The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, South Bridge
Anatomical Sciences (Online Distance Learning), PgDip, PgCert, PgPro
- Anatomical Sciences (Online Distance Learning), PgDip, PgCert, PgPro
- Average part-time
- Duration : 1 year
This Anatomical Sciences (Online Distance Learning) postgraduate certificate and diploma at The University of Edinburgh is a unique opportunity for students who want to explore aspects of human anatomy through the flexibility of an online distance learning programme.
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All courses making up the programme use innovative teaching methods to provide students with key transferable skills in addition to a solid foundation of anatomical knowledge. This Anatomical Sciences (Online Distance Learning) postgraduate certificate and diploma at The University of Edinburgh is delivered entirely online and consequently relies on the use of IT, for example through the use of email, audio visual material, discussion forums and various other interactive resources. Visit the programme website for more information This is a postgraduate qualification for medical, biomedical, allied health professionals and those in holistic practice with an interest in human anatomy. The programme draws upon the highly regarded teaching and research staff within the University. Our aim is to provide quality course materials to be delivered from our virtual learning environment. Interactive software is being specifically developed for use in this programme. alongside the licensed software currently in use for the on campus masters programme in Human Anatomy and our medical degree course. The programme is designed to introduce and develop student knowledge in the anatomical sciences; in addition it is aimed at renewing and strengthening communication and IT knowledge and skills. Our online learning system lets you work entirely from your own home location. This will enhance your learning experience and working knowledge while rewarding you with a highly regarded qualification. Online learning Our online learning technology is fully interactive, award-winning and enables you to communicate with our highly qualified teaching staff from your own home or working environment. Our online students not only have access to the University's excellent resources, but also become part of a supportive online community, bringing together students and tutors from around the world. Career opportunities This programme has been designed not only to help you gain a highly regarded qualification but also to provide you with a set of major transferable skills, which will be relevant to your current career, further study or simply increase your long-term career prospects.
Programme Structure Year 1: Certificate Courses include: Fundamental Human Anatomy 1 - including the upper and lower limbs, back and pelvis. Fundamental Human Anatomy 2 - including thorax, abdomen, head and neck. Embryology - human development. Neuroanatomy - nervous system Year 2: Diploma You will extend your anatomical knowledge with courses in: Advanced Human Anatomy 1 - more detailed study of anatomy previously examined incorporating anatomical principles. Advanced Human Anatomy 2 Histology - microscopic anatomy. Imaging - modalities that are relevant to anatomical sciences. The modules consist of the following structure. A recorded lecture to introduce the topic Interactive content (video/animated/narrative) A set of resource links to course reading library and research. A discussion board facilitated by a tutor. A set of multiple choice questions (MCQs) which students can take at the end of each week - these are formative and do not contribute to the final mark.
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