As a student pursuing a Master's degree in Analytical Life Sciences, you’ll delve into areas of study such as life science, biochemistry, data science, and pharmacology, providing you with a multidisciplinary education. During your time at Hochschule Fresenius, you’ll have access to state-of-the-art laboratory facilities that will enable you to gain practical experience and apply theoretical concepts.
The Master's program encompasses a broad range of subjects, including basic principles of biochemistry and molecular genetics, data science, bioanalysis, and bioinformatics. You’ll also learn about signal transduction and cell biology, pharmacology, toxicology, and drug discovery and development, as well as life science applications, diagnostics, lab analysis, lab cell culture, and biochemistry. The program will equip you with a deep understanding of scientific methods, allowing you to design and execute practical projects with precision and accuracy.
The practical project component of the Master's program is an essential aspect of the curriculum, as it will provide you with hands-on experience working with cutting-edge technology and techniques. This will enable you to apply your newfound knowledge in a real-world context, preparing you for the challenges you will face in your future career.Program Structure
During the first two semesters of this M. Sc. you’ll gain a strong foundation in the basic principles of biochemistry and molecular genetics as well as data science, bioanalysis and bioinformatics. In the second half of your studies, you’ll learn more about scientific methods and how to apply your newly developed skills to practical, real-life projects. In semester 4 you’ll complete your final modules as well as your Master’s Thesis.
Coursework for this Master’s programm includes:
- Basic principles of biochemistry and molecular genetics
- Data science
- Bioanalysis and bioinformatics
- Signal transduction and cell biology
- Pharmacology, toxicology, and drug discovery and development
- Lab analysis
- Lab cell culture and biochemistry
- Scientific methods