Bachelor's degrees

Current year courses

Bachelor's degree in Biotechnology
The course offers a basic preparation in the field of biotechnology in both theoretical and experimental aspects. The graduate will be able to critically perform experimental biotechnological procedures, learning the correct use of the appropriate instruments, analyzing and integrating the information obtained.
These competences will be achieved through the study of basic scientific subjects including mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology, along with subjects able to provide molecular and cellular knowledge of biological systems as well as an adequate technological culture and skills for biological data management by informatics tools.
The training also includes specific courses in the agri-food, environmental-industrial-bioresources, and molecular-medical sectors. In support of traditional teaching, the course includes intense laboratory activity in all the years of the course and a final internship to be held at a university laboratory or accredited company.
The course aims to train competent professionals in the biotechnological and related fields (biological, biochemical, microbiological).
The employment opportunities mainly concern the chemical and chemical-pharmaceutical industry, public and private research laboratories in the health, agri-food and environmental sectors and technology transfer and services companies.
The degree course in Biotechnology is scheduled access with admission test.
For the academic year 2018/19 the available places are 120.
The admission test includes questions in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
In the event that a student is admitted to the course having obtained an overall score of less than 6 in the two tests of Mathematics and Physics and overall less than 4 in the two tests of Chemistry and Biology, additional learning requirements (OFA) must be completed within the first year of the course.

Degree representative: Prof.ssa Tiziana Pandolfini
Bachelor's degree in Viticultural and Oenological Science and Technology

The course is held in an ancient Villa (XVI century) in the hearth of Valpolicella that is one of the top wine region in Italy. The teaching staff is composed by researchers whose activities are devoted – in part or completely - to the fields of viticulture and oenology. The degree course in Viticultural and Oenological Science and Technology is scheduled access with admission test. The aim of the course is to give the student competencies useful for the employment not only in technical or commercial position in the field of viticulture and oenology but also in wineries, laboratories and trade associations.

The course offers a preparation in basic scientific subjects including mathematics, statistics, physics, chemistry and biology along with subjects able to provide knowledge concerning the analysis of the processes underlying wine industry such as agricultural chemistry, plant protection, genetics, microbiology and economy. The training also includes professional courses covering viticulture, oenology, marketing and wine process engineering. The course enables the graduate to obtain the European title of “oenologist” and to have access to several master degree courses.

President of the course and degree representative is Prof. Zeno Varanini.


Courses not currently running

Bachelor in Agroindustrial Biotechnology (until 2008-2009 academic year) Course partially running (all years except the first)
The Bachelor degree in Agroindustrial Biotechnology supplies a solid basic training (biotechnology and methodology) focused mainly on the agroindustrial sector which also allows the student to acquire the flexibility which is necessary to carry out his professional activity within the other biotechnical fields as well as in scientific communication. In particular, the course offers a good basic knowledge, both theoretical and experimental, of biological systems and their use when obtaining the goods and services related to the agroindustrial sector, integrating a techno-scientific background with aspects linked to the norms and problems of conduct and ethics. Lastly, the degree course develops students' ability to use good English as well as the acquisition of the skills and tools needed for communication and information management.
Bachelor in Viticultural and Oenological Science and Tecnology (until 2006-2007 academic year) Course partially running
The Bachelor degree in Viticultural and Oenological Science and Technology aims to supply general knowledge related to this agricultural sector (with particular reference to the quality- quantitative aspects of production and the problems of agroforestry land) and specific knowledge and operational, managerial and laboratory skills in the complex field of viticulture and oenology so as to respond quickly and flexibly to rapid market evolution. For this reason the course sets out to teach the efficient use in this specific area of at least one European language, besides Italian, as well as providing a good knowledge of the skills and tools needed for communication and information management.
University Degree in the Science and Technology of Viticulture and Winemaking (University program until academic year 2008/2009) Course partially running
Bachelor's degree in Bioinformatics (until 2008-2009) Course partially running
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