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  • Objectives
    This degree aims to produce high quality graduates possessing knowledge and skills to enable entry into selected areas of biochemical, biological, veterinary, Para-medical and related sciences.
  • Entry requirements
    Domestic students - Prerequisites: Nil; Recommended study - biomedical science and chemistry
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Biomedical Science
  • Course description

    About Biomedical Science

    Biomedical Science is the study of the causes, diagnosis & treatment of human diseases, representing one of the most important areas of applied science. Students who choose this program will study biological aspects of medical science and explore concepts associated with areas of biochemical, biological, veterinary, Para-medical and other related sciences.

    Students are introduced to biomedical and chemical science concepts and principles, with further study in areas such as microbiology, biochemistry, molecular biology and biotechnology, analytical science, pharmacology and toxicology.


    Career Opportunities

    Graduates have the expertise to enter a wide range of biomedically relevant employment fields. Employment opportunities exist in industrial science, the pharmaceutical and biotechnological industries, hospitals, biomedical research, the food industry, microbiological and medical diagnostics, agricultural industries, life sciences instrumentation industries, forensic science and government authorities. Graduates may also progress to further postgraduate study, which includes honours and research higher degrees in Biomedical Science, or to medicine via GAMSAT.


    Program Structure

    To be eligible for this award, students must complete a total of 24 courses/144 units of credit, comprised of:

        * 8 compulsory foundation courses;
        * 14 compulsory advanced courses; and
        * 2 elective courses.

    Recommended study schedule
    The following schedule is designed for full-time students who usually enrol in 4 courses (24 units of credit) per term. The normal schedule for part-time students is 2 courses (12 units of credit) per term. External (part-time) students note that Advanced Level courses are only offered in alternate years.

    Year 1
    Course Code     Course Name
    T1
    CHEM11007     Introductory Concepts of Chemical Sciences
    BIOL11099       Living Systems
    ENVR11011      Fundamentals of Environmental Science
    SCIE11021       Science Concepts

    T2
    BIOL11100       Functional Biology
    CHEM11008     Essential Principles of Chemical Sciences
    ENVR11012      Applications of Environmental Science
    SCIE11020       Science Principles

    Year 2
    Course Code     Course Name
    T1
    BIOH12010       Pathophysiology
    BIOL12106       Molecular Biology & Cell Culture
    BMED19010      Macromolecules and Cell Function
    MBIO19003       Introductory Microbiology

    T2
    BMED19003     Clinical Biochemistry
    CHEM13080     Analytical Science
    Elective     

    T3
    BMED19012     Clinical Pathology

    Year 3
    Course Code     Course Name
    T1
    BIOT13001      Genome Biotechnology
    BMED19007     Forensic Chemistry
    PHRM19001     Pharmacology and Toxicology
    Elective     

    T2
    BMED19005     Immunology
    BMED19006     Clinical Dietetics
    Elective     
    Elective     

    6 elective courses
    These may be selected from any level and from any discipline field (subject to satisfying any prerequisite and corequisite requirements as noted in this handbook, except SCIE11019 Introductory Bioscience).

    A recommended study schedule for this program can be obtained from your Program Administrator. Students may determine their own schedule based upon credit transfers and personal study requirements. It is important to note that full-time students usually enrol in 4 courses per term (24 units of credit) and part-time students usually enrol in 2 courses per term (12 units of credit).

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