Masters | Postgraduate Course - Biomedical Studies Distance Learning MSc Course Details within London Metropolitan University

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Biomedical Studies Distance Learning MSc

Study Details

MSc: 2 years part-time online distance learning

This Biomedical Studies (Distance Learning) MSc is a flexible online course designed to help you undertake Continuing Professional Development (CPD), top-up your qualifications or progress to a postgraduate qualification in biomedical science. This course is ideal if you are already working in a biomedical science environment.

Module details

Year 1 modules include:

Advanced Immunology (core, 20 credits)
Bioethics, Research and Grant Proposal (core, 20 credits)
Research Project (Biomedical Science) (core, 60 credits)
Haemoglobinopathies (option, 10 credits)
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology in Health and Disease (option, 20 credits)
Introduction to Cell Biology (option, 10 credits)
Introduction to Cellular Pathology (option, 10 credits)
Introduction to Clinical Biochemistry (option, 10 credits)
Introduction to Clinical Genetics (option, 20 credits)
Introduction to Clinical Immunology (option, 20 credits)
Introduction to General Microbiology (option, 10 credits)
Introduction to Haematology (option, 10 credits)
Introduction to Immunology (option, 10 credits)
Introduction to Medical Microbiology (option, 20 credits)
Introduction to Molecular Biology and Genetics (option, 10 credits)
Introduction to Toxicology (option, 10 credits)
Introduction to Transfusion and Transplantation Science (option, 10 credits)

Entry Requirements

A first or second class honours first degree (or equivalent) in biomedical or life sciences subjects (that included appropriate biomedical content), although other subjects may be considered.

Student Destinations

Successful completion of these modules has helped our graduates be considered for promotion at work, usually within biomedical science environments for employers such as the National Health Service (NHS).

If you have two years of relevant professional experience, you’ll also be able to apply for membership of the IBMS.