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Study Pathways

A Natural Sciences degree gives you a unique opportunity to mix scientific subjects to form your own hand-picked degree. If you are interested in more than one science subject or are interested in where traditional disciplines overlap, Natural Sciences is the choice for you.

The Pathways are divided into general subject areas. Each of the 10 subject areas can have a number of Pathways. Click on each for a list of the Modules studied under each Pathway.

Biology

Accordion

  • Biology

    You will study organisms and the environment, and how human activities can change them. Biological mechanisms relate to the environmental challenges of the 21st century. These include environmental pollution, sustainability and conservation.

    Please note: some field courses will incur additional costs and are subject to availability

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Aquatic Ecology Environmental Physiology Animal Behaviour
    Evolutionary Biology Evolution Global Change Biology: Challenges and Solutions
    Global Change Biology    
    Marine and Estuarine Biology    
    Zoology    
    Optional modules

    Biodiversity and Conservation

    Data Collection and Analysis Coral Reef Ecology
     *Field Course in the Eden Project, Cornwall Field Biology Dissertation
     *Field Course in the Spanish-Doñana Introduction to Eco-Innovation Dissertation with Work Placement
     (One of these modules can be taken in place of either Aquatic Ecology or Marine and Estuarine Biology) Populations to Ecosystems Environmental Plant Biology
      Research Design and Delivery *Field Course in Kenya - Tropical Biology and Conservation
      Vertebrate Biology *Field Course in the Scottish Highlands
        Host-Parasite Interactions
        Issues in Conservation Biology
        Sustainable Agriculture
  • Biochemistry, Cell Biology and Genetics

    Biochemistry examines the structure and relationship of cells to the metabolism. You will learn the physical processes underlying cellular functions. Cell biology covers the interactions within and between cells which allow them to function. You will also investigate Genetics, examining the mechanisms of heredity. 

    Please note: this pathway requires a Chemistry A level

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Biotechnology    
    Cell Structure and Function    
    Genetics    
    Molecules of Life    
    Protein Biochemistry    
    Optional modules
      Biochemical Techniques Biology of Ageing
      Biochemistry Cancer
      Bioinformatics Cell Cycle and Stem Cells
      Cell Biology Cell Signalling 
      Cell Biology Techniques Cell Signalling, Transport and Disease
      DNA Technology Genetics
      Genetics Medical Genetics
        Proteins: Structure, Function and Evolution
  • Ecology and Conservation

    You will receive a thorough grounding in ecological theory. Interactions between organisms, the environment and humanity are often complex. This Pathway has a strong emphasis on fieldwork, designed to encourage you to develop practical skills. 

    *Please note: some field courses will incur additional costs and are subject to availability

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Aquatic Ecology Populations to Ecosystems Coral Reef Ecology
    Biodiversity and Conservation  Principles of Biodiversity Conservation Issues in Conservation Biology
    Evolutionary Biology    
    Global Change Biology    
    Zoology    
    Optional modules

    *Field Course in the Eden Project, Cornwall

    Data Collection and Analysis Animal Behaviour
     *Field Course in the Spanish-Doñana Environmental Physiology Dissertation
     (One of these modules can be taken in place of either Biodiversity and Conservation or Evolutionary Biology) Evolution Dissertation with Work Placement
      Field Biology Environmental Plant Biology
      Introduction to Eco-innovation *Field Course in Kenya - Tropical Biology and Conservation
      Research Design and Delivery *Field Course in the Scottish Highlands
        Global Change Biology: Challenges and Solutions
        Host-Parasite Interactions
        Sustainable Agriculture
  • Microbiology and Biomedicine

    This pathway contains a balanced mixture of biochemistry, microbiology and physiology. You will study the relevance of microbiology to human affairs and whether the connection is direct or indirect. Some modules deal with one group of microbes, others examine relationships between different groups of microbes. 

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Anatomy and Tissue Structure    
    Hormones and Development    
    Human Physiology    
    Impact of Microbes    
    Infection and Immunity    
    Optional modules
      Cell Biology Biology of Ageing
      Cell Biology Techniques Cancer
      Genetics Cell Cycle and Stem Cells
      Medical Microbiology Cell Signalling 
      Microbiological Techniques Cell Signalling, Transport and Disease
        Clinical Immunology
        Environmental Pathogens
        Molecular Parasitology
        Tropical Diseases

Chemistry

Accordion

  • Chemical Measurement and Analysis

    You will study the theory and practices of physical, analytical, and computational chemistry. You will learn the measurement, rationalisation, and prediction of the chemical and physical properties of individual molecules and bulk materials. This will prepare you for potential research projects in your final year. 

