Develop your understanding of the breadth and depth of modern biomedical science from leading researchers in this area. Access the latest knowledge of biomedical science developments and put this theory into practice through structured research projects. Focus on the human body at the molecular, cellular and whole body levels, and the disciplines of anatomy, biochemistry and cell biology, physiology, developmental biology, microbiology, pharmacology and neuroscience. You’ll learn the scientific process through activities ranging from experimental design and hands-on experiments to computer modelling. Develop your critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills to graduate well equipped for a rewarding career. Use this program as a pathway to study medicine or allied health programs. For more information, visit Bachelor of Biomedical Science at UQ.
Use this program as a pathway to study medicine or allied health programs.
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Work in hospital and diagnostic clinical laboratories, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies; laboratory work in molecular and cellular biology; health policy and communication; and secondary schools or other educational institutions (when combined with a teaching qualification).
3 years Full time or 6 years Part time