This degree provides an in-depth study of how animals behave and function, and could lead to a vocational career in the animal sector.
As well as giving a sound background in biology, this programme focuses on how plant species interact, both physiologically and ecologically, with each other, as well as with animal species and their environment.
Interested in what causes diseases like cancer? Want to help develop new drug treatments? Biochemistry is the key to understanding how diseases occur and can be treated.
If you are interested in a research career in biochemistry, this Integrated Master's degree equips you with the advanced practical skills and knowledge you'll need.
Our three-year Biology BSc Honours degree is the widest-ranging of our BSc degrees, dealing with all forms of life, at all scales, from cells and molecules to whole organisms and ecosystems.
This degree focuses on biomolecules, organelles and cells, and how they all contribute to the function of organisms as a whole.
Our four-year Cellular and Molecular Biology MBiol Honours degree is very similar in content to our BSc but includes a year of Master's-level study, which offers significant research experience.
This three-year BSc Honours degree covers plants, animals and micro-organisms, but with a strong focus on whole organisms and their roles in the environment.
Our four-year Ecology and Environmental Biology MBiol Honours degree is very similar in content to our BSc but includes a year of Master's-level study, which offers significant research experience.
Interested in how genetic information passes from one generation to the next? Want to explore the causes of hereditary diseases? This degree gives you in-depth knowledge of how genes affect health and disease.
If you are interested in a research career in genetics, this integrated Master's degree equips you with the advanced practical skills and knowledge you'll need.
This degree explores the functioning of the human body in health and disease. It equips you with specialist knowledge about how major diseases can be treated.
Our four-year MSci degree is designed to give you greater experience in a professional research environment, through an extensive research project in one of our internationally acclaimed research institutes in your fourth year.
Our Marine Biology BSc Honours degree provides you with a holistic understanding of human interaction with the marine environment.
This degree explores the physical and chemical environments in which marine organisms live.
This degree explores animals in the marine environment, from single organisms right up to mammals such as blue whales.
Want to study biomedical and biomolecular sciences at Newcastle but not sure which degree you want to study? This degree lets you delay choosing your specialism until the end of the first year.
This degree explores how drugs work on the human body. It gives you specialist knowledge relevant to a career in the pharmaceutical industry.
Physiology is the study of the organ systems of the human body and how they control and maintain body function in both normal (health) and pathophysiological (disease) states.
This BPS-accredited degree allows you to combine the study of animal, plant and human biology with the study of human and animal behaviour.
Zoology is the scientific study of all forms of animal life, including how they behave, reproduce, evolve, and interact with other species and their environment.
Our four-year Zoology MBiol Honours degree is very similar in content to our BSc but includes a year of Master's-level study, which offers significant research experience.Back to top