Undergraduate study at Central Clinical School
The Central Clinical School (CCS) offers undergraduate units in Immunology and Human Pathology for Bachelor of Science (BSc) and Bachelor of Biomedical Science (BMS) students. CCS also offers a structured teaching program for Monash Medical students.
Human pathology is the study of disease processes, particularly cell death, inflammation and disorders of immunity. Dr Royce introduces the three Human Pathology (HUP) subjects offered to Monash undergraduate students.
Immunology is the study of the immune system, which protects us from harmful pathogens such as bacteria and viruses. The Department of Immunology at CCS offers immunology units at 2nd year and 3rd year levels within BSc and BMS.
CCS has a structured clinical teaching program for Monash's 3B & 5D MBBS students at various teaching hospitals.
Honours at CCS
If you are completing your undergraduate studies in Central Clinical School's discipline areas, you can follow your interests and enhance your degree by undertaking an Honours year with our leading researchers. See more about Honours at CCS.