Approved modules for visiting students

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Approved modules for visiting and incoming exchange students

The University of Nottingham offers a range of modules, which are approved for visiting and incoming exchange students. Modules not listed on this webpage require school approval in advance of enrolment.

Click on the school/department drop-downs below to view available modules for the 2022/2023 academic year, information is correct as of January 2023. For module descriptions, please visit the module catalogue.

Students must read the information on the How to select your modules as a visiting or incoming exchange student webpage before selecting modules.

 

Biosciences

Biosciences modules are taught on both the Sutton Bonington Campus and University Park Campus.

The Sutton Bonington Campus is 40 minutes from the University Park Campus by the Hopper Bus and University Park Campus.

Environmental Science and Plant Sciences modules are taught on the University Park Campus.

Locations where modules are taught will be available to view on your teaching timetable, once allocated.

Autumn semester

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
BIOS1004 Building a Habitable Planet 1 20 Autumn  
BIOS1016  Principles of Ecology 1 20  Autumn  
BIOS1053 An Introduction to Biotechnology 1 10 Autumn  
BIOS1061 Foundation Science for Bio-scientists 1 10 Autumn  
BIOS2005 Soils 2 10 Autumn  
BIOS2006 Bacterial Biological Diversity 2 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BIOS1001: Genes and Cells

BIOS1027: The Physiology of Microbes

BIOS2009 Virology 2 10 Autumn

Places are limited.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LIFE2009: Bacterial Genes and Development

BIOS2008: Analysis of Bacterial Gene Expression

BIOS1027: The Physiology of Microbes

Also suitable for students from the School of Life Sciences.

BIOS2011 Reproductive Physiology 2 10 Autumn  
BIOS2019 Ecosystem Processes 2 10 Autumn  
BIOS2026 Applied Plant Physiology: From Cell to Crop 2 20 Autumn

Also suitable for students from the School of Life Sciences.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BIOS1003: Introduction to Plant Science

BIOS1014: The Biosciences and Global Food Security

BIOS2027 Molecular Biology of the Cell 2 20 Autumn Suitable for students from the schools of Biosciences and Life Sciences.
BIOS2037 Global Issues in Nutrition 2 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BIOS1009: Biochemistry - The Building Blocks of Life

BIOS2038 Nutritional Regulation, Physiology and Endocrinology 2 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BIOS1008: Introduction to Nutrition

BIOS2042 Agri-Business Enterprise and Innovation 2 20 Autumn  
BIOS2101 Forest Ecology and Management 2 20 Autumn  
BIOS2112 Food and Social Thought 2 10 Autumn

Only available to students on exchange from the Malaysia Campus

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

BIOS2037: Global Issues in Nutrition

BIOS1036: Introduction to Nutrition

BIOS2114 The Urban Environment 2 10 Autumn  
BIOS3002 Molecular Plant Pathology 3 10 Autumn  
BIOS3004 Rural Business Management 3 20 Autumn  
BIOS3005 Biotechnology in Animal Physiology 3 10 Autumn  
BIOS3006 Coordinated Physiological Functions 3 10 Autumn

Places are limited.

Also suitable for students from the School of Life Sciences.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

BIOS1006: Introductory Physiology

LIFE1032: Human Physiology

LIFE1033: Fundamentals of Neuroscience

BIOS1047: Food and Physiology

BIOS3013 Microbial Isolation and Identification Methods 3 10 Autumn

Students must have prior experience of working with microorganisms at ADCP2 level, equivalent to:

BIOS2030: Microbial Mechanisms of Food Borne Disease

BIOS3014 Plants and the Light Environment 3 10 Autumn Available to students in the schools of Biosciences and Life Sciences.
BIOS3024 Applied Bioethics 1: Animals, Biotechnology and Society 3 10 Autumn  
BIOS3027 Companion Animal Science 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BIOS2032: Applied Animal Science

BIOS2034: Principles of Animal Nutrition

BIOS3036 Computer Modelling in Science: Applications 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BIOS2016: Principles of Ecology

BIOS3042 Basic Introduction to Omic Technologies 3 10 Autumn  
BIOS3044 Agronomy Field Course 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BIOS2026: Applied Plant Physiology: From Cell to Crop

BIOS3094 Food Flavour and Advanced Sensory Science 3 20 Autumn  
BIOS3101 Tropical Ecology and Conservation 3 10 Autumn  
BIOS4005 Glycan Biotechnology 4 10 Autumn Available to postgraduate exchange students.
BIOS4006 Basic Laboratory Techniques 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4027 Dietetics Research Project 4 30 Autumn

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BIOS3019: Research Skills in Dietetics

BIOS4032 Raw Materials for Brewing 4 20 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

PG Brewing modules are of a specialist nature and are not easy to study in isolation if you don’t already have knowledge of brewing.

Whilst they can be appropriate for students registered on non-brewing courses, the approval of the module convenor is required and applications are considered on an individual basis.

BIOS4034 Brewery Yeast Management 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

PG Brewing modules are of a specialist nature and are not easy to study in isolation if you don’t already have knowledge of brewing.

Whilst they can be appropriate for students registered on non-brewing courses, the approval of the module convenor is required and applications are considered on an individual basis.

BIOS4038 Brewing Microbiology 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

PG Brewing modules are of a specialist nature and are not easy to study in isolation if you don’t already have knowledge of brewing.

Whilst they can be appropriate for students registered on non-brewing courses, the approval of the module convenor is required and applications are considered on an individual basis.

BIOS4040 Beer Analysis and Quality Management 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

PG Brewing modules are of a specialist nature and are not easy to study in isolation if you don’t already have knowledge of brewing.

Whilst they can be appropriate for students registered on non-brewing courses, the approval of the module convenor is required and applications are considered on an individual basis.

BIOS4045 Food Factory Designs and Operations 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

BIOS4048 Obesity Management 4 20 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4065 Research Skills and Nutrition 4 20 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4069 Fundamentals of Nutrition 4 20 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4072 Gastroenterology 4 20 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4084 Ruminant Nutrition 4 15 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4087 Fundamentals of Nutrition (Animal Nutrition option) 4 15 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4125 Research Skills in Microbial Biotechnology 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4128 Cell Factories 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4151 Advanced Practical Methods in Biopharma and Food Sciences 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4154 Brewing Raw Materials and Wort Production 4 20 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

 

Full Year

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
BIOS1012 Sustainability in Agricultural Systems 1 10 Full Year  
BIOS1027 The Physiology of Microbes 1 20 Full Year  
BIOS2025 Processing and Sensory Evaluation of Food 2 40 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

BIOS1010: Food Materials and Ingredients

BIOS1024: International Food Commodities

BIOS2098 Food Safety, Preservation and Legislation 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

BIOS1005: Bacterial Physiology

BIOS1010: Food Materials and Ingredients

BIOS3018 Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology 3 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

BIOS2008: Analysis of Bacterial Gene Expression

BIOS1005: Bacterial Physiology

BIOS1027: The Physiology of Microbes

BIOS3028 Nutrition and the Health of Populations 3 20 Full Year  
BIOS3029 Animal Nutrition 3 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

BIOS1008: Introduction to Nutrition

BIOS2034: Principles of Animal Nutrition

BIOS3031 Livestock Production Science 3 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BIOS2032: Applied Animal Science

BIOS3040 Undergraduate Research Project 3 40 Full Year/Spring  
BIOS3043 Changing Behaviour, Promoting Health 3 20 Full Year  
BIOS3049 Environmental Pollutants: Fate, Impact and Remediation 3 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BIOS2005: Soils

BIOS4001 Statistics and Experimental Design for Bioscientists 4 10 Full Year

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

BIOS4086 Feed Industry Business and Case Studies 4 30 Full Year

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

 

Spring semester

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
BIOS1017 Plant Science Research Tutorials 1 10 Spring  
BIOS1052 Climate, Atmosphere and Oceans 1 10 Spring  
BIOS1060 Geographic Information Systems for Environmental Monitoring 1 10 Spring  
BIOS1070 Agricultural Business in the Global Economy 1 10 Spring  
BIOS2002 Applied Marketing: Agriculture and Food 2 10 Spring  
BIOS2007 Economic Analysis for Agricultural and Environmental Sciences 2 10 Spring  
BIOS2008 Analysis of Bacterial Gene Expression 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

BIOS1001: Genes and Cells

BIOS1002: Applied Genetics

BIOS1005: Bacterial Physiology

BIOS1027: The Physiology of Microbes

BIOS2014 Enterprise Management Challenge 2 10 Spring  
BIOS2016 Computer Modelling in Science: Introduction (UP) 2 20 Spring This module is taught on University Park Campus.
BIOS2024 Plant Pests and Diseases 2 20 Spring  
BIOS2029 Molecular Pharming and Biotechnology 2 20 Spring  
BIOS2030 Microbial Mechanisms of Food Borne Disease 2 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

BIOS1005: Bacterial Physiology

BIOS1027: The Physiology of Microbes

BIOS2033 Physiology of Electrically Excitable Tissues 2 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BIOS1006: Introductory Physiology

BIOS2034 Principles of Animal Nutrition 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

BIOS1008: Introduction to Nutrition

BIOS1009: Biochemistry - The Building Blocks of Life

BIOS2036 Nutrition, Metabolism and Disease 2 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

BIOS2038: Nutritional Regulation, Physiology and Endocrinology

BIOS2041 Practical Policy Making 2 10 Spring  
BIOS2044 Environmental Geochemistry 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

BIOS2005: Soils

BIOS2072 Personal and Professional Skills for Nutritionists 2 10 Spring  
BIOS2075 The Green Planet 2 20 Spring Available to students from the schools of Biosciences and Life Sciences.
BIOS2083 Research Techniques for Bioscientists 2 10 Spring  
BIOS2089 Ecological Surveying 2 10 Spring  
BIOS2111 Food and Social Action 2 10 Spring

Only available to students from the Malaysia Campus.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

BIOS1036: Introduction to Nutrition

BIOS2072: Personal and Professional Skills for Nutritionists

BIOS2116 Research and Professional Skills (Biosciences) 2 10 Spring  
BIOS3003 Sex, Flowers and Biotechnology 3 10 Spring  
BIOS3007 Management Consultancy 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

BIOS3004: Rural Business Management

BIOS3008 Current Issues in Crop Science 3 10 Spring  
BIOS3010 Microbial Fermentation 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

LIFE2009: Bacterial Genes and Development

BIOS1001: Genes and Cells

LIFE2020: Microbial Biotechnology

BIOS1005: Bacterial Physiology

BIOS1027: The Physiology of Microbes

BIOS3011 Plant Disease Control 3 10 Spring Available to students from the schools of Biosciences and Life Sciences
BIOS3015 Plants and the Soil Environment 3 10 Spring Available to studetns from the schools of Biosciences and Life Sciences.
BIOS3016 Plant Cell Signalling 3 10 Spring Available to students from the schools of Biosciences and Life Sciences.
BIOS3022 Virology and Cellular Microbiology 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

LIFE2009: Bacterial Genes and Development

BIOS2008: Analysis of Bacterial Gene Expression

BIOS2009: Virology

BIOS3026 Environmental Biotechnology 3 10 Spring  
BIOS3030 Molecular Nutrition 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

BIOS1009: Biochemistry - The Building Blocks of Life

BIOS3035 Genetic Improvement of Crop Plants 3 20 Spring  
BIOS3037 Molecular Biological Laboratory Skills 3 10 Spring  
BIOS3040 Undergraduate Research Project 3 40 Full Year/Spring  
BIOS3045 Field Crops Cereals 3 10 Spring  
BIOS3077 International Agri-Business 3 20 Spring  
BIOS3084 Principles of Animal Health and Disease 2 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

BIOS2021: Principles of Animal Health and Disease 1

BIOS3092/3096 Healthy People Healthy Planet 3 20/10 Spring  
BIOS3093 Rapid Methods in Microbiology 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

BIOS2009: Virology

BIOS2030: Microbial Mechanisms of Food Borne Disease

BIOS1027: The Physiology of Microbes 

BIOS3095 Systems Neurophysiology 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

BIOS2033: Physiology of Electrically Excitable Tissues

BIOS3102 Sustainable Soil Management 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

BIOS2005: Soils

BIOS3103 Climate Change Mitigation 3 10 Spring  
BIOS4004 Antibody Biotechnology 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4007 Food Flavour 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4028 Genetic Analysis and Bioinformatics 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4035 Fermentation and Yeast Handling 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

PG Brewing modules are of a specialist nature and are not easy to study in isolation if you do not already have knowledge of brewing.