    Please note: this pathway requires a Chemistry A level

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Atoms and Molecules Electrochemistry  
    Chemical Reaction Kinetics Quantum Chemistry, Symmetry and Group Theory  
    Physical Foundations of Chemistry The Physical Principles of Spectroscopy  
    Spectroscopy and Analytical Chemistry Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics  
    Thermodynamics of Chemical Processes    
    Optional modules
      Molecular Structure Determination Advanced Kinetics, Reaction Dynamics, and Surfaces
      Solids, Soft Matter and Surfaces Advanced Spectroscopy: Theory and Applications
        Advanced Techniques for Analytical Separations
        Biological Chemistry and Chemical Biology
        Chemistry Practical Research Skills
        Computational Chemistry
        Computational Electronic Structure Theory
        Research Project (BSc only)
  • Chemical Synthesis and Structure

    Chemical synthesis concerns the creation of new molecules. You will begin to understand molecular reactivity and mechanism. You will learn techniques to design and synthesise molecules, and how we measure their properties. This pathway will develop your knowledge and skills, and prepare you for research projects in your final year. 

    Please note: this pathway requires a Chemistry A level

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Atoms and Molecules Alkene and Aromatic Chemistry  
    Chemistry of the Elements Inorganic Chemistry   
    Coordination Chemistry Organometallics Catalysis and Mechanism  
    Organic Reactivity and Mechanism Strategies for Chemical Synthesis  
    Organic Structure    
    Optional modules 
      Molecular Structure Determination Advanced Chemistry Practical
      Principles of Spectroscopy for Biological Sciences Advanced Chemistry Practical Research Skills
      Solids, Soft Matter and Surfaces Advanced Kinetics, Reaction Dynamics, and Surfaces
    R   Advanced Synthetic Chemistry
        Biological Chemistry and Chemical Biology
        Further Inorganic Chemistry: f-block and Metals in Biology
        Investigating Mechanism in Sustainable Polymer Chemistry
        Investigation of Chemical Mechanisms and Experimental Design
        Research Project (BSc only)
        The Chemistry of Biomedical Imaging
  • Environmental Chemistry

    Environmental chemistry investigates the chemistry of the aqueous, atmospheric and terrestrial environments. You will study chemistry whilst learning the techniques of environmental method analysis. This will introduce you to environmental planning and assessment.

    Double Weighted Pathway: Due to the complexity of this subject and the background knowledge it requires in later years, this pathway is double weighted. As such you can only take one other pathway with this option. 

    Please note: this pathway requires a Chemistry A level and Mathematics A level

    *Some field trips will incur additional costs and are subject to availability

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Atmosphere, Weather and Climate Aquatic Biogeochemistry  
    Atoms and Molecules Atmospheric Science  
    Biogeochemical Cycles Electrochemistry  
    Chemical Reaction Kinetics Thermodynamics and Statistical Medicines  
    Earth's Interior    
    Geology    
    Hydrology: Water in the Environment    
    Physical Foundations of Chemistry    
    Spectroscopy and Analytical Chemistry    
    Thermodynamics of Chemical Processes    
    Optional modules
    Subject to A level portfolio and previous grades, you may only be able to study some of the modules above and/or be required to replace one of the above modules with one of the following: Catchment Hydrology Advanced Chemistry Practical Research
     Numerical Skills I Data Collection and Analysis Advanced Kinetics, Reaction Dynamics, and Surfaces
     Numerical Skills II *Field Course in the Lake District - Environmental Advanced Spectroscopy
      Molecular Structure Determination Advanced Techniques for Analytical Separations
      Quantum Chemistry, Symmetry and Group Theory Biological Chemistry and Chemical Biology
      Soil Science Climate and Society
      Solids, Soft Matter and Surfaces Computational Chemistry
      The Physical Principles of Spectroscopy Dissertation
        Global Change and the Earth System
        Research Project (BSc only)
        The Causes and Consequences of Environmental Radioactivity

Computing and Communications

Accordion

  • Computing and Communications

    This Pathway explores the theory and practice of innovative and experimental computing, allowing you to develop well-rounded professional and technical skills. Areas covered include programming and software development, the theory of computation, human-computer interaction, digital media and its applications.

