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Gain a thorough understanding of your subject – and the tools to investigate, think critically, form reasoned arguments, solve problems and communicate effectively in new contexts. Credits measure the student workload required for the successful completion of a module or qualification. For example, if you study a 60-credit module and successfully pass it, you will be awarded 60 credits. This degree has three stages, each comprising 120 credits (equivalent to one year's full-time university study). You’ll begin by exploring the science, psychology and social issues behind health and disease and its management, learning about topics in health science. This module introduces the health sciences by exploring eight globally important health topics, ranging from nutrition and infectious diseases to pain and breast cancer screening.
In this module you’ll explore the different ways in which psychologists investigate the human mind and behaviour, and find out how psychological research addresses real-life issues. We make all our qualifications as accessible as possible and have a comprehensive range of services to support all our students. All qualifications require you to complete learning and assessment activities within a required timescale and according to pre-determined deadlines.
If you feel you may need additional support with any of the elements above, visit our disability page to find more about what we offer. The level and depth of your learning gradually increases as you work through the qualification. If you have already studied at university level, you may be able to count it towards your Open University qualification – which could save you time and money by reducing the number of modules you need to study. It’s not just university study that can be considered, you can also transfer study from a wide range of professional or vocational qualifications such as HNCs and HNDs.
You should apply for credit transfer before you register, at least 4 weeks before the registration closing date. For more details of when you will need to apply by and to download an application form, visit our Credit Transfer website.
On successfully completing this undergraduate course, you'll be awarded the BSc (Honours) Health Sciences degree.

The class of degree (first, second or third class honours) depends on your grades at Stages 2 and 3. Read about how some of our students have fitted OU study into their lives, then find out if you have enough time to study by completing our time planner. If your study skills are a bit rusty or you want to try out Open University study before committing yourself, don’t worry! The credit gained from the Access module will be in addition to the other credit required for the qualification. This fascinating, multidisciplinary module is an ideal starting point if you have little or no previous knowledge of the sciences, technology and mathematics, and would like to develop both your subject knowledge and your study skills. If (like most OU students) you study part time at a rate of 60 credits a year, you'll take six years to complete an honours degree.
There may be extra costs on top of the tuition fee, such as a laptop, travel to tutorials, set books and internet access. If you're on a low income you might be eligible for help with some of these costs after you register. We know there’s a lot to think about when choosing to study, not least how you can pay. Just answer these simple questions to find out more about the options available to you for courses starting before 31 July 2017. If you have a BFPO address, you are only eligible for UK course fees if you are a currently serving member of the British armed forces, and you're temporarily and unavoidably working abroad.
An OU qualification will always help you stand out from the crowd, now and in the future – whether you’re just starting out, developing your career, or changing direction entirely. Science graduates are in demand in the jobs market, particularly if they also have good interpersonal skills and some workplace experience.
While the BSc (Honours) Health Sciences (Q71) is not attached to a specific professional endorsement, it provides a broad base of scientific knowledge and skills appropriate to occupations such as biomedical research, diagnostic services, health promotion, health and safety, health therapy, and health services administration and management. The logical, reasoned approach needed for science study is also relevant to a wide range of non-scientific contexts. Over 100 staff and students at Bromley College of Further & Higher Education took part in a fun run in aid of the Orpington based Maypole Project on Wednesday 30th May. There was an air of competition amongst the group and special recognition goes to Lee Cooper (Sports lecturer) Ian Davis (Science lecturer) and Nick Winter, (Public Service lecturer) who took first, second and third places in the 10k race.
The College recently chose to support the Maypole Project and this race is part of a programme of activities to raise funds for this important children's charity which provides respite care and fun days for children with life threatening conditions. The module also introduces you to the scientific approach to health and develops study skills in maths and writing for science. Modules at these stages focus on infectious disease, public health, cell biology, sensory systems, and investigating mental health.
However, as we review the curriculum on a regular basis, the exact selection may change over time.
You will therefore need to manage your time effectively during your studies and the University will help you to develop this skill throughout your degree.

Please contact us as soon as possible to discuss your individual requirements, so we can put arrangements in place before you start.
We will need to know what you studied, where and when and you will need to provide evidence of your previous study. You can get started with an Access module – fascinating courses designed to introduce subject areas, build your confidence and prepare you for further study. The subjects included are science, engineering and design, environment, mathematics, and computing and IT. Our friendly team of advisers will discuss your study options with you, and help you decide on the best starting point for you.
That’s why we work hard to keep the cost of study as low as possible and have a wide range of flexible ways to pay to help spread, or even reduce, the cost. Fees normally increase annually in line with inflation and the University's strategic approach to fees. That’s why we offer a wide range of flexible payment and funding options to help make study more affordable. Other students using BFPO addresses should contact us on +44 (0)300 303 5303 for UK fee eligibility to be assessed.
Fees normally increase in line with inflation and the University’s strategic approach to fees. In addition to specific learning outcomes, this degree will equip you with a range of valuable transferable skills – such as critical thinking, the ability to make informed judgements, team working, problem solving, time management, analytical, numerical and communication skills, and proficiency in IT. If you’re aiming for leadership, managerial or professional roles, this degree course is useful as a stepping-stone to postgraduate research training, or vocational courses such as public health or medicine.
Many graduate-level jobs are open to graduates of any discipline, particularly in business, finance, management consultancy and the public sector.
Some areas of the careers service website are available for you to see now, including help with looking for and applying for jobs. In return for an entry fee and raising sponsorship, the runners and walkers could choose from 1k, 5k or 10k routes which started from the College’s playing fields and went through the surrounding woods and Norman Park. We recommend that you study Stage 1 over two years as it provides the underpinning knowledge and skills needed for more advanced study at Stages 2 and 3. I want to thank all of the students and staff who helped out as cheerers, marshals and administrators". You will have knowledge of art education policy and trends as they impact on learning and teaching.

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