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Part time Bachelors in Biomedical Studies in Australia 2020

A bachelor is an academic degree program that helps prepare students for a future career or to continue their education. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned in about three to five years depending on student achievement as well as the requirements of each specific degree program.

The study of biomedical science combines diverse and specialized disciplines such as pharmacology, anatomy, and immunology. Biomedical science researchers look for ways to sustain and even improve health in animals and humans.

Part time Bachelor in Biomedical Studies in Australia

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Bachelor of Health (Biomedical Sciences)

University of Southern Queensland (USQ)
Campus Online Full-time Part-time 3 years Request Info Australia Toowoomba Australia Online + 3 more

Does the human body intrigue you? Are you looking for a pathway into medicine? Our Bachelor of Health (Biomedical Sciences) covers physiology, pharmacology, biochemistry, microbiology, immunology and molecular biology topics to equip you for your biomedical career. You will gain skills in medical laboratory techniques, produce scientific reports for biomedical experiments and research. You can choose to study your biomedical degree online or enjoy the USQ on-campus experience.

Bachelor of Medical and Radiation Physics

University of Wollongong
Campus Full-time Part-time 3 years March 2020 Australia Wollongong + 1 more

The Bachelor of Medical and Radiation Physics is very hands-on with large practical components in all subjects studied to complement the underlying theoretical physical principles. To ensure the highest level of industry engagement, professional medical physicists from major hospitals and keynote speakers from industry will deliver key lectures and practical work, as well as co-supervise research projects. In the second year, you will gain hands-on experience in photon, neutron and charged particle physics in the undergraduate physics laboratories, as well as make field trips to accelerator facilities such as the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO). In the third year, you will also gain practical experience, particularly in electron and X-ray related medical physics at cancer treatment centres and through ANSTO.