Life Sciences Course and Biomedical Engineering
This exciting course explores overarching principles of Life Sciences. It will enable you to relate principles and dimensions of life sciences directly to day-to-day applications through the use of a practical learning environment and consideration of key cases. By completing this short course you will learn how you can make a difference and or innovate solutions to improve the lives of others through an evidence-based approach.
What will you study?
You will explore the fundamental principles leading to advanced applications of ‘Life Sciences’ during this course. You will learn about a number of key dimensions of life sciences. For example, during the interactive sessions, you may explore the relationship between unicellular and multicellular organisms and appreciate the advancements in engineering/technology enabling you to practically explore the man-machine interface. Students will utilise an array of scientific/advanced technological equipment and engage in a range of interactive, practical and seminar based sessions in the discipline of Life Sciences.
Academic status: Practice-based (non-credit bearing)
Faculty: Health, Education and Life Sciences
Dates: 20 July to 7 August 2020 (three weeks)
Venue: City South Campus (Seacole Building)
English language requirements: No formal qualification will be needed, although all classes will be taught in English.
Academic pre-requisites: Level 3 or equivalent