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BSc (Hons)
Health Care Practice (Accident & Emergency Care)

Qualification: BSc (Hons)

Study mode: Part-time

Location: Uxbridge

Duration: Two years

Start date: September


Year One

  • Optimising Clinical Services
  • Cardiac Care
  • Acute Respiratory Care
  • Accident and Emergency Care
  • Medical & Surgical Interventions for Patients with Neurological Disorders
  • Principles and Practices of Orthopaedic Care
  • Stroke Management And Care
  • Pathophysiology and Assessment of Illness & Injury
  • Developing Clinical Practice
  • Introduction to Critical Care
  • Recognising the Deteriorating Patient
  • End of Life Care and Symptom Management
  • Principles and Practice of Infection Prevention and Control
  • Trauma Care
  • Dementia Management
  • Haemato-Oncology
  • Evidence Based Practice Project
  • Legal Ethical and Professional Aspects in Health Care
  • Counselling
  • Independent Learning 1
  • Independent Learning 2
  • Professional Development in Leg Ulcer Management
  • Wound Care Management (Tissue Viability)
  • Enhancing Patient Centred Care of Older People
  • Diabetes Management
  • Dissertation
  • Learning Through Reflection
  • Leadership and Management in Practice
  • Wound Care Management
  • Recognising the Deteriorating Patient
  • Dissertation
  • Cancer Care
  • Diabetes Management
  • Introduction to Critical Care
  • Physical Assessment of the Adult
  • Learning from Practice

Year Two

  • Optimising Clinical Services
  • Cardiac Care
  • Acute Respiratory Care
  • Accident and Emergency Care
  • Medical & Surgical Interventions for Patients with Neurological Disorders
  • Principles and Practices of Orthopaedic Care
  • Stroke Management And Care
  • Pathophysiology and Assessment of Illness & Injury
  • Developing Clinical Practice
  • Introduction to Critical Care
  • Recognising the Deteriorating Patient
  • Evidence Based Practice Project
  • Legal Ethical and Professional Aspects in Health Care
  • Counselling
  • Independent Learning 1
  • Independent Learning 2
  • Professional Development in Leg Ulcer Management
  • Wound Care Management (Tissue Viability)
  • Enhancing Patient Centred Care of Older People
  • Learning from Practice

What are the entry requirements?

A typical offer will include GCSE Maths and English at grade C or above and a UCAS Tariff score of 200-240. A minimum of two full A-levels (or equivalent) is required. Every application is considered on an individual basis.

For further details of our international English entry requirements, please visit our international pages.

How much does it cost?

Fees for September 2017 to August 2018 entry

Full-time Home and EU: £9,250 per year
Full-time International: £10,500 per year

Most courses will involve some additional costs that are not covered by your fees.

You could benefit from financial support through a bursary or scholarship during your time as a student. For more details, visit our financial support, bursaries and scholarships section.

Further information
Find out more about our fees and funding.
Find out more about our fees for international students.

Questions about fees?
Contact our Student Centre on:
01494 603 020
student.centre@bucks.ac.uk

Fees quoted are for the next intake and are subject to change. Fee costs for subsequent years are subject to rise with inflation or course delivery costs.

How do I apply?

For application details please visit bucks.ac.uk/applynow.