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  • Objectives
    Biomedical Scientists identify disease and its causes, investigate and monitor pathological processes and treatment strategies, engage in medical research. Core modules provide a focused experience of the structure, functioning and analysis of bio-molecules, cells, tissues and body systems in health and disease, together with training in non-technical skills. This degree is accredited by the IBMS (Institute of Biomedical Science).
  • Entry requirements
    You should also have GCSE English and Maths at grade C or above (or equivalent). You are normally expected to hold one of the following: at least 220 points from two or more A-levels, including biology and chemistry or science; or at least 220 points from two A-levels (Applied subjects) in science; or a BTEC National Diploma in Science with MMP and at least five merits in the final year, excluding common skills. Entry from appropriate Foundation/ Access courses will also be considered.
  • Academic Title
    BSc Biomedical Sciences
  • Course description
    Course structure

    You study eight modules at each of three levels.*

    Level 1

    Professional Studies
    Data Analysis
    Molecular Biology
    and Genetics I
    General Biochemistry
    Cell Biology
    General Microbiology
    Human Structure and Function
    General Chemistry

    Level 2

    Metabolic Biochemistry
    Microbial Physiology

    Molecular and Cellular Pathology

    Haematology and Transfusion Science
    Project Preparation

    Level 3

    Developmental Systems and Pathology
    Clinical Biochemistry

    Medical Microbiology
    Project (double module)
    Principles of Pharmacology
    Bioanalytical Techniques II

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