Biotechnology management Is the approach of planning, organizing, operating, and administering the application of scientific and engineering principles to process the resources by biological agents to supply goods and service.
Biotechnology Management Courses
Required Elective Courses
2300261 INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
Introduction to manufacturing operation; manufacturing management; scientific management; theory of motivation and leadership; principles of manufacturing design and control.
2602313 MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION
Fundamental concepts and characteristics of organization; principles of management; managerial process in organization; organizational culture and external environment; managerial ethics and social responsibilities; major management functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling; techniques in planning and controlling; foundations of human resource management and organizational behavior; group management; motivation; managing in international environment.
2605311 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
Basic concepts and functions of marketing; marketing environment; marketing information systems and marketing research; consumer behavior; segmentation; selection of targeted market; product positioning; product management; pricing; channels and distribution; logistics management and supply chain; marketing promotions; international marketing; social marketing.
Relationship between science and technology and economic system; innovation and intellectual property management; operational cycle from science and technology to business world; research development to innovative products; field trip and case study.
2300364 CLEAN BIOTECHNOLOGY
Use of biotechnology to produce microorganisms, plants, animals and their components; and to transform them into new products with environmentally-friendly solutions and production processes. Examples include development of genetically-modified organisms that survive under certain environmental conditions e.g. microorganisms used to clean up pollutants, plants that express a pesticide, which eliminate the need for external application of chemicals; or biotechnology that transforms organisms for production of biofuels, bioenergy, biofibers, biomaterials; and biochemicals e.g. fuel from marine algae, agricultural growth enhancers extracted from seaweed, and cellulose-based chemicals.
2308341 SCIENCE COMMUNICATION
Overview of science communication; definition and philosophy of science communication; processes and components of science communication; methodology and strategies in science communication; roles and characteristics of science communicators; practice on science communication project works.