This course examines how the body functions in terms of its physiology, and looks in detail at cellular events, from the developing embryo to the adult. It also studies the impact of disease and genetics on the human in society.
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of biological principles of anatomy, physiology, cell biology, reproduction, genetics and biochemistry
- Develop confidence and ability to engage with exciting current developments at the frontiers of human biology.
- Carry out a research project on a topic area that interests you.
Human beings are complex and fascinating. In an age when there is so much discovery transforming our approach to medicine, genomics, stem cells and lifestyle, this course offers a real opportunity to have an important impact on the world.
Graduates of BSc (Honours) Human Biology
This programme has been accredited by the Royal Society of Biology following an independent and rigorous assessment. Accredited degree programmes contain a solid academic foundation in biological knowledge and key skills, and prepare graduates to address the needs of employers. The accreditation criteria require evidence that graduates from accredited programmes meet defined sets of learning outcomes, including subject knowledge, technical ability and transferable skills. Graduates from Accredited programmes will receive one year's free membership of the Royal Society of Biology at Associate level.
In year three, you have the opportunity to apply your knowledge and skills in the real world with a work placement. This is an important chance to gain the experience and professional skills that can give you the all-important edge at the start of your career. Work experience of any sort helps to attract the attention of future employers.
We offer you the opportunity to apply for placements in a wide range of institutions, including the NHS, schools and colleges, industry and medical research. If you are unable to commit to a year, it is also possible to work for a shorter amount of time on placement, such as during the summer. This shorter placement can also contribute to your degree. If you are doing your work placement in another European country there may be funding available through the Erasmus programme.
Mini-projects are included in the first and second year where you develop experimental design and planning abilities as well as building confidence in practical skills. These lead to a more independent extended research project during the final BSc year, with further advanced projects being undertaken if you continue for an additional MSci year.
Cellular Biology And Biochemistry With Microbiology - 20.00
Human Physiology And Anatomy - 20.00
Human Reproduction And Development - 20.00
Professional And Scientific Practice 1: Labs - 20.00
Professional And Scientific Practice 1: Skills - 20.00
Topics In Human Biology -20.00
Advanced Cell Biology -20.00
Control Physiology - 20.00
Molecular Biology And Biochemistry - 20.00
Professional And Scientific Practice 2 - 40.00
Immunology And Microbiology -20.00
Pathological Basis Of Disease -20.00
Human Nutrition - 20.00
Neurobiology - 20.00
Research Project - 40.00
Applied Biochemistry - 20.00
Bioethics And Bioinformatics - 20.00
Bioethics And Human Genetics - 20.00
Bioinformatics And Human Genetics - 20.00
Pharmacology - 20.00
• Practical work
Application deadline details:
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I think Hallam can be a great university, especially if you choose to live in and want a good night life. The only real downside to it is the poor management of timetables, but that may be relevant to my course only.
by Anonymous on 4th October 2015
Great facilities, ideally located, staff very friendly and the course seems very interested and plenty of career aspirations.
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