In addition to developing subject-based expertise and skills, consideration of practices adopted in this field globally will ensure the programme is relevant to an international community of students. The programme is intended to:
- Provide students with a sound knowledge and understanding in the fundamental subjects that underpin Biomedical Science, including human physiology and anatomy, biochemistry, cell biology, molecular genetics, immunology, microbiology and the biology of disease.
- To develop intellectual skills in relation to knowledge and understanding of current methods available for laboratory investigation, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease. In addition to the roles of specialist disciplines, including medical microbiology, clinical biochemistry, cellular pathology, haematology and transfusion science and clinical immunology.
- To develop practical skills in the laboratory in addition to broader professional skills.
- To prepare students for employment or future study by developing transferable skills, including self-management and reflective practice, communication, IT, numeracy, data analysis and interpersonal and teamwork skills.
- To develop an appreciation of the role of scientific research in the advancement of Biomedical Science.
- Cell Biology and Genetics
- Principles of Immunology
- Introductory Pathological Sciences
- Practical Skills for Biosciences
- Applied Anatomy and Physiology
- Professional Skills
- Biotechniques and Practical Molecular Genetics
- The Biology of Disease
- Clinical Biochemistry
- Cellular Pathology
- Haematology and Transfusion Science
- Cellular and Immunological Methods
- Medical Microbiology
- Metabolic Biochemistry
- Pathology in Practice
- Analytical Methods and Applied Genetics
- Clinical Immunology
- Molecular Cell Interactions
- Research Project
- Scientific Literature Review
Applicants must be of age 18 and above, and meet at least ONE of the following requirements:
- Diploma in Biomedical Science or Foundation Certificate in Biomedical Sciences awarded by MDIS;
- GCE ‘A’ Level, in science stream subjects (Grades BBB, with B in Biology) (300 UCAS Points)
Direct entry to the second year is possible providing that the student has been awarded the following from an approved local polytechnic:
- Diploma qualification in Biomedical Sciences or a closely related subject area - e.g. Biotechnology
- Other equivalent qualifications may be considered on a case by case basis. Those who do not fit the above entry criteria are nevertheless encouraged to submit their academic transcripts for consideration.
All decisions regarding acceptance of candidates to the course will be made by Northumbria University.
About the School
The Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS), founded in 1956, is Singapore’s oldest not-for-profit professional institute for lifelong learning. MDIS has two main subsidiaries: Management ... Read More