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BSc Pharmacology & Molecular Genetics

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  • Objectives
    The Pharmacology & Molecular Genetics degree is jointly organised by the Departments of Pharmacology and Biochemistry in recognition of the need for graduates who are conversant in the concepts and techniques of both disciplines.
  • Entry requirements
    We ask for 320 UCAS points i.e. AAC or ABB A level grades. Our teaching does not presuppose any previous knowledge of computer science and in selecting candidates for admission we do not insist on evidence of prior competence in computer programming.
  • Academic Title
    BSc Pharmacology & Molecular Genetics
  • Course description
    BSc Pharmacology & Molecular Genetics


    Year 1

    -Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: Biochemical Reactions & Metabolism
    -Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: Cell Biology & Genetics
    -Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: Chemistry of the Cell
    -From Cells to Systems
    -Fundamentals of Pharmacology
    -Practice of Biomedical Science
    -Physiological Systems

    Year 2

    -Drug Discovery & Development
    -Drugs & Disease B
    -Gene Cloning & Gene Expression
    -Human & Molecular Genetics

    Year 3

    -Applications of Molecular Genetics
    -Cell and Molecular Pharmacology
    -Molecular Genetics of Model Organisms
    -Extended Research Project in Molecular Science
    -Pharmacology Research Project or
    -Extended Pharmacology Research Project

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