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Software Development    
    Optional modules
    Digital Systems Advanced Programming Artificial Intelligence
    Fundamentals of Computer Science Computer Networks Computer Science Seminars
    Information Systems Computer Science Group Project Distributed Systems
      Human-Computer Interaction Internet Applications Engineering
      Operating Systems Languages and Compilation
      Software Design Media Coding and Processing
        Security and Risk

Engineering

Accordion

  • Chemical Engineering

    Chemical Engineering influences numerous areas of technology. These pathways will help you to develop the skills needed to conceive and design processes for the production, transformation and transportation of materials. 

    Double Weighted Pathway: Due to the complexity of this subject and the background knowledge it requires in later years, this pathway is double weighted. As such you can only take one other pathway with this option.

    Please note: this pathway requires a Chemistry A level and a Mathematics A level.

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules

    Design, Innovation and 3D Thinking 

    Chemical Engineering Laboratory Projects I   

    Engineering Mathematics I-IV 

    Fluid Mechanics and Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics  

    Fundamentals of Chemistry for Engineers 

    Particle Technology and Separation   

    Heat Transfer 

       

    Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics 

       

    Manufacturing Fundamentals 

       

    Mechanics of Material 

       

    Process Engineering Fundamentals

       
    Optional modules
     Electrical and Electronics Fundamentals  Business Development Project Advanced Process Transfers
     Fundamentals of Digital Electronics  Engineering Analysis Catalytic and Bio-reaction Engineering
     Fundamentals of Electronic Instrumentation  Mass Transfer Chemical Engineering Design and Process Safety
     Programming Fundamentals Reactors and Equipment Computer Applications in Process Engineering
        Energy Conversion
  • Electronic Engineering

    You will develop a sound foundation of the subject that is crucial to the design and manufacture of future systems. You will have the opportunity to specialise in areas including wireless communications, silicon chip design, nanotechnology, green technologies and power generation. 

    Double Weighted Pathway: Due to the complexity of this subject and the background knowledge it requires in later years, this pathway is double weighted. As such you can only take one other pathway with this option. 

    Please note: this pathway requires a Physics A level and a Mathematics A level.

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Electrical and Electronic Fundamentals Digital Electronics  
    Engineering Mathematics I-IV Electromagnetics and RF Engineering  
    Fundamentals of Digital Electronics    
         
    Fundamentals of Chemistry for Engineers    
    Fundamentals of Electronic Instrumentation    
    Programming Fundamentals    
    Optional modules
    Design, Innovation and 3D Thinking 

    Business Development Project 

    Analogue Electronics
    Fundamentals of Chemistry for Engineers 

    Electrical Circuits and Power Systems 

    Digital Signal Processing
    Heat Transfer  Engineering Analysis Integrated Circuit Engineering
    Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics  Instrumentation and Control Optoelectronics and Wireless Communications

    Mechanics of Material 

    Power Engineering Power Electronics and Applications 

    Manufacturing Fundamentals 

      Research Project (BEng only)

    Process Engineering Fundamentals

       
  • Mechanical Engineering

    Our programme will give you the skills necessary for the subject, with an applied focus on mechanical systems designs. 

    Double Weighted Pathway: Due to the complexity of this subject and the background knowledge it requires in later years, this pathway is double weighted. As such you can only take one other pathway with this option. 

    Please note, this pathway requires a Physics A level and a Mathematics A level.

