Pathology Courses

Pathology refers to the study of diseases, including what causes them and how they affect the human body. The primary component of pathology involves examining and testing samples of bodily fluids and tissues, which are used to diagnose illnesses correctly and devise treatments. Pathology is an extremely important component of modern medicine. It’s estimated that around 70% of medical decisions and diagnoses are reliant on pathology. The main disciplines include anatomical, chemical, clinical, forensic, general and genetic pathology, as well as haematology, immunopathology and microbiology. Pathology courses set students on the path to a rewarding career in the medical industry, whether in a service or academic capacity.

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Charles Sturt University

Launch your career as a medical scientist and help to develop cures for diseases with a Bachelor of Medical Science (with specialisations) from CSU. 


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