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Minor

Physiology is the study of how the various tissues and organs of the body work to support life and grow. Undertaking a minor in physiology will advance your understanding of how the body works, which is often of practical relevance in clinical medicine.

Graduate opportunities

With a minor in physiology, you can become a professional in a vast range of health-related roles. These include clinical practitioner roles, biomedical research, health promotion and medical journalism. Physiologists work in fields as diverse as conservation and wildlife biology to cancer diagnostics. Your career development will depend on your personal strengths and interests.

Career pathways
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