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A bachelor programme begins with a one year basic section of interdisciplinary studies.
The last two years you will specialise in one or two bachelor subjects.

Bioprocess Science (int)

The bachelor subject Bioprocess Science is an expanding interdisciplinary field that draws upon multiple areas of knowledge, but especially the molecular, environmental and medical biologic  subjects together with chemistry. You will acquire a solid understanding of key theories and principles of bioprocess science including industrial processes, biological products, drug development together with screening and selecting organisms that are optimal for biological production of specified products for medical, industrial, aquaculture or agriculture application.

How to study Bioprocess Science (int):

  • Intro to Chemistry (int)

    The bachelor subject chemistry and the chemistry research at Roskilde University aim at doing chemistry in a green way. This means studies in second generation bioethanol, optimization of solar cells, synthesis of new bioactive compounds, synthesis of new and useful natural products, clever use of surface active compounds and development of biosensors.

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    How the programme is structured

    A Bachelor in Bioprocess Science (int) + Chemistry (int) is part of an overall bachelor programme. You can choose between:

    First year of studies

    You will study the basic section of your programme. You will learn important aspects of disciplines relevant to your main academic area.

    Second and third year of studies

    You will specialise in one or two bachelor subjects.

    When you combine two subjects, your time of studies will be divided equally among the two. If you study a single subject bachelor, your second and third year of studies will be spent on a single subject.

    Admission requirements

    Admission requirements for Bioprocess Science (int)
    • No specific admission requirements

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

    Admission requirements for Chemistry (int)

    One of these following combinations:

    • Physics at Danish A-level and Chemistry at Danish B-level or 
    • Physics at Danish B-level and Chemistry at Danish A-level or 
    • Physics at Danish A-level and Biotechnology at Danish A-level or 
    • Geoscience at Danish A-level and Chemistry at Danish A-level

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

    Admission requirements for the Bachelor's degree

    Each bachelor programme has specific admission requirements. Find the requirements at the programmes' pages.

  • Intro to Computer Science (int)

    The main focus of the bachelor subject Computer Science is on software development and the design of IT systems. You will learn to plan, analyse, implement, test and document a programming assignment.

    More about Computer Science (int)

    How the programme is structured

    A Bachelor in Bioprocess Science (int) + Computer Science (int) is part of an overall bachelor programme. You can choose between:

    First year of studies

    You will study the basic section of your programme. You will learn important aspects of disciplines relevant to your main academic area.

    Second and third year of studies

    You will specialise in one or two bachelor subjects.

    When you combine two subjects, your time of studies will be divided equally among the two. If you study a single subject bachelor, your second and third year of studies will be spent on a single subject.

    Admission requirements

    Admission requirements for Bioprocess Science (int)
    • No specific admission requirements

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

    Admission requirements for Computer Science (int)
    • No specific admission requirements

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

    Admission requirements for the Bachelor's degree

    Each bachelor programme has specific admission requirements. Find the requirements at the programmes' pages.

  • Intro to Environmental Biology (int)

    The bachelor subject Environmental Biology focuses on the interaction between living animals, plants and micro-organisms and their physical, chemical and biological environment.

    More about Environmental Biology (int)

    How the programme is structured

    A Bachelor in Bioprocess Science (int) + Environmental Biology (int) is part of an overall bachelor programme. You can choose between:

    First year of studies

    You will study the basic section of your programme. You will learn important aspects of disciplines relevant to your main academic area.

    Second and third year of studies

    You will specialise in one or two bachelor subjects.

    When you combine two subjects, your time of studies will be divided equally among the two. If you study a single subject bachelor, your second and third year of studies will be spent on a single subject.

    Admission requirements

    Admission requirements for Bioprocess Science (int)
    • No specific admission requirements

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

    Admission requirements for Environmental Biology (int)

    One of the following combinations:

    • Physics at Danish B-level and Chemistry at Danish B-level or 
    • Physics at Danish B-level and Biotechnology at Danish A-level or 
    • Geoscience at Danish A-level and Chemistry at Danish B-level or
    • Chemistry at Danish B-level, Biology at Danish A-level and Physics at Danish C-level

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject

    Admission requirements for the Bachelor's degree

    Each bachelor programme has specific admission requirements. Find the requirements at the programmes' pages.

  • Intro to Mathematics (int)

    In Mathematics you will learn about the core elements of mathematics and how to work with basic research in mathematics, mathematical didactics and mathematical models in areas such as physics, epidemiology and physiology.

    More about Mathematics (int)

    How the programme is structured

    A Bachelor in Bioprocess Science (int) + Mathematics (int) is part of an overall bachelor programme. You can choose between:

    First year of studies

    You will study the basic section of your programme. You will learn important aspects of disciplines relevant to your main academic area.

    Second and third year of studies

    You will specialise in one or two bachelor subjects.

    When you combine two subjects, your time of studies will be divided equally among the two. If you study a single subject bachelor, your second and third year of studies will be spent on a single subject.

    Admission requirements

    Admission requirements for Bioprocess Science (int)
    • No specific admission requirements

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

    Admission requirements for Mathematics (int)
    • No specific admission requirements

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

    Admission requirements for the Bachelor's degree

    Each bachelor programme has specific admission requirements. Find the requirements at the programmes' pages.

  • Intro to Molecular Biology (int)

    Molecular Biology is the part of biology that concerns itself with macromolecules’ properties and interactions, and examines the function of genes and the function of the proteins that are formed. You will acquire a solid understanding of the key theories of biochemistry, cell biology, genetics and microbiology.

    More about Molecular Biology (int)

    How the programme is structured

    A Bachelor in Bioprocess Science (int) + Molecular Biology (int) is part of an overall bachelor programme. You can choose between:

    First year of studies

    You will study the basic section of your programme. You will learn important aspects of disciplines relevant to your main academic area.

    Second and third year of studies

    You will specialise in one or two bachelor subjects.

    When you combine two subjects, your time of studies will be divided equally among the two. If you study a single subject bachelor, your second and third year of studies will be spent on a single subject.

    Admission requirements

    Admission requirements for Bioprocess Science (int)
    • No specific admission requirements

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

    Admission requirements for Molecular Biology (int)

    One of the following combinations:

    • Physics at Danish B-level and Chemistry at Danish B-level or 
    • Physics at Danish B-level and Biotechnology at Danish A-level or
    • Geoscience at Danish A-level and Chemistry at Danish B-level or
    • Chemistry at Danish B-level, Biology at Danish A-level and Physics at Danish C-level

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor's programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

    Admission requirements for the Bachelor's degree

    Each bachelor programme has specific admission requirements. Find the requirements at the programmes' pages.