On August 21, 2019, at its campus, representatives from Tan Tao University School of Biotechnology... Read More
School of Biotechnology - Tan Tao University is being built up to provide for the society with Bachelors and Engineers who can understand, develop and apply the knowledge as well as highly valuable products from Biotechnological fields to the life in order to improve our life's quality. Moreover, School of Biotechnology will equip students with the capability to preserve and develop the high value or extinct animals/plants.
Bachelor program of Biotechnology's School - TanTao University is designed to prepare graduates to succeed and develop the way of thinking as a scientist in international level. In addition, graduates can catch the trend of development in science in order to improve their career. Students who obtained Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology will have solid information and can control modern technologies, such as genetic engineering, cellular engineering, microbial biotechnology, in order to apply successfully in agriculture, biomedicine, environment, aquaculture, and food technology. Students will be trained not only ethical in career but also the duty with community. Especially, graduates will show important role in the development of whole society.
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