The MSc Biotechnology programme aims to provide students with the opportunity to develop advanced level theoretical knowledge, understanding, practical experience and training, with a particular focus on modern molecular and systems biology approaches to emerging biotechnologies.
The University of Lincoln’s MSc Clinical Animal Behaviour programme is headed by a team of experts and is accredited by the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour.
Our MPhil/PhD in Life Sciences is a cross-disciplinary research programme designed to enable you to develop your research skills by focusing on a specialist set of research questions. Research pathways are available in biology, biochemistry, biomedical sciences, ecology, animal behaviour, animal science, zoology, and microbiology.
Our MSc by Research in Life Sciences is a dedicated programme which is designed to enable students to further develop their research skills by focusing on a specialist project.
The MSc in Microbial Biotechnology provides students with the opportunity to develop specialist knowledge which draws from the expertise in Biotechnology and Microbiology that is applicable to many industrial and environmental sectors. Micro-organisms are the workhorses of many industrial processes and students who study for the MSc Microbial Biotechnology can gain a thorough understanding of these at a whole organism and molecular level.
The MSc Microbiology aims to equip graduates with the advanced knowledge and skills required to embark on further research or employment in industries striving to solve major global challenges such as antibiotic resistance, clean drinking water, and food security.