Master's Program in Biology in Africa

Compare Masters Programs in Biology in Africa 2018/2019

Biology

A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

Study in biology can lead to careers in health care, teaching, environmental conservation, and biotechnology. It can also form the base from which to pursue doctoral study in the areas of clinical or research work.

Even if you choose East Africa’s mythological, enchanting Tanzania; Senegal, land of teranga or South Africa, with its wide opportunities to soak in and serve, research in Africa will be overwhelming.

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Master of Biological Sciences

Covenant University
Online Part time March 2019 Nigeria Nigeria Online

Department of Biological Sciences is a leading academic Department in the School of Natural and Applied Sciences of the College of Science and Technology. The Department runs three academic Programmes in the Life Sciences – Applied Biology & Biotechnology (formerly Biology), Biochemistry, and Microbiology. All the Programmes have the full accreditation status of the National Universities Commission (NUC). [+]

Department of Biological Sciences is a leading academic Department in the School of Natural and Applied Sciences of the College of Science and Technology. The Department runs three academic Programmes in the Life Sciences – Applied Biology & Biotechnology (formerly Biology), Biochemistry, and Microbiology. All the Programmes have the full accreditation status of the National Universities Commission (NUC). The Department is committed to raising a new generation of leaders in the Life Sciences by driving excellence in teaching, research and community development in line with the vision and mission of Covenant University. The faculty and staff are highly motivated and dedicated to the delivery of best quality education to the students through strict adherence to well-structured course compacts, lecture schedules, use of ICT driven modes of Lecture delivery, tutorials, relevant laboratory experiments and field trips. Lecture attendance by students as well as in-loco parentis and mentorship role of the faculty are vigorously driven. The curricula of the Programmes, lecture materials, and practical manuals are regularly updated to make them current, robust, life-applicable and adequate to address contemporary issues on methodologies, product development, scientific and technological advances in food, agriculture, medicine, and allied industries. The laboratories are constantly furnished with modern scientific equipment and apparatuses for regular students’ experiments, research, and specialized laboratory services. Hence, the turnout of well-trained graduates with in-depth theoretical knowledge and practical skills in their fields of study, providing the nation with dedicated and competent manpower as envisage by Vision 2020. To date, the Department has produced... [-]


Master in Biotechnology and the Management of Animal & Zoonotic Diseases

University of Pretoria
Campus Full time February 2019 South Africa Pretoria

The Institutional Research Theme (IRT) “Biotechnology and the Management of Animal and Zoonotic Diseases” was established at the University of Pretoria to build and expand [+]

Master in Biotechnology and the Management of Animal & Zoonotic Diseases

The Institutional Research Theme (IRT) “Biotechnology and the Management of Animal and Zoonotic Diseases” was established at the University of Pretoria to build and expand on our current strength and research capacity in animal and zoonotic diseases in the Faculties of Health Sciences, Veterinary Science and Natural and Agricultural Sciences. As the only University with a Faculty of Veterinary Science, this presents a unique opportunity for further research growth in this field. Animal health has undergone an almost unprecedented increase in importance in the last century and is today inextricably linked to our local and global economy as well as societal issues such as public health, food and food security. Animal pathogens also affect humans and of the more than 1400 pathogens that affect humans as many as 60% are zoonotic, indicating that the disease can be transmitted from wild and domestic animal to humans.... [-]