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Those wishing to engage with the crossover of art and science and who already hold a degree in science, the humanities or the visual arts will find this course develops their theoretical and practical skills in the production of biological art and its use in communicating critical thought, ethical and cultural issues to a variety of audiences. Read more

Introduction

Those wishing to engage with the crossover of art and science and who already hold a degree in science, the humanities or the visual arts will find this course develops their theoretical and practical skills in the production of biological art and its use in communicating critical thought, ethical and cultural issues to a variety of audiences.

Key features:

Cross-disciplinary experimentation in art and science.
Engages in wet biology practice in a biological science department.
A new means of creative inquiry and artistic investigation.
Comprises Art and Science units and a major project and dissertation.
Run by SymbioticA - a leader in Biological Arts with world renowned academics.

Course description, features and facilities

This course is designed for art practitioners, scientists, or humanities scholars who wish to engage with creative bioresearch. The course focuses on recent advances in the life sciences, both in theory and practice.

Emphasis is placed on critical thought, ethical and cultural issues and cross-disciplinary experimentation in art and science. Students have access to scientific laboratories, techniques and expertise. Students will take both existing art and science units and a core of SymbioticA units that include a major project and dissertation.

The Faculty of Science offers Master's by Coursework bursaries for domestic students and Postgraduate Merit scholarships for international students. Please visit the Faculty of Science website for details.

Structure

The Master of Biological Arts is offered by coursework or coursework and dissertation.

While the standard timeframe for completion of this degree is two years' (full time), if you have previously completed an undergraduate degree in a cognate (related) area it may be possible to complete within 1.5 years'.

The course offers a focused, advanced learning experience that will enhance career choices. You must complete all core units and specialisation core units. This degree also provides the flexibility to choose from a range of units to complement your specific interests.

Course structures for the master's degrees with the new 1.5 to 2 years' structure (72 to 96 points) are now available via the UWA Handbook.

Career opportunities

Completion of this degree can lead to wide and diverse career opportunities in the fields of art, science or social science, especially in positions dealing with issues of policy, communication and commentary, or in education.

It offers opportunities for further academic pursuits including higher degree by research for the people who are interested in the holistic view of the effects of the sciences on our society and culture.

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The Master of Biological Science with a specialisation in Conservation Biology will allow you to help mitigate the increasing pressures of human activity and population growth on threatened species and communities, and prepares you for a wide range of jobs in conservation and restoration science. Read more
The Master of Biological Science with a specialisation in Conservation Biology will allow you to help mitigate the increasing pressures of human activity and population growth on threatened species and communities, and prepares you for a wide range of jobs in conservation and restoration science.

The Conservation Biology specialisation focuses on the ecology, conservation, evolution and management of plants and animals and the ecosystems in which they occur. A graduate will have advanced knowledge of the evolution of our flora and fauna and the ecosystems in which they occur and are well-prepared to engage in field as well as desktop studies to analyse and mitigate species and ecosystem threats.

UWA is well equipped for teaching and research in conservation biology. Our teaching is supported by the world class research of the Kings Park and Botanic Gardens Biodiversity Conservation Centre, the WA Biogeochemistry Centre, the Ecosystem Restoration Laboratory, the Centre for Evolutionary Biology, The Oceans Institute and the Centre of Excellence in Natural Resource Management.

Why study Biological Science in Western Australia?

Western Australia is widely renowned as one of the world's hotspots for terrestrial and marine biodiversity. There are about 13,000 species of plants in Western Australia, with more being discovered all the time. About 3,000 of these species are yet to be formally named. Nearly 70% of Australia's mammal species are found within the state, with 25 species being found nowhere else. Reptile species are even more diverse with higher endemism. Up to 80 per cent of the region's fish and invertebrates found nowhere else in the world. All of this biodiversity means that Western Australia is the ideal place to study biological sciences at all levels of organisation from ecosystems to molecules.

