offers B.Sc., M.Sc., and Ph.D. levels which studies processes using biological resources, especially microorganisms and cell compositions for the production of various products. These products include food, medicine and chemicals. Biotechnological engineering processes are used in solving environmental problems, and the production of alternative energy. Students at the Biotechnology Department learn fundamental subjects in science and engineering as well as specialized subjects in biotechnology to prepare for effectively applying this knowledge in the future work. Besides studying in the classroom, students have a chance to learn through field trip, internships in state organizations and private companies domestically and abroad


Department of Biotechnology


Bachelor Degree:   The program offers basic principles of physical, biological and engineering sciences used in the processing of biological raw materials into value added products. The areas of study include biochemistry, microbiology, genetic engineering and bio-process engineering.

Master Degree:   The program provides the advanced training in applied biological science, bioprocess engineering and recently developed frontiers of biotechnological techniques which relate to the utilization of biological active compounds including genetic engineering, fermentation technology, bioprocess engineering, beverages technology, animal and plant cells biotechnology, molecular biology and environmental biotechnology.

Doctoral Degree:   The program focuses on delivering a well-trained biotechnologist who is capable of integrating the theories and principles in biotechnology for analyzing and/or constructing the research in order to achieve the innovative products.

International Program

Master of Science Program in Industrial Biotechnology:  The program offers the courses in the principles and theories of industrial biotechnology as well as the application of biotechnology techniques to resolve the bio-industrial problems.

Research Aspects

– Energy Production (ENR)

– Fermented Food and Beverage (FBV)

– Bio-based Products and Process Development (PPD)

– Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering

– Plant Tissue Culture and Animal Cell Culture

– Bio-fuel and bio-energy resources

– Bio-remedial approaches for environments

– Enzyme Technology