state-of-the art of experimental work. These courses aim at having students acquire relevant knowledge, skills and lab experiences. In the second year, the Master degree student will choose a specialization in one of two tracks: Biomedical Sciences or Plant Technology (botany and agriculture). The program consists of 36 credit hours that are offered as follow:

  • Required courses (18 credit hours) including theoretical and experimental laboratory work.

  • Elective courses (12 credit hours) for either the Biomedical Sciences or Plant Technology tracks.

In addition to the required courses, a student must complete a 6-credit hour practical project (thesis) and submit a thesis at the end of the project. After completing all requirements, a student is conferred a Masters degree in Biotechnology indicating the major area of specialization (i.e. Biomedical Sciences or Plant Technology).


Dr. Ghassan Handal
Biotechnology Masters Coordinator
ghandal@bethlehem.edu
Tel: +972 2 2741241, Ext: 2271
Fax: +972 2 274 4440

Frida Emerezian
Secretary
Phone: +972 2 274 1241, Ext: 2258
Fax: +972 2 274 4440

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Fax: +1-240-553-7691
Beltsville, MD USA
Bethlehem University in the Holy Land
E-mail: info@bethlehem.edu
Phone: +972-2-274-1241
Fax: +972-2-274-4440
Bethlehem, Palestine