The Analytical Toxicology MSc is a unique study programme that integrates theoretical and practical aspects of analytical science with clinical and forensic toxicology. This course will provide you with a detailed knowledge and comprehensive understanding of advanced analytical toxicology and its applications.
Theory-based study programme developed with the collaboration of both national and international experts in the field of clinical and forensic toxicology.
Designed for scientists wishing to enter the field of clinical or forensic toxicology, or for clinical and forensic practitioners who want to enhance their existing knowledge and professional experience.
King's is ranked 7th in the world for Pharmacy & Pharmacology (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017)
This new course, unique in the UK, integrates theoretical and practical aspects of analytical science with clinical and forensic toxicology.
Excellent career prospects that include analytical and supervisory roles within government and private institutions.
The Analytical Toxicology MSc has been designed for scientists wishing to enter the field of clinical or forensic toxicology, or for clinical and forensic specialists wanting to develop their existing knowledge and professional experience. This one-year course explores the close connections between clinical and forensic toxicology through a range of modules that includes advanced analytical toxicology, core analytical sciences, biochemical, clinical and forensic toxicology. You will also complete a research project and dissertation related to analytical toxicology.
You will study modules totalling 180 credits throughout the year, with 60 credits coming from the research project and dissertation.
The majority of learning for this degree takes place at the King’s College London Waterloo Campus (Franklin Wilkins Building).
Work placements are at a variety of sites including Cambridgeshire, Surrey, Malvern, Birmingham, and Teddington.
King’s College is regulated by the Higher Education Funding Council for England.
Graduate career paths include analytical and supervisory roles within government and private institutions.