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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
Study in molecular sciences can open up many innovative and new scientific fields to pursue, including molecular neuroscience, cytogenetics, molecular genetics, molecular basis of monogenic diseases, molecular virology and immunology, and the molecular basis of complex diseases.
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National Research Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod
This program is an interdisciplinary program of study and designed to provide students broad training opportunities in the field of Neurobiology.
Lobachevsky University offers a master's degree program (taught in English) in the high priority scientific discipline of Neurobiology. The Neurobiology program is geared towards those who are interested in studying the principles of brain functionality.
This field is highly relevant and offers tremendous perspectives in modern science. This is connected with the growth of medical applications: development in the area of prostheses, the creation of systems for pharmacological testing, expansion of possibilities of research-instrument equipment.
Technical applications include the development of smart navigation systems and control of electro-mechanical devices. The Neurobiology program includes a wide range of the fundamental issues and applied tasks in the area of biology, medicine, physics, and robotics....
This intensive programme leads graduates with a bachelor's degree to a Master of Science (M.Sc.) within 18 months. After a 3-year doctorate programme, graduates may acqui
Master of Molecular Biology (M.Sc.)
This intensive programme leads graduates with a bachelor's degree to a Master of Science (M.Sc.) within 18 months. After a 3-year doctorate programme, graduates may acquire either the title Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or Dr. rer. nat. The semester structure has been removed, different subjects are integrated into a uniformly structured range of courses and it is possible to switch into the doctorate programme without a master's thesis, thus shortening the period of study. All courses are held in English.The programme is divided into two parts. During the first year, lectures, tutorials, seminars, methodical internships and individually tutored research projects take place within 36 weeks. Lab rotation and individual tutorials, as well as the involvement of lecturers from Max Planck institutes, guarantee work that is hands-on and research-oriented. The first year of study ends with one written and two oral exams that qualify for the master's thesis. These may be omitted if good or excellent grades have been attained during the first year of study, allowing the student to switch directly over to the 3-year doctorate programme.Early participation in scientific conferences and courses, as well as the publication of articles in international scientific journals, are also required for the doctoral degree. The doctorate programme enables research stays in laboratories abroad.Social integration also plays an important role. A coordination office helps students at the start of their studies in Göttingen and offers a central contact point during the entire programme.Involved in the interdisciplinary programme of the...
The Master provides an academic training that allows a specialisation, after obtaining the degree of access of experimental or health sciences.
The Master provides an academic training that allows a specialization, after obtaining the degree of access to experimental or health sciences.
In the scientific field, the student who completes this Master will be prepared to work in research laboratories requiring cellular, molecular or genetic skills. The student will also be able to continue a researcher carrier and access to a Ph. degree training program.
In the professional field, the Master allows the training of specialists for advanced job positions in the distinct sectors of R&D: clinical or bio-industrial, and also in the higher education and in the public administration.
The Master also serves as the continuous training of active professionals, from the distinct industrial sectors, as well as education and public administration....
This master's degree provides students with in-depth theoretical knowledge of the field and new techniques in product synthesis, catalyst development, management of envir
This master's degree provides students with in-depth theoretical knowledge of the field and new techniques in product synthesis, catalyst development, management of environment-friendly chemical processes, and computational design. It is primarily research-oriented, so graduates will be able to undertake research, development and innovation in the industry. The general objectives are the following:
To provide high-level scientific training in the fields of: molecular synthesis, catalysis and design, so that graduates can undertake doctoral studies and pursue a scientific or academic career.
To provide graduates with a capacity for innovation and the necessary skills to synthesise sustainable chemical products and processes in the professional world.
The programme aims to provide in-depth knowledge of molecular systems and advanced tools for successful careers in industry, academia, and society. The focus is on the mo
The programme aims to provide in-depth knowledge of molecular systems and advanced tools for successful careers in industry, academia, and society. The focus is on the molecular design, characterization, and applications of molecular structures and materials, and also includes aspects of innovation, environmental issues, sustainability and safety.
