The Bachelor of Biomedical Science is a 2-year accelerated degree that provides you with an undergraduate foundation for a career in the health sciences. The program will develop your knowledge and laboratory skills across a range of disciplines including anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, chemistry, biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, and microbiology, ultimately preparing you for graduate-entry programs such as medicine and the allied health professions. Extensive laboratory training from the first semester, as well as case studies and problem-solving techniques, are applied within a variety of clinical, research, and allied health care settings. The program offers the chance to gain exceptional, high-quality experience in our health science laboratories. From your very first semester, you will develop and master technical-scientific and research skills using some of the latest research equipment. Plus, due to Bond University’s small class sizes, you will enjoy extensive use of this equipment and will be able to use the facilities outside of scheduled class times to further develop and refine your practical skills. An innovative feature of the program is the application of problem-based learning in the curriculum, a popular feature in medical programs which creates an engaging student learning experience to increase analytical reasoning and critical thinking skills. For more course information, visit the Bachelor of Biomedical Science at Bond Uni.
Students can choose between a Laboratory/Research or Pre-Health professional majors. Students completing the Laboratory/ Research Major will have the opportunity to undertake a two-semester research project with Biomedical Science researchers at Bond University.
Compliance requirements exist for programs in the Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine (HSM). Please refer to the HSM Compliance webpage at https://bond.edu.au/about-bond/academia/faculty-health-sciences-medicine/compliance for full details of the compulsory compliance requirements for your program.
This program requires successful completion of: English; and either Mathematical Methods or Physics or equivalent
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Laboratory technician, Clinical researcher, Research scientist, Pathology services.
19 Jan 2024
19 Jan 2024
2 years Full time or 4 years Part time