The programme provides the underpinning academic learning for the continuing professional development of biomedical scientists and is designed to give graduates the knowledge and intellectual skills required to provide, develop and advance specialist scientific services within healthcare systems.
Introduction to clinical microbiology; molecular biology and pathogenesis; professional and research skills; public health and communicable disease control; antimicrobials; clinical microbiology and infection control; laboratory management; project and dissertation.
Course Additional Entry
Minimum of a 2.1 degree in biomedical science (or degree with a significant content of medical microbiology) or equivalent.
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