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The Faculty of Health launches Queensland-first double degrees

From Semester 1 2015 The Faculty of Health will launch Queenslands-first new law and biomedical science double degrees:

A double degree in biomedical science with business or laws prepares graduates to work as part of multidisciplinary teams in biomedical research, development and commercialisation. The course has also real-world learning opportunities with up to 400hours of work integrated learning in a science context and other work placements and international internships within law.

Graduates of the biomedical science/business program may work for governments in a regulation, compliance, or policy development and implementation role; for venture capital and investment banks as an analyst; for innovation commercialisation companies as a consultant or marketing specialist; or in the research sector.

Graduates of the biomedical science/laws program may work in legal environments as an intellectual property lawyer, in-house counsel, government lawyer or mediator. Graduates may also work in consultancy through the innovation and commercialisation of infrastructure including, for example, regulation, compliance and clinical trials.

Outside the specialist biomedical science and legal environments, graduates will have skills and knowledge that is transferable to a wide range of areas including business, marketing, communication and policy advisors or officers.

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