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This degree equips students with both specialised knowledge and enhanced inquiry and critical thinking skills. It provides training for a range of careers in medical science and allows development of leadership and research skills. The advanced science units partner you with experienced academic researchers in medicinal chemistry, biomedical science or anatomy and physiology. The biomedical science major focuses on the cellular, molecular and genetic aspects of health. The medicinal chemistry major focuses on the chemistry, biochemistry and pharmacological aspects of health and disease, while the anatomy and physiology major focuses on the structure and function of the human body. Students need note that different majors are offered on different campuses.
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Assumed Knowledge: Students should have at least two unit English, and two unit science (any science) and two unit mathematics at year 12 equivalent.
Minimum ATAR of 90. Students must maintain a Grade Point Average of (GPA) of 5.0 or above to continue their enrolment in the course. If this GPA is not maintained they will be automatically transferred into the standard program after one warning (one semester of further study). Students in other WSU science courses who achieve a GPA of 5.0 or greater at the end of their first year of study may be admitted into the Advanced Medical Science program by invitation if sufficient places are available.
As a Medical Science graduate, you will have a variety of career options to choose from, including roles in:
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