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  • Objectives
    Biochemistry is the study of the molecular basis of life. Students are taught the fundamentals of biological chemistry, metabolism, cell biology, molecular genetics, microbiology, physiology and immunology. Experimentation is central to all aspects of biochemistry and so you are trained in laboratory techniques, experimental design, data analysis and presentation. In the second and third year you focus on the use of biochemistry in industrial applications, biophysical techniques used in understanding biological processes and the relationship between protein structure and function.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements -International Baccalaureate 34 points overall including HL6 in English and History -Irish Leaving Certificate A1 A1 B1 B1 B2 B2 at Higher level including grade B1 in English or History -European Baccalaureate 80% overall inc 80% in English or History -USA: Advanced Placement Tests Three AP subjects with 544 including English or History at grade 5 -Australia: Tertiary Entrance Ranking 95+ Tertiary Entrance Ranking, or an OP of band 4 for Queensland
  • Academic Title
    BSc Biochemistry
  • Course description
    BSc Biochemistry


    Year 1

    -Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: Chemistry of the Cell
    -Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: Biochemical Reactions & Metabolism
    -Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: Cell Biology & Genetics
    -From Cells to Systems
    -Practice of Biomedical Science
    -Fundamentals of Pharmacology
    -Principles of Physiology

    Year 2

    -Cell Biology
    -Gene Cloning & Gene Expression
    -Protein Structure & Function

    Year 3

    -Free Radicals & Human Disease
    -Protein Structure & Design
    -Library or Extended Research Project

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