King’s College London
The Anatomy, Developmental & Human Biology Intercalated BSc offers students already on medical degree courses the opportunity to achieve an additional specialist degree in just one year. The course will help you to develop critical scientific research skills, and gain knowledge of a diverse range of anatomy-related fields. These include developmental biology, cell/cycle regulations, neural mechanisms, psychology and behavioural science, which reflect the teaching strengths of the department.
The Anatomy, Developmental & Human Biology Intercalated BSc course will provide you with a great deal of flexibility and freedom to choose modules that reflect your interests, under guidance from our staff to ensure that your choices form a coherent programme of study.
The course offers a wide choice of taught units, including advanced human anatomy, biology of cancer, developmental neurobiology and psychology/behavioural science. You are also required to complete a compulsory research project, either library-based or experimental, based on topics that reflect the research strengths and interests of the department. This requirement means that you will acquire valuable research skills, as well as opportunities to develop specialist knowledge in general anatomy and related fields which will be of benefit in any medical career.
Find out more information on our Intercalated BSc pages.
External students must have first time passes for years 1 and 2 and all SSCs.