what does additional accreditation mean?

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Biochemistry says it additional accredited
Biological science is not additional accredited
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Biochemistry says it additional accredited
Biological science is not additional accredited
Accreditation often means that degree exempts you from certain professional exams. E.g. Engineering degrees might be accredited by the likes of IMechE, IET, BCS and it just means that degree has the necessary modules to pass any academic requirements needed for Chartership/Membership of a particular organisation.

It's no big deal if Biochem/BioSci isn't to be honest.
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Biochemistry says it additional accredited
Biological science is not additional accredited
Accredited by who? Accredited for what?

Accreditation may not be important depending on what you want to do later.

Which course (and where) is this?
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