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This degree comprises three areas of major: biomedical science, medicinal chemistry and anatomy and physiology. The biomedical science major focuses on microbiology, biochemistry, molecular biology and aspects of health. The medicinal chemistry major focuses on chemistry and biochemistry, while the anatomy and physiology major focuses on anatomy, physiology and pharmacology. Graduates of this degree will find employment in areas such as medical research laboratories, hospital laboratories and in pathology laboratories and be well suited for positions in the pharmaceutical, medical sales and various research and quality control laboratories, as well as further study including research degrees, graduate pharmacy and graduate medicine degrees.
Anatomy and Physiology
Veterinary pathology labs
Pharmaceuticals and cosmetics
Government health departments
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