MSc in Analytical Sciences
The MSc in Analytical Sciences course will provide a systematic training in the application of modern analytical methods. It provides the necessary practical, interpretative analytical skills to apply a wide range of analytical techniques to key areas of application.
This programme is designed to develop graduate students into experienced, independent practitioners of modern analytical science in tune with the needs of research and industry.
Measurement is at the core of science, and this programme develops a core of operational experience of modern analytical instrumentation alongside the fundamentals of the analytical sciences. The application of these core capabilities is then developed within thematic pathways aligned to key academic and commercial sectors:
- Analytical Chemistry
- Archaeological Analysis
- Environmental Analysis
- Forensic Analysis
- Pharmaceutical Analysis
The course was developed in conjunction with academic experts and provides defined pathways related to specific application areas of instrumental analytical sciences.
The course's muti-disciplinary platform is based at the University of Bradford's state-of-the-art Analytical Centre, a £4 million facility housing major capital equipment.
- MSc or Postgraduate Diploma:
2:2 or above in a science subject (e.g. Biosciences, Pharmaceutical Science, Chemistry, Forensic Science, Geology, Environmental Science, Archaeological Science) or substantive equivalent experience
- Postgraduate Certificate or for modules run as CPD (Continuing Professional Development):
Applicants will be assessed on the criteria for the MSc with an emphasis on recent relevant experience. Accreditation of Prior Learning (ACP), used to gain credits in recognition of prior experience, will be approved on a case- by-case basis We also welcome applications from candidates withnon-traditional qualifications.
Level of English Required
IELTS at 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each of the subtests.
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Last updated September 30, 2017