The Bachelor of Health (Biomedical Science) aims to provide education and training for a career in pharmaceutical and diagnostic companies, medical research, pathology services, public health laboratories, diagnostic and pharmaceutical industries. Graduates will have a broad education allowing them to diversify after graduation, including seeking entry into professional programs in the health sciences. It is the perfect stepping stone for students wanting to prepare for the Graduate Australian Medical Schools Admissions Test (GAMSAT). Graduates can work as medical, clinical or research scientists in hospitals, private pathology laboratories, universities and research institutions. As an industry-driven program, there is also a demand for graduates in medical technologies marketing, as well as the pharmaceutical, clinical physiology and diagnostic industries. The Bachelor of Health is the perfect launch pad for careers as a medical laboratory or a research scientist and a great path towards entry into graduate medicine programs. But a sophisticated understanding of the human body in health and disease is also beneficial for those of them wishing to study pharmacy, veterinary science, dentistry, optometry, physiotherapy and occupational therapy and education.