Senior Lecturer for the Instrumental Analytical Science PG Programmes at RGU, Dr Graeme Kay explains the content of the courses and why prospective students might choose to study them.

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  • MSc Instrumental Analytical Science - DNA Analysis, Proteomics & Metabolomics

    This course is designed for scientists who wish to develop skills relevant to job roles such as genetic testing, medical diagnostics and biomedical research. Graduate career opportunities exist in laboratories, clinical laboratories, forensic laboratories and biotechnology companies.

  • MSc Instrumental Analytical Science - Drug Analysis and Toxicology

    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.

  • MSc Instrumental Analytical Science - Oilfield Chemicals

    A course designed for scientists who wish to develop skills for a career in the gas and oil industry. The course benefits from industrial ties in the city of Aberdeen, a well-connected oil capital of Europe. Career opportunities within oil-based industries remain high with ever increasing oil demand, new field discoveries and renewed sector investment.

  • MSc Instrumental Analytical Science - Environmental Analysis

    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.