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|Year and Campus:||2009|
Associate Professor Chris Briggs
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
|Overview:||The Human Structure and Function major will explain how the human body works, based on a deep understanding of the relationship between physiology and anatomy. The subjects are structured so that the anatomy (structure) and physiology (function) of the human body are taught in carefully integrated units that also introduce elements from pathology, pharmacology and zoology as relevant. It will suit students entering: medical and health related sciences, postgraduate research work in applied anatomy and physiology; teaching and research in University departments and in hospitals; with pharmaceutical companies; in media liaison, consultancies and scientific journalism.|
|Objectives:||By the end of this major a student will: |
There are no second year selective subjects required for the Human Structure and Function major. Students will complete third year units as follows:
Human Locomotor Systems
Plus two subjects from:
Principles of Neuroscience
NB Complete information on third year level subjects will be available in the 2010 Handbook which will be published late 2009.
|Links to further information:||http://www.bbiomed.unimelb.edu.au/bachelor_of_biomedicine/course_structure|
Bachelor of Biomedicine |
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