The post-graduate programme in Biomedical Sciences leads to a licentiate degree or a doctorate. The purpose of the programme is for students to acquire knowledge within a defined field of Biomedical Sciences as well as knowledge of scientific methods relevant to the topic. The programme consists of supervised independent research and course work. The licentiate degree comprises 120 credits and the doctorate comprises 240 credits.
Read more about the third-cycle courses at the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences.