Online Bachelor Degree in Medicine

Best Online Bachelor Degrees in Medicine 2017


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Degree in Medicine 6 Years

The Department of European Studies “Jean Monnet“
Online & Campus Combined Full time 6 years December 2017 Switzerland Locarno

Title acquired upon completion of the study: Upon completion of study, one acquires the academic title of Doctor of Medicine. The main task of the study program is to train students, future physicians, to practice independently in the primary health care system. The study also provides a basis for further, scientifically oriented education at postgraduate doctoral studies. The subject matter from various scientific disciplines that students must adopt in the course of the study program is grouped into five groups of courses: general education, basic medical, preclinical, clinical and public health courses. The distribution of course subjects over the semesters allows optimal acquiring of the prescribed knowledge and skills (according to the Catalogue of Knowledge and Skills, adopted by all medical faculties in the Republic of Croatia), and supported by adapted teaching forms (lectures, seminars, practical classes, demonstrations, work at clinical departments, field practice and other). Students learn to solve specific problems by applying knowledge from different fields at the same time. [+]

Top Online Bachelors in Medicine. Duration of the study:6 years, i.e. 12 semesters Credits: 360 ECTS N. 120 of students for the first year of studies Competencies students acquire upon completion of the study A doctor of medicine must possess the knowledge and understanding of: - Anatomy and function of the human body, - Human psyche, - Disease prevention, diagnostics, treatment and rehabilitation, - Social and environmental aspects of health and illness, - Principles of ethics in medical theory and practice. A doctor of medicine must possess the following skills: - Taking a relevant medical history from the patient and documenting his/her status, - Performing a differential diagnostic analysis based on medical history and examination of the patient, - Performing specific procedures, - Assessing emergency conditions and treatment of such conditions, - Planning of appropriate therapy for common medical conditions. A detailed inventory of specific knowledge and skills, as well as the level of competency for performance of certain skills are given for every course and harmonized on national level. Upon completion of the Study of Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine, the graduates acquire the following, specially emphasized, general competencies: - They have a broad base of theoretical knowledge and practical skills, qualifying them for any type of postgraduate education and collaboration with other specialists in the healthcare sector, - They have received scientific education which enables scientific reasoning, - They have developed attitudes in medical ethics, - They are well-prepared for further developments and advances in medicine, - They have acquired a systematic way of reasoning and a structured approach to medical problems in the course of their education, - They meet the legal requirements for practicing the medical profession and for further education, and are ready to take on the responsibility related to medical profession, - They possess the knowledge on appropriate diagnostic algorithms, - They are capable of making appropriate decisions regarding therapy, - They are familiar with the structure, organization and financing of the health care system, - They are familiar with the process of conducting scientific research, - They are able to act in accordance with rational scientific concepts and principles, - They are familiar with scientific and theoretical concepts of biomedicine, - They have an impartial attitude to new research processes in medicine, - They are prepared to dedicate themselves to the medical profession and accept the responsibility for physical, psycho-mental and social well-being of their patients, - They treat patients with respect, regardless of the patients' gender, age, race, social and economic status, education, culture, religion or beliefs, - They respect the patients' rights to fully participate in the decision-making process regarding their treatment, including the patients' right to reject treatment or participation in teaching or research, - They are able to express themselves and communicate in a manner which is understandable and acceptable to the patient, - They demonstrate empathy with their patients in their psycho-social environment, - They are ready to accept responsibility and make appropriate medical decisions, - They have sufficient knowledge of health improvement and disease prevention and they demonstrate readiness to promote such attitudes in the medical profession, - They have clearly formed attitudes and recognize their own limitations in accordance with their previous education and experience, - They readily collaborate with other health care professionals, - They are able to work successfully within a team and possess appropriate managing skills, - They are committed to life-long learning and improvement in order to maintain the highest level of professional competence, Admission requirements - High school graduation - Basic knowledge of English - Overcoming the admission test - Payment of the amount planned for the first year of the integrated degree. [-]

Individual Bachelor Courses

Indian Board of Alternative Medicines
Online Part time 2 years Open Enrollment India Kolkata

Systems of Medicines, Acupressure and Magnet Therapy, Acupuncture, Aromatherapy [+]

Systems of Medicines Acupressure and Magnet Therapy Acupuncture Aromatherapy Aura Healing Bach Flower Remedies Beauty Therapy Counselling and Psychotherapy Chinese (Traditional) Medicine Chiropractic Cupping Therapy Dental Alternative Science Diet and Nutrition Electro Homeopathy Feng Shui Gem-Tele-Chromo Therapy Herbal Medicines Holistic Health and Nutrition Hypnotherapy Hydrotherapy Indo Allopathy Iridology Kinesiology Massage Therapy Medical Astrology Meditation Naturopathy Naturopathy and Yoga Pranic Healing Pyramid Healing Radiesthesia and Radionics Reflexology Reiki Sound and Music Therapy Spiritual Healing Tibetan Medicines Yoga Therapy ELIGIBILITY / PRE-REQUISITE: For all the courses mentioned above are Twelfth Grade / Intermediate / Standard XIIth / A level / IB Diploma or Equivalent. EXAMINATION: One set of final examinations will be conducted at the end of the course. Examinations can be taken either in the center in Kolkata, India or by postal / online mode from outside Kolkata from the student’s residence. Students should intimate their choice of examination at the time of enrollment. Different sets of papers are set based on the mode of examination being conducted by the Board (Kolkata Center / Online / Postal) and students are provided with Model Test papers of last few years for assistance in preparation based on the examination mode notified. [-]

Bachelor of Medical Science (with specialisations)

Charles Sturt University
Campus or Online Full time Part time 3 - 6 years January 2017 Australia Wagga Wagga + 1 more

An internationally recognised and accredited course with a proud history extending more than 20 years, CSU's Bachelor of Medical Science is the ideal choice to launch your career as a medical scientist. On graduation, you’ll be well positioned to choose from abundant employment opportunities in the healthcare industry in Australia and overseas. [+]

Top Online Bachelors in Medicine. Have you ever had a blood test ordered by a doctor? Has any family member ever had a blood transfusion? Do you know anybody who suffers from respiratory, cardiovascular or nervous system disorders? Do you ever require medication? If so, the skills, specialist knowledge and expertise of a medical scientist have played a role in your life and the lives of those around you. An internationally recognised and accredited course with a proud history extending more than 20 years, CSU's Bachelor of Medical Science is the ideal choice to launch your career as a medical scientist. On graduation, you’ll be well positioned to choose from abundant employment opportunities in the healthcare industry in Australia and overseas. Why study this course? Four reasons to study with CSU: interested in medical science but unsure which path to take? CSU’s course is highly flexible, allowing you to ‘test the water’ in a variety of disciplines. You can then either specialise in Pathology, Biotechnology or Clinical Physiology, or become a highly adaptable generalist with a wide range of skills applicable across different specialisations gain a broad foundation in medical science as preparation for entry into postgraduate study or research programs, or transfer to a pharmacy, biotechnology or other university degree, subject to eligibility requirements this course is delivered with flexibility in mind. Choose between full-time, part-time and online study options to match your work and lifestyle commitments on campus applicants may be eligible to apply for a Science Scholarship, valued at $4,000 per year. Medical scientists with training in pathology form the vital link in the chain of medical services through their work in hospital laboratories, private pathology laboratories and universities. They conduct laboratory analysis on blood, body fluids and tissues to provide essential scientific information for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease. Working in clinical measurement laboratories, medical scientists form another vital link in the chain of medical services by assessing the physiological functioning of the cardiovascular, nervous and respiratory systems. Results of these clinical measurements are used in the accurate diagnosis and management of diseases such as atherosclerosis, epilepsy and asthma. Medical scientists are an integral component of the total healthcare team in hospitals, liaising with other health professionals and patients. They also form the key elements of research teams examining the efficacy of new treatments or developing new medicines and healthcare products. What will I learn? All students complete a common first year program, which includes units in chemistry, anatomy and physiology, statistics and microbiology. At the start of the second year, students can then elect to move into a specialisation and take subjects relevant to their areas of interest. Specialisations are available in Pathology, Biotechnology and Clinical Physiology. There is also potential for movement between specialisations within the course. Alternatively, students can elect to remain in the generic course and take a mix of subjects to suit their individual interests, with the option of gaining a broad knowledge in medical science. This will be especially attractive to those seeking a flexible undergraduate science degree that provides a broad background as an option for entry into research programs. Academic advisers will be available at all times to provide guidance on subject choices. There is also the potential for transfer from the Bachelor of Medical Science into other courses, such as the Bachelor of Pharmacy, during the course (based on grade point average (GPA)). Articulation agreements Although no official approved articulation agreements exist, there are credit packages available to recognise prior learning. Career opportunities This broad-based course offers you diverse career options in the healthcare industry and gives you the flexibility to choose an area of specialisation. Pathology specialisation Employment opportunities are found in the following areas of medical science: anatomy biochemistry biotechnology blood bank cell biology cytogenetics genetics haematology histology immunology immunohaematology microbiology. Potential employment also exists in medical research in hospitals, medical research institutions and IVF clinics. This specialisation has accreditation from the Australian Institute of Medical Scientists (AIMS). Biotechnology specialisation Graduates of the Biotechnology specialisation will be prepared for roles in: biotechnology and pharmaceutical research forensic DNA analysis plant biotechnology employment as a patent attorney. The course has an emphasis on producing graduates with a range of skills and knowledge in biotechnology and the way in which biotechnology is used in agriculture, food production, bioinformatics, genetic engineering and medicine. Clinical Physiology specialisation This area of study will qualify you for entry into clinical measurement laboratories involved in the assessment of physiological functioning of the nervous, cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Clinical measurement involves the performance of physiological tests to diagnose and ‘fine-tune’ the therapeutic management of already established disease. Careers in clinical research are also available in hospital and university research teams. These often focus on the development of new measurement techniques and a better understanding of the processes of specific diseases. There is an emphasis on cardiorespiratory and nervous system anatomy and physiology, fundamental physiological testing techniques such as electroencephalography (EEG), electrocardiography (ECG) and spirometry, as well as more advanced testing modalities for each of these three vital body systems. This specialisation will qualify you to become involved in critical areas of Australian public health. Generic course By choosing subjects from a range of discipline areas, you have the option of gaining a broad knowledge in medical science. This will be especially attractive to those seeking a flexible undergraduate science program that provides a broad background as an option for entry into postgraduate study or research, or as preparation for entry to graduate entry health and medicine courses. Alternatively, you may use your knowledge of medical science to enter a rewarding career in public health or health administration in the public or private sector. Admission information Indicative ATAR 70.00 Whilst there are no HSC subjects specified as a prerequisite for admission, school leavers are advised to include 2 unit Mathematics and 2 unit Chemistry in their HSC studies or recognised equivalent. Successful applicants who believe they do not have an appropriate high school chemistry background are strongly recommended to undertake the chemistry subject offered in the University's Studylink supplementary program prior to commencing study in the course. Students entering the course mid-year may not be able to complete full-time study in their first session of enrolment. International students will only be able to commence on campus mid-year where their prior study is sufficient to gain credit for Session 1 subjects. [-]