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The Foundation Degree in Biomedical Science is a two year full-time programme which has been designed in collaboration with the University of Greenwich and employers to provide students with the skills required for working in relevant laboratories. The programme is closely linked with the corresponding degree pathway of the University of Greenwich, and successful students may transfer to the BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science programme at the University. Degree structure Level 4: Fundamental Biology and Physiology. Fundamentals of Biochemistry. Basic Chemistry for Life Sciences. Work-based Learning 1. Introduction to Medical Science.. Level 5: Cell biology and immunology. Bioanalytical techniques. Metabolism and disease. Microbiology and genetics. Physiological systems and regulation. Cellular and molecular pathology. Work-based learning, research and professional skills..
- Cell Biology
- Biomedical Science
- Medical Science
- Medical training
- Basic Chemistry
Fundamentals of Biochemistry (30 credits) Fundamental Biology and Physiology (30 credits) Work Based Learning 1 (Bromley) (30 credits) Basic Chemistry for Life Science (15 credits) Introduction to Medical Science (15 credits)
Cellular and Molecular Pathology (Level 5) (15 credits) Physiological Systems and Regulation (15 credits) Metabolism and Disease (15 credits) Bioanalytical Techniques (15 credits) Work-based Learning, Research and Professional Skills (30 credits) Cell Biology and Immunology (15 credits) Genetics and Microbiology (15 credits)
Assessment Assessment is via assignments, essays, practical work, tests, workplace assessment and examinations. - Careers Students have the option to progress to the final year of the BSc Hons Biomedical Science programme at the University of Greenwich. Alternatively, students can be employed in scientific laboratories.