Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Biomedicine is an exciting area that plays a major role in helping people lead healthier lives. It's an industry that is constantly evolving. You'll learn about anatomy, pathophysiology, genetic sciences and can go on to work in areas like genome biology, genetic mapping, stem cell research and biological pharmaceuticals. Studies range from lifespan nutrition, to food microbiology, metabolism to applied biochemistry.
This course consists of 360 credit points. Students will undertake a mix of theoretical and practical courses, consisting of four 15-credit point courses per semester. Students will complete 17 core courses, and 6 specialisation elective courses and 1 general elective.
- Anatomy and physiology
- Molecular Biology
- Research training
Standard entry requirements
Entry requirements (year 12) Admissions Criteria for current Year 12 students and recent secondary graduates (the past 2 years). Prerequisites: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 20 in any Mathematics or at least 20 in any Science;Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 20 in any English. This course uses the ATAR as part of its selection considerations. Guaranteed ATAR. This courseha s a guaranteed ATAR.If you meet the program pre-requisites and any ‘Essential Requirements for Admission’, we will guarantee you a place with this ATAR. We use the adjusted ATAR, factoring in subject adjustments and SEAS as detailed below. Subject Adjustments: A study score of 35 in Biology, Chemistry or Physics equals 3 aggregate points per study. Overall maximum of 5 points. SEAS (Special Entry Access Scheme): Applicants who have experienced educational disadvantage are encouraged to apply for the Special Entry Access Schemes (SEAS). Depending on eligibility and your circumstances, a SEAS application may provide support for your course application. Study score of 35 in Biology, Chemistry or Physics equals 3 aggregate points per study. Overall maximum of 5 points. Entry requirements (non year 12): Admission criteria for applicants with a Higher Education Study. Compulsory: Previous higher education studies with results at a pass level, including any 'single subjects of study', or successful completion of a tertiary preparatory course such as the Federation Federation Access Studies (FAST). Admission criteria for applications with a Vocational Education and Training study. Compulsory: Successful completion of a relevant VET qualification at Certificate III level or higher. Admission criteria for applications with work and life experience. Minimum requirements: Applicants who have not completed secondary education or undertaken any TAFE or university studies will not be eligible for entry into this course. Applicants in this category should consider a pathway such as Federation Access Studies (FAST).
Although completion does not automatically guarantee entry into a Graduate Medical School, it does fulfill the anatomy, physiology and biochemistry pre-requisites required for entry into graduate medicine at some institutions.
Credit will be considered if you have successfully completed higher education or TAFE studies. Advanced standing will be determined on an individual basis, depending on your eligibility for credit transfer, prior experience and qualifications. If you are seeking alternative entry into the Bachelor of Biomedical Science you can consider applying for the following: Federation Access Studies (FAST) - designed to provide you with an alternative entry method into tertiary study. Further study options: Further opportunities exist in Biomedical Science through an Honours research course comprising a focus on genetics/genomics, molecular and cellular biology, immunology, public health or health informatics. The graduate medical program at Deakin University and graduate medical, physiotherapy, dentistry, veterinary science and other courses at other interstate universities provide opportunities for further study and specialisation for those graduates that satisfy the selection criteria upon completion of this degree.
|Mid year intake
|Mount Helen (Ballarat)
This program is available via Online Learning, in combination with one to two weeks (depending on your program) of compulsory on-campus laboratory sessions. These lab sessions are held in semester one and semester two in each year of your program. You will also be required to complete examinations either on-campus, or at an approved remote exam location in your region, under supervision. Further information: study.federation.edu.au