Whilst they can be appropriate for students registered on non-brewing courses, the approval of the module convenor is required and applications are considered on an individual basis.

BIOS4037 Sustainable Beverage Production 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

PG Brewing modules are of a specialist nature and are not easy to study in isolation if you do not already have knowledge of brewing.

Whilst they can be appropriate for students registered on non-brewing courses, the approval of the module convenor is required and applications are considered on an individual basis.

BIOS4042 Genetic Improvement of Crop Plants 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4050 Food Manufacturing Case Studies 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students with a food science background.

BIOS4057 Paediatric Nutrition 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4067 Molecular Nutrition 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4070 Public Health Nutrition 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4088 Molecular Nutrition (Animal Nutrition option) 4 15 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4094 The Global Food Industry 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

BIOS4120 Molecular Nutrition (Biotechnology option) 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4153 Yeast Fermentation Biotech 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

BIOS4156 Beer Finishing and Packaging 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Interested students will be approved subject to an interview with module convenor to ensure they understand the specialist nature of the module, determine their motivation for studying it and likely capacity to succeed in passing the course.

BIOS4157 Beer Flavour Development and Sensory Analysis 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

PG Brewing modules are of a specialist nature and are not easy to study in isolation if you do not already have knowledge of brewing.

Whilst they can be appropriate for students registered on non-brewing courses, the approval of the module convenor is required and applications are considered on an individual basis.

 
 

Business

The majority of Business School modules below are taught on the Jubilee Campus, which is 10 minutes from the University Park Campus by the Hopper Bus or around a 15 minute walk.

Autumn semester

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
BUSI1001 Computers in Business 1 10 Autumn Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.
BUSI1003 Introduction to Management 1 10 Autumn Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.
BUSI1007 Quantitative Methods 1a 10  Autumn

Students cannot study this module if they have studied the equivalent to any of the following:

  • A Level Maths at Grade C or above;
  • AS Levels Maths at Grade B or above;
  • International Baccalaureate at 5 or above in standard level Maths or 4 or above at higher level;
  • Senior High School Maths in China or other countries.
BUSI1030 Work and Society 1 10 Autumn  
BUSI1032 Managing Operations in the Digital Enterprise 1 10 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

BUSI2139: Managing Business Operations or equivalent.

BUSI2010 Quantitative Methods 2a 2 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BUSI1008/1039/1074: Quantitative Methods 1b.

BUSI2019 Managing and Marketing Tourism 2 10 Autumn  
BUSI2026 Management Strategy 2 10 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

BUSI3186: Strategic Management

BUSI2028 Tourism Futures: the Challenge of Sustainability 2 10 Autumn  
BUSI2044 Business, Human Rights and Sustainable Development 2 10 Autumn  
BUSI2048 Management Science for Business Decisions 2 10 Autumn  
BUSI2050 Risk Management Decisions 2 10 Autumn  
BUSI2051 The Psychology of Economic and Business Decisions 2 10 Autumn

Not available to students whose home school is Economics.

Students must be studying or have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

BUSI1100/1114: Business Economics

BUSI1095/1107/1117: Introduction to Economics

BUSI1197/1106/1115: Economics Principles.

BUSI2139 Managing Business Operations 2 10 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

BUSI1032: Management Operations in the Digital Enterprise or equivalent.

BUSI2144 Public Services Management 2 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

BUSI1029: Organisational Behaviour

BUSI2147 Management Accounting 2 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

BUSI1093: Fundamentals of Financial and Management Accounting

BUSI2170 Industrial Economics I: Economics of Organisation and Innovation 2 20 Autumn

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

BUSI1099: Microeconomics for Business

BUSI1095: Introduction to Economics

BUSI1197: Economics Principles

ECON1001: Introduction to Microeconomics.

BUSI2172 Marketing Management 2 20 Autumn Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.
BUSI3013 Law and Economics 3 10 Autumn  
BUSI3014 International Finance 3 10 Autumn

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BUSI1020/1045/1070: Business Finance.

BUSI2146/2151/2156: Corporate Finance.

BUSI3017 Logistics and Supply Chain Management 3 10 Autumn  
BUSI3018 Management of Quality 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

BUSI2039: Managing Business Operations or;

BUSI1032: Managing Operations in the Digital Enterprise.

BUSI3023 Marketing and Society 3 10 Autumn

Students must be studying or have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BUSI1031: Consumers and Markets or;

BUSI2172: Marketing Management

BUSI3025 Managing Information Technologies and Systems 3 10 Autumn  
BUSI3027 Financial Economics 3 10 Autumn

Not available to students whose home school is Economics.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

BUSI1100: Business Economics

BUSI1095: Introduction to Economics

BUSI1197: Economics Principles

BUSI1099: Microeconomics for Business.

BUSI3028 Corporate Restructuring and Governance 3 10 Autumn

Not available to students whose home school is Economics.

Students must be studying or have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BUSI1100: Business Economics or;

BUSI1095 Introduction to Economics or;

BUSI1197: Economics Principles or;

BUSI1099: Microeconomics for Business.

BUSI3035 Business, Government and Public Policy 3 10 Autumn

Not available to students whose home school is Economics.

Only available to students whose home faculty is Social Sciences.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

BUSI1100: Business Economics

BUSI1095: Introduction to Economics

BUSI1197: Economics Principles

BUSI1099: Microeconomics for Business.

BUSI3156 Managing Diversity 3 10 Autumn

Not available to students whose home school is Economics.

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

BUSI1100: Business Economics

BUSI1095: Introduction to Economics

BUSI1197: Economics Principles

BUSI1099: Microeconomics for Business.

BUSI3207 Entrepreneurship for Social Change 3 10 Autumn  
BUSI4002 Accounting and Finance 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4004 Marketing 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4006 Operations Management 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4013 Strategic Management 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4018 Stragetic Management 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4031 Leadership, People and Organisational Capability 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4045 Business Economics 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4047 Ethics, Governance and Risk 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4135 Project Management 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4371 Foundational Business Analytics 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4402 Corporate Finance Strategy 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4406 Current Issues in Accounting 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4423 Bank Theory, Operations and Management 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4424 Consumers, Ethics and Regulation in Finance 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4425 Research Methods for Banking 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4432 Managing People and Organisations 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4433 Managerial Economics 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4443 Corporate Finance 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4449 Research Methods for Risk Management 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4450 Risk Analysis 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4451 Risk and Society 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4454 Entrepreneurial Creativity 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4455 Entrepreneurship in Context 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4467 Marketing Management in the Digital Economy 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4468 Business Economics 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4469 Managing People 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4470 Principles of Accounting 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4471 Principles of Marketing 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4473 Employment Relations 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4474 Managing and Developing Organisations 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4475 Strategic Human Resource Management 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4479 Consumer Behaviour Analytics 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4480 Marketing Strategy 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4488 Data Management and Manipulation 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4489 Management Science for Decision Support 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4490 Managing Contemporary Operations: Fundamentals and Challenges 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4496 Supply Chain Planning and Management 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4519 Capital Market Analysis 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4532 Launching New Ventures 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4558 Innovation and Technology Transfer 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4560 Entrepreneurship and Creativity 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4566 Quantitative Research Methods for Finance and Investment 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4567 Corporate Financial Management 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4571 Research Methods for Accounting and Finance 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4574 International Tourism Management 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4589 International Business Environment 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4621 Financial Markets and Instruments 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
BUSI4624 Programming for FinTech 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
 

Full Year

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
BUSI3182 Business Ethics and Sustainability 3 20 Full Year Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.
BUSI3183 Advanced Corporate Reporting and Analysis 3 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

BUSI2146: Corporate Finance

BUSI2143: Intermediate Corporate Reporting

BUSI3184 Financial Markets: Theory and Computation 3 20 Full Year

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BUSI2146: Corporate Finance

BUSI3185 Advanced Marketing Accounting 3 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BUSI2147: Management Accounting

BUSI3186 Strategic Management 3 20 Full Year

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

BUSI2026: Management Strategy

BUSI4185 Management Project (Business Analysis Project) 4 60 Full Year

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4186 Management Research Project 4 60 Full Year

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

 

Spring semester

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
BUSI1031 Environment Society and Governance 1 10 Spring

 

BUSI2001 Introductory Econometrics 2 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

Students must be studying or have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

BUSI2010: Quantitative Methods 2a

A Level Maths with Statistics

BUSI2014 Managing Tourism and the Environment: Conflict or Consensus? 2 10 Spring  
BUSI2018 Database Design and Implementation 2 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BUSI1001: Computers in Business

BUSI2032 Topics in Labour and Personnel Economics 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

BUSI1100: Business Economics

BUSI1095 Introduction to Economics

BUSI1197: Economics Principles

BUSI1099: Microeconomics for Business.

BUSI2045 Marketing Analytics 2 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

Students must be studying or have suitable pre-requisites equivalent to:

BUSI2172: Marketing Management

BUSI2047 Supply Chain and Operations Planning 2 10 Spring

Background knowledge in operations and supply chain management is desirable.

BUSI2146 Corporate Finance 2 20 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to both of the following:

BUSI1008: Quantitative Methods 1b

BUSI1020: Business Finance

BUSI2171 Industrial Economics II: Economics of Pricing and Decision Making 2 20 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BUSI2170: Industrial Economics

BUSI2175 Human Resource Management in Service Work 2 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

Students must be studying or have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BUSI2173: Human Resource Management with International Perspectives

BUSI2177 Insurance in a Risky World 2 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

BUSI3020 Plant Location and Design 3 10 Spring  
BUSI3030 Applied Econometrics 3 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BUSI2001: Introductory Econometrics

BUSI3038 Behavioural Economics and Finance 3 10 Spring

Not available to students whose home school is Economics.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

BUSI1100: Business Economics

BUSI1095: Introduction to Economics

BUSI1197: Economics Principles 

BUSI3044 New Product Service Development Management 3 10 Spring

Students must be studying or have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BUSI2172: Marketing Management 

BUSI3181 Industrial Economics IV: Games and Strategies 3 20 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is the Business School.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BUSI3180: Industrial Economics III

BUSI3187 Economics of Regulation and Public Choice 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

BUSI2171: Industrial Economics II: Pricing and Decision Making.

BUSI4007 Corporate Finance 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4014 Business Economics 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4016 Marketing 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4021 Business Ethics 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4028 Operations Management 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4030 Leadership, People and Organisational Capability 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4040 Games and Strategies for Business 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4046 Commissioning and Servoce Redesign 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4106 Leadership and Change Management 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4111 Business Intelligence in the Digital Economy 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4353 Health Finance, Economics and Decision Making 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4355 Project Management 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4370 Analytics Specializations and Applications 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4372 Leading Big Data Business Projects 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4373 Machine Learning and Predictive Analysis 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4388 Strategic Market Relations: Building, Managing, and Leveraging Market Relationships 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4412 Financial Security Valuation 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4414 Advanced Issues in Financial Reporting 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4416 Management Accounting and Control 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4417 Behavioural Economics and Decision Making 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4418 Corporate Governance 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4421 The Economics of Strategy and Market Structure 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4422 Venture Capital and Private Equity 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4426 Quantitative Research Methods for Banking 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4427 Bank Risk Measurement and Management 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4428 Quantitative Risk Management 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4429 Central Banking Theory and Practice 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4430 Contemporary Issues in Banking 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4434 Research Methods for Management Studies 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4435 Business to Business Marketing 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4436 Managing Innovation and Entrepreneurial Organisations 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4437 Corporate Strategy 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4438 Human Resource Management 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4439 International Finance 4 10 Spring

