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ةيفونملا ةعماج


Minufiya Un
iversity

ةيويحلا ايجولونكتلاو ةيثارولا ةسدنهلا ثوحب دهعم

Genetic Engineering and
Biotechnology Research Institute.

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1




PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION

of

Animal Biotechnology




ةيفونملا ةعماج


Minufiya Un
iversity

ةيويحلا ايجولونكتلاو ةيثارولا ةسدنهلا ثوحب دهعم

Genetic Engineering and
Biotechnology Research Institute.

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Programme Specification

University
: Minofiea

Institute: Genetic engineering and Biotechnology Research Institute


A
-
Basic Information



Programme

title:

Master´s (M.Sc.) / Doctoral (Ph.D.) degre
e in Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology,

Animal Biotechnology in one of the areas of specializations listed in internal regulation of the institute.



2.
Programme

type:

Single


Double


Multiple


3.
Department
: Dept. of Animal Biotechnology.



4.
Coordinator
: Dr. OMAIMA KHAMISS (Acting Department Head)


5.
Externa
l e
levaluator

:

……………………..


6.
Last

date

of

programme

specifications

approval
:



-

Department council approval: / / 2008


-

Institute council approval: / / 2008



B
-
Professional Information



Programme aims

The mission of the program Animal Biotechnology is divided actually in two
principal lines the first is to d
evelop the domain of animal biotechnology through multidisciplinary
research activities on different model animal systems, insects, pathogens, fish (aquatics), in vitro
technologies, make fundamental discoveries, generate innovative solutions to practical
problems, and
develop new technologies for commercial applications. The second line is educational academic
purposes
.


Our goals:

More teachers teachi
ng and more students learning and manipulate animal biotechnologies. One of
our objectives is to develop receiving units for the new emerging technologies, infrastructure to be able
to establish several linkages with various biotechnology laboratorie
s at international standards in
advanced countries.



The second parallel principal line is the academic educational missio
n to educate and excite professional
and personal growth students capable to receiving, to design and performing with interests in the life




ةيفونملا ةعماج


Minufiya Un
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Genetic Engineering and
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sciences could react with the job market and environmental

problems.



Postgraduate Degree Programme:


This program is designed to meet the requirements of students with scientific background who are
specifically interested in the study of scientific developments in Animal
Biotechnology and the
applications of this knowledge, skills and tools in the fields of molecular and biological sciences. This
program will provide high quality postgraduate training in animal biotechnology, which meets the needs
of In vivo (different mod
el animal systems, insects, pathogens, fish (aquatics), reproductive technologies
(Artificial Insemination, In vitro Fertilization, Embryo Transfer and Cloning and in vitro technologies for
research and development.



M.Sc. Degree



Master of Transgenic Animals.



Master of Animal Cell and Tissue Culture.



Master of Reproductive technologies (Artificial Insemination, In vitro
Fertilization, Embryo Transfer and Cloning,).



Master of Aqu
atic Biotechnology.

These degrees require three years of full time study, which includes course work, r
esearch and thesis
submission.
Eligibility for admission is possession of Bachelor’s degree in the concerned field obtained
from the recognized Universit
y.

Doctoral Degree Programme:

The degree normally requires three

to five
years of full time study, which includes course work, research
and thesis submission
.
Eligibility for admission is possession of Master’s degree in the concerned field
obtained from

the recognized University.

Doctor of Philosophy (Transgenic Animals.)

Doctor of Philosophy (Animal Cell and Tissue Culture).

Doctor of Philosophy (Reproductive technologies (Artificial Insemination, In vitro
Fertilization, Embryo Transfer and Cloning
,).

Doctor of Philosophy (
Aquatic Biotechnology
).





ةيفونملا ةعماج


Minufiya Un
iversity

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1.

