Bachelor of Science (Genetics)

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Bachelor of Science (Genetics)

  • Study mode
    Genetics is taught on campus.
  • Program rating
    You can study Genetics at the University of Melbourne via the Bachelor of Science or the Bachelor of Biomedicine. The program at Uni Melbourne will give you a background in human genetics, evolutionary genetics, molecular genetics and genomics, and you will learn about the differences between living things and how these variations are inherited.
  • Employability
    Careers in Genetics include working in the areas of agriculture, ecology and conservation, biotechnology and medical genetics. Places of employment include universities, museums, research institutes, hospitals, state and federal authorities and in biotechnology and scientific supply companies.
  • Expected salary
    The average Australian salary for someone working in research and development is $79,558, and working specifically in genetics salaries can vary from this guideline.
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  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Science (Genetics)
  • Course description
    Sample course plan
    Bachelor of Science major: Genetics
                
    First year

    Biology of Cells and Organisms     
    Chemistry     
    Mathematics     
    Managing People and Organisations
    Genetics and the Evolution of Life     
    Chemistry     
    Mathematics     
    The Internet: a Society Transformed

    Second year
    Principles of Genetics     
    Biochemistry     
    Biochemistry     
    Organisational
    Behaviour
    Genes and Genomes     
    Experiments in Genetics     

    Biochemistry     
    Drugs that have Shaped Society

    Third year
    Evolutionary Genetics and Genomics     
    Genes: Organisation and Function   
     
    Biochemistry     
    Organisations, Ethics and Society
    Genetic Analysis     
    Human and Medical Genetics     

    Biochemistry     
    Earth Resources, Society and Sustainability

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