Human Biology Preclinical

Study mode:On campus Study type:Full-time Languages: English
 
StudyQA ranking:5252 Duration:4 years

The Bachelor of Science (Human Biology Preclinical) provides integrated studies in human biology with focus on applied human structure and function. It is designed to provide an ideal amount for graduate-entry programs in clinical disciplines like medicine, nursing, nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, pharmacy, audiology and chiropractic. This amount is an excellent choice for students desiring a career in allied health but that are not yet ready to devote to a particular livelihood. Graduates are able to access and critically evaluate scientific literature, are accomplished communicators and so are well-equipped for a livelihood in medical research or instruction. The very first year of this course provides a foundation in living and overall sciences with focus on the evolution of learning skills. Second year grows selected subject matter in detail combined by laboratory-based learning. From the next year students apply their learning to explore aspects of current research in human biology and the life sciences. This course prepares students for prerequisite assessments for graduate entry to medicine and dentistry. Graduates can also apply for entrance to professional master programs including people in physiotherapy, occupational therapy, pharmacy, chiropractic, nursing, and speech pathology and audiology. Students might also qualify to input research programs leading to higher degrees within the life sciences.

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Study mode:On campus Languages: English
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301–350 place StudyQA ranking: 5420