Overview Described as the basis of modern medicine, medical biochemistry addresses the functioning of normal and diseased organisms from a biochemical point of view. Learn to develop new ideas and products that are applied to the biggest health challenges we face today. Why study BSc Medical Biochemistry/MSci Clinical Biochemistry at Middlesex University? There are two honours degree programmes available for each area of study – a three-year Bachelor of Science (BSc) and a four-year Master of Science (MSci). The degree explores the field of biochemistry with a focus on human biology and medicine. Core themes include chemistry, molecular biology and immunology. You will develop key laboratory, research and diagnostic skills throughout the course, working in our cutting-edge laboratory facilities. We will teach you to think like a biochemist and arm you with the essential skills and knowledge to work across the breadth of biochemical processes that impact our lives. Unique to this course is the emphasis placed on work experience. You will have the option to go on a year-long industrial placement, developing excellent employment prospects and transferable skills to meet your future aspirations. This course is designed for students with a strong scientific interest and a desire to develop their knowledge and practical skills in biochemistry. If you apply for our four-year MSci Clinical Biochemistry, which offers advanced study in disciplines such as clinical disorders and toxicology, and an intensive laboratory research project, you will gain a masters qualification when you successfully complete your undergraduate degree. Course highlights Opportunities to gain work experience through a one-year placement and work experience module Access to modern research and analytical laboratory facilities in our Hatchcroft Building Develop skills in a wide range of techniques that are at the forefront of biomedical research and industry The chance to become a member of the Middlesex Biochemical Society First-hand experience in our cancer, microbiology and applied biochemistry research groups Develop a wide range of knowledge and skills related to the biggest current issues in human health Receive a free electronic textbook for every module.