University of Ulster

B.Sc. Biosciences, Applied

University of Ulster
In Coleraine

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Coleraine (Northern Ireland)
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Coleraine (Northern Ireland)
Description

Bioscience is a diverse, inter-disciplinary and topical subject which contributes much to health and wealth worldwide. Our Ulster University course focuses on the application of human and molecular biology to offer solutions and opportunities within the biomedical science and food professions.

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Location

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Coleraine (County Londonderry)
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University Of Ulster, BT52 1SA

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What you'll learn on the course

Skills and Training
Biomedical
Biology

Course programme

Course Content

The educational aims of the course and its associated learning outcomes across the particular fields of applications of biology (human and molecular), within an environment which promotes research, innovation and enterprise, demand that all modules (120 credits at level 6) are compulsory. This course provides opportunities for students to:

  • Extend and enhance their existing knowledge and understanding of biosciences, within the context of applications in biomedical, health and food sciences
  • Develop their work-related competences, enterprise skills and transferable skills
  • Utilise research skills to undertake research in biosciences
  • Critically evaluate advances in the biosciences and discuss the economic, social and ethical implications of developments in the biosciences and their applications
  • Enhance their employability as professional Public Health, mediscience and food industry staff, and open up progression pathways to higher degrees in biosciences
  • Embrace continuing professional development and life long learning in biosciences

Attendance

Typically two years. 65 credits at level 6 by distance learning in Year 1, Semesters I and II + 55 credits at Level 6 by distance learning in Year 2, Semesters I and II.

In addition, some sub-degree entrants are required to complete a Year 0 of either 40 credits at Level 5 (Semesters II and III) or 20 credits at Level 5 (Semester III).


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