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Master study course: M-Modules

The Master module courses consist of highly interactive lecture units combined with a practical course. You will actively be involved in the planning and concepts. Prior plant biology knowledge is not a requirement for attending our Master courses. The content of the courses is useful for general application in sciences and molecular science.

Currently we offer two Master module courses (elective compulsatory):

The course M-4450 takes place in the summer semester.

The course and examination are offered in English language upon request by students.

You will study basic concepts of hormone and stress responses at the molecular, cellular and physiological level using selected case study objects. You will utilise a diverse set of approaches and study the concepts and principles of the methods, that can be applied in a wide variety of research objects and model organisms.  Prior plant biology knowledge is not a requirement for attending the Master course.

For further information please visit the website of Biology. There you can find the central allocation of modules as well as moduledescriptions.

The course M-4451 takes place in the winter semester.

The course and examination are offered in English language upon request by students.

You develop a three-year research project of your choice, perform an initial proof-of-concept experiment and design a project proposal, according to general guidelines for PhD fellowship application. This course addresses to students that wish to work with self-determination, personal responsibility and curiosity.

For further information please visit the website of Biology. There you can find the central allocation of modules as well as moduledescriptions.

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