The University of Windsor is pleased to announce the launch of its newest graduate program, the Master of Medical Biotechnology, scheduled to commence September 2013.
The Master of Medical Biotechnology is a professional program that provides graduates of B.Tech, Biotech, B.Pharm, BSc in life sciences, Biochemistry, Biology or Chemistry with both a solid foundation of the theoretical concepts and practical industrially-applicable laboratory technique experiences used in medical biotechnology industries.
Students will receive training in business plan development and product commercialization while building the skills and knowledge needed to create a successful career in biotech entrepreneurship, medical and pharmaceutical materials characterization, medical diagnostics or biotechnology product development/monitoring.
The program covers 12 prescribed courses over a period of 16 months taught on site at the University of Windsor. Courses may include: Protein Structure and Function; Clinical Biochemistry; Lipid Biochemistry and Cell Biology; Protein Chemistry; Cell Death and Diseases; DNA Science and Diagnostics; Biotechnology Laboratory; and Biotechnology Entrepreneurship among others.
The University of Windsor is home to 17,000 students who represent 100+ countries around the world, making it one of the most culturally diverse and inclusive universities in Canada. Located in Windsor, Ontario on the international border with America, UWindsor offers a truly international, dynamic, safe and welcoming environment in which to live and study. Since 1857 UWindsor has produced more than 100,000 graduates who are proud to call the University their alma mater. Offering over 150 undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs, the University is thrilled to add the Master of Medical Biotechnology as its newest program starting September 2013.
The Centre for Executive and Professional Education at the University of Windsor provides an outstanding academic experience while fostering an environment of professional growth.