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Students will learn the principles and applications of science, economics and management of animal and plant production, agribusiness, land and water management, and systems analysis.
In this programme, students will be introduced to the good laboratory practice, manufacturing practice, current food preservation techniques, food processing technologies and more.
This programme produces graduates with knowledge of the Chinese media industry and training in news writing, editing & production in both traditional media & new media.
This programme develops professional media personnel, journalists in particular, who are at the forefront of professional and technical developemnts in their area of specialisation.
This programme aims to equip students with in-depth knowledge & insightful appreciation of the fundamental concepts, theories & creative applications in the field of mass communication.
Throughout this programme, the students will be taught the fundamental principles of art and design, as well as trained in the technical execution of design works.
This programme aims to produce biomedical engineering graduates in engineering design; biomedical treatment (engineering) and diagnostics; and more.
This programme covers the engineering principles required to develop, design, operate and control the processes and plants that involve molecular changes.
UTAR's Bachelor of Science (Hons) Biomedical Science offered by the Faculty of Science is an interdiciplinary programme with a combination of biology and pre-clinical sciences.
The programme is designed to provide students with basic knowledge on various microorganisms, as well as the aspects related to physiology, immunology, biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology & medicine.
Bachelor of Science (Hons) Dietetics is a 4-year programme consisting of 12 trimesters. The programme incorporates a wide-ranging scope of knowledge required for Dietetics practice.