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This degree allows you to practice techniques to build forensic evidence records and oversee investigations from ‘crime scene to courtroom’.
This Biomedical Science BSc degree integrates a wide range of subjects to promote the understanding of how the human body works and the biology of disease.
If you’re passionate about a healthy lifestyle, our Dietetics BSc can qualify you to offer nutrition advice to others.
If you love food and want to uphold the quality and safety of restaurants, this course could teach you how to make a career out of it.
How do you become a nutritionist? Start with a Food and Nutrition degree! Then you can start your career in this hugely popular industry.
Biology doesn’t get closer to home than when you study a human biology degree. This progressive field is always evolving and changing.
A Medical and Pharmacological Sciences degree is one for the curious! It will help you understand the normal functions of the human body, how diseases develop and how they can be treated.
As the number of people with diseases and disorders associated with physical inactivity and poor nutrition rises, the quality and safety of food, and the nutritional impact of what we eat on human health and development, has never been higher in the public awareness.
If you have an interest in applying scientiﬁc principles to the way the body functions during sport and physical activity, how it adapts to training and you want to know how to undertake exercise effectively, then this could be the course for you.
On this course you will learn to assess trauma, attend to injuries, provide sports massage and create rehabilitation programmes.