Course study plan:
BP004 Bachelor of Science
Degree-specific major:
MJD-ENGSC Engineering Science (Biomedical specialisation) (five Level 1 units + four Level 2 units + five Level 3)
Second major:
MJS-Generic (two Level 1 units + two Level 2 units + four Level 3 units)

Year 1

Semester 1
Semester 2

Year 2

Semester 1
Semester 2

Year 3

Semester 1
Semester 2
  • Key:
  • Degree-specific major unit
  • Second major unit
  • Broadening unit
  • Bridging unit
  • Elective
  • Foundational unit
  • Minor unit

* This unit is available in semester 1, semester 2.

^ Students taking the Biomedical Engineering Specialisation in conjunction with majors in: Genetics, Microbiology and Immunology, Physiology or Neuroscience may substitute IMED1001 Form and Function with SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell and one of ANHB1101 Human Biology: Becoming Human or ANHB1102 Human Biology ll: Being Human. Students taking the Biomedical Engineering Specialisation in conjunction with the Medical Sciences major are not required to take PHYL2002 Physiology of Cells.
1Second majors in Science comprising more than 8 units may require students to pick up extra units to satisfy broadening requirements.
2Commencing students who do not have the prerequisite ATAR subjects in Maths, Chemistry or Physics will have to include bridging units in their study plans. Example study plans that include these bridging units for the Biomedical Engineering specialisation are available in PDF [144KB] and Word [30KB] formats.

Important information about the Engineering Science Study Plans

This study plan has been designed to allow you to complete the Engineering Science major and a second major within three years. In order to do this, you may need to complete some Level 2 units in Year 1 and some Level 3 units in Year 2. The plan takes into account all prerequisites for the engineering science units.

This study plan is an example of a full-time load of four units per semester.

The standard minimum completion time for a bachelor's degree is three years. The maximum completion time is 10 years.

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