With a range of first class facilities our Health Sciences courses will really prepare you for building a career in these exciting and practical areas of healthcare.
Health Sciences courses
UCAS course code: 7Y63 Duration: 3 years full-time | 5 years part-time
Biomedical Science is a fascinating and exciting subject that studies human biology in both healthy individuals and disease states. You will gain detailed knowledge and understanding of molecular, cellular and pathological changes in common human conditions. Our students are able to gain confidence and demonstrate competency in laboratory techniques and apply their knowledge to real life situations. Key to this is our frequent and applied supported learning opportunities to develop theoretical, analytical and practical skills.
This 4 year programme allows you the opportunity to undertake a placement year in an NHS/industry laboratory, before returning to your final year. You will study detailed biological process in healthy/disease states and gain a clear understanding of associated molecular, cellular and tissue changes. Through frequent and applied laboratory sessions, you will enhance your theoretical, analytical and practical skills that will be consolidated during your placement year, enhancing your employability.
UCAS course code: B930 Duration: 3 years full-time
As an Occupational Therapist, you will recognise the strong relationship between occupation, health and wellbeing. The aim of our Occupational Therapy degree course is to enable you to help people engage in occupations which they need or want to do, and suppoprt them to lead personally fulfilling and healthy lives.
UCAS course code: B160 Duration: 3 years full-time | 6 years part-time
On the Physiotherapy BHSc (Hons) course at York St John University, you will learn from a dynamic team of health professionals with a diverse range of expertise and interests. Our students have a host of different past experiences which they are encouraged to reflect upon as part of their learning. You will complete a number of practice placements throughout the programme, allowing you to work with patients in real settings under the close supervision of qualified clinicians.
UCAS course code: C100 Duration: 3 years full-time | part-time options available on request
Biology is amongst the fastest developing areas of science, one that can lead graduates into a wide range of careers in health, industry and research. This course focusses upon human aspects of biology, progressing from key aspects of human form and function into a detailed analysis of disease, embryology and immunity.
UCAS course code: C700 Duration: 3 years full-time | part-time options available on request
The rapid development of Biochemistry now gives us unparalleled insight into the normal functioning of biological systems and the root cause of many diseases. This degree will offer a comprehensive and interdisciplinary perspective on the biochemistry of life in its broadest sense.
UCAS course code: B400 Duration: 3 years full-time | part-time options available on request
Nutrition represents one of the most significant challenges for science and human society. In many industrialised countries and fast-growing economies, obesity and its consequences are major challenges to health, whilst at the same time, anorexia is a major theme in mental illness and UNICEF estimates that undernutrition contributes to half of the deaths reported in children less than 5 years of age. Understanding human nutrition is fundamental to addressing and solving these pressing issues.
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