Molecular Science and Engineering at KTH
The two-year master’s programme in Molecular Science and Engineering provides the students with a broad background in chemistry as well as a deeper knowledge in some chosen areas. A wide range of topics is covered, including molecular structure, synthesis of molecules, material properties, quantum chemistry, molecular reactions, and surface chemistry, and you will also become acquainted with a number of advanced analytical techniques. In addition, you will carry out project work and teamwork, as well as practising your written and oral communication. The opportunities to do coursework or to complete the degree project abroad are good, and there are a large number of foreign universities in different countries to choose between. The programme is strongly linked to the activities at the School of Chemical Science and Engineering, and especially the Department of Chemistry. Thus, you will come in direct contact with research performed at KTH. Moreover, the programme deals with real-world challenges such as considerations of energy, safety, environment, ethics, sustainability, and human rights in chemical industries, research, and society....
This is a Masters degree designed to train students in the field of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in order that they can develop a career in this field, or start a resea
This is a Masters degree designed to train students in the field of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in order that they can develop a career in this field, or start a research activity leading to a doctoral thesis. Areas of knowledge that is inscribed: mainly in the areas of chemistry, physics, engineering, materials science, biochemistry, pharmacy and medicine. The theme of the Master is at the intersection of Nanoscience / Nanotechnology and molecular systems. Therefore affect scientific areas of current interest like Molecular Electronics, Molecular Magnetism, Supramolecular Chemistry, Surface Physics or Science of Molecular Materials.
The Master in Molecular Nanoscience and Nanotechnology responds to the academic and research profile through a range of subjects in scientific and technological areas of current interest such as Molecular Electronics, Nanomagnetism and Molecular Spintronics, Supramolecular Chemistry, Surface Physics, or the Science of Molecular Materials. The "molecular" orientation of this master in Nanoscience makes it unique on a national level and allows developing those aspects of nanoscience that are at the intersection between physics, chemistry and biology / medicine, making it truly multidisciplinary....
The Biochemistry, Molecular, and Cell Biology Master’s Degree offers highly specialized cross-disciplinary training in a vast number of fields in the Life Sciences, from
This program is taught in FRENCH.
The Biochemistry, Molecular, and Cell Biology Master’s Degree offers highly specialized cross-disciplinary training in a vast number of fields in the Life Sciences, from biochemistry to cell biology by way of genetics and molecular biology.
Students may choose between four specialized clusters that have been developed and supported by the scientific work of our research laboratories. One of them is offered in collaboration with ULB on the campus at Gosselies.
Profile of the program
The Master's Degree in Biochemistry, Molecular and Cell Biology provides a state-of-the-art education based on a solid scientific background. What students learn here is put into practice through internships in companies and/or in research labs in Belgium or abroad. The Institute of Biology at UMONS is involved in international research projects in fields like microbiology, cell biology, and proteomics. In collaboration with the Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy, students in the Master's program have access to several labs that are world renown in such highly advanced fields as neurobiology, magnetic imaging, molecular biology, to name a few....
The aim of the Applied Biotechnology study program is to – prepare specialists with high quality and up-to-date training in a highly interdisciplinary field of Applied bi
The aim of the Applied Biotechnology study program is to – prepare specialists with high quality and up-to-date training in a highly interdisciplinary field of Applied biotechnology with a focus (specializations) on Plant (Horticulture, Agriculture and Forest) Biotechnology and Innovative Bioelectrotechnologies, who would be able developing new products and technologies, work in positions with high levels of responsibility in research and educational institutions and industry, related to biotechnology, biomedicine, and food industry, as well as pursue their studies at the doctoral level.
