Master of Science (MSc) in Biomedical Science

Points per degree 120
Full-time study 1 year
Part-time study Taught or research
Taught by Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences and Faculty of Science
Taught at City and Grafton Campuses
Application Closing date 8 December
Start date Monday 29 February, 2016


The MSc degree requires completion of 120 points (maximum of 160 points) in a subject major or specialisation within one year of fulltime study or two years of part-time study.

An MSc allows you to undertake advanced study and will provide you with the opportunity to undertake independent research in an area of interest, and to further develop your research skills.

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Programme highlights

  • A wide range of subject areas is on offer, so you can further extend your knowledge in your specialist area at postgraduate level.
  • Students gaining First or Second Class First Division Honours may be eligible for entry to a doctorate (PhD).
  • You have the opportunity to engage in individual research and work with experts in your field.

Career opportunities

Career opportunities with an MSc degree vary depending on your chosen subject and specialisations. Find more information about careers with an MSc on each subject page

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