Undergraduate Pathway in Life Sciences

Top 3 Undergraduate Pathways in Life Sciences 2019

Life Sciences

When students lack the necessary English proficiency to be successful in a degree program, they can enroll in an undergraduate pathway. Enrollees take classes related to their future degree as well as courses in reading, writing, speaking and listening.

When studying biological & life sciences, students learn different characteristics of natural science. Depending on the area of focus, students may study the human body, plant biology, or animal science in order to help with real-world problems.

Undergraduate Pathway in Life Sciences

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Undergraduate Pathway in Biomedical Science

University of Portsmouth - International College Portsmouth
Campus Full time 2 semesters Open Enrollment United Kingdom Portsmouth

Foundation and First Year Degree Entry [+]

Foundation and First Year Degree Entry

Start dates: September and January (foundation only)

Duration: Two semesters

Fees: £13,400

Foundation Modules Biology 1 Biology 2 Chemistry 1 Chemistry 2 ICT Skills Interactive Learning Skills and Communication 3 Mathematics for Science and Computing Research Methods, Critical Thinking, and Expression First Year Degree Modules Neuroscience and Pharmacology Cells to Systems Pathological Sciences One Case Discussions in Biomedical Science Graduate Skills and Careers Laboratory Skills About ICP Guaranteed progression to the University of Portsmouth upon successful completion of your course at ICP – 96% progression rates Single visa for the full duration of your studies Over 2,100 students have successfully progressed from ICP to University of Portsmouth since 2009 ... [-]

International Year One in Agricultural Sciences

Washington State University
Campus Full time 1 - 3 semesters August 2019 USA Pullman

International Year One in Agricultural Sciences will prepare you to enter your next semester of a bachelor’s degree program at Washington State University. Upon successful completion of International Year One and meeting university requirements for undergraduate admission, you may enter your next semester of undergraduate study at Washington State University. This transition from an INTO WSU program to a university degree program is called progression. [+]

International Year One in Agricultural Sciences will prepare you to enter your next semester of a bachelor’s degree program at Washington State University. Upon successful completion of International Year One and meeting university requirements for undergraduate admission, you may enter your next semester of undergraduate study at Washington State University. This transition from an INTO WSU program to a university degree program is called progression.

Degree Program Components:

2-Semester:

120-123 credit hour program 28-29 credit hours apply from Pathway 91-95 credit hours remaining toward a degree

1-Semester:

120-123 credit hour program 16-17 credit hours apply from Pathway 103-107 credit hours remaining toward a degree Course features Begin earning credits toward your degree even if you don’t meet the academic and English requirements for direct entry. Receive additional support to move you successfully through your first year at a US university. Graduate in the same amount of time as domestic students. Smaller class sizes allow you to spend more time with your teachers. Develop the knowledge and skills for your degree through your chosen pathway. Key course facts Course length: 1-3 Semesters Start dates: 2019: January, August; 2020: January Fees: From $16,500 Class hours: 12-16 hours per week Class size: 15 Award: This Pathway leads to a variety of undergraduate degrees including Agricultural and Food Business Management, Agricultural and Food Systems, Agricultural Biotechnology, Agricultural Education, Agricultural Technology and Production Management, Agriculture and Food Security, Animal Sciences, Data Analytics, Field Crop Management, Food Science, Fruit and Vegetable Management, Integrated Plant Sciences, Landscape,... [-]

International Year One in Agricultural Sciences

Colorado State University
Campus Full time 1 - 3 semesters May 2019 USA Fort Collins

International Year One in Agricultural Sciences will prepare you to enter your next semester of a bachelor’s degree program at Colorado State University. Upon successful completion of International Year One and meeting university requirements for undergraduate admission, you may enter your next semester of undergraduate study at Colorado State University. This transition from an INTO International Year One program to a university degree program is called progression. [+]

International Year One in Agricultural Sciences will prepare you to enter your next semester of a bachelor’s degree program at Colorado State University.

Upon successful completion of International Year One and meeting university requirements for undergraduate admission, you may enter your next semester of undergraduate study at Colorado State University. This transition from an INTO International Year One program to a university degree program is called progression.

Degree Program Components

2-Semester:

120 credit hour program 25-32 credit hours apply from Pathway 88-95 credits remaining toward a degree

1-Semester:

120 credit hour program 13-16 credit hours apply from Pathway 104-107 credits remaining toward a degree Course features Begin earning credits toward your degree even if you don’t meet the academic and English requirements for direct entry. Receive additional support to move you successfully through your first year at a US university. Graduate in the same amount of time as domestic students. Smaller class sizes allow you to spend more time with your teachers. Develop the knowledge and skills for your degree through your chosen pathway. Key course facts Course length: 1-3 Semesters Start dates: 2019: January, May, August; 2020: January, May Fees: From $18,510 Class hours: 12-16 hours per week Class size: 14 Award: The Agricultural Sciences Undergraduate Pathway program leads to the following undergraduate degrees at Colorado State University: Agricultural Business, Agricultural Education, Animal Science, Environmental Horticulture, Equine Science, Horticulture, or Soil and crop sciences. Course options: 1-Semester Pathway 2-Semester Pathway 3-Semester Pathway Entry requirements Academic requirements: High school diploma;... [-]