BSc Bioprocessing of new medicine (Business and Management) Watch

harry218
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Hey,

Can someone please explain to me what this degree actually is?
I am confused about this degree, is it a biomedical degree, or is it a business studies and management degree specified to the healthcare industry?

If you studied it, what would it be called on your CV?

Would someone with this degree be able to work in trading/finance?
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Hey,

Bioprocessing of new medicine is under the faculty/department of biochemical engineering. Both the business and management and science and engineering (in regards to bio-processing) is classed as a BSc. The modules consist (for business and man.) of three business units = 0.5 credits two biochemical = 0.5 credits and a MINOR = 1 Credit - unlike an engineering degree the classification is not a BEng.

The degree itself is designed to give you a good grounding in both the science of bioprocessing and the management of new emerging technologies in healthcare. You will develop an understanding of the latest biomedical and diagnostic advances, together with the business skills necessary for health and clinical research management.If you were to study it - the degree would be called and put on your CV as what you applied to do at the uni.

Someone who does this degree typically would be working for companies such as GSK handling million pound projects. They potentially would travel to countries such as America to give presentations based on the projects. However recent graduate statistics found in UCL's guide book showed that most students went on to further study (masters) and the rest progressed to get jobs in a science related field.

If you want to work in trading and finance it would deb better if you took a more relevant degree such as maths, economics or business management.

Hope you found this useful!

Aish.
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