Bachelor's degrees

Current year courses

Bachelor's degree in Biotechnology
Bachelor's degree in Viticultural and Oenological Science and Technology
Bachelor's degree in Bioinformatics
The Degree in Bioinformatics integrates knowledge of programming, algorithms, systems and architectures, and computer science fundamentals, with basic knowledge of chemistry, biochemistry and biology, such as cell biology. This combination provides the necessary training to work in a new cutting edge field at the forefront of computer science and biology which, for example, has made human genome sequencing possible. The programme provides the skills needed to work in applied computer science for medicine and biology, sectors which are increasingly using information technology for tasks such as accessing genomic databases and analysing data from biotechnology laboratories. The degree programme lays the foundation to address specific topics in advanced bioinformatics that will have a growing impact on medicine and natural sciences in the years to come, for example: modelling and simulation of biological processes, drug development and innovative treatments, and understanding biomolecular phenomena.

Courses not currently running

Bachelor in Agroindustrial Biotechnology (until 2008-2009 academic year) Course partially running
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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