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The MSc in Genetics of Human Disease programme is offered full-time over 12 months. It is divided into three parts: compulsory core modules, optional modules and a dissertation project.
Students will take five core modules and choose one optional module
This is the practical part of the programme and will consist of an original piece of research. Assessment of these courses will be by an oral presentation and a written dissertation.
From September 2010, we are able to offer exciting state of the art in-silico biostatistical/computational based projects which allow students to learn cutting edge methods to analyse sequence data. This will open up a number of career options as these skills are currently in high demand in academia and industry.
An MSc will be awarded on satisfactory completion of the compulsory modules, one of three optional modules and a dissertation based on an original piece of work of research.
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