Only available postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4440 Launching and Entrepreneurial Business 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4441 Operations and Supply Chain Strategy and Practice 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4445 Derivative Investment 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4446 Fixed Interest Investment 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4447 Computational Finance 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4452 Corporate Risk 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4453 Theory of Risk and Applications 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4456 Entrepreneurship Project 4 30 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4458 E-Business 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4466 Procurement and Purchasing 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4472 Strategy and Leadership 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4476 Contemporary Developments in HRM/OB 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4477 International Human Resource Management 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4478 Research and Professional Skills in OB/HRM 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4481 Critical Marketing 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4482 Research Methods in Marketing 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4483 Branding and Marketing and Communications 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4484 Digital Marketing 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4492 Business Intelligence and Analytics 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4493 Information System Design and Development 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4494 Design of Operations Facilities and Systems 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4495 Quality Management and Quality Techniques 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4498 Advanced Operations Analysis 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4559 Entrepreneurship and Creativity 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4561 Innovation Management 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4562 Venture Capital and Private Equity 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4563 Managing for Sustainability 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4564 Sustainable Decisions and Organisations 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4570 Technology Entrepreneurship 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4575 Sustainble Tourism Management 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4584 Essentials of International Marketing 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4585 International Business Strategy 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4601 Strategic Entrepreneurial Growth 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4616 Behavioural Finance 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4617 Blockchain and Cryptocurrency 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4620 Data Analytics and Machine Learning for FinTech 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4623 FinTech Regulation and Data Protection 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4625 Sales Management and Negotiations 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4626 SAP S/4 HANA Accounting Information Systems 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

BUSI4627 Sustainable Finance 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

 
 

Chemistry

Autumn semester

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
CHEM1004 Chemistry Study Skills 1 0 Autumn

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by the module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM2006 Principles in Analytical Chemistry 2 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

CHEM1009/1037: An Introduction to Organic Molecules and their Reactivity

CHEM1010/1039: An Introduction to Structure, Periodicity and Coordination Chemistry

CHEM1011/1038: An Introduction to Spectroscopy, Energy and Bonding in Chemistry

CHEM1020: Fundamental Chemistry Theory and Practical

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM2018 Sustainable Chemistry 2 2 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

CHEM1009/1037: An Introduction to Organic Molecules and their Reactivity

CHEM1010/1039: An Introduction to Structure, Periodicity and Coordination Chemistry

CHEM1017: Fundamental Inorganic and Organic Chemistry

CHEM1020: Fundamental Chemistry Theory and Practical

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM3003 Bioinorganic and Metal Coordination Chemistry 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

CHEM1010/1039: An Introduction to Structure, Periodicity and Coordination Chemistry

CHEM1017: Fundamental Inorganic and Organic Chemistry

CHEM1020: Fundamental Theory and Practical

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM3004 Protein Structure and Function, Biospectroscopy and Bioinformatics 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

CHEM2002: Intermediate Organic Spectroscopy and Stereochemistry

CHEM2007: General Inorganic Chemistry

CHEM2010: Synthesis and Spectroscopy

CHEM2012: Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry

CHEM2013: Intermediate Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM3006 Advanced Laboratory Techniques 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

CHEM2009: Core Laboratory Work N

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM3012 Chemical Biology and Enzymes 3 10 Autumn Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.
CHEM3016 Organometallic and Asymmetric Synthesis 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

CHEM2002: Intermediate Organic Spectroscopy and Stereochemistry

CHEM2010: Synthesis and Spectroscopy

CHEM2013: Intermediate Sythetic Organic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM3017 Chemical Bonding and Reactivity 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

CHEM2017: Energy, Spectroscopy and Solid State Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM4004/
4005/4009
Chemistry Research Project for Incoming Erasmus Students 4 60/30/40 Autumn/
Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year, subject to approval.

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM4020 Contemporary Organic Synthesis 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

CHEM3009: Distance Learning Organic Chemistry

CHEM3016: Organometallic and Asymmetric Synthesis

CHEM3019: Pericyclics and Reactive Intermediates

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM4021 Advanced Physical Chemistry 1 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

CHEM3007: Distance Learning Physical Chemistry

CHEM3017: Chemical Bonding and Reactivity

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM4023 Inorganic and Materials Chemistry B 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

CHEM3002: Catalysis

CHEM3003: Bioinorganic and Metal Coordination Chemistry

CHEM3008: Distance Learning Inorganic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM4024 Inorganic and Materials Chemistry A 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

CHEM3002: Catalysis

CHEM3008: Distance Learning Inorganic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM4030 Advanced Biocatalysis, Biosynthesis and Chemical Biology 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

CHEM3009: Distance Learning Organic Chemistry

CHEM3016: Organometallic and Asymmetric Synthesis

CHEM3019: Pericyclics and Reactive Intermediates

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

 

Full Year

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
CHEM1001 Sustainable Chemistry 1 10 Full Year

Only available to students whose home school is Chemistry.

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM1002 Foundation Laboratory Work 1 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

A Level Chemistry at Grade B or above.

Pass in practical component where assessed separately.

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM1008 Frontiers in Chemistry 1 10 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

A Level Chemistry at Grade B or above.

Pass in practical component where assessed separately.

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM1009 An Introduction to Organic Molecules and their Reactivity 1 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

A Level Chemistry at Grade B or above.

Pass in practical component where assessed separately.

Students must not be studying or have studied, the equivalent to either of the following:

CHEM1017: Fundamental Inorganic and Organic Chemistry

CHEM1020: Fundamental Chemistry Theory and Practical

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM1010 An Introduction to Structure, Periodicity and Coordination Chemistry 1 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

A Level Chemistry at Grade B or above.

Pass in practical component where assessed separately.

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to either of the following:

CHEM1017: Fundamental Inorganic and Organic Chemistry

CHEM1020: Fundamental Chemistry Theory and Practical

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM1011 An Introduction to Spectroscopy, Energy and Bonding in Chemistry 1 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

A Level Chemistry at Grade B or above.

Pass in practical component where assessed separately.

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

CHEM1020: Fundamental Chemistry Theory and Practical

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM1016 Calculations in Chemistry 1 10 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

A Level Maths at Grade C or above

Or students must be studying:

CHEM1018: Mathematical Toolkit in Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM1018 Mathematical Toolkit in Chemistry 1 10 Full Year Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.
CHEM2003 Core Laboratory Work A 2 30 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

CHEM1002/CHEE1043: Foundation Laboratory Work

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM2007 General Inorganic Chemistry 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

CHEM1010/1039: An Introduction to Structure, Periodicity and Coordination Chemistry

Students must not be studying or have studied:

CHEM2012: Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM2010 Synthesis and Spectroscopy 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

CHEM1009/1037: An Introduction to Organic Molecules and their Reactivity

Students must not be studying or have studied either of the following:

CHEM2002: Intermediate Organic Spectroscopy and Stereochemistry

CHEM2013: Intermediate Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM2012 Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry 2 10 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisities, equivalent to either of the following:

CHEM1017: Fundamental Inorganic and Organic Chemistry

CHEM1020: Fundamental Chemistry Theory and Practical

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

CHEM2007: General Inorganic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM2017 Energy, Spectroscopy and Solid State Chemistry 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

CHEM1011/1038: An Introduction to Spectroscopy, Energy and Bonding in Chemistry

CHEM1016: Calculations in Chemstry

CHEM1020: Fundamental Chemistry Theory and Practical

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM3005 Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry (A) 3 30 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

CHEM2003: Core Laboratory Work A

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM3022 Contemporary Drug Discovery 3 10 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

CHEM2010: Synthesis and Spectroscopy

CHEM2013: Intermediate Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM4006 Enterprise for Chemists 4 10 Full Year

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

 

Spring semester

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
CHEM1019 Molecules of Life 1 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

A Level Chemistry at Grade B or above.

Pass in practical component where assessed separately.

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM2008 Atmospheric Chemistry 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

CHEM1011/1038: An Introduction to Spectroscopy, Energy and Bonding in Chemistry

CHEM1017: Fundamental Inorganic and Organic Chemistry

CHEM1020: Fundamental Chemistry Theory and Practical

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM2011 Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Biology 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

CHEM2002: Intermediate Organic Spectroscopy and Stereochemistry

CHEM2010: Synthesis and Spectroscopy

CHEM2013: Intermediate Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM3002 Catalysis 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

CHEM2007: General Inorganic Chemistry

CHEM2012: Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM3018 Solids, Interfaces and Surfaces 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

CHEM2017: Energy, Spectroscopy and Solid State Chemistry

CHEM3017: Chemical Bonding and Reactivity

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM3019 Pericyclics and Reactive Intermediates 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

CHEM2002: Intermediate Organic Spectroscopy and Stereochemistry

CHEM2010: Synthesis and Spectroscopy

CHEM2013: Intermediate Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM3024 Topics in Inorganic and Sustainable Chemistry 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

CHEM2007: General Inorganic Chemistry

CHEM2012: Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM3062 Structure Determination Methods 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

CHEM2017: Energy, Spectroscopy and Solid State Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM4003 Molecular Interactions and Supramolecular Assembly 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

CHEM3003: Bioinorganic and Metal Coordination Chemstry

CHEM3008: Distance Learning Inorganic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM4004/
4005/4009
Chemistry Research Project for Incoming Erasmus Students 4 60/30/40 Autumn/
Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year, subject to approval.

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM4022 Advanced Physical Chemistry 2 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

CHEM3007: Distance Learning Physical Chemistry

CHEM3017: Chemical Bonding and Reactivity

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM4025 Medicines from Nature/Pharmaceutical Process Chemistry 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

CHEM3009: Distance Learning Organic Chemistry

CHEM3016: Organometallic and Asymmetric Synthesis

CHEM3019: Pericyclics and Reactive Intermediates

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

CHEM4026 Nucleic Acids and Bioorganic Mechanisms 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

CHEM2010: Synthesis and Spectroscopy

CHEM2013: Intermediate Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Suitable prior learning in home university to be assessed by module convenor and appropriate faculty member.

 
 

Classics and Archaeology

Autumn semester

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
CLAR1000 Beginners Greek: 1 1 20 Autumn

Must be taken with CLAR1003: Beginners Greek: 2 in the same academic year, unless the student's home department is Theology.

CLAR1001 Beginners Latin: 1 1 20 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR1002: Beginners Latin: 2 in the same academic year.
CLAR1004 Greek Texts: 1 1 20 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR1007: Greek Texts: 2 in the same academic year.
CLAR1006 Latin Texts: 1 1 20 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR1008: Latin Texts: 2 in the same academic year.
CLAR1009 Studying the Greek World 1 10 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR1006: Latin Texts: 1 in the same academic year.
CLAR1021 Understanding the Past I 1 20 Autumn  
CLAR1022 Comparative World Prehistory 1 10 Autumn  
CLAR1023 Great Discoveries in Archaeology 1 20 Autumn  
CLAR2001 Greek Texts: 3 2 20 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR2003: Greek Texts: 4 in the same academic year.
CLAR2002 Latin Texts: 3 2 20 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR2004: Latin Texts: 4 in the same academic year.
CLAR2006 Extended Source Study 2 20 Autumn Advised as a pre-requisite for students wishing to take a Classics dissertation in the following academic year, unless studying an ancient language degree.
CLAR2011 Archaeology: Theory and Practice 2 20 Autumn  
CLAR3004 The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England 3 20 Autumn  
CLAR3012 Intermediate Greek: 1 3 20 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR3015: Intermediate Greek: 2 in the same academic year.
CLAR3013 Intermediate Latin: 1 3 20 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR3014: Intermediate Latin: 2 in the same academic year.
CLAR3016 Advanced Greek: 1 3 20 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR2018: Advanced Greek: 2 in the same academic year.
CLAR3017 Advanced Latin: 1 3 20 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR3019: Advanced Latin 2: in the same academic year.
CLAR3020 Greek Texts: 5 3 20 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR3022: Greek Texts: 6 in the same academic year.
CLAR3021 Latin Texts: 5 3 20 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR3023: Latin Texts 6 in the same academic year.
CLAR3024 Beginners' Greek for 2nd and 3rd Years: 1 3 20 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR3025: Beginners' Greek for 2nd and 3rd Years: 2
CLAR3026 Beginners' Latin for 2nd and 3rd Years: 1 3 20 Autumn Must be taken with CLAR3027: Beginners' Latin for 2nd and 3rd Years: 2
CLAR3038 Greece in the Archaic Age, c.800-500 BC 3 20 Autumn  
CLAR3044 Animals in the Ancient World 3 20 Autumn  
CLAR3054 Classics and TV 3 20 Autumn  
CLAR3059 Periclean Athens: the Golden Age 3 10 Autumn  
CLAR3077 Oedipus Through the Ages 3 20 Autumn  
CLAR3085 The Silk Road: Cultural Interactions and Perceptions 3 20 Autumn  
CLAR3089 The World of the Minoans 3 20 Autumn  
CLAR3093 Coins, Cults and Cities: Coinage in the Eastern Roman Provinces (30 BC to AD 270) 3 20 Autumn  
CLAR3094 Mapping the Humanities 3 20 Autumn  
CLAR4011 Special Topic in Archaeology 1 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Knowledge of archaeology/archaeological science required.

