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Our Biomedical Sciences (Clinical Biochemistry) MSc is designed to provide you with the theoretical and practical skills and knowledge that will enable you to make important contributions in the field of clinical biochemistry. Studying our course, youll enhance your knowledge of clinical biochemistry, engage with contemporary issues and debates within the discipline, and develop your critical and analytical skills.The MSc contains specific modules in clinical biochemistry, such as endocrinology
Our Biomedical Sciences (Clinical Biochemistry) MSc is designed to provide you with the theoretical and practical skills and knowledge that will enable you to make important contributions in the field of clinical biochemistry. Studying our course, you'll enhance your knowledge of clinical biochemistry, engage with contemporary issues and debates within the discipline, and develop your critical and analytical skills.
The MSc contains specific modules in clinical biochemistry, such as endocrinology and metabolism and diagnostic clinical biochemistry, which you can apply to diagnostic biomedicine. You'll also have a choice of option modules related to molecular diagnostics or haematology.
Top reasons to study with us
You'll be taught by both our teaching staff of experienced clinical biochemists and experienced consultant biochemists from the NHS – this ensures that the course content is kept up-to-date with current developments in the field
The MSc has been designed to provide you with the broad range of skills and knowledge needed for diagnostic, academic and industrial laboratory practice
You'll develop the ability to use and critically evaluate a wide range of literature in the field, to research practically any area of interest in biomedical sciences
You’ll gain a range of transferable skills that will enhance your employability and open up research opportunities both in the UK and internationally.
A minimum of a lower second class honours degree (2:2). You must have at least a BSc Honours in Biomedical Sciences or a closely related subject. Professional qualification of equivalent status and associated work experience or an equivalent qualification deemed suitable by the course team.
Central London is the home of the University of Westminster (UoW), giving students unprecedented access to all that the capital has to offer, from its cultural theatre and museum districts and art and music scenes to the varied and exciting nightlife thatâs found all over the city. It was first established in 1838 as the Royal Polytechnic Institution and has since developed into a globally respected uni with around 20,000 individuals in its diverse student body. Students can choose from more than 200 degree courses, which are delivered across the uniâs four main campuses and provide the knowledge, skills and practical experiences needed for post-graduation.
Where you'll study
115 New Cavendish Street
CITY OF WESTMINSTER