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The coursework for the BTech Biomedical Technology comprises Integrated Pathophysiology IV, Molecular Biology IV, Laboratory Management, and Research Methods. [+]
The coursework for the BTech Biomedical Technology comprises Integrated Pathophysiology IV, Molecular Biology IV, Laboratory Management, and Research Methods.Admission requirements A National Diploma in Biomedical Technology. A minimum of 60% is required in the NDip programme. Contact details
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