What counts as science modules health and social care?

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Hi, im currently studdying Health and Social Care level 3 at college and want to study nutrition at Uni. I can definitely study this with a foundation year but i can also do study it if I have science modules. My question is what kind of modules under health and social care would be considered science? I have psychology, sociology and an anatomy and physiology unit- would these count? Thanks.
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Pyschology maybe but anatomy and physiology i assume would but the best way to know is to contact your university
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Pyschology maybe but anatomy and physiology i assume would but the best way to know is to contact your university
Hi, thanks for your reply. I have contacted universities and they have only really said just to list the modules on the UCAS so im wondering if I should just apply for foundation to make sure I can get considered rather than risk it.
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Hi, thanks for your reply. I have contacted universities and they have only really said just to list the modules on the UCAS so im wondering if I should just apply for foundation to make sure I can get considered rather than risk it.
I would go for the normal course but I would contact them (I'm sorry but it's the best way for any clarification) if they would put you for their foundation course in case they dont accept those modules
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(Original post by love4nutrition)
Hi, im currently studdying Health and Social Care level 3 at college and want to study nutrition at Uni. I can definitely study this with a foundation year but i can also do study it if I have science modules. My question is what kind of modules under health and social care would be considered science? I have psychology, sociology and an anatomy and physiology unit- would these count? Thanks.
I'm doing Health and Social Care at college, the psychology and anatomy & physiology units would be classified as core science modules and sociology would be a social science. Also, I would recommend asking your teacher the exact number of science modules you do as there must be more than three for HSC? Usually, there's 6 for an extended diploma each year.
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I'm doing Health and Social Care at college, the psychology and anatomy & physiology units would be classified as core science modules and sociology would be a social science. Also, I would recommend asking your teacher the exact number of science modules you do as there must be more than three for HSC? Usually, there's 6 for an extended diploma each year.
Hi, thanks for your reply. Ive done 9 modules this year and have 9 more next year but they are not relevant to the science units (I don't think) that would be necessary.
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Thanks, i will do that.

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I would go for the normal course but I would contact them (I'm sorry but it's the best way for any clarification) if they would put you for their foundation course in case they dont accept those modules
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