CLAR4023 Special Topics in Classics 1 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Knowledge of ancient history/archaeology/ancient art required.

CLAR4025 Myth, Society and Religion 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
CLAR4029 Beginners' Latin 1 for MA 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Must be taken with CLAR4030: Beginners' Latin 2 for MA

CLAR4031 Intermediate Latin 1 for MA 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Must be taken with CLAR4032: Intermediate Latin 2 for MA in the same academic year.

CLAR4033 Advanced Latin 1 for MA 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Must be taken with CLAR4034: Advanced Latin 2 for MA in the same academic year.

CLAR4035 Beginners' Greek 1 for MA 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Must be taken with CLAR4036: Beginners' Greek 2 for MA in the same academic year.

CLAR4037 Intermediate Greek 1 for MA 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Must be taken with CLAR4038: Intermediate Greek 2 for MA in the same academic year.

CLAR4039 Advanced Greek 1 for MA 4 20 Autumn

Must be taken with CLAR4040: Advanced Greek 2 for MA in the same academic year.

 

Full Year

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
CLAR1013 Interpreting Ancient Art and Archaeology 1 20 Full Year Must be taken with CLAR1006: Latin Texts: 1 in the same academic year.
CLAR1014 Interpreting Ancient History 1 20 Full Year Must be taken with CLAR1006: Latin Texts: 1 in the same academic year.
CLAR1015 Interpreting Ancient Literature 1 20 Full Year Must be taken with CLAR1006: Latin Texts: 1 in the same academic year.
 

Spring semester

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
CLAR1002 Beginners Latin: 2 1 20 Spring

Must be taken with CLAR1001: Beginners Latin: 1 in the same academic year.

CLAR1003 Beginners Greek: 2 1 20 Spring Must be taken with CLAR1000: Beginners Greek: 1 in the same academic year.
CLAR1007 Greek Texts: 2 1 20 Spring Must be taken with CLAR1004: Greek Texts: 1 in the same academic year.
CLAR1008 Latin Texts: 2 1 20 Spring Must be taken with CLAR1006: Latin Texts: 1 in the same academic year.
CLAR1011 Studying the Roman World 1 10 Spring Must be taken with CLAR1006: Latin Texts: 1 in the same academic year.
CLAR1016 Greek and Roman Mythology 1 20 Spring  
CLAR1019 Rome to Revolution: Historical Archaeology of Britain 1 10 Spring  
CLAR1020 Understanding the Past II 1 20 Spring  
CLAR2000 Communicating the Past 2 20 Spring Advised as a pre-requisite in place of CLAR2007: Studying Classical Scholarship for students wishing to take a Classics dissertation in the following academic year.
CLAR2003 Greek Texts: 4 2 20 Spring Must be taken with CLAR2001: Greek Texts: 3 in the same academic year.
CLAR2004 Latin Texts: 4 2 20 Spring Must be taken with CLAR2002: Latin Texts: 3 in the same academic year.
CLAR2007 Studying Classical Scholarship 2 20 Spring Required as a pre-requisite for students wishing to take a Classics dissertation in the following academic year, if studying an ancient language degree.
CLAR2022 Archeological Finds: from Field to Publication 2 20 Spring  
CLAR3014 Intermediate Latin: 2 3 20 Spring Must be taken with CLAR3013: Intermediate Latin: 1 in the same academic year.
CLAR3015 Intermediate Greek: 2 3 20 Spring Must be taken with CLAR3012: Intermediate Greek: 1 in the same academic year.
CLAR3018 Advanced Greek: 2 3 20 Spring Must be taken with CLAR3016: Advanced Greek: 1 in the same academic year.
CLAR3019 Advanced Latin: 2 3 20 Spring Must be taken with CLAR3017: Advanced Latin: 1 in the same academic year.
CLAR3022 Greek Texts: 6 3 20 Spring Must be taken with CLAR3020: Greek Texts: 5 in the same academic year.
CLAR3023 Latin Texts: 6 3 20 Spring Must be taken with CLAR3021: Latin Texts: 5 in the same academic year.
CLAR3025 Beginners' Greek for 2nd and 3rd Years: 2 3 20 Spring Must be taken with CLAR3024: Beginners' Greek for 2nd and 3rd Years: 1 in the same academic year.
CLAR3027 Beginners' Latin for 2nd and 3rd Years: 2 3 20 Spring Must be taken with CLAR3026: Beginners' Latin for 2nd and 3rd Years: 1 in the same academic year.
CLAR3037 Reading Iliad in Antiquity 3 20 Spring  
CLAR3075 The World of Etruscans 3 20 Spring  
CLAR3076 Themes in Near Eastern Prehistory 3 20 Spring  
CLAR3081 Writing History in Ancient Rome 3 20 Spring  
CLAR3088 Archaeological Detective 3 20 Spring  
CLAR3092 Classics and Children's Literature 3 20 Spring  
CLAR3095 Heritage and the Media 3 20 Spring  
CLAR3096 Gender Fluidity in the Ancient World 3 10 Spring  
CLAR4012 Special Topic in Archaeology 2 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Knowledge of archaeology/archaeological science required.

CLAR4024 Special Topic in Classics 2 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Knowledge of ancient histroy/archaeology/ancient art required.

CLAR4030 Beginners' Latin 2 for MA 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Must be taken with CLAR4029: Beginners' Latin 3 for MA in the same academic year.

CLAR4032 Intermediate Latin 2 for MA 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Must be taken with CLAR4031: Intermediate Latin 1 for MA in the same academic year.

CLAR4034 Advanced Latin 2 for MA 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Must be taken with CLAR4033: Advanced Latin 1 for MA in the same academic year.

CLAR4036 Beginners' Greek 2 for MA 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Must be taken with CLAR4035: Beginners' Greek 1 for MA in the same academic year.

CLAR4038 Intermediate Greek 2 for MA 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Must be taken with CLAR4037: Intermediate Greek 1 for MA in the same academic year.

CLAR4040 Advanced Greek 2 for MA 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Must be taken with CLAR4039: Advanced Greek 1 for MA in the same academic year.

 
 

Computer Science

The majority of Computer Science modules below are taught on the Jubilee Campus, which is 10 minutes from the University Park Campus by the Hopper Bus or around a 15 minute walk.
Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
COMP2007 Operating Systems and Concurrency 2 20 Autumn Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.
COMP2013 Developing Maintainable Software 2 20 Autumn Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.
COMP2054 Algorithms Correctness and Efficiency 2 10 Autumn

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

COMP2009: Algorithms Correctness and Efficient (20 credits).

COMP3008 Knowledge Representation and Reasoning 3 20 Autumn

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

Students must have prior knowledge of algorithms and complexity, propositional logic, set theory and programming skills.

COMP3009 Machine Learning 3 20 Autumn

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

Students must have a high level of computer programming skills, for example, Matlab and Python

and;

Mathematical skills, for example, linear algebra, differentiation, probability.

COMP3010 Collaboration and Communication Technologies 3 10 Autumn

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

COMP3012 Compilers 3 10 Autumn Available to students from the faculties of Science and Engineering.
COMP3013 Software Quality Assurance 3 10 Autumn

Only available students whose home school is Computer Science.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites equivalent to:

COMP1005: Programming and Algorithms

COMP3014 Collaboration and Communication Technologies Development Project 3 10 Autumn

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

Students must be studying or have already studied the equivalent to:

COMP3010: Collaboration and Communication Technologies

COMP3018 Mobile Device Programming 3 20 Autumn

Available to students from the faculties of Science and Engineering.

Students are required to have knowledge and experience in Java programming, basic computer architecture and operating systems.

Please discuss with the module convenor if you are not sure about these requirements.

This module is part of the Programming theme in the School of Computer Science.

COMP3020 Professional Ethics in Computing 3 10 Autumn

Available to students from the faculties of Science and Engineering.

COMP4017 Design Ethnography 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home school is Computer Science.

COMP4032 Advanced Computer Networks 4 20 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home school is Computer Science.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home school is Computer Science, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

COMP4034 Autonomous Robotic Systems 4 20 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home school is Computer Science.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home school is Computer Science, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

COMP4039 Databases, Interfaces and Software Design Principles 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home school is Computer Science.

Students must not hold a previous degree in Computer Science or significant practical experience of SQL and/or web development. Basic knowledge of HMTL etc. is acceptable.

Please contact the module convenor listed in the module description in module catalogue if you are unsure about these requirements.

COMP4040 Project in Advanced Algorithms and Data Structures 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students from the faculties of Science and Engineering.

Available to undergraduate students, from the faculties of Science and Engineering, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

COMP4019: Advanced Algorithms and Data Structures.

Students must also have significant prior knowledge of Mathematics and Computer Programming, including standard data structures and algorithms.

Please discuss with the module convenor if you are not sure about these requirements.

This module is part of the Foundations of Computer Science theme in the School of Computer Science.

COMP4041 Linear and Discrete Optimization 4 20 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home school is Computer Science.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home school is Computer Science, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

COMP2009 Algorithms Correctness and Efficiency 2 20 Full Year

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

COMP3003 Individual Dissertation 3 40 Full Year

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

COMP1003 Introduction to Software Engineering 1 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

COMP1004 Databases and Interfaces 1 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

COMP1009 Programming Paradigms 1 20 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

COMP2001/2011 Artificial Intelligence Methods 2 20/10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

Students can only study the 10 or 20 credit version of this module, not both.

COMP2003 Advanced Functional Programming 2 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

COMP2004 Introduction to Human Computer Interaction 2 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

COMP2005 Introduction to Image Processing 2 10 Spring

Available to students from the faculties of Science and Engineering.

COMP2006 C++ Programming 2 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

Students must have knowledge and experience of C, Java and object-oriented programming.

COMP2010 Software Specification 2 10 Spring

Available to students from the faculties of Science and Engineering.

COMP2012 Languages and Computation 2 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

COMP2014 Distributed Systems 2 10 Spring

Available to students from the faculties of Science and Engineering.

Students must have experience of imperative and object-oriented programming, including familiarity with Java.

Students must also have basic knowledge of computer networks and are recommended to have some prior knowledge of computer architecture and concurrency.

Please contact the module convenor listed in the module description in module catalogue if you are unsure about these requirements.

COMP3001 Computability 3 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

COMP3004 Designing Intelligent Agents 3 20 Spring

Only available to student whose home school is Computer Science.

COMP3006 Computer Security 3 10 Spring

Available to students from the faculties of Science and Engineering.

COMP3007 Computer Vision 3 20 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

COMP3011 Computer Graphics 3 20 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is Computer Science.

Students must have knowledge of computer programming in C and must have studied maths at secondary/high school level.

COMP3021 Fundamentals of Information Visualisation 3 10 Spring

Available to students within the faculties of Science and Engineering.

COMP3022 Information Visualisation Project 3 10 Spring

Available to students within the faculties of Science and Engineering.

Students must be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

COMP3021: Fundamentals of Information Visualisation.

COMP3077 Cryptography 3 10 Spring

Available to students within the faculties of Science and Engineering.

This module is part of the Operating Systems and Networks theme in the School of Computer Science.

COMP4002 Games 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home school is Computer Science.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home school is Computer Science, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

COMP4024 Software Engineering Management 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home school is Computer Science.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home school is Computer Science, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

COMP4030 Data Modelling and Analysis 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home school is Computer Science.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home school is Computer Science, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

COMP4033 Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Systems 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home school is Computer Science.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home school is Computer Science, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

COMP4036 Mixed Reality 4 20 Spring

Available to students within the faculties of Science and Engineering.

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

COMP4038 Simulation and Optimisation for Decision Support 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home school is Computer Science.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home school is Computer Science, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

COMP4074 Programs, Proofs and Types 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students from the faculties of Science and Engineering.

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

COMP4101 Malware Analysis 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home school is Computer Science.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home school is Computer Science, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

COMP4104 Designing Sensor-Based Systems. 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students from the faculties of Science and Engineering.

