Biomedical Science is an exciting, interdisciplinary subject exploring the normal functioning of the human body at the molecular, cellular and whole organism levels and how understanding these processes enables breakthroughs in the treatment of human disease and improvements to health. On this Biomedical Science degree, you will study a broad range of topics including biochemistry, microbiology, pharmacology, cellular pathology and immunology, enabling you to understand how different diseases develop and how they can be treated. Our Biomedical Science course, places significant emphasis on laboratory techniques and scientific communication, from writing labs reports, critical evaluation of scientific data and solving research problems, all essential skills for a wide range of scientific careers. The Biomedical Science course is an ideal choice if you are interested scientific basis of how the human body normally functions, how pathological changes can result in disease and how these diseases can be treated. You will develop laboratory skills in biomedical science, alongside learning to critically evaluate scientific information to communicate this information to a range of different audiences. This degree provides the scientific basis for a career in a range of fields, including biomedical research, teaching, and biotechnology industries, as well as postgraduate study (e.g. MSc or PhD). Graduates may also choose to progress to careers in healthcare, for example, as Physicians Associates or working in Public Health
How to apply
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Points of entry
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- Year 1
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