Tom.Nook
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I'm just researching physiotherapy courses at the moment and I've noticed that some universities advertise 'Physiotherapy BSc' and others say 'Physiotherapy BSc (Hons)'.

Does anyone know if there is a difference in these courses or they're just describing the same course differently? Are there more units in the (Hons) courses and will that effect employability?

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Generally, an honours degree is 360 credits. Some unis have an honours degree but don’t say BSc (hons) on their website, look at the programme specifications for each degree if you want to check. Most bachelors degree are honours tho
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(Original post by oliviamkc)
Generally, an honours degree is 360 credits. Some unis have an honours degree but don’t say BSc (hons) on their website, look at the programme specifications for each degree if you want to check. Most bachelors degree are honours tho
Thanks! I looked on the course spec and it seems most seem to be Hons, just not listed on the course's main page! They're all the same UCAS course code too which was another hint that they're all Hons. Thanks for the help
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No difference at all. Same degree leading to the same qualification.
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