The program consists of six academic semesters taken over the course of three years. Students atend between 25 to 30 hours of lectures and excercises per week.
In total, the program consists of 140 academic credits.
In addition to traditional classroom lectures, students also engage in exciting real world projects in the field. around the world. For example, the College's biotechnology students are currently participating in an EU-funded research effort called Project Bio-Explore, a large-scale biotechnology research study examining possible therapeutic uses for local plants. The project is being conducted in cooperation with researchers from the United States, Spain, Greece and the Palestinian Authority.
Further information on the Bio-Explore program can be found at the project site.