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BSc (Hons) Professional Practice in Health and Social Care (Nutritional Health)

BCNH - UK College of Nutrition & Health

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Upon successful completion of Level 1, 2 & 3 BCNH Pre-Degree Diploma courses (without clinical practice), students may apply to register as Associate Students of the University of Greenwich to study individual courses relevant to the BSc Hons Professional Practice in Health and Social Care (Nutritional Health) programme. Students will transfer relevant credits gained from their studies as Associate Students, into the programme. The degree course is run by the University of Greenwich (UG). The course can be completed over 1 - 2 years. About the BSc Programme As of the academic year 2010-2011, all students will be enrolled initially as Diploma students and will study predominantly at BCNH for the first three years (still completing one module with UG each academic year as an Associate Student). Upon successful completion of Level 1, 2, & 3 courses, students will receive a BCNH Pre-Degree Diploma in Nutritional Therapy (without Clinical Practice) and will have obtained 240 credits (195 credits from BCNH and 45 credits from UG) of the 360 credits needed for a degree. All BCNH courses are degree level and externally regulated by University of Geenwich. Those students wishing to obtain BSc (Hons) awarded by University of Greenwich will need to complete the additional 120 credits with UG within 6 years of enrolling with BCNH. For the majority of students, this will commence during BCNH Year 4 and will be spread over 2 years. For individual students who do find they have additional time during Levels 1 - 3, there is the option of negotiating with UG to obtain further credits during these years, as an Associate Student. As a result, it is possible to obtain the BSc from UG within 4 - 6 years (part-time). University of Greenwich Top-up Courses Year 1 - Level 4 = 45 credits Introduction to Concepts of Health RESE 1214 (15 credits) Understanding Quantitative Data I STAT 1023 (15 credits) Introduct. to Complement. Therapies OMED1215 (15 credits) Year 2 - Level 5 = 30 credits Stress Management OMED 1211 (15 credits) Introduction to the Research Process RESE 1051 (15 credits) Year 3 - Level 6 = 45 credits Influences of Mind Body Medicine OMED 1213 (15 credits) Project OMED 1219 (30 credits) Life after the qualification Our graduates have pursued their careers in various areas: working in a multidisciplinary clinics, teaching, lecturing, running workshops, delivering public seminars, working in GP?s surgeries, running courses for local councils, planning menus for school meals, writing articles for magazines, etc. Withdrawal from the course Any student who wishes to withdraw from the course must inform the college in writing, a minimum of THREE MONTHS in advance. Failure to do so will result in a cancellation Fee. Equal Opportunities BCNH is firmly committed to pursuing equal opportunities for all. We have an equal opportunities Policy and Code of Practice and in accordance with this policy, students can expect access to all student services and equal treatment, which does not discriminate on the grounds of sex, race, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, age or disability.

Upon successful completion of Level 1, 2 & 3 BCNH Pre-Degree Diploma courses (without clinical practice), students may apply to register as Associate Students of the University of Greenwich to study individual courses relevant to the BSc Hons Professional Practice in Health and Social Care (Nutritional Health) programme. Students will transfer relevant credits gained from their studies as...

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