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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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This professional practice coursework program is for non-law discipline graduates interested in obtaining the academic qualification necessary to practice Law in Australia. Read more
This professional practice coursework program is for non-law discipline graduates interested in obtaining the academic qualification necessary to practice Law in Australia. The course focuses on the teaching and learning of legal skills, including drafting, legal research
and advocacy.

Note: Applicants for the Juris Doctor will be ranked based upon the GPA and the LSAT score, weighted equally;
Admission to the Juris Doctor will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants who fall within the intake quota for that year.

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The production of food and fibre are key sectors in the Australian economy and economies worldwide. Sustainable and profitable agricultural production requires knowledge of how best to integrate various components using a systems approach. Read more
The production of food and fibre are key sectors in the Australian economy and economies worldwide. Sustainable and profitable agricultural production requires knowledge of how best to integrate various components using a systems approach. This course focuses on the application of science to the management of animals and plants in production systems, as well as environmental stewardship.

Course description, features and facilities

The Master of Agricultural Science with a specialisation in Agricultural Systems will provide students with an in-depth understanding of agricultural systems designed for crop, pasture and animal production in a profitable and sustainable way by applying biological and other scientific knowledge.Integration and planning within and across years is considered within an integrated systems approach to resource management. Students will be equipped for a career in plant and/or animal production industries based on scientific 'clean, green and ethical' principles.

UWA is well equipped for teaching and research in agricultural science, with a field station at Shenton Park and the University's new research farm near Pingelly, which aims to be self-supporting, sustainable, carbon-neutral, clean, green and ethical – a best practice farm.

Teaching in agricultural science is also supported by the outstanding research and outreach activities of the Institute of Agriculture, the Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture (CLIMA), the International Centre for Plant Breeding Education and Research (ICPBER) and the Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI).

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World populations and economies are rapidly increasing their demands for food and fibre. At the same time, agricultural systems are being placed under pressure to meet environmental, social and economic goals. Read more
World populations and economies are rapidly increasing their demands for food and fibre. At the same time, agricultural systems are being placed under pressure to meet environmental, social and economic goals. To meet these goals and to maintain or increase production levels, an understanding of the complex factors that shape agricultural systems is required.

Course description, features and facilities

Australian agriculture is a key part of the world's food supply system. The challenges of a rapidly growing population, climate change, and the limitations of land and fresh water all impact on the ability of agriculture to meet the demand for food, fibre and fuel. To address this demand, an understanding of the complex factors that shape agricultural systems is necessary.


Agricultural Science provides the research, technology and information for the sustainable, profitable and ethical development of the agricultural industry. Studies in agriculture include soil science, genetics, cropping and pasture systems, soil-plant interaction, livestock production, agricultural economics and agribusiness.


UWA is well equipped for teaching and research in agricultural science, with a field station at Shenton Park and the University's new research farm near Pingelly, which aims to be self-supporting, sustainable, carbon-neutral, clean, green and ethical – a best practice farm.

Teaching in agricultural science is also supported by the outstanding research and outreach activities of the Institute of Agriculture, the Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture (CLIMA), the International Centre for Plant Breeding Education and Research (ICPBER) and the Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI).

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

Agricultural Economics
Agricultural Systems
Genetics and Breeding
Soil Science and Plant Nutrition

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.

Domestic students may be eligible for a Commonwealth supported place within this course.

Structure

The Master of Agricultural Science 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

This course prepares students with the knowledge and skills they need for a future in the rapidly evolving field of agricultural science. There is a shortage of agricultural science graduates and career opportunities range from the laboratory to the field, from the city to rural areas, as breeders, agronomists, farm managers, market development officers, journalists and bankers.

Graduates are employed as consultants, managers or researchers, by government agencies, universities, consulting firms, food industries, fertiliser companies, and international agencies.

Career Harvest is a website launched by the Australian Council of Deans Of Agriculture to assist with finding professional careers in agriculture.

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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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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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The UWA Business School’s Master of Applied Finance is your path to a global finance career. Covering a wide range of applied finance topics, this specialised master’s course leads to careers in corporate banking and finance, stock market trading, insurance, investment management and other areas of applied finance. Read more
The UWA Business School’s Master of Applied Finance is your path to a global finance career.

Covering a wide range of applied finance topics, this specialised master’s course leads to careers in corporate banking and finance, stock market trading, insurance, investment management and other areas of applied finance.

You will study under the guidance of experienced Finance professionals, including professors who have served on the Commonwealth Government Superannuation Roundtable, acted as expert witnesses in court cases, and developed an Equity Preference Index in partnership with Colonial First State.

Who should apply?

The Master of Applied Finance is a practical course designed both for graduates already working in the finance sector, as well as those with a non-finance background who wish to move into the finance area.

The curriculum complements the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) program, with topics including risk management, capital markets, and international finance. Candidates preparing for the CFA qualification are encouraged to enrol in the Master of Applied Finance as a preparatory course.

Structure

As a Master of Applied Finance student, you will complete four conversion units, ten core units, and two option units. For full course details, see http://www.business.uwa.edu.au/future-students/postgraduate/master-of-applied-finance

Career opportunities

Applied Finance graduates are in demand across a range of industries such as consulting, corporate finance, financial planning, financial risk management, funds management, insurance, and investment banking.

Graduate Careers Australia lists the financial services industry as the fourth largest sector of the Australian economy, accounting for more than eight per cent of GDP and employing nearly 400,000 people.

Major employers include firms such as Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers, investment banks such UBS and Macquarie Group, private equity firms, and superannuation fund managers.

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The Master of Architecture (Coursework) comprises an intensive program in design, technology, theory and professional practice, supported by a range of option units. Read more

Introduction

The Master of Architecture (Coursework) comprises an intensive program in design, technology, theory and professional practice, supported by a range of option units.

