A Level Applied Human Biology
1. Course details
|Qualification name||BTEC National Extended Certificate in Applied Science|
|Awarding organisation||Pearson Education Ltd (Formerly EDEXCEL)|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||08 September 2020|
2. Who this course is for
The Pearson BTEC Level 3 Extended National Certificate in Applied Science is intended for post-16 learners who want to continue their education through applied learning and who aim to progress to higher education, and ultimately to employment, possibly in the applied science sector. The qualification is equivalent in size to an A Level qualification and aims to give a basic introduction to the study of applied science.
3. Entry requirements
MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Students must have achieved a minimum of Grade 4 or above in both English and Mathematics and Grade C (equivalent) in at least 3 other GCSE/Level 2 qualifications. SUBJECT SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS 2 Cs or above in GCSE Science
4. What you'll learn
Year 1 AS or equivalent Unit 1: Principles of applied human biology, including cells, tissues and biological molecules, body systems, immune response, genetics and health; Unit 2: Practical microbiology and infectious diseases Year 2: A2 or equivalent Unit 3: Human biology and health initiatives You will also study one additional unit, which has been designed to support progression to applied human biology, health and health science courses in HE. Functional physiology Disease, disorders, treatments and therapies Genetics and genetic engineering Biomedical science Human reproduction and fertility The course is assessed through exams, written coursework and practical investigations throughout the two years of study.
5. How you'll learn
6. What you'll need to bring
7. How you'll be assessed
8. Next steps
Sc in Nursing or Midwifery; BSc (Hons) in Occupational Health; BSc (Hons) in Sport Science. You should always check the entry requirement for degree programmes at specific HE providers. The requirements of the qualification will mean that you will develop transferable skills such as team working and an opportunity to concentrate over an extended period on your research and investigative techniques.
|Name||Newton Abbot College|
Old Exeter Road
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