BP231 - Bachelor of Biomedical Science

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Plan: BP231P10 - Bachelor of Biomedical Science
Campus: Bundoora Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

This program provides training in modern biomedical techniques, developing the following program learning outcomes:  

Demonstrate a coherent understanding of biomedical science by:

1.1 Articulating the methods of science and explaining why current  scientific knowledge is both contestable and testable by further inquiry

1.2 Explaining the role and relevance of biomedical science in society.

Exhibit depth and breadth of scientific knowledge by:

2.1 Demonstrating knowledge across disciplines contributing to biomedical science 

Critically analyse and solve scientific problems by:

3.1 Gathering, synthesising and critically evaluating information from a  range of sources

3.2 Designing and planning an investigation

3.3 Selecting and applying practical and/or theoretical techniques or tools in order to conduct an investigation

3.4  Collecting, accurately recording, interpreting and drawing conclusions from scientific data.

Be effective communicators of science by:

4.1 Communicating scientific results, information, or arguments, to a range  of audiences, for a range of purposes, and using a variety of modes.

Demonstrate accountability for their own learning and scientific work by:

5.1 Being an independent and self-directed learner

5.2 Working effectively, responsibly and safely in an individual or team context

5.3 Demonstrating knowledge of the regulatory frameworks relevant to their disciplinary area and personally practising ethical conduct.

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