The Bachelor of Biomedical Science program provides you with a comprehensive grasp of how the human body functions and prepares you for a satisfying career in the medical industry with a concentration on physiology, anatomy, and cell biology.
This degree can be utilized to launch a lucrative career in biomedical research or as a requirement for entry into postgraduate health programs like postgraduate medicine. Also, you will gain a firm foundation in the medical sciences as well as advanced laboratory skills through hands-on experimentation and online interactive learning.
Besides that, the new curriculum offers a top-notch syllabus that promotes critical thinking and active learning through inquiry-based team-based learning, a strategy that creates gifted, knowledgeable, and lifelong learners. Your cognitive, analytical, organizational, interpersonal, and personal skills will also advance.
Here, you will also gain a comprehensive understanding of how the body works on all levels, from the molecular to the physiological. Students will have a deeper understanding of human biological science and use it to analyze the cellular, molecular, and systemic causes, signs, and potential therapies of disease. Principal research areas include:
What you will study
Students must earn 288 credit points, which are made up of the following, to receive the degree of Bachelor of Biomedical Science:
First Year Core studies - 96 credit points
Major studies - 96 credit points
Second Major studies or Minor studies - 96 credit points
After passing this course, students will be qualified for:
Critically examine biological influences on sickness, happiness, and health and characterize their regional and global manifestations;
Critically analyze original biomedical research material, map scientific experimentation, and employ relevant statistical approaches;
Assess health and illness utilizing physiology, anatomy, molecular cell biology, and applied research;
Research and give recommendations for responses to present, emerging, and future biomedical science challenges; evaluate medical interventions and therapies.
Apply biomedical research theory to real-world situations in cutting-edge labs and workplaces;
Conceptually exemplify the core values of professionalism and ethics in the field of biomedical science;
Clear and analytically convey complicated biomedical science concepts to professional and lay audiences, including colleagues, research teams, supervisors, the community, and commercial partners.
After finishing this course, you will be prepared to work in the biomedical field locally and abroad or pursue postgraduate study. You will have developed the critical-thinking, communication, and lab-work abilities required of professionals in both clinical practice and biomedical science research.
On the other hand, a biomedical science degree is a precondition for postgraduate medicine (pending completion of prerequisites) and a gateway to other allied health degrees, such as physiotherapy, dentistry, or osteopathy.
Also, you will work in a profession, including:
Medical laboratory scientist
Science laboratory specialist
After passing Units 3 and 4 of the Australian Senior Secondary Certificate (VCE or equivalent), a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or 20 in any other English subject is required (or equivalent).
Any mathematics, any branch of chemistry, any branch of biology, and any branch of physical education with a study score of 20 in that subject.
Completion of a higher education program in Australia (or equivalent).
English Language Requirements
IELTS - 6.0
TOEFL - 67
PTE - 50
For Domestic Students - Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP)
For International Students - AUD $15,800 (Per Semester)