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Design, Innovation and 3D Thinking Engineering Mechanics  

    Engineering Mathematics I-IV 

    Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics  
    Heat Transfer Materials and Design  
    Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics    

    Manufacturing Fundamentals 

       

    Mechanics of Materials

       
    Optional modules
    Electrical and Electronics Fundamentals  Business Development Project Design and Manufacturing
    Fundamentals of Chemistry for Engineers  Engineering Analysis Engineering Composites
    Fundamentals of Digital Electronics  Instrumentation and Control Engineering Materials
    Fundamentals of Electronic Instrumentation  Power Engineering Machine Elements

    Process Engineering Fundamentals 

      Research Project (BEng only)

    Programming Fundamentals

      Vibration Analysis and Application

Environmental and Earth Science

Accordion

  • Earth Science

    The solid rocks that comprise Earth’s upper crust contain a record of change driven by processes originating from the core to the atmosphere over a period exceeding 2 billion years. This Pathway provides the basic skills needed to read this record and understand how Earth has evolved over both long and short periods of time. You will have the opportunity to take a number of field-based modules in both the UK and abroad.

    *Please note: some field courses will incur additional costs and are subject to availability

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Biogeochemical Cycles Data Collection and Analysis Introduction to Geophysical Techniques
    Geology Geoscience in Practice The Dynamic Earth
    Hydrology: Water in the Environment    
    Natural Hazards    
    The Earth's Interior    
    Optional modules 
    Subject to A level portfolio, you may be required to replace one of the above modules with one of the following: Aquatic Biogeochemistry Dissertation
    Introduction to Environmental Chemistry Catchment Hydrology Dissertation with Work Placement
    Numerical Skills I *Field Course in the Lake District - Environmental Extended Essay
     Numerical Skills II Geological Mapping *Field Course in Devon - Hydrological Processes
      Soil Science *Field Course - Volcanic Processes
        Geological Hazards
        Hydrogeology
  • Ecology and Conservation

    Interactions between organisms, the environment and humanity are often complex. You will receive a thorough grounding in ecological theory and how these biological principles relate to the conservation of wildlife and ecological habitats. The pathway also concerns the practice of ecology and has a strong fieldwork component designed to encourage you to develop your practical skills.

    *Please note: some field courses will incur additional costs and are subject to availability

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Aquatic Ecology Populations to Ecosystems Coral Reef Ecology
    Biodiversity and Conservation  Principles of Biodiversity Conservation Issues in Conservation Biology
    Evolutionary Biology    
    Global Change Biology    
    Zoology    
    Optional modules

    *Field Course in the Eden Project, Cornwall

    Data Collection and Analysis Animal Behaviour
    *Field Course in the Spanish-Doñana Environmental Physiology Dissertation
    (One of these modules can be taken in place of either Biodiversity and Conservation or Evolutionary Biology) Evolution Dissertation with Work Placement
      Field Biology Environmental Plant Biology
      Introduction to Eco-innovation *Field Course in Kenya - Tropical Biology and Conservation
      Research Design and Delivery *Field Course in the Scottish Highlands
        Global Change Biology: Challenges and Solutions
        Host-Parasite Interactions
        Sustainable Agriculture
  • Environmental Science

    This Pathway aims to train you in those areas of natural science (including chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics, geology, physical geography) that are used to understand natural and anthropogenic processes on the surface of the Earth, rivers, lakes, oceans and the atmosphere, as well as Earth’s internal processes, against the backdrop of environmental change.

    *Please note: some field courses will incur additional costs and are subject to availability

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Atmosphere, Weather and Climate Data Collection and Analysis  
    Biogeochemical Cycles    
    Geology    
    Hydrology: Water in the Environment    
    The Earth's Interior    
    Optional modules
    Subject to A level portfolio, you may be required to replace one of the above modules with one of the following: Aquatic Biogeochemistry Climate and Society
    Introduction to Environmental Chemistry Atmospheric Science Dissertation
    Numerical Skills I Catchment Hydrology Dissertation with Work Placement
     Numerical Skills II Data Collection and Analysis Extended Essay
      Energy, Economy and the Environment *Field Course in Devon - Hydrological Processes
      Environmental Data Visualisation and Analysis Global Change and the Earth System
      *Field Course in the Lake District - Environmental Hydrogeology
      Soil Science The Causes and Consequences of Environmental Radioactivity

Geography

Accordion

  • Human Geography

    This pathway provides you with an understanding of society, culture, development and issues of globalisation within a framework of environmental issues in the 21st century. 

