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Department of Biotechnology & Food Science
The Biotechnology and Food Science (BT) department of MIU seeks to motivate and equip students with a sound understanding of life and nature by providing a foundational diverse knowledge of life sciences: biotechnology, food science, and skills for effectively competing in future research within their respective fields.
All applicants must have completed or be expected to complete high school, secondary education, or an equivalent education prior to their enrollment. All applicants must give an entrance exam as part of the admission process.
The Entrance Exam consists of three sections: Grammar & Vocabulary, Essay.
70% Entrance Exam (20% Grammar / Essay 40% / Speaking 40%)
30% Statement of Purpose & Recommendation Letter
Year 1 : Foundation of scientific knowledge and thought Acquire basic scientific knowledge for further study and gain critical thinking through experiments on the basis of chemistry, biology, physics, and mathematics.
Year 2 : Acquisition of Academic Knowledge Expand their scientific knowledge in cellular and molecular perspectives to develop more practical applications.
Year 3 : Advanced Program Advance knowledge through industrial technology and health-linked courses and enhance skills through research, analysis, and presentation.
Year 4 : Concentration Strengthen professional skills required in biotechnology and food science research and obtain an ability to apply advanced knowledge to practical areas.
2nd floor, D Building
Meet our Faculties
Won Kyung Lee
Assistant Professor, Department Chair
Young Ae Kim
Jung Sun Park
Meet our Alumni
Tselmuun Chinzorig (MPH, Ph.D)
1. Visiting Researcher – Aichi Gakuin University, Division of Research and Treatment for Oral and Maxillofacial Congenital Anomalies
2. Administrative Coordinator – International Society of Oral Care
3. Coordinator – International Cleft Lip and Palate Foundation
4. CEO – Mongolian Society of Artificial Intelligence and Medicine
After graduating from MIU, she has been successfully managing her career as a biotechnologist, working at a project which was implemented at the Ministry of Education of Mongolia funded by the World Bank and as a public figure, creating movies, albums, theatrical performance and tremendous collaborations with other organizations, such as UN, UNDP, local and international NGOs. Besides all of her works, she has completed her master’s degree at the Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences. After completing her master’s degree, she received a Japanese Government Scholarship to continue her career further. Currently, she is affiliated with several organizations that are allocated in Japan.
- Skills develop in BT department is the ability to work in teams and on your own, excellent verbal communication skills, critical thinking, scientific thinking, safe use and disposal of chemical etc
- Medical & Pharmaceutical Researcher
- Agricultural & Food Scientist
- Research Associate
- Medical Scientist
- Biomedical Engineer
- Product Developer
- Food Technologist
- Food Analyst
- Health Policy Advisor
- Quality Control & Quality Analyst
- Laboratory Assistant