Where can the Bachelor of Biomedicine take me?
|Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences||2012||2011|
|Doctor of Medicine||117||127|
|Doctor of Dental Surgery||25||11|
|Doctor of Physiotherapy||9||9|
|Bachelor of Biomedicine (Honours)||74||70|
|Master of Clinical Audiology||3||1|
|Master of Speech Pathology||1||2|
|Master of Nursing Science||6||4|
|Master of Public Health||2||1|
|Master of Biostatistics||1||-|
|Graduate Diploma in Psychology||1||-|
|Doctor of Veterinary Medicine||1||3|
|Doctor of Optometry||8||8|
|Master of Engineering||7||9|
|Master of Management||1||2|
|Master of Science||6||1|
|Master of Teaching (Secondary)||3||3|
|Master of Urban Horticulture||-||1|
|Master of Food Science||1||-|
The Bachelor of Biomedicine provides a supportive environment which allows students to realise their potential and work towards their long term goals, and graduates from this degree have a high rate of success in gaining entry to a diverse range of competitive postgraduate courses. Bachelor of Biomedicine students also receive ongoing support and advice throughout their degree from the MDHS Student Centre in planning their future pathways.
What do our students do after graduating?
Graduates from the Bachelor of Biomedicine have a diverse range of options to choose from. Within the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences students have a range of graduate pathways including:
- Clinical Audiology
- Speech Pathology
- Genetic Counselling
- Social Work
- Public Health
- Biomedical and Health Research
In addition, graduates can select from a range of disciplines in other faculties such as
Alternatively, you may choose to enter the workforce immediately after graduating. The Bachelor of Biomedicine's comprehensive content provides students with the skills necessary for a diverse range of careers. Find out more about career options for Bachelor of Biomedicine graduates.