BMS4200 - Advanced studies in biomedical science
12 points, SCA Band 3, 0.250 EFTSL
Undergraduate Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
Leader(s): Associate Professor Tim Cole & Dr Yvonne Hodgson
The unit aims to develop analytical abilities and communication skills, as well as provide students with advanced knowledge in specific areas of Biomedical Science. Students will undertake a module of statistics relevant to scientific hypothesis testing and provide a written critique of a scientific article. Students will also undertake a component of work within their selected discipline that is unrelated to their specific research component and involves some level of advanced theoretical training. Candidates may commence at the beginning of either first or second semester.
On completion of the Honours year of the Bachelor of Biomedical Science, students will be able to:
- critically review the scientific literature in their discipline;
- explain the processes involved in the design, development and implementation of a research project;
- recognise the breadth of statistical tests and their applicability to common research methodologies;
- apply simple statistical tests.
Statistical test: 30%
Written critique: 30%
Discipline specific component: 40%
A distinction level average in 24 points at third year level, including at least 12 points in 3rd year BMS units
BMS4100 and must be enrolled in the Honours Degree of Bachelor of Biomedical Science