מסלול הלימודים במדעי הצמח
MSc Study Track in Plant Sciences
The Plant Sciences track trains students in all fields of Plant Sciences, including genetic engineering and molecular and developmental plant biology, plant biotechnology, plant ecology , plant diseases and interactions between plants and other organisms. Graduates of the track are entitled to the degree of MSc in Plant Sciences.
Students who have completed in their undergraduate studies with a final grade of 80 or above may be admitted to the graduate program in Plant Sciences. All students will go through an admissions committee. The admissions committee will determine whether the student will be accepted for graduate studies, and whether he or she will be required to take supplementary courses beyond the requirements of the track.
At least one of these laboratories: biochemistry, microbiology, cell molecular biology, genetics and plant physiology and advanced laboratory course.
Scope of studies for a master's degree - 30 semester hours
- Required faculty courses - 6 s/h
- Required track courses:
b. One of the two courses "Selected issues in Plant Sciences", A or B, on a scale of two credits.
c. In addition, students must choose at least two of the courses from the list.
|0455.3047||Plant developmental biology||4 s/h|
|0411.3129||Bioethics and biotechnology - Not given in 2019/2020||3 s/h|
|0455.3424||Plant-pathogen interactions||2 s/h|
|0455.3082||Ecology of Climate change||3 s/h|
|0455.3061||Population genetics and evolutionary theory||2 s/h|
|0119.5640||The world of Fungi (see the Medicine bulletin)||2 s/h|
|0455.3053||Marine biology||3 s/h|
|0466.4001||Molecular plant improvement - laboratory course||3 s/h|
|0411.4614||Selected issues in Plant Sciences A||2 s/h|
|0411.4615||Selected issues in Plant Sciences B - not given in 2019/20||2 s/h|
Students who have taken at least three of the courses on the list during their undergraduate studies
may choose other courses from the undergraduate and graduate programs in biology or medicine
n order to make up the required number of hours.
3. Elective courses - making up to 30 s/h