This course gives you a sound academic basis for progression onto a degree course in biomedical sciences at university. You’ll cover a wide range of subjects, as well as developing your practical skills in the lab.
DNA technology; key aspects of microbiology; immunological techniques; protein structure and function; biomedical pathology; human metabolism; biomedical investigations; cellular signalling common laboratory techniques.
HNC Applied Sciences (with a minimum of 15 credits). Interview.
Degree course in a subject such as Applied Biomedical Science or Forensic Investigation.