More about BSc Medical and Health Sciences degree programme

Photograph montage This innovative and exciting new cross-College BSc degree programme in Medical and Health Sciences (CK707) was conceived and developed by a team led by Professor Aideen Sullivan, Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience. With its first student intake in 2018, the course has attracted students with a keen interest in the biosciences and in medicine and health. It provides students with an in-depth scientific knowledge of the medical and health sciences, state-of-the-art research methods, and an insight into how research impacts human health and medicine.

Speaking about the success of the BSc Medical and Health Sciences, Professor Aideen Sullivan, Academic Director, explains that the innovative programme was designed to have a strong focus on research and is very successfully taught by research-active academics in a wide range of disciplines spanning the biological and medical sciences. Feedback from students has been very positive; they have enjoyed receiving up-to-date current knowledge in the fields of biomedical, clinical, and public health sciences, while also being encouraged to foster their own analytical study skills and critical thinking.

Professor Sullivan congratulates the class of 2022 as they begin careers in the medical, pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors, and embark on their journeys to develop and implement innovative healthcare of the future.


Link to UCC Admissions office page: MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES



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