Studying Genomic Medicine Part-Time
If you are a working professional or do not have time for a full MSc, we have a number of flexible options:
- A Masters over two years part-time (180 credits)
- A Postgraduate Diploma (120 credits) - either taken over 1 year or 2 years
- A Postgraduate Certificate (60 credits) - either taken over 1 year or 2 years
- AIndividual modules for CPPD.
Option 1: Full Masters over two years
Over two years, you will complete eight taught modules during the Autumn and Spring terms and during the Summer term, either a tailored Research Project or a Literature Review with two additional taught modules.
The overview below shows how these modules will be arranged:
NOTE: The Research project will be studied for 15 weeks each year, on a part time basis and can be taken in the workplace if appropriate. Please note that projects taken in Sheffield, will be supported by the Sheffield Genome Centre and project require appropriate approval.
Option 2: A Postgraduate Diploma or a Postgraduate Certificate
The range of modules which can be studied at Diploma or Certificate level can be seen below and all modules are 15 credits unless specified.
Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip): Students must achieve 120 credits in their modules overall. over 1 or 2 years
Postgraduate Certificate (PgCert): Students must achieve 60 credits in their modules overall, over 1 or 2 years
There is flexibility with the modules shown below, so please contact our team to discuss which combination of modules is most suitable to your interests.
NOTE: Students can apply directly to the above options or they can be used as exit strategies for a student if work commitments make completing the full masters problematic.
Option 3: Individual Modules for CPPD
CPPD modules. Individual modules will be available to study as stand-alone CPPD short courses for applicants
Please see our downloadable information sheet for part time study for the Academic Year 2018/19 at:
Part Time Information Sheet