Rehabilitation Science 

(2018 Entry)

BSc (Hons)

At Keele you’ll investigate the many factors that influence rehabilitation management and its success as well as explore subjects including anatomy, physiology, human movement, exercise and interpersonal skills.

Single Honours
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3 years

UCAS code: B900

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Course Overview

You’ll learn about the varied forms of disability and their impact upon physiological functioning, from the individual to national and global perspectives as well as the management of frequently encountered global conditions.

What will this mean for my future?

Keele enjoys high rates of graduate employment, where in 2016, were recognised nationally as 1st for employability in the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey. You will have the attributes to develop a career within health and wellbeing in the public or private sector, charity sector, leisure industry, education and business. You will also graduate with qualifications to undertake a variety of postgraduate courses and graduate training programmes.

Indicative modules

First year

  • Anatomy, Physiology and Movement Science
  • Principles of Rehabilitation
  • Professional and Effective Communication
  • Principles of Measurement
  • Elective Modules 1 and 2

Second year

  • Health and Well-being Rehabilitation Science 2
  • Behaviour Change Rehabilitation Science
  • Evidence Based Health and Rehabilitation
  • Research Skills
  • Health and the Environment
  • Exercise Science for Specialist Populations

Third year

  • Research Project
  • Health and Well-being 3 Rehabilitation Science
  • Global Healthcare Matters
  • Organisation and Management in a Rehabilitation Setting