Course Comparison: BSc(Hons) & MOst

Our MOst and BSc(Hons) Osteopathy degree programmes each meet the standards required of the General Osteopathic Council’s GOPRE and OPS. The table below provides an overview of each course – please be aware that content, method of delivery and assessment may differ to reflect the level and mode of study. For more information and module descriptors please visit the the individual course pages for the MOst and BSc(Hons).

Available in London & Kent
Available in London
Four-years, full-time. Classes run Monday to Friday, between 9.00am and 5.30/6.00pm, with extended evening clinic hours in Years 3 & 4
Four-years, full-time. Classes run two evenings a week and one Saturday a month with additional hours needed for time in the teaching clinic
Recognised by the General Osteopathic Council
1,000 hours of clinical experience
50 new patient interactions
Experienced, specialist lecturers and tutors
Face-to-face practical classes
High quality support and resources: On-campus/live-streamed theory lectures; Tutorials; On-site library facilities; Access to online learning resources and recorded lectures; Support from our Student Welfare team
A broad, holistic degree programme: Anatomy; Physiology; Clinical Diagnosis, Pathology & Pharmacology; Nutrition, Health & Wellbeing; Functional Nutrition; Paediatrics; Psychology; Clinical Methods; MSK Diagnosis; Technique Practice [includes structural and functional approaches]; Professionalism & Clinical Integration; Clinical Practice; Research Methods & Project; Advanced Skills in Practice
Masters level modules (Level 7): Complex Case Management; Leadership; Research Methods & Investigation; Business Skills & Practice Management
Choice of electives: Year 3 - Women’s Health / Care of the Older Adult; Year 4 - Pain Management / Introduction to Osteopathic Sports Care
Option to study across both sites/clinics (London and Kent)