The main aims of the Master's/Doctoral program in Animal Biotechnology are:

Academic Plan and Course Requirements
The student must work out an informal
degree plan early
in the Ph.D. program with the
aid of a Research Committee, when selected. This program will reflect
specific areas
of academic interest and should
represent a coordinated approach to the attainment of the
student’s ultimate goals. This degree plan may include the courses previously app
lied toward the
Master’s degree, which

should

be

so

indicated.




her academic level) via
assess the research skills of a student (appropriate to his/

Objective To
examination on his/her thesis research topic. Special emphasis will be given to the following evaluative
criteria:




• Knowledge of the scientific basis of experimental and/or theoretical appr
oaches employed by the
student




• Depth and breadth of knowledge of the relevant literature.

• Demonstration of progress appropriate for the specific project.

• Presentation of the specific research plan and overall project significance
and

d
em
onstration of written
and oral communication skills for all of the above.






State the objectives of the overall project and specific aims of the student’s project.


• Be
able to explain the rationale behind the project and approach chosen.

• Use problem statements to demonstra
te the significance of not only
the overall objective but also the
specific approaches/tools being developed and/or applied.




• Explain why specific techniques were chosen and what alternatives were

considered and why
eliminated.




• Describe future plans and include some examples of how the plans might be accomplished as well as
the advantages and disadvantages of any proposed approaches and relevant alternatives.




• Be prepared to explain all information presented in your slides (equations, constants, tools, etc.).





• Know your target audience.

1.1
-

to extend student's comprehension of key concepts of
Animal Biotechnology
and so provide them
with an in
-
depth understanding of specialized areas of
cell culture
(different

model animal systems,




ةيفونملا ةعماج


Minufiya Un
iversity

ةيويحلا ايجولونكتلاو ةيثارولا ةسدنهلا ثوحب دهعم

Genetic Engineering and
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insects, pathogens, fish (aquatics)
)
, reproductive technologies (Artificial Insemination, In vitro
Fertilization, Embryo Transfer and Cloning and in vitro technologies for research and development

m
olecular diagnostics
.

1.2
-

to prov
ide students with the ability to plan and carry out experiments independently and assess the
significance of outcomes.

1.3
-

to develop in students the ability to adapt and apply methodology to the solution of various types of
problems regarding the areas o
f
Animal Biotechnology
.

1.4
-

to instill a critical awareness of advances at the forefront of the field of
Animal Biotechnology

1.5
-

to prepare students effectively for professional employment or doctoral studies in molecular
diagnostics and therapeutics.


2. Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

By the end of this program the graduate students will be able to:

a. Knowledge and understanding


a1
-

Define English technical terms used in scientific research.

a2
-

Recognize the basic rules and verbal terms of the Ger
man language.

a3
-

Review the principles of data collection, analysis and presentation through the use of computers.

a4
-

Outline the basics of scientific research and different research methodology (approaches)
adopted to solve scientific problems.

a5
-

Kn
ow general issues and applications of biotechnology.

a6
-

Recall the
main

microorganisms of
animal, bio
-
control and aquatic

importance.

a7
-

Identify some practical approaches of molecular diagnosis.

a8
-

Memorize the

basics of transgenic animals

a9
-

Identif
y the fundamentals of
cell

biology.

a10
-

Outline different molecular mechanisms of
animal biotechnology
.

a11
-

Describe various factors
affecting
cellular

systemes in vitro
.

a12
-

List the various types of
cell culture techniques
.

a13
-

Identify the basic con
cepts of
biological electron microscope
.

a14
-

Describe the fundamentals of
animal cell culture
.

a15
-
Define main approaches used in
different type of cell culture
.

a16
-

Outline the implementation of

mammalian cell biotechnology





ةيفونملا ةعماج


Minufiya Un
iversity

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Genetic Engineering and
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a17
-

Describe various tool
s of viral genotypic

and its value in on phenotypic and
viral

characterization.

a18
-

Recall steps involved in

embryo manipulation.

a19
-

Describe the relationship between
viral pathogens

and diversity of
host

populations.

a20
-

Mention potential
s

of aquatic
biotechnology

a21
-

Recognize the pathogenesis,
symptoms,
diagnosis and handling of

different types of viruses
.

a22
-

Outline the etiology, diagnostic testing
of animal biotechnology.

