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Offers students the opportunity to focus on issues of health and disease. It combines the traditional interests of Human Biologists, including genetics, anatomy and physiology and evolution, with a biomedical analysis of the human condition.
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Students are required to select 8 units, with at least 2 units at Level 3000:
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|SCH1104 ^||Introduction to Pathophysiology||15|
|SCH1105 ^||Introduction to Pharmacology||15|
|SCH1111 ^||Fundamental Biomedical Techniques||15|
|SCH1132 ^||Human Evolution and Ecology||15|
|SCH1133 ^||Human Genetics||15|
|SCH1134 ^||Human Structure and Function||15|
|SCH1143 ^||Systems Physiology||15|
|SCH2111 ^||Applied Physiology||15|
|SCH2131 ^||Drugs in Society||15|
|SCH2141 ^||Advanced Biomedical Techniques||15|
|SCH2142 ^||Forensic Genetics||15|
|SCH2226 ^||Human Molecular Genetics||15|
|SCH2232 ^||Medical Biochemistry||15|
|SCH2235 ^||Applied Microbiology||15|
|SCH3145 ^||Biomedical Ethics||15|
|SCH3223 ^||Medical Genetics||15|
|SCH3227 ^||The Biology of Human Disease||15|
|SCH3239 ^||Human Immunology||15|
|SCH3244 ^||Developmental Biology||15|
|SCH3434 ^||Human Reproduction, Development and Ageing||15|
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