Biological Physics 48 months Undergraduate Program By Simon Fraser University |Top Universities
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Program Duration

48 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

Physics and AstronomyMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Physics and Astronomy

Degree

BSc

Study Level

Undergraduate

Biological Physics in the Faculty of Science includes courses in biology, physics, chemistry, and molecular biology and biochemistry. Biological Physics uses quantitative skills to answer questions in molecular biology. With a foundation in physical sciences and modern biology, this program prepares you for careers in applied research in biophysics, quantitative biology and biotechnology. This bachelor of science (BSc) program is for students who are interested in using physical approaches to tackle biological problems. Students should speak with an advisor as soon as possible to schedule their programs.

Program overview

Main Subject

Physics and Astronomy

Degree

BSc

Study Level

Undergraduate

Biological Physics in the Faculty of Science includes courses in biology, physics, chemistry, and molecular biology and biochemistry. Biological Physics uses quantitative skills to answer questions in molecular biology. With a foundation in physical sciences and modern biology, this program prepares you for careers in applied research in biophysics, quantitative biology and biotechnology. This bachelor of science (BSc) program is for students who are interested in using physical approaches to tackle biological problems. Students should speak with an advisor as soon as possible to schedule their programs.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

88+
6+
2+
65+
1130+
Jan-2000

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