a23
-

Review
the

fundamental
aspects and advanced issues

of
viral taxonomy
.

a24
-

Memorize the principles of different
types of
Environmental management in animal agriculture

a25
-

Mention the different types ,diagnosis and handling of

Molecular animal pathology

.

a26
-

Describe different approaches used in the

Genetic control of i
nsects

a27
-

Review the properties of viruses, interaction with their hosts and diseases caused by them.

a28
-

Identify the molecular basis of

Molecular biology of insects and Insect viruses

.

a29
-

State the molecular diagnosis of
animals
.

a30
-

Memorize test
ing procedures that are used for molecular diagnosis of animal diseases.

a31
-

Describe laboratory techniques applied for
cells in culture
.

a32
-

Know the fundamentals and molecular applications in forensic medicine.

a33
-

Review theories of

Pesticides biote
chnology

a34
-

Describe molecular mechanisms in pathogenesis of microbial infections.

a35
-

Mention the principles of

Intensive fish farming

a36
-

Review basic concepts of
Genetics and breeding of fish

a37
-

Recognize the basis of using biotechnology to deve
lop valuable pharmaceutical and biological
products.

a38
-

Mention different laboratory techniques used for
c
ulture of immortalized cells

a39
-

Recall the molecular basis of

m
olecular diagnosis of animal diseases
.

a40
-

Describe molecular mechanisms

e
lectrop
oration protocols for microorganisms

a41
-

Recall the molecular basis of

Cellular biochemistry

a42
-

Mention different laboratory

Topics in cell and

developmental biology






ةيفونملا ةعماج


Minufiya Un
iversity

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Genetic Engineering and
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b. Intellectual skills

b1
-

Paraphrase English technical terms used in scientific resea
rch.

b2
-

Rewrite sentences written in German language.

b3
-

Distinguish different ways of using computers for data analysis and presentation.

b4
-

Interpret the subject knowledge and understanding to solve a scientific problem.

b5
-

Deduce a scientific outp
ut from the given research information.

b6
-

Comprehend general issues and applications of biotechnology.

b7
-

Classify th
e main microorganisms of animal

importance.

b8
-

Summarize the so
me practical applications of cell culture and

in molecular diagnosis.

b
9
-

Classify
viruses

involved in the development of
animal
diseases
.

b10
-

Comprehend the biological features of
cells
.

b11
-

Explain genetic an
d molecular mechanisms of viral infection
.

b12
-

Link between different chemical and cellular factors of immune res
ponse.

b13
-

Discuss the variou
s types of chromosomal preparations and caryotyping
.

b14
-

Associate the implementation of im
munological, cytological and molecular testing and

bioassay
practice.

b15
-

Dif
ferentiate the findings of animal

diseases

of different

model and
species.

b16
-
In
vestigate the potential animal production

outcomes of

reproductive technologies (Artificial
Insemination, In vitro Fertilization, Embryo Transfer and Cloning and in vitro technologies for research
and development.



b17
-
Interpret the use of genetic in
vestigations in animal biotechnology

practice.

b18
-
Distinguish various tools of genomic imprinting.

b19
-
Comprehend different me
chanisms involved in

Invitro

Fertilizatio
n, Embryo Transfer and Cloning

b20
-
Explain the relationship between

viral

genomic
and
populations

diversity
.

b21
-

Infer the potential therapeutic use of

stem cells
.

b22
-

Classify different types of

cell isolation
.

b23
-

Associate genetic factors and
animal
diseases.

b24
-

Correlate between genetics and
fish

diseases.

b25
-

Differentiate the different diagnostic immunological assays.





