BSc (Hons) in Health Care Studies (Nursing)
BSc (Hons) in Health Care Studies (Nursing) (Reg. no. 250878)
This top-up degree is designed for students already working in health care sector. It allows you to build your qualifications up to a full university degree with Honours. Your workplace is important for learning and development. So, we encourage you to link you studies to your professional practice through discussion and work-based learning. A university degree can also be a gateway to postgraduate study which is prized in many health and social care organisations.
3 – 6 days
Intensive school (1-2 modules)
Comprehensive learning support materials are provided
Conducted by the teaching team of Oxford Brookes University
Full support is given
- Modules are presented over interlocking learning cycles. Students take one to two modules at a time.
- The programme is flexibly designed to avoid the conflict with students’ working schedules. Students can attend either the morning (8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.) or the evening (6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.) session on each seminar day.
The aim of this module is to support students through the initial stages of their studies, based on an acknowledgement that some students find it challenging to balance work, home life. Students may also need additional support to meet level 6 academic standards. This module aims to help students develop confidence in being able to access, manage, critically analyse, synthesise and apply the huge amount of information that now exists within health and social care domain within their studies.
It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which this course may lead
Module offering is subject to change.