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Associate Professor John Patterson Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Health Science


Bachelor of Science

Swinburne

What can I study as part of a Bachelor of Science? Laboratory-based sciences - Biochemistry and Chemistry - Biosciences - Biotechnology - Chemistry

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Bachelor of Science

Swinburne

What can I study as part of a Bachelor of Science? Health-based sciences - Biosciences - Biomedical Sciences - Medical Biophysics - Medical Technology - Psychology - Psychology and Psychophysiology

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Bachelor of Science

Swinburne

What can I study as part of a Bachelor of Science? Environmental-based sciences - Environmental Sustainability or - Bachelor or Health Science (Public & Environmental Health)

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Bachelor of Science

Swinburne

Laboratory-based sciences - Course features - Hands on laboratory experience - Learn the far-reaching applications of chemistry including forensic science, polymer formation, water analysis, the creation of new materials, agricultural chemistry and environmental science - Examine the fundamental sciences that underpin biotechnology – chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology and statistics - Develop research skills

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Bachelor of Science

Swinburne

Laboratory-based sciences – Career outcomes - Nutrition - Agriculture - Chemical - Environmental - Medicine - Forensic Science - Nanotechnology - DNA and genetics 6


Bachelor of Science

Swinburne

Health-based sciences - Course features - Brings together the study of physics, technology and physiology - Learn how to measure the body in sickness and in health - Learn to be the interface between patients and instrumentations - Study in-depth how the body works, including medical imaging, neurology, intensive care, theatre, respiratory, and vascular and circulatory system function

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Bachelor of Science

Swinburne

Health-based sciences - Career outcomes - Health care sector (hospital departments) - Medical technology - Analytical laboratories - Research laboratories - Sport science fields

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Bachelor of Science

Swinburne

Environmental-based sciences - Course features - Learn to apply the principles of sustainable development to address causes of environmental hazards - Understand the relationship between local, global, social and ecological issues - Combine scientific skills, such as chemistry, biology and microbiology, to address environmental sustainability in the future

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Bachelor of Science

Swinburne

Environmental-based sciences - Career outcomes - Environmental risk assessment and protection - Renewable energy development - Agriculture and wetland restoration - Managing energy efficiency - Air, soil and water quality monitoring - Carbon, waste and resource management - Sustainability analysis

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Bachelor of Science

Swinburne

Entry requirements - Successful completion of Year 12 - Year 12 Pre-requisites: English and Maths (any) - ATAR Clearly-in 2011 – 66.15

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Bachelor of Health Science

Swinburne

Bachelor of Health Science (Public and Environmental Health) Course features - A multidisciplinary course - Learn the skills associated with protecting the environment and the health of the people living in it - Study areas include science, law, communication, health policy and promotion, food and water safety, risk assessment, emergency and disaster management and sustainability - Accredited by Environmental Health Australia 12


Bachelor of Health Science

Swinburne

Bachelor of Health Science (Public and Environmental Health) Career outcomes - Environmental health officers - Health policy and promotion - Commonwealth, State and Local government authorities - Food and waste management - Communicable disease investigation - Overseas health agencies, especially disaster management - Consistently very high employment outcomes 13


Bachelor of Health Science

Swinburne

Bachelor of Health Science (Public & Environmental Health) Entry requirements - Successful completion of Year 12 - Year 12 pre-requisites: English and Maths (any) - ATAR Clearly-in 2011 – Range of criteria - Form (available online) - Interview (some applicants)

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Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Health Science

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