Master in Life Sciences


    This field is very well developed and vast; it contains a number of topics and disciplines, the most important of them being cell theory, evolution, genetics, and energy, each of which is explored in Master of Life Sciences programs. Among the most interesting subjects that push the borders of knowledge to the most exciting points, as they apply the latest inventions and achievements of the scientific world, are Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology, Neuroscience, Ecology, Food and Health Sciences and Molecular Sciences following an orientation in “Molecular medicine and Systems Biology. These branches of Biology are standing on the verge of making breakthrough discoveries almost every day, and you can be part of it with a Master in Life Sciences degree. Biology deals with perhaps the greatest wonders present on Earth today, from microscopic germs to elephants, as well as studies the history of life, tracing it billions of years back in time. There are plenty of career opportunities in the private sector, academic institutions, and research facilities, for graduates holding a Master in Life Sciences degree.


    Specialization area

    Environmental Health / Science

    Molecular Biomedicine

    Clinical Biochemistry/ Immunology/ Parasitology / Microbiology

    Medical Biotechnology




    BDT Ringgit USD
    354,750.00 18,671.05 4,434.38

    Graduates in Bachelor of Occupational Safety and Health are qualified to work in:

    Hospitals and private clinical laboratories

    Research (develops & test new methods)

    Public Health (state health labs, community health projects, environmental testing, Peace Corps)

    Specialty Laboratories (forensics, fertility, veterinary)

    Biotechnology (product research/ development, data analysis, quality assurance)

    Sales and Marketing (biomedical supply, pharmaceutical companies)

    Laboratory Computer Systems

    Compliance Inspector

    Infection Control