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SCH2232 Medical Biochemistry
Credit Points: 15
SCH1134 Human Structure and Function
SCC1226 Introduction to Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
In this unit emphasis is given to the energetic metabolic processes of the normal human, and how various disease states are manifestations of abnormalities of biomolecular reactions and processes. Emphasis is also given to gaining an understanding of the principles of major laboratory methods used in diagnostic procedures and biomedical research.

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K09Bachelor of Forensic Investigation
M89Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Sports Science)
M90Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science and Rehabilitation)
E69Bachelor of Science (Human Biology)
SMCBIMBiomedical Science 8 Unit Supporting Major
MIBIOMBiomedical Science Minor
MABUUDBiomedical Science Major
MAAADPBiomolecular Science Major
MABUSSESSA Exercise and Sports Science Professional Accreditation Major
SMCHUMHuman Biology 8 Unit Supporting Major
MIHBIOHuman Biology Minor
MAHBIOHuman Biology Major
MAAADOHuman Genetics Major
MAAAHXNutrition Major
SMCPHAPharmacology 8 Unit Supporting Major
MIPHARPharmacology Minor
MABUUKPreclinical Science Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 15/03/2013 VET: 20/05/2013