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Cell and Bioprocess Engineering
The Cell and Bioprocess Engineering track looks at bioprocess design and optimization with emphasis on molecular and cellular processes. Our major educational objective for students is the attainment of core knowledge in both upstream and downstream engineering aspects of modern biotechnology. The core subject areas integrate applied biology, chemical reaction engineering and systems analysis. Topics include enzyme and pathway engineering; fermentation and bioreactors; and cellular systems modeling and analysis.
In addition to the four core credit requirements, students in this track must also take:
Elective Credits in Cell and Bioprocess Engineering
As always, please consult the SIS Student Portal website for exact times and dates of all classes offered below.
This program assumes an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, Bioengineering or related discipline.
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