ةيفونملا ةعماج


Minufiya Un
iversity

ةيويحلا ايجولونكتلاو ةيثارولا ةسدنهلا ثوحب دهعم

Genetic Engineering and
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b26
-

Clas
sify different types of cell culture
.

b27
-

Interpret findings of laboratory
cell preparations
methods for

stem cells

iso
lation
.

b28
-

Correlate between diseases and

viruses as etiological agents.

b29
-

Discuss molecular basis of
in vitro
therapeutics.

b30
-

Distinguish various assays used fo
r
cell preparation and isolation
.

b31
-

Differentiate testing procedures used for molecu
lar diagnosis of animal diseases.

b32
-

Estimate the usefulness of laboratory techniques app
lied for molecular diagnosis of insect, and
fish
pathology.

b33
-

Distinguish molecular tools applied in forensic medicine

related to insect and pathogens
.

b34
-

Corre
late between molecular genetics and drug resistance.

b35
-

Explain molecular mechanisms in microbial pathogenesis.

b36
-

Estimate the use of

chromosome engineering in fish breeding

purposes.

b37
-

Summarize different approaches applied for
expression vector
-
t
argeted drug design.

b38
-

Comprehend various biotechnologies adopted for production of pharmaceuticals.

b39
-

Determine appropriate laboratory techniques to be used for
fish breeding
.

b40
-

Explain the different methods of sex control in fish.

b41
-

Discuss t
he social and ethical issues associated with biotechnology
.


b
42
-

Comprehend various

ethical issues associated with

animal welfare.


c. Professional and practical skills


c
1
-

Apply advanced techniq
ues and methods relevant to the in vitro techniques
in a sa
fe, logistical
and ethical manner.

c2
-

Use appropriate computional and statistical packages and tools for handling and manipulation as
well as presentation of experimental results.

c3
-

Adopt biotechnological applications for agricultural, medical, and ind
ustrial and environmental
problems.

c4
-

Demonstrate the different laboratory media for isolation and identification of microorganisms.





ةيفونملا ةعماج


Minufiya Un
iversity

ةيويحلا ايجولونكتلاو ةيثارولا ةسدنهلا ثوحب دهعم

Genetic Engineering and
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c5
-

Apply appropriate format of
advanced techniques and

bioassays

for
animal
molecular diagnostic
purposes.

c6
-

Perform

c
ell culture
-
based diagnostic techniques.

c7
-

Discover biological features, genetic a
nd molecular mechanisms of different animal pathogens
.

c8
-

Meas
ure cellular cyto
-
pathological

response.

c9
-

Diagnose different types of chromosomal syndromes.

c10
-

Impleme
nt immun
ological testing during different in vitro

practice.

c11
-

Demonstrate procedures applied for
cells in culture

of different species

c12
-

Construct and design protocols for

cell culture

and gene therapy.

c13
-

Practice genetic counseling for
animal

di
seases.

c14
-

Demonstrate the various tools of genomic imprinting.

c15
-

Deal with

cases of hemostasis and thrombosis.

c16
-

Employ tools of genomic imprinting to study divers
ity of
animal viral pathogen

populations
.

c17
-

Apply human

and animal

bone marrow
-
b
ased
stem cell

protocols.

c18
-

Diagnose cancer using tumor markers

in different animal models in vitro
.

c19
-

Diagnose different types of
fish

diseases..

c20
-

Perform genetic analytical techniques for
insect

diseases.

c21
-

Use immunodiagnostic techniques.

c
22
-

Diagnose and manipulates

different techniques of cell cloning
.

c23
-

Apply detection assays for

different stem cell isolation
.

c24
-

Use laboratory procedures for detection of infection with viruses.

c25
-

Discover novel molecular
in vitro
basis of therap
eutics.

c26
-

Apply detection methods fo
r different types of cells in culture
.

c27
-

Prepare tests for molecular diagnosis of animal diseases.

c28
-

Employ molecu
lar tests for diagnosis of fish

diseases.

c29
-

Demonstrate different molecular to
ols applied in a
nimal reproduction
.

c30
-

Relate molecular genetics basis to drug resistance

in vitro
.

c31
-

Discover molecular mechanisms in microbial pathogenesis.

c32
-

Apply
cloning
-
based
technology
for
differentiate
and
cell characterizations

purposes.





