Microscopists play a pivotal role in measuring and interpreting the structure-property relationships in materials and enjoy excellent employment prospects.
Our students find employment in areas as diverse as:
- forensic laboratories
- anatomy and histology
- environmental agencies and monitors
- manufacturing industries, quality control and product development
- government and university research laboratories
The emerging areas of biotechnology and nanotechnology are now creating an increasing demand for skills and know-how in microscopy.
Graduates of this program also have a great future in PhD research and access to a number of career options in forensic, biomedical, biotechnological, chemical, geological, archaeological, metallurgical, physical, engineering and nanotechnological fields requiring imaging expertise.