BSc (with Honoress) in Genetics
Genetics is fundamental to all areas of biological study, since genes carry the information that largely determines who we are and how we function in the environment.
BSc Genetics will teach you to understand how genes work in individuals and populations. There is a particular emphasis on molecular genetics, but the course covers a wide range of topics such as classical medical genetics, evolutionary and population genetics, animal husbandry, and the genetic manipulation of animal and plant genomes, etc.
Year one, you will focus on basic knowledge of genetics, including how genes work in individuals and populations, and how cutting-edge programs like the Human Genome Project are revolutionizing the way we approach biological issues.
Year 2 is designed to provide foundational knowledge in preparation for the Genetics major in Years 3 and 4.
Year 4 also includes a three-month project in the laboratory, during which you will receive training in the use of genetic approaches to solve a contemporary question or problem in biology. These projects are based on the departments that contribute to the Genetics course.
- Multidisciplinary team of the course.
- 3 month lab project.
- Small classes.
- Versatile and versatile graduates.
- The minimum requirement 1 x H4, 1 x H5, 4 x O6 / H7; Math and lab science courses are required.
- For international candidates, the foreign equivalent is required. In addition, an official degree translated into English will be required.
- IELTS 6.5, with no less than 6 in any component (or its internationally recognized equivalent).
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