Master of Science (M.Sc) Applied Genetics
in Indian Academy Center for Research and Postgraduate Studies, Bangalore
Course detail and Structure
Master of Science (M.Sc.) Applied Genetics is a 2 years postgraduate course in Indian Academy Center for Research and Postgraduate Studies. The students are given advanced knowledge in applied genetics. It is a study of genes that reveals information about a persons’ DNA that has been accumulated over evolution of a man. The students are taught application of genetics in molecular biology, developmental biology, medical sciences, agriculture, horticulture, etc. The students at the end of the course can become a research scientist.
Master of Science (M.Sc.) Applied Genetics
Candidate must have passed their B.Sc Degree with optionals, with any three of the following subjects: chemistry, biochemistry, applied botany, botany, applied zoology, zoology, environmental science, microbiology, biotechnology, genetics, applied genetics or sericulture from a recognised board with aggregate 50% marks
Placement and Career
The college placement cell offers:
Training and development of the student
Campus interview opportunities
Job wise Analysis
They are responsible for conducting DNA testing and analyse the genetical information, database to find information regarding family history and personality traits of a person. They help creating treatment plans for any genetic disorder.