By undertaking Honours in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, you will develop an understanding of the research process and your abilities to conduct independent research. You will acquire training and practice in skills such as experimental methods, problem solving, literature searching, data analysis, computing, team building, and written and oral communication.
Students are able to (1) have an extended knowledge and understanding of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at both the theoretical and practical levels; (2) be able to design experiments, interpret data and be skilled at solving scientific problems; (3) be able to think critically and challenge ideas and concepts in the literature; and (4) have effective oral and written communication skills.
- Entry requirements
The equivalent of a UWA weighted average mark of at least 65 per cent in the Level 3 units of the Biochemistry and/or Molecular Biology major.
- Intake periods
Beginning of year only
Honours in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology can be taken as a specialisation in the following degrees:
No study plans found for this course. See study plans for more information.
Key to availability of units:
- Semester 1
- Semester 2
Take all units (48 points):
|Availability||Unit code||Unit name||Unit requirements|
|S1||BIOC4001||Advanced Studies in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology||
|S1||MSCI4001||Research Methodology, Data Acquisition and Evaluation Part 1||
|S1, S2||MSCI4002||Research Methodology, Data Acquisition and Evaluation Part 2||
|S1, S2||MSCI4003||Research Methodology, Data Acquisition and Evaluation Part 3||
|S1, S2||MSCI4004||Research Methodology, Data Acquisition and Evaluation Part 4||
|S1||MSCI4005||Research Project Development and Communication||
|S1||MSCI4006||Advanced Techniques in Molecular Sciences||
|S1||MSCI4098||Seminar Appraisal and Presentation Part 1||
|S1, S2||MSCI4099||Seminar Appraisal and Presentation Part 2||