Graduates of the program will be able:
Demonstrate the ability to work as an individual and as a member of a team in the laboratory or the company and the ability to lead the team. Demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively on biotechnology projects involving typical business timelines. Demonstrate the ability to use innovative approaches to solving biotechnological problems and the implementation of solutions. Apply molecular, cellular, biotechnological methods needed to carry out projects in plant and forest biotechnology or innovative bio-electrotechnologies. Demonstrate ability and skills of experimental work with biologically active and labile substances - proteins, enzymes, nucleic acids, lipids, carbohydrates, safe handling of chemicals and instruments, skills of standard laboratory procedures. Demonstrate the ability to plan and conduct analytical, simulation and experimental research on analyzing or solving a particular biotechnology problem. Demonstrate and categorize molecular, cellular and biotechnological knowledge to design biotechnological systems, processes, and their elements. Demonstrate and operate of the core principles, methods, and methodologies underlying current biotechnological research. Distinguish and analyze...
Graduates will be able: to analyze molecular diversity, structure, composition, to characterize biological systems, their functioning and interaction: genomics, proteomic
Bachelor’s or equivalent degree in Biology, Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, Genetics, Microbiology, Botany, Zoology, Biochemistry, Pharmacy is required.
Proof of English Language: TOEFL 72 iBT / 408 PBT, IELTS 4.5, level B1; or an official document from an official institution showing applicant had courses in English or studied the English language. Applicants with lower English language level can be admitted to the studies. After arrival applicants will be asked to take English language test and take English language classes.
Graduates will be able:
To analyze molecular diversity, structure, composition, to characterize biological systems, their functioning and interaction: genomics, proteomics, metabolomics;
To understand principles of immune and other systems, their structures, integration with other vital systems of biological objects;
To work with living cells, organisms, populations. To evaluate processes taking place inside of the cell, work with cell cultures under laboratory conditions, to apply obtained results for modeling of biological systems, to evaluate intercellular interconnections, relations between single individuals and populations;
To comprehend evolution of biological objects, lows in heredity and variability, features and molecular principles of congenital diseases, and to know how to apply them for investigation of biological diversity, structure of living organisms, functioning, and evolution;
According to collected data and molecular analysis to evaluate population’s structures, environmental impact on populations, interrelations between populations and individual species;
To apply modern investigation methods, to work according to principles of good laboratory practice, rules of bioethics, to collect, process, preserve and prepare research material under laboratory and field...
With this second cycle course in Comparative and Technological Molecular Genetics, we intend to transmit essential knowledge related to recent advances in the area of c
With this second cycle course in Comparative and Technological Molecular Genetics, we intend to transmit essential knowledge related to recent advances in the area of comparison of genomes and DNA manipulation technologies, both in animal and plant organisms. In addition, it is intended an increasing awareness of the ethical issues inherent in these new technologies. The course will use curricular units that will operate in modular regime with great practical component, namely laboratory classes. In the 3rd semester students may choose to specialize in Molecular Comparative Genetics and Plant or Animal Technology depending on the dissertation to be developed.
The Master's Degree in Comparative and Technological Molecular Genetics aims at the training of Senior Technicians and Researchers with a solid and up-to-date and specific scientific, theoretical and practical training in the scientific areas of Genetics and Biotechnology, with the prospect that these masters will continue their future specialization in PhD in "Comparative and Technological Molecular Genetics", among others....
The LM course in Molecular and Cellular Biology aims to supplement the basic knowledge, acquired through the Bachelor's degree in Biology, in some key areas of the biolog
final test characteristics.
The activities related to the preparation of the final examination for the achievement of the LM will be carried out by the student under the supervision of a tutor during the training period at a research laboratory University or a highly qualified body under an agreement with the University biomolecular .
The final exam, which involves the acquisition of 13 credits, consists of the discussion, in open session, of an exclusively experimental thesis and which brings an original contribution, prepared under the guidance of a teacher of the course with LM, as rapporteur. The dissertation may be written in Italian or English and must have the typical form of a complete scientific work in terms of general organization (Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, References, Tables and Figures). The decision of the Commission of Science will be formulated according to procedures defined in the Academic Regulations for the Course....
