Course code: #369 - 669
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Strong foundational program in biotechnology with training in unit operations and instrumentation.
Graduates are ready for in-demand careers in the biotechnology field, one of the most rapidly expanding fields in Canada.
Fundamentals of biotechnology, microbiology, pharmacology, genetics, bioinformatics and bioengineering.
Explore scientific methods and experimental techniques in accordance with accepted principles of quality assurance and manufacturing in the biotech industry
Gain knowledge and skills in scientific methods and experimental techniques using established principles of quality assurance and manufacturing.
How to perform tasks in the following areas:
DNA analysis using electrophoresis, and PCR (polymerase chain reaction)
Protein analysis using electrophoresis, blotting and chromatography
Micropipetting, extractions, titrations, centrifugation and pH measurements using GLP (good laboratory practices)
Instrumentation including spectrometry
Basic techniques in microbiology
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English for Academic Purposes (EAP) at Mohawk is a series of 8 levels of 7-week courses designed to develop students’ language skills from pre-beginner to college level English. 18 – 24 hours of synchronous and asynchronous hours, varying by level.
With six start dates, the EAP program accommodates students at different times throughout the year and is also for those who wish only a short-term period of academic language instruction.
At the higher levels of EAP, students have the opportunity to earn two post-secondary credits toward their diploma program.
High School - Grade 12
The College uses a percentage grading system of 1 to 100%, and the course passing grade for most courses is 50%. Promotion to the next semester requires a weighted grade point average of 60% subject to the rules outlined in the Program Promotion and Graduation Requirements Policy PDF.
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