|UAC code||Pattern of attendance||2013 cut-off||Start date||Major offer round|
|Newcastle – Callaghan||CSP||480100||3F/EqP||84.00||3 Mar 2014||16 Jan 2014|
Assumed knowledge: A strong background in the basic sciences including Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Mathematics.
Major studies: Anatomy, cell biology, human bioscience, human genetics and bioinformatics, human pharmacology, immunology, medical biochemistry, microbiology, molecular biology, neuroscience, nutrition, pathophysiology, physiology, virology. Minor studies: Bioinformatics, chemistry, laboratory safety, scientific data evaluation and statistics.
Practical experience: Practical classes will be held in selected courses where appropriate. There is an opportunity for students to do a research project in the third year of the degree.
Honours: Available as an additional year to meritorious students.
Career opportunities: Examples include biomedical research in government, industry and pathology laboratories; opportunities in biotechnology, pharmaceutical and reproductive industries (IVF); in addition to education, communication, patent law and administrative careers with a requirement for knowledge in biomedical sciences. The degree is also suitable for those seeking entry into postgraduate degree programs such as Pharmacy, Medicine or Law.
Additional information: Students will acquire skills in problem-solving, critical reasoning and independent learning and oral and written communication which will enable them to perform at high levels in future employment.
Review of programs
|For an explanation of the abbreviations used in this course description, visit www.uac.edu.au/undergraduate/course-search/search-results.shtml|