About this course
The programme focuses on the scientific study of all aspects of a healthy lifestyle, and the strategies that can be employed to improve health. The programme includes a series of fundamental science-based modules in human physiology, nutrition and biochemistry. Emphasis will be placed on the relationship between exercise, nutrition, lifestyle factors and health. An evidenced-based approach will be taken, allowing graduates from the programme to evaluate evidence for disease prevention and treatment, design trials to assess health interventions, take a lead role in health promotion and to relate to the Health Agenda of the Nation.
What you will study
You will study the following modules:
- Cell biology and genetics
- Human anatomy & physiology
- Laboratory skills and data analysis
- Infection & immunity A
- Personal & professional development A
Methods of delivery will include lectures supported by tutorials, seminars, laboratory-based practical's and case studies.
Please note: You can apply for this course either through UCAS or directly with the College.
If applying via UCAS please use the following details: Course Code - B990, University Code - C20, Campus Code - 5, CAVC - Cardiff.
Course fee per year
Tuition Fees: £7,500.00
Standard Entry: 72 UCAS tariff points to include grades from Biology and Chemistry A2 Levels or an equivalent Science qualification such as the BTEC Extended Diploma or relevant Access course. Applicants should have five GCSE passes at C grade or above.
- The College welcomes contact with parents/guardians of students who are under 18
- Additional support is available for students with learning difficulties and disabilities
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