Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This double degree enables you to develop life-long learning skills and mathematical inquisitiveness while understanding emerging medical complexities. Biomedical research and the development of new biomedical products contribute to improving health outcomes worldwide. You will gain knowledge and skills to work as part of multidisciplinary teams in biomedical research, development and commercialisation. The Bachelor of Mathematics component of the double degree will provide opportunities to develop skills and knowledge in mathematics and the ability to apply mathematics, statistics, computational methods and operations research to real world problems.
Foundation studies in human systematic anatomy, biomedical skills, human cell and molecular biology, biochemistry, human physiology, principles of infection and immunity, and genes, genomes and genetics provide a knowledge base for Years 2 and 3 when students choose a major. There is the opportunity to undertake two minor areas of study and students may choose to complement scientific studies with units in exercise physiology, Indigenous issues, psychology, public health, or ethical issues related to gene technology. The Bachelor of Mathematics component requires a total of 192 credit points as follows: 96 credit points of core units, 96 credit points of a selected major.
- Anatomical sciences
- Cell and molecular biotechnology
- Human biochemistry
- Human physiology
- Infection and immunity
- Applied and Computational Mathematics
- Operations Research
Standard entry requirements
- Year 12 or equivalent
- Assumed Knowledge: English, or Literature, or English and Literature, or English as an Additional Language (Units 3 & 4, C)
- Mathematical Methods or Specialist Mathematics (Units 3 & 4, C)
- Biology (Units 3 & 4, C) or Chemistry (Units 3 & 4, C).
Depending on final year units selected: Australian Society for Medical Research; Australian and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental Biology; Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Australian Association of Clinical Biochemists; Australian Society for Microbiology; Australian Neuroscience Society; The Endocrine Society of Australia; Society of Reproductive Biology; Australian and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists; Australian and New Zealand Bone and Mineral Society; Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society;
Graduates may apply to undertake an Honours year in the Faculty of Health or the Science and Engineering Faculty. Students may be able to claim advanced standing for part of their course, on the basis of completed or partially completed studies, and other assessable learning outcomes.
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Students will also require Hepatitis B vaccination prior to commencing the laboratory components in this course. Diphtheria, Measles, Mumps, Pertussis (Whooping Cough), Rubella, Tetanus and Varicella (Chicken Pox) vaccinations are mandatory for all students attending a Queensland Health facility for placement. Hepatitis A, Influenza and Poliomyelitis are highly recommended for all Health students. QUT offers a range of scholarships that provide real support for students. Our offer guarantee can give you peace of mind about your study choices. If you receive an ATAR or selection rank equal to or higher than the offer guarantee, you are guaranteed a place in the course regardless of the threshold. This means that when you know your ATAR or selection rank you can check your eligibility for a QUT course before receiving an offer. You still need to lodge a QTAC application by the closing date. A small number of courses do not participate in the offer guarantee scheme.