This degree program is typically delivered over 16 months. In that time you’ll be able to specialise in genomics, bioinformatics, clinical biochemistry and diagnostics, the pathobiology of genetic disorders and neurodegenerative diseases, or in infectious diseases.
Students who wish to receive a full MSc award mist complete 12 credits of modules (detailed below) as well as a research project worth a further 60 credits.
- Advanced Biological Aspects of Disease
Here you’ll study the latest research on disease and treatment.
- Analytical Techniques
This module focuses on the instrumentation of bioscience research and experimental analysis.
- Clinical Biochemistry and Diagnostic Techniques
Here you’ll learn about the latest diagnostic techniques in a clinical context.
- Genomics and Bioinformatics
Here you’ll learn about the latest advances in genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics.
- Pathobiology of Genetic Disorders and Neurodegenerative Disease
You’ll explore the basis of diseases like Parkinson’s, epilepsy and Alzheimer’s.
- Pathobiology of Infectious Diseases
Here you’ll study important pathogens and their effects on humans in detail.