Diploma specialist program
A diploma specialist program in bioengineering and bioinformatics involves the study of a range of subjects related to these fields, including biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, and mathematics. The program is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of the principles and techniques used in bioengineering and bioinformatics, as well as the skills and knowledge needed to apply these principles and techniques in a variety of settings.
The duration of a diploma specialist program is five years, and upon graduation, students are awarded a diploma specialist qualification in bioengineering and bioinformatics. This qualification is recognized as equivalent to a master's degree in other countries and can open up a range of career opportunities in research and industry, as well as provide a solid foundation for further study at the graduate level.
A master's program in genetic engineering is a graduate-level program that is designed to provide students with advanced training in the principles and techniques of genetic engineering. This field involves the use of genetic engineering techniques to modify or manipulate the genes of living organisms for a variety of purposes, including research and biotechnology applications.
A master's program in genetic engineering typically involves the advanced study of subjects such as molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, and biotechnology, and is designed to provide students with a strong foundation in these areas, as well as the practical skills needed to apply these principles in a laboratory setting. The program is two years in duration, and upon graduation, students are awarded a master's degree in genetic engineering, which can open up a range of career opportunities in research, industry, and academia.
The postgraduate programs in “Mathematical biology, bioinformatics” (03.01.09, Russian sector) and "Biophysics, bioinformatics” (Գ․00.02, Armenian sector) provide students with advanced training and research experience in a bioinformatics and computational biology, and prepare them for careers in research, academia, and other related fields. These programs are four and three years in duration, respectively, and lead to the award of a PhD degree.
Postgraduate programs typically involve a combination of coursework and research, and are designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to conduct independent research and make original contributions to their field. They may also involve opportunities for students to present their research at conferences and publish their findings in academic journals.