School of Advanced Sciences and Technology
The school was established in September 2004 offering courses such as microbiology, cellular and molecular sciences for undergraduate level. In 2005, courses in genetics and biochemistry disciplines were offered for undergraduate students. The main aim and the purpose of this establishment is to train highly qualified and specialized graduates and postgraduate in the field of modern science technologies. Graduates from the offered courses will be able to carry out fundamental and applied researches applicable to the wealth and the health of the member of publics. The school of advanced sciences and technology has made significant cutting edge discoveries solving local issues by working alongside governmental and private sector.
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