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Bachelor of Science (Physiology - Cells to Systems)

  • Study mode
    Physiology is taught on campus.
  • Program rating
    Physiology can be studied via the Bachelor of Science or as part of the Bachelor of Biomedicine. Discoveries made in physiology have a big impact in not only health and medicine, but also in the areas of nutrition, exercise, industry, reproductive biology and environmental science. If looking for further study, graduates of this program are well prepared to study other life sciences or biotechnology.
  • Aimed at
    The program is aimed at those with an interest in how the body works and how organs and cells function within it.
  • Employability
    Career opportunities in physiology include working in universities, industry, teaching, specialist institutes, biomedical research, government or hospitals. Other careers as health professions and in biomedical research are also a possibility.
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  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science (Physiology - Cells to Systems)
  • Course description
    Sample course plan
    Bachelor of Science major: Physiology - Cells to Systems
                
    First year

    Biology of Cells and Organisms     
    Chemistry 1     
    Physics     
    Managing People and Organisations
    Genetics and the Evolution of Life     
    Chemistry 2     
    Physics     
    The Internet: a Society Transformed

    Second year
    Integrated Human Physiology     
    Zoology     
    Pharmacology     
    Organisational Behaviour
    Research Based Physiology     
    Zoology     
    Anatomy     
    Drugs that have Shaped Society

    Third year
    Cardiovascular Health: Genes and Hormones     
    Neurophysiology: Molecules, Brainstem and Motivation     
    Physiology of Muscle and Exercise     
    Organisations, Ethics and Society
    Frontiers in Physiological Research     
    Zoology     
    Pharmacology     
    Earth Resources, Society and Sustainability

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