Inject brand new life to your career with the Master of Science (Biology) degree at Flinders University.
This two year course is designed for those looking to upgrade their existing biology-rich knowledge, the Master of Science (Biology) teaches students the practical and theoretical aspects of biology, whilst simultaneously providing an understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities and boosting student awareness of social, economic, cultural and environmental aspects of biology in the global community. Select from a broad range of topics in the areas you love, and then complete a masters research project in your second year.
Master of Science (Biology)
Duration: 2 years
In person (Bedford Park)
Online plus placement/intensive
2CM608 (Full fee paying)
Annual indicative fees (2023):
$35,100 (Full fee paying)
Because biology touches on so many potential career areas, you can really open up a broad range of opportunities from medicine and medical research, microbiology, bioinformatics, genetics – you’ll be able to find what you love whether it’s white or green biology career areas
Students will spend the first year learning Advanced Professional Skills and selecting 7 electives from a wide range of topics including (but not limited to):
The second year will see students undertake the Masters Research Project, and those with GPAs 5 or above will be able to undertake the Coursework with Research Component stream and deliver a Masters Research Thesis.
The Master of Science (Biology) degree provides you with practical experience that prepares you for the workplace:
Applicants must normally hold a bachelor degree or equivalent qualification in Biology or with a major in Biology or a closely related discipline. Knowledge of second year university level in Biology is assumed.
Applicants who hold an Honours degree in Biology or a closely related area are not eligible to apply for this degree.
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