The School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences offers a great range of courses:
Our Chemistry BSc(Hons) combines an in-depth knowledge of traditional chemistry with specialist and transferable skills. Theoretical lectures, interactive workshops and practical laboratory classes lead you from fundamental concepts to advanced specialist options in the final year. Find out why you should study chemistry at the University of Brighton.
Our uniquely structured four-year MChem programme will give you knowledge and skills that will equip you for research, or a career contributing to areas as diverse as archaeology and interplanetary exploration. Find out why you should study chemistry at the University of Brighton.
The breadth of study on our Pharmacy degree prepares students for employment in any area of the pharmaceutical profession. Emphasis is placed on developing specialist drug experts who can liaise effectively between physician and patient. The MPharm qualification is the only UK degree acceptable for registration with the General Pharmaceutical Council.
Suitable applicants will normally be interviewed and will be required to undertake a written aptitude test, the result of which will inform the admissions process. Find out why you should study pharmacy and biomolecular sciences at the University of Brighton.
This course offers a multidisciplinary approach to the study of the human body in health and disease. Students develop expertise in normal human function and the development of diseases at molecular, cellular, tissue, organ and whole organism level. Combined with a detailed understanding of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases, graduates are equipped with the knowledge and skills that support research and professional practice in biomedical sciences.
Suitable applicants will normally be interviewed which will inform the admissions process.
Biomedical Sciences BSc(Hons) who might ultimately wish to study medicine are guaranteed an interview with Brighton & Sussex Medical School if you meet the specified conditions. Find out why you should study pharmacy and biomolecular sciences at the University of Brighton.
Biological Sciences spans the wide range of modern biological systems, from molecular and cellular biology to environmental biology and ecology. It reflects the enormous expansion of the biological sciences in recent years, which has led to our knowing the details of the human genome, and to a deeper awareness and understanding of man's interaction with the environment.
The course enables students to study how modern biology can be applied, and to reflect on the difficult issues that may arise from that application, providing you with a broad understanding.
Suitable applicants will normally be interviewed which will inform the admissions process. Find out why you should study pharmacy and biomolecular sciences at the University of Brighton.
Pharmaceutical and chemical sciences provides academic and professional training in chemical, pharmaceutical and analytical sciences. As you work through the course you will examine how these disciplines are used in the development, production and quality control of pharmaceutical and related products. Suitable applicants will normally be interviewed which will inform the admissions process. Find out why you should study chemistry at the University of Brighton.
Our Ecology degree provides an opportunity to study pure and applied aspects of ecology integrated with environmental biology and physical geography. The course develops core themes in ecology, evolution and diversity leading to applied elements of ecology such as wildlife conservation and management. You will develop subject-specific knowledge, technical and practical skills and generic transferable skills to maximise career prospects. Suitable applicants will normally be interviewed which will inform the admissions process. Watch a video, filmed in some of the beautiful rural and coastal environments close to the University, highlighting the field-skills course that forms a key element of this degree.
- Biomedical Sciences MSc
- Biomedical Science MSc (Cellular Pathology)
- Biomedical Science MSc (Clinical Biochemistry)
- Biomedical Science MSc (Medical Microbiology)
- Biomedical Science MSc (Haematology and Transfusion Science)
- Clinical Pharmacy Practice MSc
- General Pharmacy Practice PGDip
- Industrial Pharmaceutical Studies MSc
- Industrial Pharmaceutical Sciences MSc
- Pharmacy (Overseas pharmacist assessment programme)
- Pharmacology MSc
- Supplementary prescribing for Pharmacists