Modules may include
- Organic Synthetic Strategies and Modelling
- Recombinant Technology
- Quality Control and Further Analytical Methods
- Research Methods
About the course
Turn something old into something new by developing groundbreaking pharmaceuticals. In this challenging yet rewarding programme, you’ll learn about the manufacture of drugs, materials, and medicinal products and how industrial large scale synthesis operates. Our extensive lab work and expert-led lectures will prepare you for a career in science.
In our carefully curated selection of modules you will develop a detailed understanding about analytical chemistry, and how new drugs and medical treatments are developed. You’ll investigate in the laboratory exploring, purifying, and synthesising products, converting raw material into pharmaceuticals, animal health products, pesticides, and new materials.
This course merges academia with practical application. In this programme, you will gain experience in scientific writing and working within laboratory teams. You’ll also develop a research project that will support an academic undergraduate dissertation.
This course is subject to validation by The Open University
|Fee||£7,950 (per academic year)|
|Start Date||September 2021|
|Course Code||UCAS Course Code: CF16 Institution code: L21|
|Study Mode||Full time|