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A double degree in biomedical science and laws provides you with knowledge to work as part of a multidisciplinary team in biomedical research, development and commercialisation.
During this degree, you will complete core biomedical science units that develop knowledge and skills in foundational biomedical science disciplines. Comprehensive core studies in law will assist you in developing the capabilities necessary to be a successful learner and legal professional. You will not only gain knowledge of the law but also skills such as research, communication and dispute resolution.
This degree offers you the flexibility to choose one major study area or two minor study areas in biomedical science. These may include anatomical sciences, human biochemistry, human physiology, infection and immunity, or cell and molecular biotechnology. In the law component, you will complete introductory, general and advanced electives that may include internet law, succession law, taxation law or health law. You will also complete four elective units which can include law units or can be from another minor in the university, such as a language. For detailed information on study areas, please visit the single degree course page for biomedical science and the course page for law.
Infection and immunity
Cell and molecular biotechnology
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