    *Please note: some field courses will incur additional costs and are subject to availability

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Geographical Skills and Application in a Changing World Development, Geography, and the Majority World  
    Society and Space - Human Geography Human Geographical Pioneers and Concepts  
    Optional modules
      Children's Geographies Africa: Geographies of Transformation
      Cultural Geography Cities and Globalisation
      Economic Geography Climate and Society
      Geosocial Spaces Dissertation
      Introduction to Eco-Innovation Dissertation with Work Placement
      People and the Sea Environment, Politics and Society in Amazonia
      Political Geography *Field Course in the Brazilian Amazon - Conservation and Sustainable Development
      Research Project Skills *Field Course in Croatia - Water, Society and the Istrian Landscape
      Spatial Analysis and GIS *Field Course in New York - Cultural, Economic, Political and Social Geographies
        Food and Agriculture in the 21st Century
        Geographies of Health: Understanding and Tackling Inequity
        GIS: Principles and Practice
        Global Consumption
        Independent Research
        Perspectives on Technology and Environment
  • Physical Geography

    You will learn about the main components of our ‘Earth-system’, how environments have changed in the past, what controls the dynamics of environments in the present, and how we can predict changes in the future. All this is studied in the context of an interconnected planet. 

    *Please note: some field courses will incur additional costs and are subject to availability

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Environmental Processes and Systems Glacial and Fluvial Landscape Processes  
    Geographical Skills and Application in a Changing World Soil Science  
    Optional modules
      Aquatic Biogeochemistry Dissertation
      Atmospheric Science Dissertation with Work Placement
      Catchment Hydrology Environmental Remote Sensing and Image Processing
      Environmental Data Visualisation and Analysis *Field Course in Croatia - Water, Society and the Istrian Landscape
      *Field Course in the Mediterranean - Investigating Mediterranean Environments GIS: Principles and Practice
      Introduction to Eco-Innovation Glacial Systems
      Physical Geographical Pioneers and Concepts Independent Research
      Research Project Skills Lakes, Rivers and Estuaries
      Spatial Analysis and GIS  

Mathematics and Statistics

Accordion

  • Single Mathematics

    Single Maths allows students to continue their study of Maths at degree level in a top-ranking department. This pathway focuses on both pure mathematics and statistics with an emphasis on solving practical problems. 

    Please note: this pathway requires a Mathematics A level.

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Calculus    
    Further Calculus    
    Linear Algebra    
    Probability    
    Statistics    
    Optional modules
      Abstract Algebra Algebraic Curves
      Computational Mathematics Bayesian Interference
      Linear Algebra II Combinatorics
      Probability II Commutative Algebra
      Statistics II Geometry of Curves and Surfaces
        Generalised Linear Models
        Graph Theory
        Groups and Symmetry
        Likelihood Inference
        Machine Learning
        Mathematics for Stochastic Finance
        Mathematical Education
        Medical Statistics
        Number Theory
        Representation Theory of Finite Groups
        Stochastic Processes
  • Double Mathematics

    Double Weighted Pathway: If you wish to focus your studies on mathematics, we also offer a double-weighted pathway that allows you to study the subject in greater detail. This incorporates the modules listed above and gives students the opportunity to concentrate on theoretical problems. As such, you can only take one other pathway with this option. 

    Please note: this pathway requires a Mathematics A level.

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules

    As per Single Mathematics above, plus:

    As per Single Mathematics above, plus:

    As per Single Mathematics above, plus:

    Convergence and Continuity    
    Discrete Mathematics    
    Geometry and Calculus    
    Integration and Differentiation    
    Numbers and Relations    
    Optional modules
      Complex Analysis Differential Equations
      Project Skills Financial Mathematics
      Real Analysis Hilbert Space
        Lebesgue Integration
        Linear Systems
        Metric Spaces
        Probability Theory

Medical School

Accordion

  • Human Physiology and Exercise Science

    If you are interested in science and physical education, this Pathway provides a solid foundation in application and performance modules. These will help to increase your understanding of the functions and regulations of the human body and physiological integration of the systems.

