The program covers all areas in how the human body functions at all levels, how to apply your knowledge of health and disease to real-life situations and discovers how humans interact with and respond to their environment. The course content span a wide range of scientific disciplines including biology, chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, human anatomy and physiology, pathobiology, data analysis and genetics providing students with a solid foundation to specialize in any area of biomedical science of their interest. Specialization areas include Genetics and Molecular Biology, Forensics Biology and Toxicology, Clinical Laboratory Science and many more. Biomedical Science at our affiliated universities covers the science underpinning medical applications, from basic biology to specific disease processes to provide students with a thorough understanding of human biology and health, with an emphasis on the cause, diagnosis and treatment of disease at the molecular, cellular and system levels. At the completion of the Advanced Diploma in Biomedical Science students will have a thorough understanding of the theoretical aspects as well as practical aspects of all the areas which he/she can specialize as a Biomedical Scientist.
1. Equip students with an understanding of Cellular Pathology, Clinical Biochemistry, Clinical Immunology, Haematology, Medical Microbiology and the Biology of Disease;
2. Ensure students can demonstrate knowledge of Human Anatomy and Physiology, Biochemistry, Molecular Genetics, Immunology and Microbiology;
3. Ensure students understand the factors and processes which contribute to human health and disease and apply their knowledge to analyze, interpret and critically evaluate biomedical data;
4. Equip students with the necessary laboratory skills and knowledge of planning and designing experiments and ensure that they can execute as independent research centered on data generation;
5. Ensure students demonstrate critical analysis and application of results obtained and design research protocols and use statistical techniques to enable valid analysis and interpretations of experimental results;
6. Allow students use effectively, transferable skills in communication, IT, numeracy and data analysis, teamwork, critical thinking, setting tasks, problem-solving and self-management;
7. Ensure students take account of and act in accordance with health and safety policies, good laboratory practice, ethical considerations and risk and Control of Substances Hazardous to Health assessments and recognize the importance of QC and QA.
After completion of the Bachelor of Biomedical Science, students can follow their Master and PhD of Biomedical Science or any healthcare related fields.
BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science Coventry University, UK (3+1)
Bachelors in Biomedical Science Murdoch University, Australia (3+2)
Bachelors in Biomedical Science Deakin University, Australia (2+2)
Bachelors in Biomedical Science University of Canberra, Australia (2+2)
Bachelors in Biomedical Science University of New England, Australia (2+2)
Bachelors in Biomedical Science Metropolia University, Finland (3+1)
Bachelors in Biomedical Science University of Aberdeen, Scotland (2+2).
Biomedical Scientists, Biomedical Engineers, Medical Researchers, Microbiologists, Forensic Scientists.
Ordinary Level (Local or London)- 5 passes including English and Science, C pass is required for English Language or equivalent (ex: pre foundation- TVEC registered).
Advanced Level 3 passes or equivalent (ex: foundation- TVEC registered).
|Module Code||Module Name|
|ENGL 101||General English|
|ENGL 102||College English|
|INFH 101||Infection Control Policies and Procedures in Healthcare|
|WHSP 101||Work Health and Safety process in Health care|
|BMSC 102||Cell Biology|
|BIOL 201||Human Anatomy and Physiology I|
|BIOL 202||Human Anatomy and Physiology II|
|BIOL 101||Medical Terminology|
|BMSC 104||Chemistry for Biological Sciences|
|BMSC 105||Introduction to Biomedical Science|
|MICR 134||Introductory Microbiology|
|BMSC 100||Laboratory Techniques and Management|
|CHEM 103||Biochemistry and Metabolism|
|BMSC 113||Medical Microbiology|
|BMSC 107||Molecular Biology and Genetics|
|BMSC 109||Histology and Haematology|
|PSYCH 234||Human Development|
|BMSC 115||Quality Assurance and Quality Control|
|BMSC 101||Practicum I|
|BMSC 103||Practicum II|
|BMSC 106||Practicum III|
|BMSC 108||Practicum IV|
|BMSC 110||Practicum V|
|BMSC 112||Practicum VI|
|BMSC 116||Internship in Industry/Placement|
|ENGL 103||Professional English and Personality Development|
|EVBN 101||Health Research Methodologies|
|EVBN 103||Research Project Work|
|CPTR 100||Hospital Information Systems|
|LWET 101||Legal and ethical environment in Healthcare|
|CTRP 101||Critical Thinking and Reflective Practice in Healthcare|
|WRCL 101||Working with Culturally Diverse Client and Co-workers|
|EWEN 101||Managing an Effective work environment|
Online exams & Research oriented;
Learner management system;
Mentoring on career progression;
IT labs and Physiotherapy Labs.
This pathway program provides a strong foundation for future studies in Australia or Europe;
Opportunities to engage in research with the opportunity to present & publish in local & international forums;
Clinical placements at JCI-accredited hospitals and internationally recognized healthcare institutions;
Ability to obtain a world-class qualification within a short time period. An Internationally recognised program;
Unbelievable cost saving;
Elite lecture panel including industry experts;
Award-winning Learner Management System.