The two years Master Course in Molecular Biotechnology is designed to provide the cultural background of multidisciplinary biotechnologies for the production of goods and
The two years Master Course in Molecular Biotechnology is designed to provide the cultural background of multidisciplinary biotechnologies for the production of goods and services through the use of biological systems; in particular the course is designed to prepare skilled graduates with scientific knowledge and professional abilities in the field of biotechnologies applied to the study, prevention and diagnosis of human diseases, with particular interest in the development of innovative drugs.
The Master program intends to provide classes organized on an interdisciplinary basis to be applied to various fields of molecular biotechnology, with emphasis on the fields of research, diagnostics, and therapy. Training activities are also organized as stages to be carried out at research institutes or companies operating in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, diagnostic and biomedical sectors. The training activities may be combined with research activities in selected laboratories with the aim of generating experimental data for the preparation of the thesis to be discussed in the final exam. The collaboration with researches of National Research Council Institutes (e.g.: Institute of Genetics and Biophysics - IGB; Institute of Protein Biochemistry - IBP) on teaching and research activities is an opportunity for the graduates to acquire knowledge in a broader range of fields related to Molecular Biotechnology, and skills to operate in various areas of academic and industrial research at national and international levels....
ABMB Master Program is currently conducted in the Faculty of Biology, the University of Bucharest only for foreign students and it is coordinated by the Department of Bio
ABMB Master Program is currently conducted in the Faculty of Biology, University of Bucharest only for foreign students and it is coordinated by the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (DBBM). This program was accredited by ARACIS in 2013.
ABMB Master Program is approved and recognized by the Order of Biologists and Biochemists from Romania (OBBCSSR) and thus it allows the graduates to be employed in medical laboratories.
Program Coordinators: Prof Dr. Anca Dinischiotu, Prof. Dr. Marieta Costache
ABMB Master Program aims to provide excellence in both education and scientific research and to offer future graduates appropriate professional skills and abilities in order to ease their access on the labor market in Romania and the European Union....
The international option Biomeasurement, Biomonitoring, Biosensors (3B) is at the interface of several disciplines (biology, chemistry, physics, materials, engineering, s
The international option Biomeasurement, Biomonitoring, Biosensors (3B) is at the interface of several disciplines (biology, chemistry, physics, materials, engineering, statistics, electronics) and is intended for students with very different initial backgrounds. This formation of 6 weeks will train you specifically to design instruments dedicated to bio-measurement applied to the environment, agri-food and health: you will have for vocation to create and develop devices for the characterization of organic, biological matrix, food or measurement via living organisms (biosensors). A partnership with South East Asia is in place and stakeholders are recognized international specialists in their field. The lessons are entirely taught in English. The courses will take place at the Technological Institute of La Roche-sur-Yon (France), in liaison with the research team of the CNRS GEPEA laboratory....
The Master’s degree programme in Molecular and Medical Biotechnology trains expert biotechnologists able to conduct analysis, research and development activities, with pa
Master's degree in Molecular and Medical Biotechnology
The Master’s degree programme in Molecular and Medical Biotechnology trains expert biotechnologists able to conduct analysis, research and development activities, with particular reference to the biomedical sector, through experimental and computational approaches. The specific objectives of this programme are to provide students, also through significant experimental work, with skills and in-depth knowledge in the following fields:
in-depth knowledge of the methodologies aimed at the structural and functional characterisation of biological macromolecules and of cellular processes in which they are involved;
in-depth knowledge of the pathological processes affecting humans, at the molecular and cellular level; current applications and perspectives of application of biotechnology in human pathology;
thorough knowledge of the organization and mode of expression of the human genome and analysis with the support of bioinformatics tools and "high-throughput" experimental platforms;
knowledge in the field of structurally biology aimed at the design of molecules possessing pharmaceutical activity; competences in modeling techniques for drug discovery and design;
the expertise of bioinformatics methodologies for the organisation and access to databases, with particular reference to genomics and proteomics;
extensive knowledge of medical genetics, pharmacogenomics, and molecular pharmacology for the development of new drugs.