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The MSc in Pharmacogenetics and Stratified Medicine programme is offered full-time over 12 months. It is divided into three parts: compulsory core modules, optional modules and a dissertation project.
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.
Examples of Projects
An MSc will be awarded on satisfactory completion of the compulsory
modules, optional modules and a dissertation based on an original piece
of work of research (taught - 120 credits; research project - 60 credits).
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