Master of Science Molecular Biomedicine

  • Study plans

    Study plan with start of study in the winter semester

    Ideal course of studies with the beginning of the winter semester. Since the order of the research and advanced modules can be freely arranged, the course of studies shown is only one of many possible variants. When planning your studies, please note that the Laboratory Organization course from the Project Management module and the module Basic Concepts of Molecular Biomedicine only are offered in the winter semester.

    Study plan with start of study in the winter semester
    © WWU Fachbereich Biologie

    Study plan with start of study in the summer semester

    Ideal course of studies with the beginning of the summer semester. Since the order of the research and advanced modules can be freely arranged, the course of studies shown is only one of many possible variants. When planning your studies, please note that the Laboratory Organization course from the Project Management module and the module Basic Concepts of Molecular Biomedicine only are offered in the winter semester.

    Study plan with start of study in the summer semester
    © WWU Fachbereich Biologie
  • Infromation on study courses

    MSc Biowissenschaften, MSc Biotechnologie, MSc Molekulare Biomedizin


    Mentor for MSc-students
    Msc-students have to announce their mentor in the first semester. The form can be downloaded here.


    External advanced and research modules
    For all external advanced and research modules, you have to hand in an application to the examination office. The form should include information on the reason for the external module, the external institute and the signature of the mentor.


    Infos Projektleitungsmodul:
    Projektleitungs-Modul


    Information Master thesis:
    The master programs Biotechnology and Molecular Biomedicine provide the possibility to prepare the master thesis also in working groups of the associated faculties (as long as the working group is involved in the study program). In case of Biotechnology, the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy offers these working groups and in case of Molecular Biomedicine, the Faculty of Medicine offers working groups. Information about potential working groups at the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy you may receive from Dr. Patrick Zeni (azerwanUnims Kopie).


    Information obligatory module for student of Biotechnology:
    Innovationsmanagement und Patentrecht: more information you can find in the online Modul-Handbuch.


  • Examination regulations

    Auf dieser Seite finden Sie die aktuellen Prüfungs- sowie Änderungsordnungen für die MSc-Studiengänge des Fachbereichs Biologie. Ferner finden Sie hier die Zulgangs- und Zulassungsordnung zu den MSc-Studiengängen.
    Diese Ordnungen sind amtlich bekanntgemacht und daher rechtsverbindlich. Beachten Sie bitte, dass diese Liste keinen Anspruch auf Vollständigkeit erhebt! Prüfnugsordnungen zu älteren Studiengängen finden Sie hier.

    Ordnung
    veröffentlicht (Amtliche Bekanntmachungen WWU) gültig ab
    Zugangs- und Zulassungsordnung für die konsekutiven Masterstudiengänge des Fachbereichs Biologie an der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster 25.02.2014 SoSe 14
    1. Ordnung zur Änderung der Zugangs- und Zulassungsordnung für die konsekutiven Masterstudiengänge des Fachbereichs Biologie an der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster vom 25. Februar 2014 vom 30. April 2015 11.05.2015 WiSe
    10/11
    MSc Molekulare Biomedizin
    Prüfungsordnung für den Masterstudiengang Molekulare Biomedizin an der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster vom 22. Mai 2013 03.06.2013 WiSe 10/11
    Erste Ordnung zur Änderung der Prüfungsordnung für den Master-Studiengang Molekulare Biomedizin vom 22. Mai 2013 vom 24. Juli 2018 17.09.2018 WiSe 18/19

  • QISPOS

    In jedem Semester müssen Sie sich für die Veranstaltungen des Semesters im QISPOS anmelden.
    Für die Anmeldung folgen Sie diesem Link: QISPOS Anmeldung
    Zu den allgemeinen und vorgezogenen Fristen finden Sie auf den Seiten des Prüfungsamtes hier und hier aktuelle Informationen.

    Studiengangsspezifische Informationen zur QISPOS-Anmeldung
    Die Prüfungssätze 21001, 22001 und 23001 wählen Sie bitte an, wenn Sie Ihre Masterarbeit angemeldet haben.

  • FAQ

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  • Qualification Goals

    The consecutive Master's programme, which is strongly oriented towards research, provides in-depth understanding of the basic principles of molecular biomedicine, offers ample scope for specialisation, and leads to cross-disciplinary qualifications adapted to recent job-related social developments. Students are familiarised with current theories, methods and concepts germane to the planning, implementation and assessment of scientific research. Among other things, they learn how to manage projects, work in teams, and communicate effectively with other people. These key competencies will enable them to assert themselves in the academic job market.Graduates of the programme have a comprehensive understanding of at least one currently relevant area of molecular biomedicine, and they can set the specific features of this domain in relation to the fundamental principles of research in molecular biomedicine and other branches of the natural sciences. In addition to core specialist knowledge of specific fields of investigation, they have assimiliated information about current research and the international scientific community.The MSc programme in molecular biomedicine provides sound specialist knowledge of an area where research projects in molecular biomedicine are currently underway. Students are taught how to establish links between this domain and the basic principles underlying other biosciences and other natural science disciplines. In addition, they learn how to make these connections clear to other people. After completing the Master's programme they are well equipped for lifelong learning. In other words, they know how to acquire new skills and knowledge with little or no assistance from specialists. They can take stock of complex relationships between facts and ideas, discuss new research results, make a critical assessment of such findings and consider them in relation to academic disciplines which are relevant to the domain in which they are currently working. They can apply their knowledge in a responsible manner and make critical judgments after taking due account of social and ethical issues. Theycan develop scientific ideas and projects, work without external assistance, apply scientific methods and findings with a view to analysing and resolving problems relating to molecular biomedicine. These activities include the planning, implementation andassessment of experimental research projects. When graduates of the programme take part in discussions with their colleagues, they can present facts and ideas in a critical and responsible manner, set problems of molecular biomedicine and findings in relation to neighbouring disciplines, take account of ongoing research, and communicate effectively with the general public. Taking due account of legal regulations, they can also head a team in a responsible fashion and show their co-workers how to carry out a scientific project successfully.