Career opportunities

Conservation Biology graduates are employed in private sector companies (consultancies, the resources sector), in government departments (for example, Parks and Wildlife, State Fisheries), in public agencies (such as botanic gardens, conservation groups), and in environment and conservation research agencies (CSIRO), while others join academic institutions.

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The master's program by coursework is intended for students wishing to undertake advanced study in exercise science. This master's program is aimed at students wishing to undertake advanced study or research majoring in one of the sub-discipline areas within exercise science. Read more
The master's program by coursework is intended for students wishing to undertake advanced study in exercise science.

Course description, features and facilities

This master's program is aimed at students wishing to undertake advanced study or research majoring in one of the sub-discipline areas within exercise science. There is a choice of postgraduate units within biomechanics; motor control and development; exercise physiology and biochemistry; health behaviour and performance psychology and exercise rehabilitation.

The Faculty of Science offers Master's by Coursework bursaries for domestic students and Postgraduate Merit scholarships for international students. Please visit the Faculty of Science website for details.

Structure

Key to availability of units:
S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; S3 = summer teaching period; N/A = not available in 2015;
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period; * = to be advised

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Note: Units that are indicated as N/A may be available in 2016 or 2017.

Take all units (54 points):

SSEH4664 Exercise and Health Psychology
S1 SSEH5643 Cardiac Rehabilitation
SSEH5645 Workplace Injury Prevention and Management
S1 SSEH5646 Exercise Rehabilitation for Chronic and Complex Conditions
S1 SSEH5651 Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
S1 SSEH5654 Fundamentals in Research Methods
S1 SSEH5655 Fundamentals of Data Analysis in Sport Science, Exercise and Health
S1 SSEH5691 Industry Practicum I
S1, S2 SSEH5692 Industry Practicum II

Behavioural Science specialisation

Take unit(s) to the value of 42 points:

Group A

SSEH4654 Advanced Concepts in Motor Control and Learning
S2 SSEH5475 Advanced Psychology of Sport
S1 SSEH5491 Health Education
S2 SSEH5492 Health Promotion in the Schools
S2 SSEH5634 Principles of Musculoskeletal and Locomotor Biomechanics
SSEH5677 Sport and Recreation Marketing
S2 SSEH5678 Sport and Recreation Management
SSEH5685 Work Site Health Promotion
S1 SSEH5687 Physical Ergonomics
S1 SSEH5688 Introduction to Work Health and Safety
S2 SSEH5689 Physical Development, Movement and Health
S1, S2 SSEH5694 Research Colloquium

Biological Science specialisation

Take unit(s) to the value of 42 points:

Group A

SSEH4633 Advanced Biomechanical Methods
S1 SSEH4644 Advanced Exercise Physiology
SSEH4654 Advanced Concepts in Motor Control and Learning
S2 SSEH5634 Principles of Musculoskeletal and Locomotor Biomechanics
S2 SSEH5667 Paediatric Exercise Rehabilitation
SSEH5685 Work Site Health Promotion
S1 SSEH5687 Physical Ergonomics
S1 SSEH5688 Introduction to Work Health and Safety
S2 SSEH5689 Physical Development, Movement and Health
S1, S2 SSEH5694 Research Colloquium

Career opportunities

This degree is designed for professionals interested in further study who are seeking to familiarise themselves with recent developments in the field, or to enhance their intellectual and research skills.

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This course enables students to upgrade their knowledge and develop investigative skills by participating in projects in different areas in anatomical sciences, critical reviews of literature, collection of material (field, experimental or literature) and the processing, analysis and evaluation of data. Read more
This course enables students to upgrade their knowledge and develop investigative skills by participating in projects in different areas in anatomical sciences, critical reviews of literature, collection of material (field, experimental or literature) and the processing, analysis and evaluation of data.

Course description, features and facilities

Aspects of the human anatomy covered include its structure and function, ranging from studies in neuroscience, evolution, human variation and adaptation, forensic anthropology and biomechanics, to morphometrics and comparative anatomy.

The Faculty of Science offers Master's by Coursework bursaries for domestic students and Postgraduate Merit scholarships for international students. Please visit the Faculty of Science website for details.

