WHY STUDY THIS COURSE? This course is accredited by the Royal Society of Biology and aims to develop an understanding of the key areas of animal, plant and micro-organism biology. Taught by internationally-recognised research scientists, you will cover areas at the forefront of modern scientific endeavours such as biotechnology, ecology, biochemistry and molecular biology. MORE ABOUT THIS COURSE The School of Biological Sciences has major pure and applied research groups, with their research rated internationally-excellent and world-leading. As a result, many of our graduates have gone on to do higher degrees and are now involved in active research groups of their own or are prominent figures in research-led industries. WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR? This course is for individuals aiming to specialise in subject areas from marine and terrestrial biology to molecular genetics. SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE GAINED Biological science graduates are highly sought after as they possess the logic, problem-solving, communication and numeracy skills suitable for a variety of areas. Graduates are eligible to apply for Associate Membership of the Society of Biology. AFTER THE COURSE Many graduates continue with their studies but as a newly qualified modern biologist, you may find employment in diverse areas like the biotechnology or food industry, science administration and communication, biomedical research, environmental consultancy and teaching.