The Biological Sciences (Honours) at the University of Westminster enables you to focus on molecular science, human biology or applied biosciences, or take a route designed speciﬁcally toward your own interests.
They offer you the chance to explore cutting-edge topics in molecular biology and genetics, microbiology, the urban environment, global challenges, pharmacology, and biological applications. With a passion for scientiﬁc enquiry, our modules are research driven. You will have the chance to select a laboratory based ﬁnal-year project, giving you experience in the latest methods and developments in medical and scientiﬁc research.
The Biological Sciences BSc has been designed to provide a thorough knowledge of biosciences and to equip you with vital transferable skills that will help you to succeed in scientific and non-science careers.
Graduates have gone on to success in a wide range of careers, including graduate management programmes, healthcare management, medicine and biomedical research, forensics, pharmaceutical sciences and teaching.
The ﬂexibility offered within the Biological Sciences degree will enable you to select from a wide range of bioscience modules, and throughout the programme the assessments are designed to equip you with a range of transferable skills important for any graduate career.
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