Elverum, Norway
Posted: 5 years ago


The Master’s Degree Programme comprises two years of full-time study (120 ECTS credits) that may also be completed part-time, and includes modules each totalling 5 – 20 ECTS credits. Given courses each totalling 5 – 15 ECTS credits, and a master`s degree thesis of 60 ECTS credits in experimental or 30 ECTS credits in Commercial biotechnology.

The study may also be completed part-time.

This biotechnology master study is unique by having a two-tailed specialisation possibility, either in Experimental Biotechnology or in Commercialisation of Biotechnology direction. Chosen specialisation is based on chosen courses and in master`s degee thesis. Further, this study is taught in English, giving it an international perspective and recruit possibilities.

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