Range of Courses
The School's robust and industry relevant courses equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in distinct and exciting industries.
Our courses can be found in the following subject areas or grouped listing.
Undergraduate Biomedical Science Programme
The program comprises of three routes: Biomedical Science, Applied Biomedical Science and Bioscience with Biomedical Sciences. All students start with the same Year 1 modules allowing them to progress through to the appropriate course at the start of Year 2.
A course designed for students who wish to gain a qualification with a broader range of biomedical science subjects, allowing them to find employment in the medical/ pharmaceutical sector.
Biomedical scientists work in partnership with other healthcare professionals to perform many different roles in laboratories.
Develop the knowledge and skills to enter a range of and exciting and dynamic biological disciplines.
Scientific skills are vital in finding evidence that will assist in the investigative phase of a police enquiry.
The Pharmacist is a healthcare professional whose role has expanded greatly in recent years, making pharmacy a hugely varied and rewarding career. This course, leading to award of MPharm, will allow you to enter pre-registration training, successful completion of which permits application to register as a pharmacist with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC).
Learn how nutrients in food are used in the body, and how you can help improve the quality of people's lives by understanding the relationship between diet and health.
A Dietitian uses nutrition science to devise eating plans for patients to help manage medical conditions. This course covers the sciences that underpin diet, and the relationship with health and illness, and supports development of skills necessary to work with individuals and groups.
This course is designed to meet the needs of progressive practitioners enabling you to develop your expertise in areas relating to advanced pharmacy practice.
Our Clinical Pharmacy Practice course will provide the opportunity for pharmacists to develop professional competence as clinical practitioners involved in making decisions about drug therapy for individual patients.
A course designed for scientists who wish to develop skills in environmental analysis. The availability of posts for graduates is very favourable, with job roles ranging from regulation within local authorities and environmental monitoring through to heavy industry.
A course designed for scientists who wish to develop skills that apply to a range of careers including drug screening, pharmaceutical analysis and drug analysis. Analysis-based career opportunities are strong, with nearly 100% of our graduates who are seeking employment able to obtain posts within three months.
The MSc Clinical Pharmacy Service Development is an exciting and varied mix of academic and clinical learning. This is a two year course with a focus on developing the knowledge and skills required for the development, implementation and evaluation of clinical pharmacy services.
Health Professions Research at Robert Gordon University is built on strong foundations of education and practice based research.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Courses
This course will prepare pharmacists to register with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) as a pharmacist independent prescriber.
The course is ideal for sport and exercise professionals, sport scientists, physiotherapists, nutritionists and dietitians who require accurate anthropometric assessment and profiling.