BSc Applied Genetics

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  • Objectives
    Features of the Biological Sciences programmes include:

    * a range of module choices to suit your subject interests
    * different combinations of modules which qualify you for one of the named specialist awards
    * placements in research labs and pharmaceutical companies both home and abroad
    * research projects using state-of-the-art equipment
    * a Graduate Development Programme which supports key skills and employability throughout the degree
  • Entry requirements

    GCSE: English, Maths required; Biology, Chemistry and Physics preferred
    Tariff points range: 180-220
    Specific subjects: Biology or Chemistry, plus another science subject
    Relevant subjects: Chemistry, Biology
    Access: Yes
    Baccalaureate EB %: 64-68
    Baccalaureate IB pts: 24-26
  • Academic title
    BSc Applied Genetics
  • Course description

    Year 1

    -Biological Molecules
    -Microbiology 1
    -Cell Biology
    -Human Physiology and Pharmacology A
    -Introduction to Human Disease
    -Metabolic Biochemistry
    -Analysis of Biological Molecules
    -Human Physiology and Pharmacology B
    -Introduction to Human Pathology
    -Scientific Data Analysis
    -Plant Physiology

    Year 2

    -Experimental Design and Analysis
    -Molecular Genetics
    -Molecular Biology of the Cell
    -Applied Genetics          

    -Molecular Aspects of Disease
    -Human Physiology
    -Microbiology 2
    -Immunology of Disease
    -Human Evolution
    -Presenting Science
    -Plant Growth and Survival          

    -Drugs and Disease
    -Brain Biology and Behaviour
    -Studies in Biology of Disease
    -Medicinal Chemistry          

    Final Year

    -The Functioning Genome
    -Genome Analysis     

    -Molecular Microbiology
    -Medical Genetics     

    -Cell Signalling
    -Clinical Biochemistry
    -Medical Microbiology
    -Human Pathophysiology
    -Sports Physiology
    -Brain Function and Disorder
    -Antimicrobial Agents
    -Cellular Pathology
    -Transfusion and Transplantation Science
    -Exercise, Drugs and Addiction
    -Environmental Plant Physiology
    -Psychology of Sport and Exercise
    -Sustainable Environmental Biotechnology
    -Advanced Topics in Anthropology
    -Metals and Living Systems
    -Professional Practice module (for students that have successfully completed a placement year)

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