ةيفونملا ةعماج


Minufiya Un
iversity

ةيويحلا ايجولونكتلاو ةيثارولا ةسدنهلا ثوحب دهعم

Genetic Engineering and
Biotechnology Research Institute.

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c33
-

Construct va
ccines

based on

expression vectors

targeting nucleic acids.

c34
-
Design various

biotechnologies for production
of pharmaceuticals and biological products.

c35
-

Practice procedures for
establishment

of
cell lines
.

c36
-

Discover new theories about molecular b
iology of
animal
diseases.

c37
-

Extract appropriate subject information from a variety of scientific sources.

c38
-

Prepare, analyze and present data of an experiment in digital or poster form.


C
39
-

Discuss the social and ethical issues associated with bio
technology
.


C
40
-

Discuss the different methods of sex control in fish
.

d. General and transferable skills


d1
-

Work effectively in a team.

d2
-

Express themselves in writing for different professional and academic audiences.

d3
-

Make decisions in complex a
d unpredictable situations.

d4
-

Acquire independent learning abilities and skills for continuing professional development.

d5
-

Possess the time management and communication skills (both verbally and in written reports).

d6
-

Utilize modern techniques of aca
demic and research presentations.

d7
-

Collect of knowledge from scientific data sources including text books, journals , periodicals and
internet web

sites.

3.
Academic standards

3.
a External

references

for

standards

(Benchmarks)
.

Not Applicable


3.
b

Compa
rison

of

provision

to

external

references
.

Not Applicable


4. Curriculum Structure and Contents

4.
a

Programme

duration:



Master degree at least 2 years.



Ph.D degree at least 3 years.

4.
b

Programme

structure


4.
b.i

No. of

hours

per

week:

Lectures
, ( 2
-
10)

Lab./Exercise
, (2
-
10) Total, (4
-
20)





ةيفونملا ةعماج


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iversity

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4.
b.ii

No.

of

credit

hours:


Compulsory


Elective

Optional

Not Applicable


4.
b.iii

No.

of

credit

hours of

basic

sciences

courses:


No
.

%

Not Applicable


4.b.iv

No. of

credit

hours of

courses

of

social:


No
.

%

sciences and
humanity.

Not Applicable



4.
b.v

No. of

credit

hours

of

specialized

courses:


No
.

%

Not Applicable

4.b.vii

No.

Practical/Field

Training

Not Ap
plicable


4.
b.viii

Programme

Levels

(in

credit
-
hours

system):

Not Applicable

5. Programme courses

a
-

Compulsory

courses of M.Sc,

Code
No.

Course Title

No. of

Units

No. of hours
/
week

Programme

ILOs

Covered
(By No.)

Lect.

Lab.

Exer.


English
language

3

3

-

-

a1, b1

d2,d4,d5


Computer

3

2

2

-

a3, b3, c2,

d4, d6


Research and
Research
methodology

6

3

6

-

a4,b4,b5,

c2, c37,c38

d2,d4,d5

B4

Special
Topics

3

2

1

-

c2,c37

d3,d4,d5
, d7

B4

Seminars

3

3

-

-

c2,c37, c38

d1,d2,d5,d6,


Total

18

13

9

-






ةيفونملا ةعماج


Minufiya Un
iversity

ةيويحلا ايجولونكتلاو ةيثارولا ةسدنهلا ثوحب دهعم

Genetic Engineering and
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a
-

Compulsory

courses

for

Ph
.
D
.

Code
No.

Course Title

No. of

Units

No. of hours
/
week

Programme

ILOs

Covered
(By No.)

Lect.

Lab.

Exer.


German
language

3

3

-

-

a2,b2

d2,d4,d5


Advanced
computer

3

2

2

-


a3,b8,c2

d4, d6


Research and
Research
methodolo
gy

6

3

6

-

A4,b4,b5,

c2,c37,c38

d2,d4,d5

B
4

Special
Topics

3

2

1

-

c2,c37

d3,d4,d5
, d7

B
4

Seminars

3

3

-

-

c2,c37,c38

d1,d2,d5,d6,


Total

18

13

9

-



b
.
Elective


number required


Code
No.

