Students obtain master’s degrees for many reasons. Perhaps they wish for more specialized knowledge in a certain field as well as more job responsibilities and a higher salary. In addition, they may want a doctorate degree and must first earn a master’s degree. A master’s degree is a way for a person to show he has additional education and training in a field. What is a Master in… Read more
Students obtain master’s degrees for many reasons. Perhaps they wish for more specialized knowledge in a certain field as well as more job responsibilities and a higher salary. In addition, they may want a doctorate degree and must first earn a master’s degree. A master’s degree is a way for a person to show he has additional education and training in a field.
What is a Master in Biomedicine? Biomedicine is the study of biological processes such as molecular and cellular foundations and evolution. The master’s degree is primarily aimed toward students who plan to get doctoral degrees. Coursework is both in the class and in the lab. Students can tailor elective courses toward their own interests. For example, elective class topics often include tumor biology, metabolic disease and neurobiology. Students also complete a significant research project.
The benefits of a biomedicine degree are plenty. Students enhance their high-level technology skills, can study internationally and often complete projects in line with their passions.
Universities all over the globe offer biomedicine programs. To this end, students should research specific schools and programs to get an idea of approximate costs, or contact the schools. Students should always research exact program requirements to ensure the best match possible.
Students who get biomedicine master’s degrees often move immediately into doctoral programs. Even if they do not, they often have many opportunities. Biomedicine graduates work in medical research and medical writing, with patents, and in clinical trials. Many work as principal investigators in research. They are also employed by academic institutions as well as businesses and hospitals.
Biomedicine students can take classes part time or full time. Although much hands-on work is required, some programs may offer online learning for the classroom components. To find the school for you, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
A master in Biomedical Science has the expertise to contribute to translational research regarding current biomedical problems on an international academic level. You will hav ... +
The interprofessional and innovative master’s degree program in Biomedical Technologies is characterized by practice orientation and internationality. Lectures are embedded in ... +
Vision: become a reference in the study and education of Biomedical Sciences, have international competitiveness and promote excellence in the areas of Anatomy-Histology, Phar ... +
Biomedical imaging has emerged as one of the most important technology areas in basic bioscience and biomedical research as well as in clinical medicine and translational rese ... +
The Master's Programme in Biomedicine gives students an in-depth knowledge within the broad and expanding biomedical field and specializes in creating new and advanced skills ... +
The Master´s Degree Programme in Biomedicine offers a unique training opportunity in molecular biosciences combined with medicine at the UEF School of Medicine. The training a ... +
This 2-Year Master’s Degree in Biotechnology and Medical Biology bridges theoretical knowledge to hands-on training in biological research, with an emphasis on biological proc ... +
Biomedical science uses a basis of biological principles to enhance our understanding of human health and the treatment of disease, using a multidisciplinary approach.
The main aim of the programme is to provide multidisciplinary, Master's Level postgraduate training in Biomedical Science in combination with generic higher level scientific t ... +
The 21st century started as the century of molecular life sciences. Ever since the 1990s when scientists greatly improved our insights into the molecular basis of life process ... +
This degree is geared to train students in bioscience and health policy with the intent of creating new options for science students interested in working in healthcare manage ... +
The program creates a platform for understanding the involvement of surface science in biomedicine and biotechnology. You will get theoretical knowledge and practical skills i ... +
The focus of the Master program in Biomedical Sciences (MSc) lies on the biomedical field. All courses and lectures are being taught in English, the course structures are stri ... +
The Master's Degree Programme in Biomedical Sciences — Biomedical Imaging specialisation track trains professionals with thorough theoretical understanding and practical skill ... +
The goal of this degree course is to prepare skilled graduates with an in-depth biomedical culture concerning the relationships between structure and function of biomolecules ... +