Essential: 12 credit points of Junior units of study in Mathematics and Statistics (including MATH1015/ 1005/1905), 12 credit points of Junior units of study in Biology or MBLG1001/1901, 12 credit points of Junior units of study in Chemistry, and 12 credit points from Junior units of study in Information Technologies (ie, INFO1103/1903 and INFO1105/1905).
Intermediate study includes units in statistics, biology, molecular biology and computer science and information systems.
Students undertake studies in bioinformatics and genomics, or proteomics and functional genomics, studies in applied linear models or applied statistics, and studies in computational methods for life sciences. Students also complete a project providing the opportunity to undertake research supervised by biomedical scientists.
Developmental Genetics Proteomics and Functional Genomics Human Molecular Cell Biology
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