The Cell and Molecular Biology degree course focuses on how human cells function in health and disease. The surge in biotechnology industries in Scotland has led to predictions of a rise in employment in this sector and excellent career prospects for graduates.
Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Natural Sciences & Mathematics
3 years | Full time
Introduction to Microbiology, Mechanisms of Cellular Regulation, Core Skills in Biosciences 2, Immunology, Genes and Bioinformatics, Fundamental Cell Biology, Practical Skills for Biomolecular Sciences.
Molecular Diagnostics, Biotechnology, Fundamentals of Drug Action, Cellular Signalling and Trafficking, Pharmacology of Chemical Mediators or Microbial Genomes, Novel Therapies and Cell Technologies, Experimental Design and Analysis, Option: Placement.
Biology of Disease, Pharmacology: Special topics, Molecular Microbiology or Neuropharmacology, Cell Interactions and Networks, Project and Workshops (double module).
Only one is required