The University of Notre Dame Australia
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Employers value graduates with a broad education and specific skills in certain areas. By combining studies in two or more areas students can increase their job prospects, extend their general education and pursue more than one interest. This can be achieved by a double degree such as our Bachelor of Biomedical Science / Bachelor of Commerce which brings together two complementary disciplines but only requires one additional year of study. The combination will appeal to highly motivated students who have a strong interest in both biomedicine and modern commerce.
Combining biomedical science and commerce provides you with a well-rounded skill set that encompasses both scientific and business knowledge. You will gain a deep understanding of the biomedical field, including biology, genetics, and medical research, while also developing expertise in business principles, economics, finance, marketing, and management. This interdisciplinary approach equips you with a diverse skill set that can be highly valuable in various industries.
The intersection of biomedical science and commerce is particularly relevant in the realm of biotechnology and healthcare entrepreneurship. Your combined knowledge of science and business will be highly valuable in navigating the complexities of the healthcare landscape.
Biomedical Science: Molecular & Cell Biology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Human Genetics, Immunology, Psychology, Pathology, Infectious Disease, Basic and Clinical Neurosciences, Reproductive Biology, Pharmacology. Commerce: Majors available in: Accounting, Advertising, Economics, Finance, Human Resource Management, Management, Marketing, Public Relations.
Graduates of this program can follow diverse career paths in the private and public sectors; the following careers are open to graduates: Biochemist, biomedical scientist, researcher, biomedical sales, health provider or insurance companies, medical research specialist, and biomedical business development.
In the Bachelor of Biomedical Science, industry-relevant skills are taught in the Biomedical Science Techniques and Practicum course.
No internship is required for the Bachelor of Commerce component of the double degree.
Refer to Notre Dame current fee information.
All applicants must complete Notre Dame's Individual Factors Form and upload it to their UAC application.
Refer to Notre Dame general admission criteria.
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