Cell and Molecular BiologyAnglia Ruskin University
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- Bachelor's degree
- Cambridge (Inglaterra)
¿Qué aprendés en este curso?
Cell and Molecular Biology is an exciting and constantly developing area of the life sciences. Progress in our knowledge and understanding of life at this level has contributed to major developments in medical biology, biotechnology and agriculture, as well as in biology itself. A significant number of Nobel Prizes for medicine and physiology, as well as several for chemistry, have been awarded for research of a cellular and molecular nature - a testament to the huge importance of this subject.
Our Cell and Molecular Biology course takes you from the basics which underpin the subject right through to the forefront of current knowledge. It will provide an excellent preparation for a variety of careers, both subject related and generic.
The opportunity to spend two semesters at one of our partner institutions in the United States or Europe will allow you to add an international dimension to your studies, and to experience a new and exciting learning environment.
Year one core modules
- Core Biology
- Introduction to Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Foundations of Cell Biology
- Human Anatomy and Physiology I
- Human Anatomy and Physiology II
- Comparative Mammalian Physiology
- General Microbiology
- Form and Function
Year two core modules
- Preparation for Research
- Laboratory Techniques for the Biomedical Sciences
- DNA and Gene Manipulation
- Principles of Genetics
- Microbial Applications
- Metabolism and its Control
- Principles of Pathology
Year three core modules
- Undergraduate Research Project
- Medical Genetics
- Clinical Immunology
- Human Pathology
- Special Topics in Cell and Molecular Biology
- Molecular Cell Biology
- Microbial Pathogenicity
A wide range of modern, dynamic learning and teaching methods are employed. The methods used have been designed to meet the specific learning outcomes of the course. Assessment includes coursework and formal examinations.
Career opportunities: Many recent graduates have gone on to pursue research (either by becoming a research assistant, or via an Mphil or PhD). Others have chosen to complete a PGCE and go into education, or have found work in publishing or industry, particularly in biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. A degree in Cell and Molecular Biology will provide excellent preparation for a variety of careers, both subject specific and generic.