University of Gloucestershire - BSc (Hons)-Nursing (Adult)

University of Gloucestershire

BSc (Hons)-Nursing (Adult)

Study style

Nursing is an exciting and rewarding passion that requires you to take care of yourself to enable you to care for others – we’ll support you to consider and maintain your well-being and resilience within a ‘culture of care for both you, and the people in your care.

We’ll help you develop the skills and adaptability you need to deliver high-quality patient care in a range of settings, while also promoting the NHS values and vision – ensuring everyone has greater control of their health and wellbeing. Students are required to work a range of shifts during the program (early, late, and night shifts covering the full 24-hour period of care). Shifts are allocated by the placement ward department with as much notice as possible.

Entry Requirements

You must have a minimum of five subjects at GCSE grade 4/C or above, including English and Mathematics, or equivalent.

Career Prospects

Graduates from this course can go on to work in:

  • Nursing
  • Healthcare leadership and management
  • Education
  • Research
  • International nursing

Course Details

Undergraduate year 1

  • All students must complete these modules:

  • Fundamentals of Person-Centered Care in Practice (Adult Nursing) (ND4002).

  • Practice Based Learning 1 - Foundations of Essential Skills (Adult Nursing) (ND4003).

  • Nursing Assessment and Skills Development (Adult Nursing) (ND4005).

  • Practice Based Learning 2 - Applying the Evidence Base in Practice (Adult Nursing) (ND4006).

  • Personal and Professional Development for Health and Wellbeing (All Fields) (ND4901).

  • Foundations of Anatomy and Physiology to Support Nursing Practice (All Fields) (ND4904).

All students must complete these modules:

All students must complete these modules:

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