Major - Anatomy and Physiology

Western Sydney University Major Code: M3064.1

This version of the specialisation is available only to continuing or completing students.


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Campbelltown Campus Internal Sabine Piller

Major Structure

Students completing the Bachelor of Medical Science (Advanced) with a major in Anatomy and Physiology will complete the following course structure.

Note: At least 60 credit points must be at Level 3 or above (one Schedule B unit must be at least a Level 3 unit)

Year 1

Autumn session

300802 Biodiversity
300811 Scientific Literacy
300825 Introduction to Anatomy
300800 Essential Chemistry 1

Please note unit 300800 is no longer available from 2017. Students should take unit 300808 Introductory Chemistry.

Spring session

300816 Cell Biology
300803 Essential Chemistry 2
300818 Introduction to Physiology
300672 Mathematics 1A

Year 2

Autumn session

300937 Advanced Science Project A
300936 Functional Proteins and Genes
300894 Anatomy of the Thorax and Abdomen

And one Schedule B Unit

Spring session

300938 Advanced Science Project B
300848 Metabolism
300889 Pathological Basis of Disease
300884 Pharmacology

Year 3

Autumn session

300910 Advanced Science Project C
300819 Topics in Physiology
300851 Advanced Physiology

And one Schedule B Unit

Spring session

300892 Medical Science Project
300754 Neuroanatomy
300893 Topics in Medical Science

And one Schedule B Unit

Schedule B Units

Choose three of

300905 Advanced Immunology
300898 Appendicular Skeleton
300817 Molecular Biology
300897 Anatomy of the Head and Neck
300838 Comparative Physiology
300927 Molecular Medicine
300845 Genetics
300820 Genes, Genomics and Human Health

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