    Year OneYear Two

    Year Three

    *Modules subject to approval
    Mandatory modules
    Digital Technologies in Sports and Exercise Science    
    Fundamental Anatomy    
    Optional modules
     Essentials of Sports and Exercise Physiology or Introduction to Nutrition Biomechanics II Advanced Psychology
    Hormones and Metabolism or Public Health Challenges Current Debates in Sports and Exercise Science Applied Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology
    Principles of Biomechanics or Concepts in Sports and Exercise Psychology Physiology and Metabolism Biomechanics III
      Sports and Exercise Psychology Maximising Elite Performance
      Sports Medicine or Exercise Medicine Optimising Health Outcomes
        Research Project

Physics

Accordion

  • Physics

    You will gain a working knowledge and understanding of the physics of fluids and solids, especially their thermal and electrical properties, with an emphasis also on computing, classical mechanics and quantum physics.

    Double Weighted Pathway: This pathway requires a set of first-year maths-based modules, either through the Physics Department (under the heading Physical Systems) or the Mathematics Department (under the heading Single Mathematics). As such, students taking Physics can only take one other pathway in addition to either of the supporting maths pathways. 

    Please note: this pathway requires a Physics A level and a Mathematics A level.

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules
    Classical Mechanics Introduction to Experimental Lab  
    Electric and Magnetic Fields    
    Quantum Physics    
    The Physical Universe    
    Thermal Properties of Matter    
    Optional modules
    Students need to take either the Physics Mathematics modules listed below or the Single Mathematics Pathway. Astronomy Astrophysics II
    Complex Methods Astrophysics I Astrophysics Group Project
    Functions and Differentiation Classical Fields Astrophysics Laboratory
    Integration Cosmology I Atomic Physics
    Series and Differential Equations Electromagnetism, Waves and Optics Computer Modelling
    Vector Calculus Experimental Lab I Cosmology Group Project
      Experimental Lab II Cosmology II
      Experimental Lab III Energy
      Experimental Principles of Particle Detection Flavour Physics
      Maths I Groups and Symmetries
      Maths II Low Temperature Physics Laboratory
      Mechanics and Variations Particle Physics
      Quantum Mechanics Particle Physics Group Project
      Relativity, Nuclei and Particles Physics Literature Search
      Scientific Programming and Modelling Project Physics of Fluids
      Thermal Properties of Matter Physics of Living Systems
        Semiconductor Physics Laboratory
        Solid State Physics
        Space and Auroral Physics
        Statistical Physics
        Theoretical Physics Group Project
        Theoretical Physics Independent Study

Psychology

Accordion

  • Psychology

    This pathway develops your range of knowledge and skills in order to continue your study of psychology at degree level.

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules

    Introduction to Cognitive Psychology 

       

    Introduction to Developmental Psychology 

       

    Introduction to Neuroscience 

       

    Personality and Individual Differences 

       

    Social Psychology in the New Digital Age

       
    Optional modules
      Cognitive Psychology Cognitive, Affective and Clinical Neuroscience
      Developmental Psychology Bewildering, Bizarre or Just Banal? Cognition in and out of the laboratory
      Foundations of Cognitive Neuroscience Culture in Cognition and Development
      Social Psychology Current Directions in Social Psychology
        Forensic and Investigative Psychology
        Prozac Nation: Human Psychopharmacology
        Psychology of Art
        Psychology of Meditation
        The Developing Mind
        The Lying Brain: An Examination of Hallucinations and Delusions in Normal, Clinical and Pathological Populations
        The Neuroscience of Typical and Atypical Social Development
        The Psychology of Cooperation
        Topics in Clinical Psychology
  • Psychology with British Psychological Society (BPS) Accreditation

    Double Weighted Pathway: This double-weighted pathway allows you to study psychology and receive accreditation for the British Psychological Society. It can only be taken alongside one other pathway and cannot be taken by BSc students intending to study abroad due to the accreditation regulations.

    Year OneYear TwoYear Three
    Mandatory modules

    Introduction to Cognitive Psychology 

    Cognitive Psychology Developmental Psychology

    Introduction to Developmental Psychology 

    Foundation of Cognitive Neuroscience Personality and Individual Differences Project
    Introduction to Neuroscience  Research Methods I: Experimental Methods in Psychology Social Psychology
    Personality and Individual Differences  Research Methods II: Asking Questions and Analysing Responses  
    Social Psychology in the New Digital Age  Statistics  

    Essential Skills for Psychologists 

       

    Research Integrity and Open Science 1 

       

    Research Integrity and Open Science 2 

       

    Statistics for Psychologists 1 

       

    Statistics for Psychologists 2