Biomedical Science Units of Study
Essential Requirement for Laboratory Classes
- It is an essential requirement that you are familiar with the gown and glove policy that operates in the Anatomy and Microbiology Laboratories.
- Click here to view the 'gown and glove movie' - requires Quicktime. The movie is used with permission from the Discipline of Anatomy and Histology, School of Medical Sciences.
The Biomedical Science units of study listed below are linked to the Course & Unity of Study portal (CUSP), where you can find detailed information about each unit, such as its - unit coordinator, semester offered, University handbook information, teaching contact hours, assessment, resources, etc..
|Unit number||Unit name|
|BIOS1155||Structure, Function and Disease A|
|BIOS1158||Structure, Function and Disease B|
|BIOS1165||Hearing Science & Audiology|
|BIOS1166||Neuroscience 1 for CD|
|BIOS1167||Human Cell Biology|
|BIOS1168||Functional Musculoskeletal Anatomy A|
|BIOS1169||Functional Musculoskeletal Anatomy B|
|BIOS1172||Biological Aspects of Ageing|
|BIOS1173||Disease in Ageing|
|BIOS2062||Neuroscience 2 for CD|
|BIOS3063||Project Design & Management|
|BIOS3065||Anatomical Analysis of Exercise|
|BIOS3066||Current Issues in Healthcare|
|MECH2901||Anatomy & Physiology for Engineers|
|BIOS5041||Ageing, Biology & Health|
|BIOS5090||Clinically Oriented Musculoskeletal Anatomy A|
|BIOS5091||Clinically Based Neuroscience|
|BIOS5092||Biomedical Sciences for Health Professionals|