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

COMP4124 Big Data Learning and Technologies 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home school is Computer Science.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home school is Computer Science, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

COMP3009: Machine Learning

This module is part of the Artificial Intelligence, Modelling and Optimisation theme in the School of Computer Science.

 

Cultures, Languages and Area Studies

Click on the drop-downs below to view modules for each department within the School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies.   

American and Canadian Studies

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
AMCS2022 The American Pop Century  20 Autumn Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS2033 American Radicalism 2 20 Autumn Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS2048 The US and the World in the American Century: US Foreign Policy, 1898-2008 2 20 Autumn Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS3025 US Foreign Policy, 1989-Present 3 20 Autumn Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS3045 Popular Music Cultures and Countercultures 3 20 Autumn Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS3058 Engaging Asia: The United States, India and Pakistan, 1942-Present 3 20 Autumn Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS3059 'Ethnic' and New Immigrant Writing in the United States 3 20 Autumn Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS2038 America's Borders: Culture at the Limits 2 20 Spring Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS2049 History of American Capitalism 2 20 Spring Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS2052 African American History and Culture 2 20 Spring Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS2057 Business in American Culture 2 20 Spring Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS2058 The CIA and US Foreign Policy, 1945-2012 2 20 Spring Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS3039 Recent Queer Writing 3 20 Spring Available to exchange students from any school/department.
AMCS3061 Sexuality in American History 3 20 Spring Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS3066 Feminist Thought in the US: 1970 to Present 3 20 Spring Available to exchange students from any school/department.
AMCS3069 American Magazine Culture: Journalism, Advertising and Fiction from Independence to the Internet Age 3 20 Spring Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
AMCS3074 Troubled Empire: The Projection of American Global Power from Pearl Harbor to Covid-19 3 20 Spring Only available to students whose home school is CLAS.
 

Contemporary Chinese Studies

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
MLAC2086 Mandarin Chinese for Intermediate Level (2A) 2 20 Autumn Assessment by tutors required to check level of competency.
MLAC3091 Mandarin Chinese for Advanced Level (3A) 3 20 Autumn Assessment by tutors required to check level of competency.
MLAC2193 Mandarin Chinese for the Intermediate Level 2 40 Full Year Available to students who have previously studied Mandarin Chinese at their home university.
MLAC3184 China in the Media: A Clash of Narratives 3 20 Full Year Available to students with sufficient Mandarin skills to read and understand news reports.
MLAC3186 Mandarin Chinese for Proficiency 3 40 Full Year Assessment by tutors required to check level of competency.
MLAC3187 Mandarin Chinese for Research 3 40 Full Year

Assessment by tutors required to check level of competency.

Students must not be studying or have or have studied the equivalent to:

MLAC4036: Mandarin Chinese for Research (5A)

MLAC4037: Mandarin Chinese for Research (5B)

MLAC1064 Language Meaning, Variation and Change 1 10 Spring  
MLAC2088 Mandarin Chinese for the Intermediate Level (2B) 2 20 Spring

Assessment by tutors required to check level of competency.

MLAC3092 Mandarin Chinese for the Advanced Level (3B) 3 20 Spring

Assessment by tutors required to check level of competency.

MLAC3160 The World of Orthodox Sainthood 3 20 Spring

Only availablet to exchange students in the Faculty of Arts

 

Culture, Media and Visual Studies

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
CULT1020/1008 Communication and Culture 1 10/20 Autumn  
CULT1018/1009 Media and Society 1 10/20 Autumn  
CULT1026/1027 Producing Film and Television 1 10/20 Autumn  
CULT1028 Reading Film and Television 1 10 Autumn  
HART1038/1036 History of Art: Renaissance to Revolution 1 10/20 Autumn  
CULT2011 Media Identities: Who We Are and How We Feel 2 20 Autumn  
CULT2021 Political Communication, Public Relations and Propaganda 2 20 Autumn  
CULT2024 Researching Media and Culture 2 10 Autumn Only available to Year 2 International Communication Studies students from the China Campus.
CULT2027 Film/Television in Social and Cultural Context A 2 10 Autumn Only available to Year 2 International Communication Studies students from the China Campus.
CULT2030 The Sixties: Culture and Counterculture 2 20 Autumn  
HART2030 Los Angeles Art and Architecture 1945-1980 2 20 Autumn  
HART2043 Black Art in a White Context 2 20 Autumn  
CULT3018 Screen Encounters: Audiences and Engagement 3 20 Autumn  
CULT3035 Mediating Disaster 3 20 Autumn  
CULT3038 Global Cinema 3 20 Autumn  
CULT3041 Working in Cultural Industries 3 20 Autumn  
HART3008 Dissertation in Art History 3 20 Autumn  
HART3027 Contested Bodies: Gender and Power in the Renaissance 3 20 Autumn  
HART3032 Photographing America 3 20 Autumn  
HART3043 Performance Art 3 20 Autumn  
CULT4058 Mastering the Arts: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Research 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
CULT1029 Reading Film and Television 1 20 Full Year  
CULT3024 Dissertation 3 40 Full Year

Only available to students whose home degree is equivalent to:

International Media and Communication Studies 

CULT1019/1004 Cultures of Everyday Life 1 10/20 Spring  
CULT1021/1015 Communication and Technology 1 10/20 Spring  
CULT1024/1025 Consuming Film and Television 1 10/20 Spring  
HART1039/1035 History of Art: Modern to Contemporary 1 10/20 Spring  
CULT2008 Transnational Media 2 20 Spring  
CULT2023 New Media and Digital Culture 2 20 Spring  
CULT2026 Film/Television in Social and Cultural Context B 2 10 Spring Only available to Year 2 International Media and Communication Studies students from the China Campus.
CULT2031 Memory, Media and Visual Culture 2 20 Spring  
HART2043 Black Art in a White Context: Display, Critique and the 'Other' 2 20 Spring  
CULT3010 Film and Television Genres 3 20 Spring  
CULT3030 Auditory Cultures 3 20 Spring  
CULT3031 Self, Sign and Society 3 20 Spring  
CULT3033 Gender, Sexuality and Media 3 20 Spring  
CULT3034 Public Cultures: Protest, Participation and Power 3 20 Spring  
CULT3043 Media and the Ecological Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities 3 20 Spring

Only available to students whose home degree is equivalent to:

International Media and Communication Studies

HART3054 Fascism, Spectacle and Display 3 20 Spring  
HART3055 Art and Science: 1900 to the Present 3 20 Spring  
CULT4043 Technology and the Transformations of Communication 4 20 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
CULT4057 Arts in Society 4 20 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
 

French Studies

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
MLAC2156 English Literature in European and American Contexts 2 20 Autumn

Not available to students who are studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MLAC2172: English Literature in Modern Languages Contexts

MLAC2167 Art and Contemporary Visual Culture in France 2 10 Autumn

Must be taken with:

MLAC2082: French 2

or students must have equivalent of intermediate level French.

MLAC2172 English Literature in Modern Languages Contexts  2  10  Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MLAC2156: English Literature in European and American Contexts

MLAC3114 Translation into French for Native Speakers of French 3 10 Autumn

Only available to exchange students from partner universities of the Department of French and Francophone Studies.

MLAC1089 Introduction to Translation and Interpreting Studies 1 20 Full Year

Available to students who have the equivalent of post-A-Level French, as part of their degree.

MLAC2168 European Silent Cinema 2 20 Full Year

Only available to students in the Faculty of Arts.

MLAC1064 Language Meaning, Change and Variation 1 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home department is Modern Languages and Cultures.

MLAC1082 Introduction to French Literature: Landmarks in Narrative 1 10 Spring

Must be taken with:

MLAC1150: French 1

or students must have equivalent of grade B or above in A-Level French.

MLAC2169 On Location: Cinematic Explorations of Contemporary France 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MLAC2082: French 2

MLAC2145: French 2 - Beginners

Or students must have intermediate knowledge of French.

MLAC3101 Translation into English for Native Speakers of French 3 10 Spring

Only available to exchange students from partner universities of the Department of French and Francophone Studies.

MLAC3160 The World of Orthodox Sainthood 3 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students in the Faculty of Arts.

MLAC4016 Introduction to Translation Theory 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students from partner universities of the Department of French and Francophone Studies.

 

German Studies

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
MLAC1158 Deutschland Heute 1 10 Autumn

Students must have good knowledge of German, or suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

Post-A-Level German

Or studying:

MLAC1103: German 1

MLAC1159 Hitler and the Third Reich 1 10 Autumn

Students must have good knowledge of German, or suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to post-A-Level German.

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MLAC1160: Introduction to German National Socialism (1933-1945): Hilter and the Third Reich

MLAC1168 From Dictatorship to Democracy: State and Society in the Bonn Republic 1949-1989  10  Autumn  
MLAC2133 The Life and Demise of the GDR 2 10 Autumn  
MLAC2156 English Literature in European and American Contexts 2 20 Autumn

Not available to students who are studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MLAC2172: English Literature in Modern Languages Contexts

MLAC2161 The Fairy Tale in German Culture 2 10 Autumn  
MLAC2172 English Literature in Modern Languages Contexts 2 10 Autumn

Not available to students who are studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MLAC2156:English Literature in European and American Contexts

MLAC2201 History of the German Language from Early Beginnings to the Present Day 2 10 Autumn

Students must have some knowledge of German, or suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MLAC1103: German 1

MLAC1110: German 1 - Beginners

MLAC1089 Introduction to Translation and Interpreting Studies 1 20 Full Year

Available to students who have the equivalent of post-A-Level German, as part of their degree.

MLAC2186 European Silent Cinema 2 20 Full Year  
MLAC3079 Mythology in German Literature 3 20 Full Year

Students must have good knowledge of German, or suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MLAC2124: German 2

MLAC2130: German 2 - Beginners

MLAC3083 Vergangengheitsbewaltigung und Nationale Identität: Geschichte und Gedachtnis nach dem Holocaust 3 20 Full Year

Students must have good knowledge of German, or suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MLAC2124: German 2

MLAC2130: German 2 - Beginners

MLAC3115 Twentieth Century German Theatre: From Avantgarde to Virtual World  3 20 Full Year

Students must have good knowledge of German, or suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MLAC2124: German 2

MLAC2130: German 2 - Beginners

MLAC3173 Widerstand und Opposition in der DDR 3 20 Full Year

Students must have good knowledge of German, or suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MLAC2124: German 2

MLAC2130: German 2 - Beginners

MLAC3185 'Heimat' in the German Cinema 3 20 Full Year

Students must have good knowledge of German, or suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MLAC2124: German 2

MLAC2130: German 2 - Beginners

MLAC1064 Language Meaning, Variation and Change 1 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home department is Modern Languages and Cultures.

MLAC1074 Reading German Literature II 1 10 Spring  
MLAC1091 Sex, Gender and Society in Modern Germany 1 10 Spring  
MLAC2065 Introduction to Literary Translation 2 10 Spring

Students must have some knowledge of German, or suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MLAC1103: German 1

MLAC1110: German 1 - Beginners

MLAC2113 Reason and its Rivals from Kant to Freud 2 10 Spring  
MLAC2119 Media in Germany 2 10 Spring

Students must have some knowledge of German, or suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MLAC1103: German 1

MLAC1110: German 1 - Beginners

MLAC2148 National Socialist Germany 2 10 Spring

Students must have some knowledge of German, or suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MLAC1103: German 1

MLAC1110: German 1 - Beginners

MLAC2192 The Language of German Media - Linguistics and Journalistic Perspectives 2 10 Spring

Students must have some knowledge of German, or suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MLAC1103: German 1

MLAC1110: German 1 - Beginners

MLAC3160 The World of Orthodox Sainthood 3 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students in the Faculty of Arts.

 

Language Centre

Language Centre module enrolment

The Language Centre offers one semester 10-credit modules at beginner level and above in the languages below. 

Language Centre module enrolment sessions

Pre-registration online does not guarantee a place on a module. You will be asked to complete a form so that you are registered for the correct level. This will be done once you are fully registered at the University of Nottingham.

Further information

If you have any queries about choosing a Language Centre module or for more information, including taking a language module as an evening class or not for credits, please visit the Language Centre or contact us directly.

