This course offers progression from science related degrees for students wishing to develop an academic interest in clinical sciences. The course develops:
Anatomical, physiological and biochemical processes related to cellular, musculo-skeletal and cardiovascular function in terms of both normal and diseased states. Psychological concepts of health, illness and disease. Clinical research process from proposal stage to undertaking, including presenting in oral and written form suitable for medical and academic audiences. This course provides a combination of cutting edge theory and research skills to students who have a strong scientific background but not necessarily any directly relevant subject knowledge which makes this course challenging and rewarding.
Successful students will combine consistently high levels of lecture attendance with a similarly significant amount of self-directed study and will be supported by academics and clinicians who are well respected in their specialist fields.
Dissertation (60 credits) Therapeutics (20) Applied Anatomy and Histopathology (20) Clinical Physiology (20) Research Skills (30) Metrology and Health (10) Molecular Pathology (20)
A Bachelor degree from a recognised institution (equivalent to a second class honours degree or higher) OR be able to demonstrate prior relevant professional experience of at least two years duration. IELTS of 6.0 or above with no individual score lower than 5.5.
Recipient: Bangor University
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