Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science)

The University of Adelaide
Em Adelaide (Austrália)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Adelaide (Austrália)
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This program focuses on the biomedical aspects of biology, including the normal and abnormal function of the human body.
  The emphasis is on modern biomedical knowledge and research approaches used to gain that knowledge.
Students are taught by world-class biomedical researchers and experienced educators, and have the opportunity to pursue a research project as an introduction to modern biomedical research.


3 years

full-time
or
part-time equiv.
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Adelaide
University Of Adelaide Thebarton Campus 3/49 Holland Street, SA 5005, South Australia, Austrália
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O que se aprende nesse curso?

Immunology
Biology
Microbiology
Biochemistry
Genetics
Biomedical Science
Global
University
Biomedical

Programa

Students will start from a broad base in their first year that includes biology and chemistry.
In their second year students begin to specialise with a focus on biochemistry, genetics, microbiology and immunology.
Students choose two majors in their third year with at least one in biochemistry, genetics or microbiology and immunology.
By the end of their studies students will have acquired broad knowledge of biomedical science and an in depth grounding in at least one core biomedical science discipline with a substantial research focus.
Academic Program Rules The Calendar is a comprehensive handbook of the University's academic program rules.
Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) Areas of Specialisation Biochemistry Genetics Microbiology & Immunology Example Study Plan Indicative study plan Year1S1 BIOLOGY 1101ND Biology I: Molecules, Genes and Cells(3 units) CHEM 1100 Chemistry IA(3 units)OrCHEM 1101 Foundations of Chemistry IA (3 units) Approved Level I Elective 1 x 3 units Approved Level I Elective 1 x 3 units S2 BIOLOGY 1201 Biology I: Human Perspectives(3 units) CHEM 1200 Chemistry IB(3 units)Or CHEM 1201 Foundations of Chemistry IB (3 units)Or CHEM 1311 Chemistry IB(S) (3 units)[Summer School] Approved Level I Elective 1 x 3 units which may include BIOLOGY 1202 Biology I: Organisms(3 units) Approved Level I Elective 1 x 3 units Year2S1 BIOMED 2510 Biomedical Science IIA(3 units) For a major in Biochemistry*BIOCHEM 2500 Biochemistry II: Molecular and Cell Biology (3 units) OrApproved Level II Elective 1 x 3 units For a major in Genetics*GENETICS 2510 Genetics IIA: Foundation of Genetics (3 units) OrApproved Level II Elective 1 x 3 units For a major in Microbiology and Immunology*MICRO 2500 Microbiology II(3 units) OrApproved Level II Elective 1 x 3 units S2 BIOMED 2520 Biomedical Science IIB(3 units) For a major in Biochemistry*BIOCHEM 2501 Biochemistry II: Metabolism (3 units) OrApproved Level II Elective 1 x 3 units For a major in Genetics*GENETICS 2520 Genetics IIB: Function & Diversity of Genomes(3 units) OrApproved Level II Elective 1 x 3 units For a major in Microbiology and Immunology*MICRO 2501 Immunology and Virology II (3 units) OrApproved Level II Elective 1 x 3 units Year 3S1 For a major in BiochemistryBIOCHEM 3230 Molecular and Structural Biology III (Biomedical Science) (6 units) OrFor a major in GeneticsGENETICS 3111 Genes, Genomes and Molecular Evolution III (6 units) OrFor a major in Microbiology and ImmunologyMICRO 3102 Infection and Immunity IIIA (Biomedical Science) (6 units) Approved Level III Course(s)1 x 6 unit Or 2 x 3 units S2 For a major in BiochemistryBIOCHEM 3235 Cancer, Stem Cells & Developmental Biology III (Biomedical Science) (6 units) OrFor a major in GeneticsGENETICS 3212 Gene Expression and Human and Developmental Genetics (Biomedical Science) III (6 units) OrFor a major in Microbiology and ImmunologyMICRO 3202 Infection and Immunity IIIB (Biomedical Science) (6 units) Approved Level III Course(s)1 x 6 unit Or 2 x 3 units *At least 12 units selected from these courses must be presented.
These courses will be selected to provide pathway/s towards major/s at Level III.
Assessment Exams, written and oral assignments and investigative projects; includes both individual and group participation.