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Biomedical Sciences (MSci)

Award
Integrated Masters degree in Science
Duration
4 years
Course Type
Full-time
Campus
Highfield
UCAS Course code
B991

About this course

This flexible integrated master's in biomedical sciences (MSci) focuses on the exploration and understanding of human disease at all levels. It combines biochemistry, physiology, neuroscience, cell biology, genetics and pharmacology. As you progress you can tailor your studies to focus on the areas that most interest you.

Biomedical science provides advances in vital areas, including:

  • investigating potential treatments for Alzheimer’s disease

  • finding the causes of cystic fibrosis

  • improving our understanding and treatment of cancer

On our biomedical sciences master's degree, you'll benefit from our research-rich environment. We're home to the UK's first Cancer Immunology Research Centre and we're a lead university of the Biofilms Institute.

As part of this course you can:

  • develop the vital skills required for advanced biomedical research

  • build advanced knowledge in specific areas of biomedical sciences

  • work alongside our research staff on 2independent research projects

  • spend a semester studying at a university in Europe or Australasia

  • gain valuable experience from a year in employment

  • develop sought-after transferable skills

This course is part of our Innovation Curriculum, so you'll have the option to take some modules from other subject areas.

Course location

This course is based at Highfield.

Awarding body

This qualification is awarded by the University of Southampton.

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Changes due to COVID-19

Although the COVID-19 situation is improving, any future restrictions could mean we might have to change the way parts of our teaching and learning take place in 2021 to 2022. We're working hard to plan for a number of possible scenarios. This means that some of the information on this course page may be subject to change.

Find out more on our COVID advice page.

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