Career opportunities

This degree is designed for professionals interested in further study who are seeking to familiarise themselves with recent developments in the field, or to enhance their intellectual and research skills.

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Marine biologists study the natural processes affecting organisms in marine and estuarine environments and the human effects on these processes. Read more
Marine biologists study the natural processes affecting organisms in marine and estuarine environments and the human effects on these processes. Marine Biology encompasses all organisms in the marine world, from microbes to animals, from invertebrates to whales, as well as plants such as seagrasses and seaweeds.

Course description, features and facilities

The Master of Biological Science, with a specialisation in Marine Biology, provides you with knowledge of marine organisms, their habitats and ecosystem functions and will equip you for a range of jobs in marine research, conservation and management.

Marine Biology includes a study of all marine life from seaweeds through to marine megafauna, considering their biology, ecology, behaviour, conservation and management. Through careful designed and executed field studies, you will gain a first-hand experience of our fascinating temperate ecosystems and the organisms they support. A graduate will understand the problems facing marine organisms at local and global spatial scales together within short and long-term timeframes.

UWA is well equipped for teaching and research in marine biology. The specialisation is taught jointly across the Schools of Animal Biology and Plant Biology, supported by the world class research of the Oceans Institute, Centre for Marine Futures, and the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS).

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The Master of Health Science encompasses a range of biomedical and health disciplines that underpin advances crucial to human health and wellbeing. Read more
The Master of Health Science encompasses a range of biomedical and health disciplines that underpin advances crucial to human health and wellbeing. It provides you with a unique combination of the three key platforms: public health; advanced study in a related science discipline; and an industry internship. It is taught by the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences.

It provides a pathway for you to further develop your science knowledge, and integrate this knowledge with a solid grounding in Public Health (theory and skills) as well as providing a work practicum in the health industry (for example health promotion, research, policy and administration). This integration enables you to be ‘job-ready’ at the end of your course.

Key features:

Unique combination of advanced study in both a Science discipline and Public Health, and an industry practicum as a core component.
Integrates Public Health and Science knowledge and skills.
Students are ‘job ready’ at the end of their industry practicum.

Course description, features and facilities

As a graduate you will have advanced knowledge of Health Sciences that can be applied to both research and professional settings; as well as the capacity to solve problems by applying research methodologies combined with the ability to successfully communicate outcomes to a wide range of audiences.

Knowledge of your discipline and how it is researched will enable you to become its advocate in both specialist and non-specialist settings.

Students must nominate a specialisation on application, the Master of Health Science has specialisations in;

Exercise and Health
Human Biology
Neuroscience

The Faculty of Science offers Master's by Coursework bursaries for domestic students and Postgraduate Merit scholarships for international students. Please visit the Faculty of Science website for details.

Structure

Students may choose to include either a Public Health Practicum or Research Practicum as part of the Master of Health Science.

While the standard timeframe for completion of this degree is two years' (full time), if you have previously completed an undergraduate degree in a cognate (related) area it may be possible to complete within 1.5 years'.

The course offers a focussed, advanced learning experience that will enhance career choices. You must complete all core units and specialisation core units. This degree also provides the flexibility to choose from a range of units to complement your specific interests.

Course structures for the master's degrees with the new 1.5 to 2 years' structure (72 to 96 points) are now available via the UWA Handbook.

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This course provides advanced training in the field of infectious diseases including topics in Medical Microbiology, Tropical Infectious Diseases and Public and Environmental Health Microbiology. Read more

Introduction

This course provides advanced training in the field of infectious diseases including topics in Medical Microbiology, Tropical Infectious Diseases and Public and Environmental Health Microbiology.

Course description, features and facilities

This course includes an individual research project, or a practicum in the State Pathology Laboratory Service.

Structure

Key to availability of units:
S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; S3 = summer teaching period; N/A = not available in 2015;
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period; * = to be advised

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Note: Units that are indicated as N/A may be available in 2016 or 2017.

