|Degree:||Bachelor of Science (Honours) (BSc (Hons))|
|Study modes:||full-time, part-time|
|Next start date:||01 Sep 2023|
|University website:||Biomedical Science|
The next intake for this course is in September 2023.
Do you want to work at the forefront of medical research? This Biomedical Science degree will prepare you for roles in clinical and public health laboratories, industry and research settings, and you'll gain skills that are in high demand.
This is a progressive, challenging course which focuses on the latest advances in medical research aimed at preventing ill health and prolonging life. The devastating COVID-19 pandemic has increased demand for skills in this area, so this degree is highly relevant right now and you can expect to have strong career prospects.
Biomedical Science is a broad discipline of modern medical science. It is all about understanding human health and the diseases that affect the normal processes in the human body, including their diagnosis. On this degree you'll gain the skills and knowledge to understand the operation of human organisms through subjects like clinical chemistry, immunology, microbiology, histology, clinical genetics, molecular biology, pathology and cancer biology.