When you graduate you will be able to:
- Demonstrate core knowledge and understanding of the scientific disciplines of bioscience and sufficient knowledge in related fields.
- Apply skills of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and application in the context of bioscience.
- Appreciate the interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary nature of bioscience.
Course revisions do take place and are driven by changes to subject benchmarks, student feedback and accrediting body requirements. When this happens we will inform you at the earliest opportunity. We advise you to look at course information before accepting your offer. Optional modules, normally at level 5 and 6, are dependent on student numbers. Please note you are entering into a contract if we offer a place and you accept (UCAS or via PT)
You will be assessed via a variety of methods designed to embed transferable employability skills into the course. These methods will include:
- Written examinations
- Essays and portfolios of work
- Work produced from and as a consequence of practical classes
- Student presentations (oral)
- Poster presentations
This BSc (Hons) will lead naturally to careers in the health services or in laboratory science, including pathology, toxicology and forensics, as well as more environmental careers such as pollution monitoring and control.