The didactic regime of the course is of units of credits obtained in the classes, activities and elaboration of the dissertation work. For the calculation of credits, theoretical, practical, theoretical-practical classes, seminars, participation in scientific congresses, publication in indexed journals, guided or supervised internships and elaboration of the dissertation will be included. Each credit unit corresponds to 15 hours of class.
The Masters course in Biotechnology and Natural Resources will have 100 units of credits at least, that is, 1,500 hours of programmed activity, being 25 credits in disciplines and 75 in research activities in odrer to prepare a dissertation. The optrional courses, indicated in each specialty or according to the research field, are equivalent to 15 credits. The student will be able to obtain up to 5 credits in other activities such as presentation of work in congresses and work published or accepted for publication.
Credits obtained by the regular student in disciplines or activities in other Stricto Sensu Graduate courses accredited by CAPES may be accepted through prior analysis of the supervisor and approval of the Program Coordination.