Language Centre

Contact the Language Centre

Arabic

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
LANG1019 Inter Faculty Arabic 1a 1 10 Autumn/Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1023 Culture of Arabic Language 1 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1045 Exploring Language and Linguistics 1 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1059 Inter Faculty Stage 1 Arabic for Heritage Speakers 1 10 Autumn/Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1091 Exploring Intercultural Awareness 1 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG2017 Inter Faculty Arabic 2a 2 10/10 Autumn/Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2052 Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages 2 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG1018 Inter Faculty Arabic 1b 1 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2018 Inter Faculty Arabic 2b 2 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
 

French

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
LANG1001 Inter Faculty French 1a 1 10 Autumn/Spring Must be a complete beginner in French and attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1045 Exploring Language and Linguistics 1 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1091 Exploring Intercultural Awareness 1 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG2001 Inter Faculty French 2a 2 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2019 French Stage 2A for UNNC/UNM Exchange Students 2 20 Autumn

Available to UNNC/UNM exchange students stying International Communications Studies/International Studies/International Business.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre

LANG2052 Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages 2 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG3001 Inter Faculty French 3a 3 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG3005 Inter Faculty French 4a 3 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG4001 Inter Faculty French 5a 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LANG3012: Inter Faculty French 4b

or have the equivalent of one year of post-A-Level language tuition.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG4007 Inter Faculty French 6a 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LANG4002: Inter Faculty French 5b

or have the equivalent of one year of post-A-Level language tuition.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG1008 Inter Faculty French 1b 1 10 Spring

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG2023 French Stage 2B for UNNC/UNM Exchange Students 2 20 Spring

Available to UNNC/UNM exchange students stying International Communications Studies/International Studies/International Business.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre

LANG3008 Inter Faculty French 3b 3 10 Spring

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG3012 Inter Faculty French 4b 3 10 Spring

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG4002 Inter Faculty French 5b 4 10 Spring

Available to undergraduate students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LANG4001: Inter Faculty French 5a

or have the equivalent of one year of post-A-Level language tuition.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG4010 Inter Faculty French 6b 4 10 Spring

Available to undergraduate students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LANG4007: Inter Faculty French 6a

or have the equivalent of one year of post-A-Level language tuition.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

 

German

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
LANG1002 Inter Faculty German 1a 1 10 Autumn/Spring Must be a complete beginner in German and attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1045 Exploring Language and Linguistics 1 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1091 Exploring Intercultural Awareness 1 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG2003 Inter Faculty German 2a 2 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2021 German Stage 2A for UNNC/UNM Exchange Students 2 20 Autumn

Available to UNNC/UNM exchange students studying International Communications Studies/International Studies/International Business.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG2052 Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages 2 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG3002 Inter Faculty German 3a 3 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG3006 Inter Faculty German 4a 3 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG4003 Inter Faculty German 5a 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LANG3013: Inter Faculty German 4b

Or have the equivalent of one year of post-A-Level language tuition.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG1009 Inter Faculty German 1b 1 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2004 Inter Faculty German 2b 2 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2024 German Stage 2B for UNNC/UNM Exchange Students 2 20 Spring

Available to UNNC/UNM exchange students studying International Communications Studies/International Studies/International Business.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre

LANG3009 Inter Faculty German 3b 3 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG3013 Inter Faculty German 4b 3 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG4004 Inter Faculty German 5b 4 10  Spring

Available to undergraduate students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LANG4003: Inter Faculty German 5a

Or have the equivalent of one year of post-A-Level language tuition.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

 

Italian

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
LANG1003 Inter Faculty Italian 1a 1 10 Autumn/Spring Must be a complete beginner in Italian and attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1045 Exploring Language and Linguistics 1 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1091 Exploring Intercultural Awareness 1 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG2011 Inter Faculty Italian 2a 2 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2052 Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages 2 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG1010 Inter Faculty Italian 1b 1 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2005 Inter Faculty Italian 2b 2 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
 

Japanese

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
LANG1004 Inter Faculty Japanese 1a 1 10 Autumn/Spring Must be a complete beginner in Japanese and attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1045 Exploring Language and Linguistics 1 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1091 Exploring Intercultural Awareness 1 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG2012 Inter Faculty Japanese 2a 2 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2022 Japanese Stage 2A for UNNC/UNM Exchange Students 2 20 Autumn

Available to UNNC/UNM exchange students studying International Communications Studies/International Studies/International Business.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre

LANG2052 Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages 2 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG3003 Inter Faculty Japanese 3a 3 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG3024 Japanese 3A for UNNC Exchange Students 3 20 Autumn Available to UNNC exchange students studying International Communications Studies, International Studies or International Business.
LANG1011 Inter Faculty Japanese 1b 1 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2006 Inter Faculty Japanese 2b 2 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG3010 Inter Faculty Japenese 3b 3 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG3025 Japenese 3B for UNNC Exchange Students 3 20 Spring Available to UNNC exchange students studying International Communications Studies, International Studies or International Business.
 

Korean

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
LANG1045 Exploring Language and Linguistics 1 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1087 Inter Faculty Korean 1a 1 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1091 Exploring Intercultural Awareness 1 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG2052 Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages 2 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG2079 Korean 2a for UNNC/UNM Exchange Students 2 20 Autumn

Available to UNNC/UNM exchange students studying International Communications Studies/International Studies/International Business.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG2081 Inter Faculty Korean 2a 2 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LANG1088: Inter Faculty Korean 1b

Or have comparable level of competence in Korean.

LANG1088 Inter Faculty Korean 1b 1 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2080 Korean Stage 2b for UNNC/UNM Exchange Students 2 20 Spring

Available to UNNC/UNM exchange students studying International Communications Studies/International Studies/International Business.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG2082 Inter Faculty Korean 2b 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LANG2081: Inter Faculty Korean 2a

Or have comparable level of competence in Korean.

 

Mandarin Chinese

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
LANG1014 Inter Faculty Mandarin 1a 1 10 Autumn/Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1045 Exploring Language and Linguistics 1 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1091 Exploring Intercultural Awareness 1 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG2013 Inter Faculty Mandarin Chinese 2a 2 10 Autumn

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG2052 Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages 2 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG3017 Inter Faculty Mandarin Chinese 3a 3 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG3019 Inter Faculty Mandarin Chinese 4a 3 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG4050 Mandarin Chinese for Cantonese Speakers 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students.

Available to students from overseas Chinese communities e.g. Canada, Hong Kong, Macau, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the USA and the UK.

LANG1015 Inter Faculty Mandarin 1b 1 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2014 Inter Faculty Mandarin 2b 2 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG3018 Inter Faculty Mandarin 3b 3 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG3020 Inter Faculty Mandarin 4b 3 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG4051 Mandarin Chinese for Cantonese Speakers B 4 10 Spring

Available to undergraduate students.

Available to students from overseas Chinese communities e.g. Canada, Hong Kong, Macau, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the USA and the UK.

 

Russian

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
LANG1006 Inter Faculty Russian 1a 1 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1045 Exploring Language and Linguistics 1 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1091 Exploring Intercultural Awareness 1 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG2007 Inter Faculty Russian 2a 2 10 Autumn

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG2052 Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages 2 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG1012 Inter Faculty Russian 1b 1 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2008 Inter Faculty Russian 2b 2 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
 

Spanish

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
LANG1007 Inter Faculty Spanish 1a 1 10 Autumn/Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1045 Exploring Language and Linguistics 1 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG1091 Exploring Intercultural Awareness 1 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG2009 Inter Faculty Spanish 2a 2 10 Autumn

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG2020 Spanish Stage 2a for UNNC/UNM Exchange Students 2 20 Autumn

Available to UNNC/UNM exchange students studying International Communications Studies/International Studies/International Business.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG2052 Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages 2 10 Autumn/Spring  
LANG3004 Inter Faculty Spanish 3a 3 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG3007 Inter Faculty Spanish 4a 3 10 Autumn Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG4005 Inter Faculty Spanish 5a 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LANG3014: Inter Faculty Spanish 4b

Or have the equivalent of one year of post-A-Level language tuition.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG4009 Inter Faculty Spanish 6a 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG1013 Inter Faculty Spanish 1b 1 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2010 Inter Faculty Spanish 2b 2 10 Spring Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.
LANG2025 Spanish Stage 2b for UNNC/UNM Exchange Students 2 20 Spring

Available to UNNC/UNM exchange students studying International Communications Studies/International Studies/International Business.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG3011 Inter Faculty Spanish 3b 3 10 Spring

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG3014 Inter Faculty Spanish 4b 3 10 Spring

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG4006 Inter Faculty Spanish 5b 4 10 Spring

Available to undergraduate exchange students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LANG4005: Inter Faculty Spanish 5a

Or have the equivalent of one year post-A-Level language tuition.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

LANG4011 Inter Faculty Spanish 6b 4 10 Spring

Available to undergraduate students.

Must attend an assessment by the Language Centre.

 
 

Liberal Arts

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
LIBA1002 Introduction to Liberal Arts 1 20 Autumn  
LIBA2004 Living in the Anthropocene: Meaning, Representation and Participation in a More-Than-Human World 2 20 Autumn  
LIBA2003 Nottingham Futures 2 20 Full Year  
LIBA1001 Explorations: Space and Place 1 20 Spring  
LIBA2001 Material Cultures 2 20 Spring  
LIBA2002 Migration and Identity in a Global Context 2 20 Spring  
LIBA3005 Created Spaces 2 20 Spring  
 

Russian and Slavonic Studies

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
MLAC1165/1161/
1166
The Soviet Experiment 1 10/20/10 Autumn/Full Year/Spring  
MLAC2156 English Literature in European and American Contexts 2 20 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MLAC2172: English Literature in Modern Languages Contexts

MLAC2166 The History and Culture of Early Russia, c.800-1400 2 20 Autumn  
MLAC2172 English Literature in Modern Languages Contexts 2 10 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MLAC2156: English Literature in European and American Contexts

MLAC2194 Screening Russia: Film and Society from the Tsars to Stalin 2 10 Autumn  
MLAC3050 Interpreting 3 10 Autumn Advanced level Russian required.
MLAC3077 Myths and Memories: Histories of Russia's Second World War 3 20 Autumn  
MLAC3086 Russian Popular Music in the 20th and 21st Centuries 3 20 Autumn

Must be taken with:

MLAC3084: Russian 3

or students must have equivalent of final-year/advanced level Russian.

MLAC1089 Introduction to Translation and Interpreting Studies 1 20 Full Year

Available to students who have equivalent of post-A-Level Russian, as part of their degree.

MLAC1163 Russian 1 1 20 Full Year  
MLAC2051 Media in Russia 2 20 Full Year  
MLAC2168 European Silent Cinema 2 20 Full Year

Only available to students in the Faculty of Arts.

MLAC2187 Russian 2 - Beginners 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MLAC1162: Russian 1 - Beginners

MLAC2188 Russian 2 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MLAC1163: Russian 1

MLAC3073 Serbian/Croatian 2 3 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MLAC2057: Serbian/Croatian 1 - Beginners

Or intermediate knowledge of Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian or Montenegrin required.

MLAC3084 Russian 3 3 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MLAC2188: Russian 2

MLAC2187: Russian 2 - Beginners

Or students must have intermediate knowledge of Russian.

MLAC1064 Language Meaning, Variation and Change 1 10 Spring Only available to students whose home department is Modern Languages and Cultures.
MLAC2054 War and Peace in Yugoslav Literature 2 20 Spring  
MLAC2199 Post-Soviet Film and Identity 2 10 Spring  
MLAC3066 Brotherhood and Unity: Yugoslavia on Film 3 20 Spring  
MLAC3160 The World of Orthodox Sainthood 3 20 Spring Only available to exchange students in the Faculty of Arts.
 

Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
MLAC1084/1075 Spanish 1 1 10/10 Autumn/Spring Only available to exchange students whose home department is SPLAS.
MLAC1092/1077 Literature in Spanish 1 10/10 Autumn/Spring  
MLAC1100 Moderin Latin American History 1 10 Autumn  
MLAC1108 Culture and Society in Brazil, Portugal and Portugese-speaking Africa 1 10 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MLAC1104: Culture and Society in Brazil, Portugal and Portuguese-speaking Africa (Full Year)

MLAC1111: Culture and Society in Brazil, Portugal and Portuguese-speaking Africa (Spring)

MLAC1114/1081 Spanish 1 - Beginners 1 20/20 Autumn/Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is SPLAS.

