You will encounter a variety of teaching and learning methods, including:
- Practical classes
- A research project, likely to be a laboratory-based project where you will collect and analyse your own data
- Some modules will include group work
- The core employability module will use visiting lecturers from industry to illustrate the potential employment avenues for graduates of this course.
Assessment will vary depending upon the module and will include both examinations and continuous assessment through coursework.
In addition to the particular knowledge and skills that you will gain on these courses, you will also develop transferable skills such as presenting, team working, report writing, critical analysis and negotiating.
The exceptional quality of research in the School of Life and Health Sciences (LHS) has been confirmed in the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) results – with research in Allied Health Professions and Studies ranked 5th out of 97 UK higher education institutions. 94% of our research was rated as being internationally excellent or world leading.
Course Director: Dr Eric Hill
Key members of teaching staff: