Biological Sciences

The core strands that unite all the various disciplines and sub-disciplines of Biology are: the study and characterization of living organisms and the investigation of the science behind living things. This means most biology courses will have core modules in the first year focusing on subjects such as cell theory and molecular biology, evolution, physiology and adaptation, gene theory, and homeostasis.

Having established some basic understanding of the core principles of biology, you’ll be able to choose an area in which to specialize. Options include: anatomy, biophysics, cell and molecular biology, computational biology, ecology and evolution, environmental biology, forensic biology, genetics, marine biology, microbiology, molecular biosciences, natural science, neurobiology, physiology, zoology and many others.

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Biological Sciences

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Common Degree/ Major Names

BSc
Nanobiology
BSc
Forensic Anthropology
BSc
Bioarchaeology
BSc/MSc
Cognitive Psychology
BSc
Human Sciences
BSc
Behavioural Neuroscience
BSc
Psychobiology
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Useful Skills

ICT
Note Taking
Practical (working with your hands)
Analytical
Mathematical
Data Manipulation
Staying Motivated / Working Hard
Organisation
Teamwork
Staying Positive (Resilience)
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