The programme will develop your knowledge and understanding of a range of theoretical and practical skills relevant to the biotechnology industry; advance your understanding of the industry; and grow your research skills.
Your understanding of the principles of commercialisation in the biotechnology industry will be developed through either a bioindustry or work-related learning module. This combination of theory and practice will fully prepare you for employment in the biotechnology sector or for progression to further research.
The University’s Institute of Biomedical and Environmental Health Research (IBEHR) brings together life, physical and environmental scientists in a holistic approach to research. Your research skills are developed throughout the programme and applied in the individual research project.
You must have gained a second class BSc Hons or equivalent in Bioscience, Biotechnology or a related science degree.
Part time (day)
School of Health and Life Sciences