MLAC2050/2091/
2056
Modern Spanish and Spanish American Literature 2 10/20/10 Autumn/Full Year/Spring

Reading knowledge of Spanish required.

MLAC2066/2089/
2178
Nation Building and National Identities in the Lusophone World 2 10/20/10 Autumn/Full Year/Spring

Reading knowledge of Portuguese required.

MLAC2096/2094/
2099
New World(s): Contacts, Conquests and Conflict in Early Modern Hispanic History and Culture 2 10/20/10 Autumn/Full Year/Spring

Reading knowledge of Spanish required.

MLAC2112/2114 Hispanic Cinemas 2 10/10 Autumn/Spring

Reading knowledge of Spanish required.

MLAC2156 English Literature in European and American Contexts 2 20 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MLAC2172: English Literature in Modern Languages Contexts

MLAC2172 English Literature in Modern Languages Contexts 2 10 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MLAC2156: English Literature in European and American Contexts

MLAC3105/3122 Portuguese 3 3 10/10 Autumn/Spring

Good knowledge of Portuguese required.

MLAC1089 Introduction to Translation and Interpreting Studies 1 20 Full Year

Available to students who have equivalent of post-A-Level Spanish, as part of their degree.

MLAC1104 Culture and Society in Brazil, Portugal and Portuguese-speaking Africa 1 20 Full Year

Not available to students who are studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MLAC1108: Culture and Society in Brazil, Portugal and Portuguese-speaking Africa (Autumn)

MLAC1111: Culture and Society in Brazil, Portugal and Portuguese-speaking Africa (Spring)

MLAC2059 Spanish 2 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MLAC1060: Spanish 1

MLAC2062 Portuguese 2 - Beginners 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MLAC1049: Portuguese 1 - Beginners

MLAC2085 Spanish 2 - Beginners 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MLAC1058: Spanish 1 - Beginners

MLAC2168 European Silent Cinema 2 20 Full Year

Only available to students in the Faculty of Arts.

MLAC3044 Spanish American Narrative and Film 3 20 Full Year

Good knowledge of Spanish required.

MLAC3059 Portuguese 3 3 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MLAC2062: Portuguese 2 - Beginners

MLAC3070 Conflict and Post-Conflict Societies through Literature and Film 3 20 Full Year  
MLAC3076 Spanish 3 3 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MLAC2059: Spanish 2

MLAC2085: Spanish 2 - Beginners

MLAC3129 Politics and Literature in Contemporary Spain 3 20 Full Year

Good knowledge of Spanish required.

MLAC1064 Language Meaning, Variation and Change 1 10 Spring

Only available to language students whose home department is Modern Languages and Cultures.

MLAC1070 Modern Latin American History, Part 2 1 10 Spring  
MLAC3160 The World of Orthodox Sainthood 3 20 Spring Only available to exchange students in the Faculty of Arts.
 
 

Economics

Economics modules are only available to exchange students whose home school is Economics.
Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
ECON1013 Economic Integration I 1 10 Autumn  
ECON1019 Growth and Development in Long-Run Historical Persepective 1 10 Autumn  
ECON1022 Foundations of Microeconomics: Choice, Markets and Welfare 1 10 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to either of the following:

ECON1050: Introduction to Economics

ECON1043: Foundations of Economics

ECON1051 The Politics of Economics and the Economics of Politicians 1 10 Autumn  
ECON2001 Microeconomic Theory 2 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

ECON1001: Introduction to Microeconomics

ECON1050: Introduction to Economics

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

ECON2017: Principles of Microeconomics

ECON2002 Econometric Theory I 2 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

ECON1044: Mathematical Economics and Econometrics

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to either of the following:

ECON2005: Applied Econometrics I

BUSI3030: Applied Econometrics

ECON2005 Applied Econometrics I 2 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

ECON1044: Mathematical Economics and Econometrics

ECON1045: Quantitative Economics

ECON1046: Mathematical Economics and Statistical Methods

ECON1047: Quantitative Methods

ECON1050: Introduction to Economics

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

ECON2002: Econometric Theory I

ECON2007 International Trade 2 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

ECON2001: Microeconomic Theory

ECON2017: Principles of Microeconomics

ECON2008 Monetary Economics 2 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

ECON1002: Introduction to Macroeconomics

ECON1023: Foundations of Macroeconomics, Growth, Cycles and Policy

ECON1043: Foundations of Economics

ECON1050: Introduction to Economics

ECON2009 Labour Economics 2 10 Autumn

Must be taken with:

ECON2001: Microeconomic Theory

ECON2017: Principles of Microeconomics

ECON2011 Experimental and Behavioural Economics 2 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites or be studying the equivalent to either of the following:

ECON2001: Microeconomic Theory

ECON2017: Principles of Microeconomics

ECON2013 Development Economics 2 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites or be studying the equivalent to:

ECON2001: Microeconomic Theory

ECON2017: Principles of Microeconomics

ECON2017 Principles of Microeconomics 2 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

ECON1022: Foundations of Microeconomics: Choice, Markets and Welfare

ECON1043: Foundations of Economics 

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

ECON2001: Microeconomic Theory

ECON3002 Advanced Macroeconomics 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

ECON2003: Macroeconomic Theory

ECON2018: Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON3003 Advanced Public Economics 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

ECON2001: Microeconomic Theory

ECON2017: Principles of Microeconomics

ECON3005 Advanced Development Economics 3 20 Autumn  
ECON3006 Advanced International Trade I 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

ECON2001: Microeconomic Theory

ECON2017: Principles of Microeconomics

ECON3013 Advanced Financial Economics 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

ECON2003: Macroeconomic Theory

ECON2018: Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON3022 Microeconometric Methods 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

ECON2002: Econometric Theory I

ECON2005: Applied Econometrics I

ECON2045: Econometric Theory

ECON2046: Applied Econometrics

ECON3026 Advanced Labour Economics 3 20 Autumn  
ECON3027 Economic Policy Analysis I 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

ECON2003: Macroeconomic Theory

ECON2018: Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON3030 Numerical Methods in Economics 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

ECON1044: Mathematical Economics and Econometrics

ECON1045: Quantitative Economics

ECON1046: Mathematical Economics and Statistical Methods

ECON1050 Introduction to Economics 1 40 Full Year

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

ECON1043: Foundations of Economics

ECON3012 Advanced Econometric Theory 3 30 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

ECON2002: Econometric Theory I

ECON2004: Econometric Theory II

ECON2045: Econometric Theory

ECON2003 Macroeconomic Theory 2 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

ECON1002: Introduction to Macroeconomics

ECON1050: Introduction to Economics

ECON2004 Econometric Theory II 2 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

ECON2002: Econometric Theory I
 
Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to any of the following:

ECON2006: Applied Econometrics II

BUSI3030: Applied Econometrics

MATH3026: Time Series Analysis

ECON2006 Applied Econometrics II 2 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

ECON2005: Applied Econometrics I

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

ECON2004: Econometric Theory II

ECON2010 Industrial Economics 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

ECON2001: Microeconomic Theory

ECON2017: Principles of Microeconomics

ECON2012 Financial Economics 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

ECON1002: Introduction to Macroeconomics

ECON1023: Foundations of Macroeconomics: Growth, Cycles and Policy

ECON1043: Foundations of Economics

ECON1050: Introduction to Economics

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

BUSI2033: Economics of Corporate Strategy

ECON2014 Public Sector Economics 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

ECON1001: Introduction to Microeconomics

ECON1022: Foundations of Microeconomics: Choice, Markets and Welfare

ECON1043: Foundations of Economics

ECON1050: Introduction to Economics

ECON2015 Environmental and Resource Economics 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

ECON2001: Microeconomic Theory

ECON2017: Principles of Microeconomics

ECON2016 Political Economy 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

ECON2001: Microeconomic Theory

ECON2017: Principles of Microeconomics

ECON2018 Principles of Macroeconomics 2 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

ECON1023: Foundations of Macroeconomics: Growth, Cycles and Policy

ECON1043: Foundations of Economics

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

BUSI2003: Macroeconomic Theory

 

Education

The majority of Education modules below are taught on the Jubilee Campus, which is 10 minutes from the University Park Campus by the Hopper Bus or around a 15 minute walk.
Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
EDUC1022 Purposes of Education 1 20 Autumn  
EDUC4217 Language Teaching: Methodology and Curriculum 4 30 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
EDUC4221 Understanding L2 Chinese Learning and the Learner 4 30 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
EDUC1018 Big Ideas in Education: Inclusion, Equalities, Rights and Justice 1 20 Spring  
EDUC4033 The Future Digital Education 4 30 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
EDUC4062 Social Contexts of Learning 4 30 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
EDUC4125 Literacies and Learning In and Out of School 4 30 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
EDUC4216 Assessment in Language Education 4 30 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
EDUC4219 Materials and Technology in Language Education 4 30 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
EDUC4223 Exploring TCSOL in Context 4 30 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
EDUC4314 Global Perspectives on Early Childhood Education 4 30 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
 

Engineering

Click on the drop-downs below to view modules for each department within the Faculty of Engineering. 

Architecture and Built Environment

Students must submit a portfolio in addition to the application form, in order to be considered for Architecture and Built Environment modules.

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
ABEE2001 Acoustics and Lighting 2 10 Autumn  
ABEE2005 Architectural Design Studio 2A 2 30 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

ABEE1002: Architectural Design Studio 1A

ABEE1003: Architectural Design Studio 1B

ABEE2008 Tectonics 2A 2 10 Autumn  
ABEE2042 Fluid Mechanics and Built Environment 1 2 10 Autumn  
ABEE3004 Urban Design Theory 3 10 Autumn  
ABEE3006 Architectural Humanities III: Theories in Contemporary Architecture 3 10 Autumn  
ABEE3034 Tall Buildings and High Density Cities 3 10 Autumn  
ABEE3035 Sustainable Urbanism 3 10 Autumn  
ABEE3043 Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer 2 3 10 Autumn  
ABEE4004 Urban Design Theory and Practice 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
ABEE4006 Building with the Past 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
ABEE4007 Design Fabrication 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange.
ABEE4010 High Rise Buildings and Vertical Urbanism 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
ABEE4031 Design Build Theory and Practicum 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
ABEE4033 Design, Culture and Context 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
ABEE4040 Architectural Research Studio 4 30 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Course director permission is required before enrolment.

Students must send a portfolio and Curriculum Vitae (CV) for consideration.

Students are expected to enrol in other modules, which support this module.

ABEE4045 Advanced Design Project 1 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Comprises of various specialist studios that require student to already have core undergraduate architectural skills at advanced level.

Students must meet the studio specific co-requisites.

ABEE1005 Tectonics 1 1 20 Full Year  
ABEE1006 Architectural Humanities I: History of Architecture 1 20 Full Year  
ABEE2003 Integrated Design in Architecture 2A 2 10 Full Year  
ABEE2007 Environmental Science for Architects 2 2 20 Full Year  
ABEE4008  Research Skills 4 20  Full Year Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
ABEE2006 Architectural Design Studio 2B 2 30 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

ABEE1002: Architectural Design Studio 1A

ABEE2006: Architectural Design Studio 2B

ABEE2009 Tectonics 2B 2 10 Spring  
ABEE2010 Architectural Humanities II 2 10 Spring  
ABEE2039 Electricity and the Built Environment 2 10 Spring  
ABEE2044 Simulation and Design 2 10 Spring  
ABEE2045 Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer 1 2 10 Spring  
ABEE3040 Fluid Dynamics and the Built Environment 2 3 10 Spring  
ABEE4011 Case Study Project 4 20 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
ABEE4019 Urban Design Management 4 20 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
ABEE4032 Architectural Design Studio 4 30 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Students must study the following co-requisites:

ABEE4041: Professional Studies

ABEE4038: Environment and Technology 2

Course director permission is required before enrolment.

Students must send a portfolio and Curriculum Vitae (CV) for consideration.

Students are expected to enrol in other modules, which support this module.

ABEE4037 Theory and Research in Architecture 4 10 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

ABEE4038 Environment and Technology 2 4 10 Spring

Students must study the following co-requisites:

ABEE4032: Architectural Design Studio

ABEE4041: Professional Studies

ABEE4046 Advanced Design Studio Project 2 4 30 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Comprises of various specialist studios that require student to already have core undergraduate architectural skills at advanced level.

