The two-year master's programme in Molecular Techniques in Life Science consists of three terms of courses and one final term dedicated to the master's degree project. Each term consist of approximately 30 ECTS credits. The courses presented on this page apply to studies starting in autumn 2018.
The first year includes advanced level courses in genetics, translational medicine, molecular life science methods, and biological membrane dynamics, as well as the foundations of programming, bioinformatics, and comparative genomics. Karolinska Institute (autumn semester) and Stockholm University (spring semester) offer the courses during the first year.
Fall semester 2018, Courses organized by Karolinska Institute
5MT005 Genetics 5 credits
5MT006 Frontiers in translational medicine 16,5 credits
5MT008 Applied communication 7 credits
5MT007 Applied programming for life science 1 1,5 credits
Spring Semester 2019, Courses organized by Stockholm University
DA7062 Applied programming for life science 2 1,5 credits
KB7016 Bioinformatics 7 credits
KB7015 Structure and dynamics of biological membranes 7 credits
BL8060 Methods in molecular life science 7 credits
KB8019 Comparative genomics 7,5 credits
The second year contains mandatory courses in applied gene technology with bioinformatics analysis of large-scale data, and clinical applications of biotechnology. The second half of the fall semester offers three courses, of which the student should select two: systems biology, drug development, and a project course. The courses during the autumn term are offered by KTH Royal Institute of Technology. During the spring semester, the individual degree project is performed.
Fall Semester 2019, Courses organized by KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Applied gene technology and large-scale data analysis
Clinical applications of biotechnology
Applied programming for life science 3
Conditional courses, 2 out of three should be selected
Project in molecular life science
Spring semester 2020
Degree project, second cycle 30hp.
Changes in the programme may occur.