In the master’s programme Molecular Microbiology, you gain a deeper knowledge of the field of microbiology. The core areas include molecular cellular biology, bacteriology – with a particular emphasis on the medically relevant aspects of infection biology – and environmental biology. You receive information about these specialised, future-oriented topics in lectures that transmit theoretical knowledge and numerous practical laboratory courses.
- You acquire fundamental knowledge in the fields of microbiology, cell biology, genetics and infection biology.
- You learn how to plan and conduct microbiological and molecular biological experiments.
- You use practical and analytical techniques relevant to microbiology, molecular biology, biochemistry and gene technology.
- You perform experiments using modern scientific and technological methods.
- You assess the results of experiments, identify problems and propose solutions.
- You learn to develop new strategies by considering and assessing current research findings.
- You use modern information technology in bioinformatics.
- You work in teams and present results.