Take all units (72 points):

S1 MICR5829 Foundations of Infectious Diseases
S1 MICR5830 Principles of Mycology and Parasitology
S2 MICR5831 Molecular and Cellular Microbiology Part 1
S2 MICR5832 Diagnostic Medical Microbiology
S2 MICR5833 Antimicrobial Agents
S2 MICR5834 Tropical, Travel and Remote Area Infectious Diseases
S2 MICR5835 Vectors of Infectious Diseases and Vector Control
S2 MICR5836 Public and Environmental Health Microbiology
S1 MICR5842 Principles of Infection and Immunity
S2 MICR5846 Molecular and Cellular Microbiology Part 2
S1 PUBH4403 Epidemiology I
NS PUBH5761 Epidemiology and Control of Communicable Diseases

Take unit(s) to the value of 24 points from either the research project pair or the practicum pair:

Group A

S1 MICR5838 Research Project in Infectious Diseases Part 1 (12 points)
N/A MICR5839 Practicum in Infectious Diseases Part 1 (12 points)
N/A MICR5840 Practicum in Infectious Diseases Part 2 (12 points)
S1 MICR5841 Research Project in Infectious Diseases Part 2 (12 points)

Career opportunities

This course is aimed at science-based and medical professionals intending to work in research and hospital diagnostic laboratories, medical clinics, government health departments and international agencies.

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he Master of Biomedical Science with a specialisation in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology provides advanced training and studies using new generation biochemistry and molecular biology techniques to understand cellular content, structure, organisation and interactions assessed with state-of-the art technologies. Read more
he Master of Biomedical Science with a specialisation in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology provides advanced training and studies using new generation biochemistry and molecular biology techniques to understand cellular content, structure, organisation and interactions assessed with state-of-the art technologies.

Biomedical Science encompasses a range of biological, medical and health-related disciplines addressing global biomedical challenges such as obesity, cancer, neurological diseases and cardiovascular disease.

Biomedical Science draws on the disciplines of anatomy, physiology, biochemistry and neuroscience and the para-clinical disciplines of microbiology, pathology and pharmacology to understand and treat human disease. Biomedical Science has increasingly embraced the overarching disciplines of human genetics, epigenetics and genomics to understand how gene-environment interactions define the human phenotype in its normal and diseased states.

Career opportunities

The course provides you with a wide range of career choices in industry (e.g. pharmaceutical companies); in hospital, university and government research laboratories; and in the health industry and government departments that deal with health promotion and related services.

Potential career destinations will also be influenced by your specialisation; for example, graduates who specialise in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology are well prepared for a career related to pharmaceutical research and development, whereas those taking a Human Biology specialisation are well prepared for a career in the provision of health services (e.g. an embryologist in a fertility clinic).

The Master of Biomedical Science also provides a pathway to PhD studies for those graduates who complete a research dissertation as part of their course.

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Unique in Australia, this course offers a thorough grounding in state-of-the-art biotechnology in combination with training in enterprise, commercialisation and intellectual property (IP) protection. Read more
Unique in Australia, this course offers a thorough grounding in state-of-the-art biotechnology in combination with training in enterprise, commercialisation and intellectual property (IP) protection.

Biotechnology is rapidly becoming central to our lives. The use of plants, animals and bacteria, enhanced by areas such as genetics and genomics, gives rise to new food, fibre and chemical production routes, and new strategies for environmental protection and stewardship, all central requirements as the global population increases over the coming decades.

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology specialisation

Gain advanced training with new generation biochemistry and molecular biology techniques to understand cellular content, structure, organisation and interactions assessed with the current state of the art technologies.

Career opportunities

The Master of Biotechnology is a cross-disciplinary degree, providing graduates with a unique combination of state-of-the-art science and business skills, in a subject area rapidly expanding as society faces increasingly significant population pressures.

Graduates will be ready to compete internationally in a range of roles – from large multi-nationals and spinout companies, to governmental organisations and international research laboratories – or start companies of their own.