Course Title

No. of

U湩ts

No. of hours
/
week

Programme

ILOs

Cov
ered
(By No.)

Lect.

Lab.

Exer.

B4
-
3

Animal cell culture I

3

2



a1, a4, a9, a11,
a15, a42, b1
, b4,
b8, b22, b26
,
c1
, c11, c26,
c35, c38
, d3
, c4,
c37

B4
-
4

Animal cell culture II

3

2



a12, a14, a31,
b1,

b4, b10,
b21, b27, b29
,

b30, b42, c1
,
c6,

c8, c1
2, c17,
c32,
c38
, d3, d6
,
c22

B
4
-
10

Aquatic biotechnology

3

2



a1, a5, a20, b1,

b42,

c1, c2





ةيفونملا ةعماج


Minufiya Un
iversity

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B
4
-
13

Embryo manipulation

3

2



a4, a1, a9, a11,
a16, a18, a40,
a42, b1, b6, b10,
b12,

b13, b14,
b16, b19
-

b27,
b36,

b41, b42,

c1,
c11, c17, c22,
c29, c32,

C39,

d2
,
d7,

B
4
-
17

Mamma
lian cell
biotechnology

3

2



a10,a11, a14, a16,
a31, a42, b10,
b17,

b26, b27, c1,
c12, c18,

C39,

d4,d5,d6

B
4
-
26

Transgenic animals

3

2



a8, a10,

a34,

a42,
b7, b8, b12, b14,
b15, b19, b36,
b38, c1,

c7, c10,
c21, c32,

c33,

c37, d6, d7,

B
4
-

Animal Biotechnology

3

2



a4, a5, a7,

a10,
a14, a16, a20,
a29, a30, a37,
a40,

b5,b6,b7
,
b9,
b14, b16, b17,
b19, b25, b32,
b41,b42, c3,

c5,
c18, c21, c33,
d4,d5,d6,d7.

B
4(
A18)


Biol.

electron

microscopy

3

2



a3, a13, a15, a17,
a30, a32, a34,
b10, b
13, c1, c3,
c21,
d7,

B
4(
A22)

Biotechnology (General)

3

2



a1, a3, a4, a5, a6
,
a7, a10, a20, a22,

a33, a37, a42, b4,
b6,

b41, b42,

c3,
c4, c14, c34,

C39,

d2,d6,d7

B
4
(A23)

Biotechnology I

3

2



a4, a5, a7, a16,
a18, a22, a25,
a30, a33, a37, b5,
b8, b17, b
37,

b41,

c2, c3, c4, c7, c22,
c31, c33,

C39,

d7

B4
-
(A38)

Fundamentals of plant
virology

3

2



a13, a17, a34,

b28, c24, c32, d2,
d7

B
4
-
(A82)

Virology

3

2



a17, a19, a21,
a23, a27,

a29,
b20, b28, c4, c16,
c24, d4, d7.





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B
4
(C52)

Methods and protocols in
ele
ctron microscopy

3

2



a13, a40, a42,
b12, b14,

b15, c4,
c8,

d7

B4
(C53)

Methods in animal cell
and tissue culture

3

2



a9, a11, a14, a15,
a31, a42, b8, b10,
b22, b26, b30, c1,

c4, c4, c26, c35,

B4
(C55)

Methods in bio
-
pesticides

3

2



a5, a6, a26, a27,
a
33, b6, b7, b14,

c2, c31,

B
4
(C78)

Methods in molecular
virology

3

2



a10
,

a13
,
a17,
a19, a21, a23,
a25, a27, a34, b9,
b11, b12, b14, c2,
c4, c5, c8, c16,


B
4
(B1
-
1)

Advanced general and
molecular virology

3

2



a17, a19, a21,
a23, a25, a27, b9,
b11, b12,

b14, c2,
c4, c5, c8, c16,

B
4
(A32)

Molecular biology of insects
and Insect viruses

3

2



a4, a6, a17, a19,
a23, a28, a32,
a33, b6,b7, b11,
b20, b28, b31,
b33,
c5, c31, d6,
d7,

