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Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) (Honours)

  • Bachelor (Honours)

This course is a continuation from the undergraduate Bachelor of Science (Medical Science) course

Key details

Degree Type
Bachelor (Honours)
1 year full-time
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In person

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What you will learn

  • apply biomedical science knowledge to extend the boundary of knowledge through a research project (and/or); demonstrate knowledge of bioscience research methodologies in bioscience and how they are applied to answer research questions
  • critically analyse the biomedical science literature to design, implement and evaluate a research project
  • determine the type and variety of biomedical science information required using appropriate technologies; synthesise and evaluate scientific and experimental information
  • communicate the research process and outcomes through a proposal, dissertation and oral presentations appropriate for a scientific audience; keep accurate records of experimental work and planning
  • use appropriate instrumentation to undertake biomedical science experiments
  • demonstrate intellectual curiosity throughout the planning, conduct and evaluation of the research process
  • consider biomedical science problems from a global perspective; apply international biomedical standards for experimental procedures
  • recognise the significance of their project in a broader biological, social and cultural context
  • demonstrate an application of the ethical requirements for research in a bioscience research field; work independently to plan and implement a research project

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