1. Compare and contrast the different lines of defences of the Innate and Adaptive immunities in regards to specificity, duration of action, speed of action, and immune memory. 2. Explain the panel of elements (molecular and cellular) that comprise both arms of the immune system including their respective roles (B cell-derived production of antibodies and T cell-mediated Adaptive immunity and cytotoxicity), development and selection processes of B and T cells, and their functions regarding antigenic recognition and diversity. 3. Discuss various aspects of clinical immunology including defences against infection, immune deficiencies, hypersensitivities, autoimmune disease, transplantation immunology, and tumour immunology. 4. Identify and critically appraise current scientific literature and communicate findings credibly in both oral and written form. 5. Demonstrate effective collaboration to solve a range of immunological associated disorders and syndromes.