Postgraduate Courses

MSc Biomedical Sciences

This course aims to give students an understanding of the biology of disease processes in humans, the principles of treatment of such diseases, and the underlying biological disciplines which enable us to study and explain them. This course is ideal if you: are a recently qualified graduate and are looking for the professional skills needed to undertake a career in a biomedical or pharmaceutical company; are working in an organisation and want a Master-level qualification to give you a competitive edge; require the knowledge, skills and experience needed to undertake study for a research degree in this field; are an international student who would like to study abroad; would like a course delivered by experienced research academics. You will study: Molecular Biology and DNA Technology Cell Culture and Antibody Technology Biology of Disease Pharmacology Special Topics in Molecular Biology (option) Business and Bioethics (option) Research methods and IT Research Project

Institution: Nottingham Trent University
Department: School of Biomedical & Natural Sciences
Entry: Minimum 2:2 in a Biological Subject
Funding: 4,000 (Home/EU), 9,250 (International), 2,250p.a.(p/t) - 2006-2007 entry
Starting: October
Address: Clifton Campus, Clifton Lane, Nottingham, NG11 8NS
Telephone: 0115 8483040
Contact: Nicole Burton
More Information: http://www.ntu.ac.uk/prospective_students/course_finder/index.cfm?p=2&course=AE4F9BB1-2B45-4467-B36C-526E5E3CA214

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