At the end of Year 2, students in the specialise in biological sciences with management in a specific subject area of biological sciences. In this Biological Sciences with Management programme at The University of Edinburgh you will take a combination of courses from biological sciences and the Business School.
The analytical and scientific skills you will gain will equip you for a variety of careers. The core skills which you develop will enhance your employability.
Our graduates go on to a range of careers. These include industry-based occupations. Some choose further study before entering successful academic or other career paths.
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As an integral part of your studies, you will gain key skills which will enhance your long-term employability.
You will begin to specialise in a specific biological sciences area. There are opportunities to study within areas such as molecular and cellular biology, biochemistry, biotechnology, genetics, ecology, evolution, and animal and plant biology.
You will specialise in a chosen area of biology, choosing from our subject specialisations: biochemistry; biotechnology; cell biology; development, regeneration and stem cells; ecology; evolutionary biology; genetics; immunology; molecular biology; molecular genetics; plant science or zoology.
You will study your chosen subject area at a deeper scientific level. Taking part in seminars and debates on scientific papers with staff and other students will develop your presentation, discussion and critical appraisal skills. All students undertake an individual research project.
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