BSc Biology

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  • Objectives
    The Biology programme at Kingston is designed to provide you with a thorough understanding of biological processes, while giving you the opportunity to create your own programme of in-depth study from a wide range of life sciences option modules.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements * a degree (level 6) in an Early Years subject or a degree (level 6) in any subject plus a level 3 qualification in an Early Years subject * a GCSE grade C in English and Maths * a current Criminal Records Bureau clearance * recent and considerable experience across whole 0-5 years age range
  • Academic title
    BSc Biology
  • Course description
    BSc Biology


    Year 1

    -Human Physiology 1
    -Cells and Tissues
    -Chemistry for Life Sciences
    -Essential Laboratory Techniques in Life Science
    -Structure and Function of Biological Molecules
    -Mathematics and ICT
    -Human Physiology II or Comparative Physiology
    -Genetics & Molecular Biology

    Year 2

    -Advanced Physiology
    -Biology of Disease
    -Cell Biology
    -Bioenergetics and Intermediary Metabolism
    -Environmental Impact of Energy and Chemical Production
    -Bioanalysis I
    -Geographical Information Systems
    -Human Genetics
    -Human Anatomy and Embryology
    -Freshwater Ecology and Biology
    -Research Methods and Skills (core)
    -Introductory Pharmacology
    -Forensic Biology I
    -Bioanalysis II
    -Environmental Pollution
    -The Flow of Genetic Information
    -Marine Ecology and Biology
    -Invertebrate Diversity
    -Forensic Biology II

    Year 3

    -Achieving a Sustainable Future
    -Ecology and Conservation in Temperate Ecosystems
    -Medical Microbiology
    -Molecular Genetics
    -Intercellular Communication
    -Aquatic Vertebrate Biology and Physiology
    -Clinical Immunology
    -Forensic Archaeology
    -Conservation of Aquatic Environments
    -Nutrition and Aetiology in Management of Impaired Health
    -Clinical Chemistry
    -Parasite and Vector Biology
    -Biochemical Analysis
    -Clinical Science
    -Cellular Pathology
    -Chemotherapy of Infectious Disease
    -Fisheries and Aquaculture Management

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