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The School of Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology provides diverse coursework and research opportunities in human biology, including theoretical studies in evolution, human variation and adaptation, human ecology, population and occupational health, and human reproduction. Read more
The School of Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology provides diverse coursework and research opportunities in human biology, including theoretical studies in evolution, human variation and adaptation, human ecology, population and occupational health, and human reproduction.

Course description, features and facilities

This course is aimed at students who wish to broaden and update their knowledge and expertise in aspects of human biology. Students undertake advanced training in the subject area to developing their investigative skills by participating in projects in different areas in human biology, critical reviews of literature, collection of material (field, experimental or literature) and the processing, analysis and evaluation of data.

The Faculty of Science offers Master's by Coursework bursaries for domestic students and Postgraduate Merit scholarships for international students. Please visit the Faculty of Science website for details.

Structure

Key to availability of units:
S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; S3 = summer teaching period; N/A = not available in 2015;
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period; * = to be advised

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Note: Units that are indicated as N/A may be available in 2016 or 2017.

Take all units (72 points):

Research skills

S1, S2 ANHB5438 Human Biology Project (24 points)
S1, S2 ANHB5446 Human Biology Dissertation Part 1 (18 points)
S1, S2 ANHB5447 Human Biology Dissertation Part 2 (18 points)
S1, S2 APHB4002 Research Design and Analysis
NS, S2 APHB4003 Advanced Experimental Techniques

Take unit(s) to the value of 24 points:

NS ANHB5431 Fundamentals of Sleep Technology
NS ANHB5432 Fundamentals of Sleep Biology
NS APHB5501 Developmental Origins of Health and Disease
NS APHB5502 Human Ecology
NS APHB5503 Neuroendocrinology
NS APHB5505 Advanced Studies in Physiology
N/A APHB5510 Advanced Aesthetic Crossovers of Art and Science
S2 APHB5511 Advanced Art and Life Manipulation
S1 DENT5600 Principles of Dental Public Health
S1 DENT5627 Oral Health Promotion
S2 DENT5628 Management and Financing of Oral Health Services
S2 DENT5629 Research Methods in Dental Public and Primary Health
NS NEUR4010 Modern Research Tools in Neuroscience
N/A NEUR5011 Neurodevelopment and its Disorders
N/A PHYL5510 Physiology of the Auditory System

Career opportunities

This degree is designed for professionals interested in further study who are seeking to familiarise themselves with recent developments in the field, or to enhance their intellectual and research skills.

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Plant and animal genetics play an important role in enhancing the world's future supply of food and fibre, especially in this era of climate change. Read more
Plant and animal genetics play an important role in enhancing the world's future supply of food and fibre, especially in this era of climate change.

The Master of Agricultural Science, with a specialisation in Genetics and Breeding, is designed for students who have a broad interest in genetics and its application to either plant and animal breeding or natural resource conservation. This course will provide a solid grounding in the disciplines of genetics and molecular genetics and how these techniques are applied to the theory and practice of modern breeding and conservation of genetic resources.

Key features

Strong industry connections and links with with international centres (AVRDC, ICARDA, ICRISAT and IRRI) including possibility of jointly-supervised thesis research at centres.

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Further develop your knowledge and skills in the field of anatomical science by completing a Graduate Diploma in Anatomical Sciences. Read more
Further develop your knowledge and skills in the field of anatomical science by completing a Graduate Diploma in Anatomical Sciences.

You will focus on one aspect of human anatomical structure and function, ranging from studies in neuroscience, evolution, human variation and adaptation, forensic anthropology or biomechanics to morphometrics and comparative anatomy.

The course includes coursework units and an individual research project.

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The Master of Biological Science with a specialisation in Zoology will provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the structure, function, diversity and evolution of animals, as well as the interaction of animals with each other and the environment. Read more
The Master of Biological Science with a specialisation in Zoology will provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the structure, function, diversity and evolution of animals, as well as the interaction of animals with each other and the environment.

You will have the opportunity to study animals and their habitats, including Western Australia's exciting fauna. These habitats are diverse, and range from deserts through to temporary wetlands and rainforests and ultimately the sea. Zoologists discover the solutions to the problems presented by these habitats.

