View a detailed study guide on the School of Molecular Bioscience website.
To prepare for a major in molecular biology and genetics, you should take at least one unit in biology and at least one unit in molecular biology and genetics. You may take the advanced molecular biology and genetics unit subject to eligibility requirements.
In your second year, you will take units that are prerequisites for your third year units. You will take two units in molecular biology and genetics, and least one unit in biochemistry. It is also highly recommended that you take units in biology, and chemistry or microbiology in conjunction with the defined units of study.
To successfully complete the major, you will be required to take 24 credit points worth of defined senior molecular biology and genetics units.
Human Molecular Cell Biology - compulsory
Molecular Biology and Biochemistry - Genes - compulsory
Gene Technology and Genomics
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