What is the difference between the BSc and the MSci degrees in Biology, Zoology, Genetics and Human Genetics?

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What is the difference between the BSc and the MSci degrees in Biology, Zoology, Genetics and Human Genetics?

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The four-year MSci degree differs from the three-year BSc degree in its specialised training in research skills in the fourth year, particularly the intensive full-time project which occupies half of the year. The BSc degree has a project also, but this is taken along with lecture modules, and would normally involve two days work a week. While the MSci degree is designed for those who intend to start biological research on graduation, many of our BSc students currently go straight into a PhD course by research after their three years, and we expect that this will continue.

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