B
4
-
16

Intensive fish farming

3

2



a5, a6, a35, a36,
b15, b36, b39,
b40, c28,

C40,

B
4
(A20)

Bio
-
statistical experimental
design

3

2



C1, c2,
c38,

a4
,

B
4
(A26)

Cellular biochemistry

3

2



a4,a5, a9 a10, a41,
b10, b12, d6,

B
4
-
8

Aquaculture

3

2



a6 ,
a20, a36, b24,
b36, b39, b40,

b42.

c19,
C40,

B
4
(A75)

Topics in cell and
developm
ental biology

3

2




B
4
-
12

Breeding and cultivation
of fish

3

2



a6 , a20, a36, b24,
b36, b39, b40,

b42.

c19,
C40,

B
4
(B1
-
20)

Genetic control of insects

3

2



a3, a19, a26, a42,
b6, b13, b18, b20,
b32, b34, c5, c30,

B
4

Molecular anima
l
pathology

3

2



a4, a10, a30, b31,

b42,

c7, c31

B
4

Molecular entomology

3

2



a7,

a10, a25, a28,
a32, b8,





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iversity

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Genetic Engineering and
Biotechnology Research Institute.

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B
4
(B1
-
45)

Molecular entomology

3

2



b14, b31, b32,

c5,
c7, c20,

B
4
-
15

Genetics and breeding

of fish

3

2



a10, a35, b13,
b14, b19, b24,
b36, b39, b40, c2,
c8, c
19, c21,
C40,
d6, d7

B
4
-

(B624)

Environmental management
in animal agriculture

3

2



a24,
a30, a39,
b6,
b25,
b42,

B
4
(B7
-
11)

Culture of immortalized cells

3

2



a9, a11, a12, a15,
a31, a38, b8, b10,
b22, c4, c21, c22,

B
4
(B7
-
31)

Immuno
-
diagonistic
techn
iques

3

2



b8, b12, b14, b25,

B
4
(C

Electroporation protocols
for microorganisms

3

2



a9, a11,
a40, b19,
c22, c29,

B

Structure
-
function
relations of proteins

3

2



a27,

B

Physiological and
biochemical of host
pathogen relationship

3

2



a27,
a34, a41,
b14,

b25,


B4

Technologies in animal
reproduction

3

2



b25, b38, c14,
c18, a10, a18,
a22, a29, b6,

b41


C
-
101

Practical approaches in
PCR

3

2



a4
,
a7
,
a39
,
b8
,
b31
,




6. Programme admission requirements
:

6
-
1 M
.Sc.

degree:

-

Bachelor degr
ee from appropriate practical faculty from Egypt
ian

or an equivalent university with
general grade “GOOD”.

-

Diploma from the GEBRI institute
.
”.

6
-
2

Ph
.
D
.

degree:

-

Master's degree from the GEBRI institute or from recognizable equivalent one
.



7. Regulations

for progression and programme completion
.

A) For M. Sc.:





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iversity

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A.
7.1
-

Succefully completion of the required courses (18 units).
in addition to compulsory courses.

A.7.2
-

Approved c
ompletion of th
e

research experiments.

A.
7.3
-

Succefully passes of thesis open de
fense examination.

B)
For Ph
.
D
.
:

B. 7.1.

Succefully completion of the required courses (18 units).

B.7.2. Succefully passes of both oral and written qualifying examinations.

B.7.3.

Approved completion of the
research

experiments
.

B.
7.
4.

Succefully passes
of disserta
tion open defense examination.


8.
Evaluation of programme intended learning outcomes


No.

Evaluator

Tool

Sample

1

Senior students

Questionnaire and
open discussions

20

2

Alumni

Questionnaire and
open discussions

5

3

Stakeholders ( Employers)

Questionnaire and
open discussions

5

4

External Evaluator(s) (External
Examiner(s))

Questionnaire and
open discussions

2

5

Other

Questionnaire and
open discussions



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iversity

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iversity

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