This specialisation integrates theory with practical (both field and laboratory) studies utilising many of the animals and ecosystems from the diverse state of Western Australia as examples.

The Faculty is well equipped for teaching through the School of Animal Biology and is supported by the world class research of the Centre for Evolutionary Biology, the Oceans Institute, and the Centre of Excellence in Natural Resource Management.

Zoologists are concerned with theoretical topics as diverse as molecular evolution, anatomy, physiology, reproduction, behaviour and community ecology, and with applied aspects that range from fauna conservation and pest management to stream ecology and water quality studies.

Why study Zoology at UWA?

1. Discover the vast diversity of animals in south-west Western Australia and beyond
2. Understand how these animals interact with each other and their surrounding environment.
3. Gain first-hand experience with these animals in both the laboratory and the field
4. Appreciate how climate change will affect this fauna along with the impact of other threats such as habitat destruction and fragmentation.
5. Learn how scientific knowledge can be used to develop and implement management strategies to combat these threats.

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Biomedical Science encompasses a range of biological, medical and health-related disciplines addressing global biomedical challenges such as obesity, cancer, neurological diseases and cardiovascular disease. Read more
Biomedical Science encompasses a range of biological, medical and health-related disciplines addressing global biomedical challenges such as obesity, cancer, neurological diseases and cardiovascular disease.

Biomedical Science draws on the disciplines of anatomy, physiology, biochemistry and neuroscience and the para-clinical disciplines of microbiology, pathology and pharmacology to understand and treat human disease. Biomedical Science has increasingly embraced the overarching disciplines of human genetics, epigenetics and genomics to understand how gene-environment interactions define the human phenotype in its normal and diseased states.

The Master of Biomedical Science with a specialisation in Human Biology integrates the understanding of human behaviour and biology across a range of systems, processes and contexts.Units explore human biology from the molecular to the population level of analysis. Topics include reproduction, physiology, embryology and growth, the nervous system, ecology, sleep, public health, behaviour and biosocial interactions.

The Human Biology specialisation

The Human Biology specialisation integrates understanding of behaviour and biology in humans across a range of systems, processes and contexts. The units offered within this specialisation cover molecular to population levels of analyses. The range of diverse topics include reproduction, physiology, embryology and growth; the nervous system; ecology, sleep, public health, behaviour and biosocial interactions.

Career opportunities

The course provides you with a wide range of career choices in industry (e.g. pharmaceutical companies); in hospital, university and government research laboratories; and in the health industry and government departments that deal with health promotion and related services.

Potential career destinations will also be influenced by your specialisation; for example, graduates who specialise in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology are well prepared for a career related to pharmaceutical research and development, whereas those taking a Human Biology specialisation are well prepared for a career in the provision of health services (e.g. an embryologist in a fertility clinic).

The Master of Biomedical Science also provides a pathway to PhD studies for those graduates who complete a research dissertation as part of their course.

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The course offers a thorough grounding in state-of-the-art biotechnology in combination with training in enterprise, commercialisation and intellectual property (IP) protection. Read more
The course offers a thorough grounding in state-of-the-art biotechnology in combination with training in enterprise, commercialisation and intellectual property (IP) protection.

Biotechnology is rapidly becoming central to our lives. The use of plants, animals and bacteria, enhanced by areas such as genetics and genomics, gives rise to new food, fibre and chemical production routes, and new strategies for environmental protection and stewardship, all central requirements as the global population increases over the coming decades.

Environmental Biotechnology

The application of biotechnology to the environmental arena. Biotechnological applications for environmental monitoring, protection and food security in a changing world.

Key features

Offers a thorough grounding in state-of-the-art biotechnology in combination with training in enterprise and commercialisation.
Utilises the expertise of world-leading research staff in the Faculty of Science and in the UWA Business School - along with Business mentors in biotechnology spin-outs.

Unique set of specialisations in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Environmental Biotechnology, Genetics and Breeding; and Genetics and Genomics

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