Manchester Metropolitan University

Human Physiology

From nutrition and neuroscience to muscle and bone, develop an expert understanding of the systems and organs that make humans tick. Studying our MSc Physiology programme offers a detailed look at it all, letting you explore the fundamental systems of human life. You'll cover a range of units around physiology, each offering an in-depth look into different systems or specialisms - from neuroscience and nutrition, to the cardiorespiratory and musculoskeletal systems. From there, you'll have the chance to take a deep dive into a topic of your choice, with an independent research project. It's your chance to tackle the issues that fascinate you - while developing an understanding of both the process and the communication of scientific enquiry. So, by the time you graduate, you'll have everything you need to open doors for your future. Whether that means progressing to PhD level, becoming a physiologist in a healthcare setting or pursuing a role in teaching, management or research, our MSc Human Physiology can pave the way.

Entry requirements

MSc: You'll need a good UK honours degree - at least a 2:1 - or the international equivalent, in biological or biomedical science. We might also consider your application if you have a lower standard or unrelated degree if you also have relevant experience. Overseas applicants will require IELTS with an overall score of 6.5 with no less than 5.5 in any category, or an equivalent accepted English qualification.

Course modules

Core Units: •Project •Research Methods and Ethics in Biomedical Science •Advanced Aspects of Neuroscience •Advanced Nutritional and Exercise Physiology •Applied Physiology Techniques •Cardiorespiratory Physiology •Musculoskeletal Science

Qualifications

Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Course duration
MSc Full-time September 2019 - 1 Years

Campus details

Campus name Town Postcode Region Main campus Campus Partner
Main Site M15 6BH North West

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