Study Planner Information

1st to 4th Year Study Planner

Program Rules Course List

What do the different requirements mean?

  • Required for Major – a course required for this major
  • Recommended – a course which complements the major, but can be substituted for an elective
Year 1
Semester Required for Major Recommended
1 BIOL1020 Genes, Cells & Evolution
CHEM1100 Chemistry 11
MGTS1301 Introduction to Management

[ BIOL1030 Biodiversity & Our Environment
OR
PHYS1001 Mechanics & Thermal Physics I
OR
SCIE1000 Theory & Practice in Science ]
-
2 ACCT1101 Accounting for Decision Making
BIOL1040 Cells to Organisms
CHEM1200 Chemistry 21
STAT1201 Analysis of Scientific Data
-
Year 2
Semester Required for Major Recommended
1 BIOC2000 Biochem & Molecular Biology
CHEM2050 Chem Reactions & Mechanisms
CHEM2054 Experimental Chemistry

[ FINM2400 Managerial Finance
OR
FINM2401 Financial Management ]
-
2 BIOT2002 Issues in Biotechnology
CHEM2002 Physical Chemistry
TIMS3309 Fund Tech & Innovation Management
BIOL2202 Genetics
BIPH2000 Foundations of Biophysics
CHEM2052 Chemical Biology
MICR2000 Microbiology & Immunology
Year 3
Semester Required for Major Recommended
1 BIOT3009 Quality Management Systems in Biotechnology: GMP, GLP, GCP

[ CHEM3001 Synthesis & Mechanism Organic
OR
CHEM3004 Determinat of Molecular Struc ]

CHEM3013 Nanoscience: Self-assembly

[ IBUS2302 Globalisation & Business
OR
IBUS3303 Managing International Business Operations ]
BIOC3000 Biomolecular Structure & Funct
BIOL3004 Genomics & Bioinformatics
BIOL3006 Molecular Cell Biology
CHEE3305 Biomaterials
CHEE4034 Cell & Tissue Engineering
CHEE4301 Nanomaterial Characterisation
CHEM3001 Synthesis & Mechanism Organic
CHEM3004 Determinat of Molecular Struc
CHEM3010 Inorganic Chemistry
Choose a level 3 SCIE Project.2
2 BIOT3004 Commercialisation of Biotechno
CHEM3014 Nanoscience: Synthesis
CHEM3016 Advanced Experimental Chem
TIMS3302 Entrepreneurship
BIOC3003 Human Molec Genetics & Disease
BIOC3005 Molecular Systems Biology
CHEE3301 Polymer Engineering
CHEE4005 Polymer Rheology & Processing
CHEE4305 Biomaterials: Materials in Medicine
CHEM3008 Medicinal Chemistry
CHEM3011 Physical & Computational Chem
Choose a level 3 SCIE Project. 2


1. Students without Queensland Senior Chemistry should complete CHEM1090 before taking any other chemistry course.
2. Choose a project from: SCIE3011, SCIE3220, SCIE3221, SCIE3240, SCIE3241, SCIE3260, or SCIE3261. Please note some courses may also have a summer semester offering.

Option for Part B:

Year 4
Semester Required for Major Electives
1 RBUS6911 Commerce Honours Seminar
BIOT4070 Biotechnology Research Project
Choose #2 from Part A
2 BIOT4002 Literature Review
BIOT4020 Biotechnology Project A
Choose #4 from Part A

Option for Part C:

Year 4
Semester Course Code & Title Requirement
1 RBUS6911 Commerce Honours Seminar
BIOT6121/BIOT6122/BIOT6123 Research Project in Biotechnology1
Compulsory
2 BIOT6121/BIOT6122/BIOT6123 Research Project in Biotechnology1 Compulsory

1. Student are required to enrol in this course in Semester 1&2 for completion. The enrol code for students who commenced in Semester 1 will be BIOT6121 for both semesters. The enrol code for the student who commenced in Semester 2 will be BIOT6122. For more information about honours, please go here.

What will I study?

The Innovation Management Dual Majors prepare students for the growing focus of Biotechnology organizations and University/Public Sector based research groups on seeking markets for their scientific outputs. As the industry matures there is an increasing awareness of the need to be in tune with commercial realities. While Biotech is increasingly interdisciplinary, relying on teams of scientists with varying backgrounds to make discoveries, it also relies on input from a variety of professions to achieve market outcomes. This requires some understanding of the essentials of intellectual property law, financing ventures, managing people, building networks and alliances, competing internationally, managing projects, marketing products and services, and planning for growth in a competitive environment. These new dual majors will allow students to develop the business skills required to complement their science skills and so to be more competitive in the Biotechnology field, whether they choose to work in the public or private sector.