Course description, features and facilities

The course emphasises the application of concepts to the design of specialised building projects, with a focus on issues that concern the servicing of complex buildings. You'll learn about the integration of the various technical systems in the making of architecture, continue your learning about professional practice and be introduced to relevant research methods.

The final stage of a professional education in Architecture requires the completion of fully resolved projects taken to a developed design stage. This involves the integration of program development, site planning and organisation, technological and servicing aspects with building planning, material selection and design detailing.

You'll have the opportunity to undertake a number of option units to increase your knowledge in specialised areas of design and architecture.

The Master of Architecture (Coursework) has replaced the Bachelor of Architecture as the professional degree in Architecture accredited in Australia (by the Australian Institute of Architects and the Architects Registration Board of WA) and validated internationally by the Commonwealth Association of Architects.

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.

Students who have not completed a Bachelor of Design with majors in Architecture and Integrated Design, or equivalent as recognised by the faculty, must complete relevant conversion units up to the value of 72 points.

Take all units (24 points):

S1 ARCT4430 Architectural Technology, Structures and Services
S2 ARCT4440 Project Implementation and Documentation
S1 ARCT4461 Architectural Practice
S2 ARCT4470 Architectural Research Seminar

Take unit(s) to the value of at least 36 points to a maximum of 60 points from Group A. Total units completed from option Groups A, B and C must equal 72 points:

Group A

S1, S2 ARCT5001 Architectural Design 5a (12 points)
S1, S2 ARCT5002 Architectural Design 5b (12 points)
S1, S2 ARCT5003 Architectural Design 5c (12 points)
S1, S2 ARCT5004 Architectural Design 5d (12 points)
S1, S2 ARCT5005 Architectural Studio 5e (12 points)
S1, S2 ARCT5010 Independent Research Part 1
S1, S2 ARCT5011 Independent Research Part 2

Take unit(s) to the value of at least 6 points to a maximum of 24 points from Group B. Total units completed from option Groups A, B and C must equal 72 points:

Group B

S1, S2 ARCT5010 Independent Research Part 1
S1, S2 ARCT5011 Independent Research Part 2
S2 ARCT5505 Conservation in Cultural Landscapes, Historic Towns and Urban Precincts
S1 ARCT5511 Utopia/Disaster and Imagining the City
S2 ARCT5513 Operating Systems for a New Architectural Era
S2 ARCT5514 Non Euro-American Architecture
S2 ARCT5516 Daguerre to Digital
S2 ARCT5517 Architecture and the Posthumanist Subject
S1 ARCT5583 Introduction to Architectural Conservation
S2 ARCT5585 City as Site
S1 ARCT5587 Urban Design
S1 LACH4505 Critical Theory: 'isms and 'ologies in Landscape Architecture
S2 URBD5805 Contemporary Urbanism (Twentieth and Twenty-first Century)
S1 URBD5807 The Forces that Shape Cities
S1 URBD5808 Case Studies in Urban Design

Take unit(s) to the value of at least 6 points to a maximum of 24 points from Group C. Total units completed from option Groups A, B and C must equal 72 points:

Group C

S1, S2 ARCT5010 Independent Research Part 1
S1, S2 ARCT5011 Independent Research Part 2
S1 ARCT5508 Practical Building Conservation
N/A ARCT5510 Housing
S2 ARCT5512 Architectural Technical Resolution
N/A ARCT5515 High Density: the Urban Model
S1 ARCT5580 Key Texts—Virtual
S2 ARCT5581 Key Texts
S1, S2 ARCT5584 Publications
S1, S2 ARCT5589 Architecture of Furniture
S1, S2 ARCT5590 Architectural Studies
S1 ARCT5592 Timber in Architecture
S1 ARCT5593 The Architecture of Furniture in Production

Professional recognition

Following completion of the course, graduates must undertake a minimum of two years' professional work experience under the direction of a registered architect and then pass the Architectural Practice Examination (APE) before being eligible to register as an architect in Australia.

Graduates should refer to the Architects Board of Western Australia for registration requirements. This qualification is also widely recognised overseas. For further information see http://www.comarchitect.org and http://www.canberraaccord.org.

Career opportunities

Majors in Architecture and Integrated Design provide a range of employment opportunities including work as an:
Architect
Urban Designer (with further study)
Architectural Draftsperson
Architectural Educator/Academic
Government Policy Advisor

Working in:
Architectural and urban design practice
City and regional planning
Government agencies
Higher education
Property development
Architectural illustration & modelling

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The Master of Architecture (Design) is a program of independent, supervised research leading to the presentation of an exhibition of architectural design equivalent in scope to the schematic design of a building of major cultural significance. Read more

Introduction

The Master of Architecture (Design) is a program of independent, supervised research leading to the presentation of an exhibition of architectural design equivalent in scope to the schematic design of a building of major cultural significance.

Course description, features and facilities

Students in this course undertake a program of independent, supervised research. Assessment is on the basis of an exhibition of their work.

Structure

Extracted from Master of Architecture (Design) (25760) rules

3. A student must present for examination work comprising—

(a) an exhibition of architectural design of a scope of works equivalent to the schematic design of a building of major cultural significance;

and

(b) an A3 volume in temporary binding to be provided at least six weeks prior to the exhibition opening, and containing—

(i) the exhibition drawings in suitable reduction;
(ii) photographs of the exhibition models;
(iii) the research proposal required and described under Rule 4(1); and
(iv) an expanded abstract of up to 5000 words explaining the student's response to the brief and how their design proposal contributes to the discipline of architecture.

Career opportunities

This degree will equip you with the skills and experience to take your career in architecture to the next level.

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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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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 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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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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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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