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Bachelor in Biomedical Science from MSU

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Medicine and healthcare is becoming increasingly sophisticated, biomedical science has today become a dynamic and fascinating field, where important and dramatic contributions to the improvement of human health are being made. With the growth of this industry, the global demand for people who are highly-skilled in the field has also accelerated. Catering to this much required need is the Management and Science University (MSU) that offers a range of highly accredited degrees comprising of skills much sought-after by employers and are designed to prepare the next generation of scientists in this vital and multi-disciplinary industry.

Amongst these degrees is The Bachelor in Biomedical Science that provides a strong professional and industry focus, where students obtain a solid foundation in both biological and medical sciences, and practical experimentation through extensive theoretical knowledge and advanced laboratory skills.

It is uniquely structured to furnish students with an understanding of the principles that underpin a wide range of key biomedical disciplines, including anatomy and human biology, physiology, organic chemistry, pathology, pharmacology and toxicology, neuropharmacology and clinical diagnostics.

The degree also provides students with an intellectually stimulating education in modern molecular, cellular and systems biology and neuroscience along with a strong, integrated academic background incorporating the most important basic sciences relevant to human health and disease.

All subjects are taught by lecturers with extensive industry and clinical expertise, ensuring that students will be exposed to relevant and contemporary knowledge as well as to state of the art laboratory techniques and equipment.

In addition to the Degree programs that students can complete in Sri Lanka, MSU Malaysia or partner universities worldwide including, Australia, UK, Japan and Germany, MSU also offers Dual MBA programs, PhD and MBBS for academics to become professionals in their chosen field.

MSU through their Learning Centre in Colombo – Management and Science Institute (MSI), offers students a range of diploma programs which help develop knowledge and skills of students while preparing them to obtain employment or continue their higher studies. MSI currently offers diploma programs in a wide range of interests including Hospitality and Tourism Management, Biomedical Science, Event Management, Business Management, Accounting, Dialysis Technology.

Further information on the degrees can be obtained by contacting 0112576644, 0112576700, Hot Line 0770777880, email enquiry@msu.edu.lk or visiting MSU Colombo Learning Center Colombo at, No 300 Galle Road, Colombo 3.


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