Graduate study in BioSciences

Pursue your interests with our specialised masters degrees, offering unique pathways to the workforce or a PhD.

Masters degrees

Master of Science

Our two-year Master of Science degrees provide specialised coursework studies and advanced research training. Combined with teaching in professional development skills, these courses provide pathways to the workforce and PhD studies. View the full course details below:

Master of Biotechnology

The biotechnology industry is in demand of specialists with technical expertise, business acumen and communication skills. Master of Biotechnology graduates emerge ready to lead in areas such as health, agribusiness, food and human technology. View the full course details below:

There are more than 240 research projects across the School of BioSciences, supported by state-of-the-art research centres and strategic partnerships with other institutions, government agencies and industry. Find a supervisor to guide you through your Masters degree, or learn more about the PhD pathways that open after you complete it.
Research opportunities Graduate research

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Other study options

You may also study the biological sciences through the following graduate study options: