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The below courses are validated by the University of Hertfordshire.
UCAS Code: (To apply please click on the course name)
B902 - Initial Year for Extended Degree in Science - Subjects Allied to Medicine
B900 - Initial Year for Extended Degree in Science - Biological Science
Institution Code: H36
Campus name: Hertford Regional College
Campus code: H
The programme has been devised in accordance with the University of Hertfordshire's graduate attributes of programmes of study and provides students with the knowledge, scientific academic and independent study skills to embark on a higher education programme in the sciences to appropriate Honours degree programmes. You will be enabled to develop knowledge, understanding and investigative skills relevant to a broad education in the medicine and allied courses and biological sciences and supported to develop transferable skills and attributes necessary for your future as a student.
The BSc. Initial Degree in Science programme is validated by the University of Hertfordshire and you can read more comprehensive course information here.
What can I do next?
Upon successful completion of the course you can progress to your chosen course out of two pathways:
Subjects Allied to Medicine Course
This include courses such as BSc (Hons) Nursing (Adult / Child / Learning Disabilities / Mental Health, BSc (Hons) Midwifery, BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MPharm Pharmacy, BSc (Hons) Diagnostic, Radiography &Oncology, BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science etc.
BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences, BSc (Hons) Molecular Biology, BSc (Hons) Biochemistry, BSc (Hons) Biochemistry, BSc (Hons) Sports Studies etc
What will I be doing?
Hertford Regional College is a vocational college with a real strength in developing the knowledge and skills you need to prepare you for further study and work. You will be learning in both classrooms and in facilities that are similar to those you will meet in the workplace. Throughout the course you will experience a range of practical and theoretical learning methods. These might include: small group activities in class, group discussions, practical application of skills, individual presentations, one-to-one discussions, written work in a variety of different formats, learning from visiting speakers / practitioners, educational trips and visits as well as e-learning methods to access resources and complete assessments.
- Introductory Biology
- Introductory Chemistry
- Introductory Physics
- Individual Project
- Mathematics for Scientists
Modules (Three options)
- Mammalian Physiology
- Applied and Environmental Biology
*Normally compulsory for Subjects Allied to Medicine LMIYSAM
The BSC Extended Degree in Science Initial Year Programme is designed to offer alternative entry into a range of science degree programmes at the University of Hertfordshire.
The programme is offered full time (1) year mode as two alternative courses:
- Initial Year for Extended Degree Science â€“ Subjects Allied to Medicine (SAM): LMIYSAM
- Initial Year for Extended Degree Science â€“ Biological Science (BS): MMISBS
Students are taught over two semesters (A and B). In semester A core introductory modules are studied in biology, chemistry and physics. In semester B, students will take one core module (Investigative Project) and choose a further three optional modules depending on the Honours degree they intend to progress to once the Extended Degree has been successfully completed (In relation to this Mammalian Physiology and Chemistry are compulsory for those pursuing the Subjects Allied to Medicine Pathway). There is no final award at the end of the Extended Degree Science Initial Year, nor are any interim awards available to students
How will I be assessed?
Assessment is majorly through coursework, practical and examination (Semester B) which are carried out through individual work, group work, presentations, assessed practicals, online quizzes, essays, multiple choice questions, open book assessments, closed book assessments, self-assessment, peer-assessment etc.
An overall pass grade in 120 credits is the minimum requirement for progression to Year 1 of participating programmes, with some requiring higher specific grades and/or the successful completion of an interview for progression, according to the tariff set each year.
48 UCAS points
IB - 48 points with a minimum of 1 HL subject at grade 4 or above (with the remaining points to come from a combination of HL, SL and Core).
GCSE Maths, English Language and Science at grade 4 or above.
£6165 for the 2020/2021 academic year.
Students are normally eligible for a tuition fee loan from Student Finance England. See www.gov.uk/student-finance
Tuition fees are charged annually. The fees quoted above are for the specified year(s) only.
These fees are indicative of the 2019-20 costs and may be subject to change