Bachelor of Applied Biology

The University of Adelaide
A Adelaide (Australia)

Chiedi il prezzo

Informazioni importanti

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Adelaide (Australia)
  • Quando:

A Global Learning Experience is an integral component to your academic journey at The
University of Adelaide.
The university is committed to offering its students the opportunity to study
overseas through a range of degrees offered via the Global Learning Office, including student
exchange, study tours, short study degrees, internships and placements.
There are many exciting
opportunities in Europe, Asia, the Americas, Africa, and Oceania ranging from a few weeks to a
full academic year.

To find Global Learning opportunities available in your study area click Global Experiences.

Informazioni importanti

Dove e quando

Inizio Luogo
University Of Adelaide Thebarton Campus 3/49 Holland Street, SA 5005, South Australia, Australia
Visualizza mappa

Cosa impari in questo corso?



In their first year, students undertake core courses in the areas of biology and chemistry, plus courses designed to develop their research skills.
In the second and third year of study, students begin to specialise.
Depending on course choice, students can complete a major program of study in plant product development, biochemistry, genetics, or microbiology and immunology.
In addition to this strong theoretical grounding, a feature of the third year of study is a semester-long industry or research placement.
Students wishing to pursue higher degree study will be able to enrol into the honours component of the Applied Biology degree, during which they will complete a research project in their final year.
For students not taking the option of honours, a capstone experience will be undertaken during which industry personnel will work alongside students within the University, developing solutions to real world problems.
Academic Program Rules The Calendar is a comprehensive handbook of the University's academic program rules.
Bachelor of Applied Biology Example Study Plan Indicative study plan Level1*S1 BIOLOGY 1101 Biology I: Molecules, Genes and CellsorBIOLOGY 1401 Concepts in Biology I CHEM 1100 Chemistry IAorCHEM 1101 Foundations of Chemistry IAorCHEM 1310 Chemistry IA(S) ABORIG 1001 Indigenous People, Country and Protocols SCIENCE 1101WT Principles and Practice of Science for Applied Biology S2 BIOLOGY 1201 Biology I: Human PerspectivesorBIOLOGY 1202 Biology I: Organisms CHEM 1200 Chemistry IBorCHEM 1201 Foundations of Chemistry IBorCHEM 1311 Chemistry IB(S) Approved Elective 1 x3 units MATHS 1013 Mathematics IMorMATHS 1011 Mathematics IAorSTATS 1004 Statistical Practice I (Life Sciences) Level2Core Course APP BIOL 2500WT Research Methods for Applied Biology II Level3Core Courses APP BIOL 3500WT Professional Practice for Applied Biology III APP BIOL 3510WT Applied Biology Industry Placement III (12 units) or APP BIOL 3520WT Applied Biology Research Placement III (12 units) Level4 Core Courses APP BIOL 3530WT Research Practice for Applied Biology APP BIOL 3540WT Applied Biology Capstone (9 units) One major chosen from: Level2Major Plant Product DevelopmentAGRIC 2500WT Animal and Plant Biochemistry IIandANIML SC 2501WT Genes and Inheritance II BiochemistryBIOCHEM 2500 Biochemistry II: Molecular and Cell BiologyandBIOCHEM 2501 Biochemistry II: Metabolism GeneticsGENETICS 2510 Genetics IIAandGENETICS 2520 Genetics IIB Microbiology and ImmunologyMICRO 2500 Microbiology IIandMICRO 2501 Immunology & Virology II Level3 Major Plant Product DevelopmentPLANT SC 3500WT Biotechnology in the Food & Wine Industries  IIIandPLANT SC 3515WT Plant Biotechnology IIIandPLANT SC 3530WT Ploant Production and Global Climate Change IIIandFOOD SC 3550WT Brewing Technology & Beer Production III BiochemistryBIOCHEM 3000 Molecular and Structural Biology IIIandBIOCHEM 3001 Cancer, Stem Cells & Developmental Biology III GeneticsGENETICS 3111 Genes, Genomes & Molecular Evolution IIIandGENETICS 3211 Genetic Expression & Human and Developmental Genetics III Microbiology and ImmunologyMICRO 3000 Infection and Immunity IIIAandMICRO 3001 Infection and Immunity IIIB Level2*Electives Courses to the value of 15 units may be taken from the following: APP BIOL 2512WT Study Abroad in Applied Biology II (12 units)PLANT SC 2510WT Foundations of Plant Science (3 units)orApproved Electives to the value of 15 units Level3 & Level4** Electives Approved Electives *Note: Course to the value of 24 units at each Level I and II**Note: A total of 48 units at Level III and IV (combined) Assessment Modes of assessment include assignments, practicals and exams.