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  • 1. Budapest University of Technology and Economics BUTE, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2. András Salgó Head of Department Applied Biotechnology and Food Science Bioengineering education at BUTE: Before and after Bologna process
  • 3. BUTE = BME
    • Biggest institute of Hungarian higher education in engineering
    • Eight faculties, 75 depts or institutes
    • 18 000 students, 2500 staff
    • Research university with strong scientific and industrial activities
  • 4. Bioengineering education
    • Planned, structured and organized by Faculty of Chemical Engineering
    • Founded 1974
    • First release of bioengineers in 1979
    • Interdisciplinar and inter-university approach
  • 5. The complicated „Bio World” Different possible approaches
  • 6. Chemistry Engineering Biology What is „Bioengineering” or Biochemical Engineering ? Strong view, contemplation and knowledge in chemistry and related area. Interdisciplinarity The three different area are equally important
  • 7. How bioengineering education started ?
    • Early 70ties planned, structured and organized
    • Founded 1974
    • Curriculum of chemical and bioengineering education was fitted
  • 8. The structure of education
  • 9. The curriculum of education
  • 10. The curriculum of subbranch
  • 11. Subbranches
    • Industrial Biotechnology
    • Clinical Chemistry and Healthcare
    • Food Quality Control
    • Agricultural and Food Technology
    • Environmental Protection
    10 semester, lab-practice is min. 35 % Interuniversity – University of Natural Sciences ELTE - University of Medicine SOTE
  • 12. Typical subjects offered by cooperating universities
    • Genetics, Microbial genetics
    • Immunology, Cell biology,
    • Clinical Chemistry, Botanical Bases
    • Human physiology, Zoological Bases
    • Pathophysiology Ecology
    • Pharmacology
    • Practical methodology in human trials
  • 13. Early results
    • First release of bioengineers in 1979
    • 60-70 bioengineers graduated/year
    • All graduated student found job
    • 1993 Introduction the ECTS system
    • Increasing mobility of students
    • 10 semester system, only some fine tuning in curriculum
  • 14. Bologna process 2003-
    • Engineering education at BSc level 7 semester=210 credit (Hungarian stnd)
    • Bioengineering BSc established 2004 only one in Hungary
    • Bioengineering BSc started 2005/autumn
    • Basic studies 160 credits
    • Differentiated branch subjects 50 credits
    • 4 branches: Applied Biotechnology, Clinical Chemistry and Healthcare, Food Quality Control, Environmental Protection bioengineers
  • 15. Applied Biotechnology Branch Basic subjects 160 Branch subjects 50 credit Separation Methods in Biotechnology, Bioprocess Technology, Microbial Genetics, Agricultural Chemical Technology, Food Technology, Environmental Protection, Bioproduct Technology, Enzymology, Electronics and Process Control, Plastics, Thesis Management, Micro- and Macroeconomy, Quality Assurance, Business Law General Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Microbiology, Cell Biology, Organic Chemistry, Basics of Environmental Protection, Nanotechnology and Colloid Chemistry, Genetics, General Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Unit Operation and Processes in Bioengineering, Biometry, Biomolecular Chemistry, Process Control, Biosafety, Microbial Physiology, Unit Operation, Mechanics, Computer Science, Industrial Planning
  • 16. Food Quality Control Branch Basic subjects 160 Branch subjects 50 credit Food Chemistry and Nutrition, Food Analysis, Food Industrial Microbiology, Agricultural Chemical Technology, Food Technology, Food Technology Lab Practice, Food Safety and Food Assurance, Plastics, Thesis Management, Micro- and Macroeconomy, Quality Assurance, Business Law General Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Microbiology, Cell Biology, Organic Chemistry, Basics of Environmental Protection, Nanotechnology and Colloid Chemistry, Genetics, General Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Unit Operation and Processes in Bioengineering, Biometry, Biomolecular Chemistry, Process Control, Biosafety, Microbial Physiology, Unit Operation, Mechanics, Computer Science, Industrial Planning
  • 17. Clinical Chemistry/Healthcare Branch Basic subjects 160 Branch subjects 50 credit Human Anathomy, Human Physiology, Pathophysiology, Clinical Chemistry, Food Chemistry and Nutrition, Separation Methods in Biotechnology, Sanitation Microbiology, Nutritional Biochemistry and Diethetics, Plastics, Thesis Management, Micro- and Macroeconomy, Quality Assurance, Business Law General Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Microbiology, Cell Biology, Organic Chemistry, Basics of Environmental Protection, Nanotechnology and Colloid Chemistry, Genetics, General Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Unit Operation and Processes in Bioengineering, Biometry, Biomolecular Chemistry, Process Control, Biosafety, Microbial Physiology, Unit Operation, Mechanics, Computer Science, Industrial Planning
  • 18. Environmental Protection Branch Basic subjects 160 Branch subjects 50 credit Environmental Analytics, Separation Methods in Biotechnology, Environmental Biotechnology, Ecology, Environmental Protection, Water and Waste Biotechnology, Electronics and Process Control, Air and Water Protection, Plastics, Thesis Management, Micro- and Macroeconomy, Quality Assurance, Business Law General Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Microbiology, Cell Biology, Organic Chemistry, Basics of Environmental Protection, Nanotechnology and Colloid Chemistry, Genetics, General Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Unit Operation and Processes in Bioengineering, Biometry, Biomolecular Chemistry, Process Control, Biosafety, Microbial Physiology, Unit Operation, Mechanics, Computer Science, Industrial Planning
  • 19. Recent experiences (5th semester)
    • Decreased ability and knowledge in chemistry
    • Sligth reduction in general knowledge
    • Strong segregation in students population
    • The practical capability decrease
    • More self-managed, independent work needed
    • No real approach about the possible employments of students having BSc
    • MSc outlook
  • 20. Next step is MSC
    • Established 2006
    • Bioengineering MSc will start in Spring 2009
    • Starting process requested at Hungarian Accrediatation Committee.
