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BSc Biomedical Science

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  • Objectives
    # Delivered by our healthcare science division, which has an established reputation for excellence in this field, the course allows you to focus on the science of the human body as it relates to medicine, particularly emphasising the investigation of disease # Our extensive network of contacts with hospitals, biomedical research laboratories, and pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies means there are plenty of opportunities for learning within the workplace
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements * 260-320 points including a minimum of 240 points from at least two full 6-unit awards or one full 12-unit award plus one full 6-unit award * Post-16 qualifications should include a science subject at A2 Level * You should have GCSE English and Maths at Grade C or above or Key Skills Communication and Application of Number at Level 2 * If you've got other qualifications or relevant experience - check out the UCAS tariff conversion table via the UCAS website
  • Academic Title
    BSc Biomedical Science
  • Course description
    BSc Biomedical Science


    -In Year 1, your choice of study topics covers chemistry for biosciences, the form and function of the human body, and disease prevention and treatment. Human physiology is considered, as is infection and immunity. The course investigates molecules and cells in health and disease, and includes professional studies in healthcare science.
    -Year 2 examines themes such as the biology of disease, and principles of disease investigation. It introduces biomedical science practicals, as well as key aspects of immunology, and integrated physiology and metabolism.
    -In Year 3 you can either take up an optional work placement or move directly to your final year, which offers a choice of modules including: Advanced Topics in Healthcare Science; Cellular Pathology; Clinical Biochemistry; Clinical Immunology; Evidence-based Practice; Haematology and Transfusion Science; Honours Project; Human Development; Medical Genetics; and Medical Microbiology and Public Health.

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