Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Biomedical Science at Deakin covers the science underpinning medical applications, from basic biology to specific disease processes to provide you with a thorough understanding of human biology and health, with an emphasis on causes, diagnosis and treatment of disease at the molecular, cellular and system levels. The Bachelor of Biomedical Science is a flexible and topical program, and our multidisciplinary approach enables you to learn about your chosen field of study from both scientific and health perspectives. Throughout the course you'll gain relevant and wide-ranging practical experience in the laboratory to ensure you graduate with both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required across a diverse range of careers. You also have the opportunity to participate in a global science placement overseas and to apply for an Industry-Based Learning placement. Placement opportunities enable you to apply knowledge gained in your course, experience workplace culture and practices, explore career options, and develop a professional network before you graduate.
24 credit points over 3 years. Students will also complete a professional practice unit involving an experiential learning component and have the option to apply for an Industry Based Learning (IBL) placement, which will allow them to apply and consolidate knowledge gained in their course, experience workplace culture and workplaces practices, explore career options and develop a professional network. Please refer to specific course details for campus of offer for major sequences.
- Environmental health
- Infection and immunity
- Medical biotechnology
- Medical genomics
- Molecular life sciences
- Pharmaceutical science.
Standard entry requirements
- Year 12 or equivalent
- Prerequisites: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or 20 in English other than EAL
Honours year is available to high achieving students.
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Graduates will be able to enter a vast range of health-related industries including medical research, genetic engineering, the pharmaceutical industry, pharmaceutical/medical sales and laboratory technology. They can also advance to honours or postgraduate studies, either in more specialised areas of biomedical science (which will enhance their professional development as a scientist), or in other disciplines (which will compliment their scientific training and broaden their career opportunities).