    • 30-35% of BSc students can be involved
    • Qualification exam for students outside
    • Structure is similar to BSc – 4 subbranches
  • 21. MSc structure (120 credit) Applied Biotechnology Branch Economy, Technology Management, Communication, Quality Direction, Biosafety Biometry 2, Differential Equations, Biophysics, Transgenic Organisms, Novel Methods in Molecular Biology, Immunology Methods Bioregulation, Bioinformatic 1, Analytical Chemistry 2, Bioproduct Technology, Food Technology and Wastes Bioenergy, Renewable Materials, Green Chemistry, Bioreactors and Reactor Engineering, Applied Biodegradation, Industrial Microbiology, Bioinformatics 2 (Proteomics), Bioiorganic Chemistry, Individual Project, Diploma Thesis Basic 52 credit Branch 68 credit
  • 22. MSc structure (120 credit) Food Quality Control Branch Economy, Technology Management, Communication, Quality Direction, Biosafety Biometry 2, Differential Equations, Biophysics, Transgenic Organisms, Novel Methods in Molecular Biology, Immunology Methods Bioregulation, Bioinformatic 1, Analytical Chemistry 2, Bioproduct Technology, Food Technology and Wastes Nutritional Biochemistry, Functional Food, Food Safety, Modern Separation Methods in Analysis, Molecular Biological Analysis and Diagnostics, Human Microbiology, Packaging Materials, Novel Methods in Food Analysis, Individual Project, Diploma Thesis Basic 52 credit Branch 68 credit
  • 23. MSc structure (120 credit) Clinical Chemistry/Healthcare Branch Economy, Technology Management, Communication, Quality Direction, Biosafety Biometry 2, Differential Equations, Biophysics, Transgenic Organisms, Novel Methods in Molecular Biology, Immunology Methods Bioregulation, Bioinformatic 1, Analytical Chemistry 2, Bioproduct Technology, Food Technology and Wastes Pathobiochemistry, Drug Chemistry, Pharmacology, Nutritional Biochemistry, Functional Food, Modern Separation Methods in Analysis, Molecular Biological Analysis and Diagnostics, Human Microbiology, Human Virology, Individual Project, Diploma Thesis Basic 52 credit Branch 68 credit
  • 24. MSc structure (120 credit) Environmental Protection Branch Economy, Technology Management, Communication, Quality Direction, Biosafety Biometry 2, Differential Equations, Biophysics, Transgenic Organisms, Novel Methods in Molecular Biology, Immunology Methods Bioregulation, Bioinformatic 1, Analytical Chemistry 2, Bioproduct Technology, Food Technology and Wastes Bioenergy, Renewable Materials, Green Chemistry, Bioreactors and Reactor Engineering, Applied Biodegradation, Environmental Risk Assessment, Environmental Toxicology, Environmental Chemistry, Sustainable Environmental Technology, Individual Project, Diploma Thesis Basic 52 credit Branch 68 credit
  • 25. Follow-up statistics 2004 2003 2002
  • 26. Conclusions
    • Linear education system developed (BSc-MSc-PhD)
    Stronger selection between students and unis Competition for student and also between universities will increase The „demands” of industry has to be monitored continuously Continuous development of curriculum and subjects needed (the „bioarea” change very fast)
  • 27. More information
    • Please visit web site:
    • htpp.://biokemia.bme.hu or
    • htpp.://biochem.bme.hu
    • [email_address]
  • 28. Budapest University of Technology and Economics BUTE, Budapest, Hungary