Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences
Biomedical science is an interdisciplinary subject that combines both the areas of life science and medicine. Through this undergraduate programme, students can explore the essence of human beings, learn about biological and chemical systems of human body and apply this interdisciplinary knowledge to medical issues that are related to health and diseases.
Graduates are well equipped with a strong foundation for a career in health professions, and many graduates choose to pursue further studies in professional schools or to continue to a post-graduate study.
- Be capable of capturing the essential understanding of biology, modern concepts in medicine, multidisciplinary training in basic biomedical sciences.
- Be capable of putting scientific knowledge into practical use and develop skills in a variety of biomedical disciplines.
- Be capable of acquiring a range of skills that help pursue other related careers, for instance, in education, medical services and research laboratories in universities, hospitals and pharmaceutical industry.
|Advanced Biomedical Sciences
Stem Cell Biology
Biology of Development and Aging
Cell Biology and Molecular Biology
Normative Study Period