Bachelor of Science (Cell and Developmental Biology)

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Bachelor of Science (Cell and Developmental Biology)

  • Study mode
    Cell and Developmental Biology is studied on campus.
  • Program rating
    There are many ways to enrich your Bachelor of Science with the University of Melbourne, apart from achieving academically within the program. Undertaking a complementary diploma in languages, mathematics or music, taking advantage of the university´s study abroad and exchange program, or joining a student club or society are ways to improve your knowledge, leadership skills and experience at the University of Melbourne.
  • Employability
    After studying Cell and Developmental Biology jobs can be found in research or diagnostic laboratories, government agencies, agriculture, biotechnology, journalism and with the medical-legal area.
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  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Science (Cell and Developmental Biology)
  • Course description
    Sample course plan
    Bachelor of Science major: Cell and Developmental Biology
    First year

    Biology of Cells and Organisms     
    Science, Philosophy and History
    Genetics and the Evolution of Life     
    Music and Health

    Second year
    Fundamentals of Cell Biology     
    Management Information Systems
    Cells, Tissues and Organs     
    Molecular Cell Biology and Metabolism     

    Third year
    Principles of Cell and Developmental Biology     
    Developmental Biology     
    Biomedical Ethics
    Cell and Developmental Biology Elective Subject     
    Sounding Off: Music and Politics

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