Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences


This programme covers in modern biomedical disciplines such as:

  • systems biology
  • medical technology
  • bioinformatics
  • infectious disease
  • laboratory medicine
  • biomedical regulatory compliance

Students are required to complete a minimum of 120 credit units. Core courses cover the following:

  • Biochemistry and Clinical Chemistry
  • Cytology and Histology
  • Hematology and Immunology
  • Physiology and Pathophysiology
  • Transfusion Science
  • Virology and Medical Microbiology
  • Laboratory Practice
  • Laboratory Diagnostics Management and Regulations

Clinical Laboratory/Industrial Attachment

The programme provides students with solid experience in a real-world environment, broadens the experience of students and enhances their employability.

Curriculum Structures

For Students Admitted/Changed to the Major with Catalogue Term Semester A 2019/2020 and thereafter

For Students Admitted/Changed to the Major with Catalogue Term Semester A 2016/2017, 2017/2018 and 2018/2019

Course Syllabuses

Students can review the course syllabuses in details from Undergraduate Catalogue.

Suggested Study Plans

For Normative 4–year Degree (Cohort 2019)

For Normative 4–year Degree (Cohort 2018)

For Normative 4–year Degree (Cohort 2017)

For Normative 4–year Degree (Cohort 2016)

For Advanced Standing II (Cohort 2018)

Student Handbook

Student Handbook 2019–2020 (for 2019 Cohort)

Student Handbook 2018–2019 (for 2018 Cohort)

Student Handbook 2018–2019 (for 2016 & 2017 Cohort)

More Information

Academic Regulations and Records Office (ARRO)

30 September 2019