Students must meet the studio specific co-requisites.

 

Chemical and Environmental Engineering

Chemical and Environmental Engineering modules are only available to students whose home department is Chemical and Environmental Engineering.
Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
CHEE2003 Chemical and Phase Equilibria 2 10 Autumn  
CHEE1009 Introductory Geology 1 10 Spring  
CHEE1035 Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer 1 20 Spring  
CHEE2008 Process Engineering Project 2 10 Spring  
CHEE2047 Materials and Sustainable Processes 2 20 Spring  
CHEE2048 Process Design and Control 2 20 Spring  
CHEE3003 Process Simulation 1 3 10 Spring  
CHEE3005 Multicomponent Separations 3 10 Spring  
CHEE3007 Advanced Transport Phenomena 3 10 Spring  
CHEE3014 Hazardous Waste Management 3 10 Spring  
CHEE4001 Advanced Reaction Engineering 4 10 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
CHEE4002 Multiphase Systems 4 10 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
CHEE4004 Advanced Computational Methods 4 10 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
CHEE4011 Process Risk Benefit and Analysis 4 10 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
CHEE4012 Water Treatment Engineering 4 10 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
CHEE4014 Research Planning 4 10 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
CHEE4025 Air Pollution 2 4 10 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
CHEE4026 Contaminated Land 4 10 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
CHEE4027 Petroleum Engineering 4 10 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
 

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
EEEE3002 Power Networks 3 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

EEEE3007 Digital Communications 3 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

EEEE3016 Embedded Computing 3 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

EEEE3019 Renewable Generation Technologies 3 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

EEEE3024 Robotics, Dynamics and Control 3 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

EEEE3086 Optical Networks 3 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

EEEE3087 Mobile Technologies 3 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.


Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

EEEE3089 Sensing Systems and Signal Processing 3 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

EEEE3090 Advanced Engineering Mathematics 3 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

EEEE3100 Professional Studies 3 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

EEEE4112 Power Systems for Aerospace, Marine and Automotive Applications 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

EEEE4114 Advanced AC Drives 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

EEEE4117 Advanced Electrical Machines 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

EEEE4119 Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

EEEE4121 Distributed Generation and Alternative Energy 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

EEEE4123 HDL for Programmable Devices 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

EEEE4127 Optical and Photonics Technology 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

EEEE4128 RF Electronics 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year.

 

Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
MMME2045 Materials in Design 2 10 Autumn  
MMME3044 Industrial Design and Professional Practice 3B 3 10 Autumn  
MMME3047 Materials and Manufacture 3 3 10 Autumn  
MMME3084 Advanced Dynamics and Vibration 3 20 Autumn  
MMME3085 Computer Engineering and Mechatronics 3 20 Autumn Only available to students whose home department is MMME.
MMME4056 Integrated Systems Analysis 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
MMME4058 Biomedical Applications of Biomaterials 4 20 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home department is MMME.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home department is MMME, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

MMME4090 Aerospace Industry Organisation 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home department is MMME.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home department is MMME, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

MMME4094 Polymer Engineering 4 10 Autumn

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home department is MMME.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home department is MMME, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

MMME1029 Materials and Manufacturing 1 20 Full Year Only available to students whose home department is MMME.
MMME3045 Industrial Design and Professional Practice 3 3 20 Full Year  
MMME2048 Design for Manufacture 2 10 Spring Only available to students whose home department is MMME.
MMME3048 Materials and Manufacture 4 3 10 Spring Only available to students whose home department is MMME.
MMME3057 Aerospace Manufacturing Technology 3 10 Spring

Available to students whose home department is Science and Engineering.

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home department is MMME.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home department is MMME, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

MMME3081 Thermofluids 3 3 20 Spring Only available to students whose home department is MMME.
MMME4059 Joining Technology 4 10 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students, whose home department is MMME.

Available to undergraduate students, whose home department is MMME, in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

MMME4102 Additive Manufacturing and 3D-Printing 4 10 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
 
 

Geography

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
GEOG1002/1012 Planet Earth: Exploring the Physical Environment 1 10/10 Autumn/Spring

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

GEOL1002: Planet Earth: Exploring the Physical Environment

GEOG1010 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems 1 10 Autumn  
GEOG1018 Globalisation: Economy, Space and Power 1 10 Autumn  
GEOG2006/2020 The Changing Environment 2 10/10 Autumn/Spring

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

GEOL2001: The Changing Environment

GEOG2029/2014/
2019
Spatial Decision Making 2 10/20/10 Autumn/
Full Year/
Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

GEOG1010: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

GEOG2034 Urban Geography 2 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

GEOG1008: Exploring Human Geography

GEOG3028 Environmental Modelling 3 20 Autumn  
GEOG1008 Exploring Human Geography 1 20 Full Year

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to the following:

GEOG1003/1016: Exploring Human Geography

GEOG2073 Living with Hazards 2 20 Full Year

Students must receive the module convenor's approval in order to study this module.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

GEOL1002: Planet Earth: Exploring the Physical Environment

GEOG3012 Geographies of Money and Finance 3 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

GEOG2016: Economic Geography

GEOG3015 Freshwater Management 3 20 Full Year  
GEOG3022 Geospatial Technologies: Mobile, Augmented and Virtual 3 20 Full Year  
GEOG3061 Just Futures and their Geographies 3 20 Full Year

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to the following: 

GEOG1008: Exploring Human Geography

GEOG1014 On Earth and Life 1 10 Spring  
GEOG1017 Exploring Place 1 10 Spring  
GEOG2012 Techniques in Geography 2 10 Spring  
GEOG2016 Economic Geography 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

GEOG1008: Exploring Human Geography

GEOG2021 Earth Observation 2 10 Spring  
GEOG2033 Cultural and Historical Geography 2 10 Spring

Students must not be studying or have already studied the equivalent to:

GEOG2017: Cultural and Historical Geography (Full Year)

 

History

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
HIST1004 Making the Middle Ages 500-1500  1  10  Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

HIST1005: Making the Middle Ages 1200-1500

HIST1007 Themes in Early Modern History 1 10 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

HIST1008: Themes in Early Modern History

HIST1010 Roads to Modernity: An Introduction to Modern History 1750-1945 (Part 1) 1 10 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to: 

HIST1011: Roads to Modernity: An Introduction to Modern History 1750-1945 (Part 2)

HIST1015 The Contemporary World Since 1945 (Part 1) 1 10 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

HIST1016: The Contemporary World Since 1945 (Part 2)

HIST2003 Consumers and Citizens: Society and Culture in 18th Century England 2 20 Autumn

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2022 The Victorian's: Life, Thought and Culture 2 20 Autumn

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2023 The Second World War and Social Change in Britain, 1939-1951: Went The Day Well? 2 20 Autumn

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2024 Soviet State and Society, 1917-1991 2 20 Autumn

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2025 Race, Rights and Propaganda: Race and Identity in the Cold War Era, 1945-1990 2 20 Autumn

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2027 Heroes and Villains of the Middle Ages 2 20 Autumn

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2029 European Fascisms, 1900-1945 2 20 Autumn

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2041 The Stranger Next Door: Jews and Christians in the Middle Ages 2 20 Autumn

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2044 Sex, Lies and Gossip? Women in Medieval England 2 20 Autumn

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2047 A Tale of Seven Kingdoms: From the Age of Bede to Alfred the Great  20  Autumn

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

Students must have the following pre-requisites, equivalent to:

HIST1001/1002: Learning History

HIST2050 International History of the Middle East and North Africa 1918-1995 2 20 Autumn Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.
HIST2056 Imagining 'Britain': Decolonising Tolkien et al 2 20 Autumn Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.
HIST2057 Rethinking the Tudors: Monarchy, Society and Religion in England, 1485-1603 2 20 Autumn

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

Students must have the following pre-requisites, equivalent to:

HIST1001/1002: Learning History

HIST1005 Making the Middle Ages 1200-1500 1 10 Spring

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

HIST1004: Making the Middle Ages 500-1500

HIST1008 Themes in Early Modern History 1 10 Spring

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

HIST1007: Themes in Early Modern History

HIST1011 Roads to Modernity: An Introduction to Modern History 1750-1945 (Part 2) 1 10 Spring

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

HIST1010: Roads to Modernity: An Introduction to Modern History 1750-1945 (Part 1)

HIST1016 The Contemporary World Since 1945 (Part 2) 1 10 Spring

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

HIST1015: The Contemporary World Since 1945 (Part 1)

HIST2001 Kingship in Crisis: Politics, People and Power in Late-medieval England 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2006 Sexuality in Early Medieval Europe 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2008 Environmental History: Nature and the Western World, 1800-2000 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2015 Communities, Crime and Punishment in England c.1500-1800 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2017 British Foreign Policy and the Origins of the World Wars, 1895-1939 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2030 The Venetian Republic, c.1450-1575 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2032 De-industrialisation: A Social and Cultural History, c.1970-1990 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2035 Liberating Africa: Decolonisation, Development and the Cold War 1919-1994 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2038 The British Empire from Emancipation to the Boer War 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2046 Poverty, Disease and Disability: Britain, 1795-1930 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2049 Rule and Resistance in Colonial India 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2052 The Politics of Memory in Postwar Western Europe: from Blitz to Brexit 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2054 Travel and Adventure in the Medieval World 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2058 Empire, Gender and Selfhood: Transgender History in Global Context 1750-1870 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2060 Commodities, Consumption and Connections: the Global World of Things 1500-1800 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

HIST2061 The Rise of Modern China c. 1840-1949 2 20 Spring

Only available to exchange students whose home department is History.

 

Law

Law modules are only available to exchange students whose home school is Law.

Autumn semester

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
LAWW2018 Legal Research Project A (for second year students) 2 10 Autumn  
LAWW2021 The Creation of the Common Law: Power, Society and Legal Change in England c.1000-1250 2 20 Autumn  
LAWW2022 Online Regulation and E-Commerce (Internet Law A) 2 20 Autumn  
LAWW3088 Family Law 3 20 Autumn  
LAWW3089 UK Human Rights Law 3 20 Autumn  
LAWW3090 Foundations of Criminal Evidence 3 20 Autumn Students must have studied Criminal Law and/or Criminal Procedure at their home university.
LAWW3093 Advanced Tort 3 20 Autumn  
LAWW3094 Classical Legal Theory 3 20 Autumn  
LAWW3097 Employment Law 3 20 Autumn  
LAWW3100 Foundations of Public International Law 3 20 Autumn  
LAWW3103 Legal Issues in Health Care 3 20 Autumn  
LAWW3105 Intellectual Property 3 20 Autumn  
LAWW3109 Issues in Company Law 3 20 Autumn  
LAWW3138 Privacy and Data Protection Law 3 20 Autumn  
LAWW4001 Principles of Public International Law 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4005 Law of International Trade Finance 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4012 International Law on the Use of Force 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4018 The World Trading System 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4019 Public Procurement Law 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4042 EU Single Market Law 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4070 International Investment Law 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4075 Advanced Copyright and Design Law 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4092 International Criminal Law 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4097 United Nations Law 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4122 Economic and Social Rights 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4124 International Commercial Arbitration 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4128 International Sale of Goods 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4157 The Private International Law of Intellectual Property 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4161 Introduction to Energy Law 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4163 International Environmental Law in Practice 4 15 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
 

Full Year

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
LAWW1004 Introduction to Law and Legal Theory (LLB) 1 30 Full Year  
LAWW1005 Introduction to Law and Legal Theory (BA) 1 20 Full Year  
LAWW1013 Law of Contract 1 30 Full Year  
LAWW1014 Public Law 1 30 Full Year  
LAWW2013 Land Law 2 30 Full Year  
LAWW2014 Criminal Law 2 30 Full Year  
LAWW2017 Foundations of Tort 2 30 Full Year  
LAWW2023 Student Law Office 2 20 Full Year  
LAWW3017 Dissertation 3 40 Full Year

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

LAWW3085: Independent Study C

LAWW3085 Independent Study C 3 20 Full Year

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

LAWW3017: Dissertation

LAWW3086 Maritime Law 3 20 Full Year  
LAWW3091 International Wildlife Law 3 20 Full Year  
LAWW3099 Foundations of International Criminal Law 3 20 Full Year  
LAWW3108 International Human Rights (Law) 3 20 Full Year  
LAWW3111 Law of the European Union 3 20 Full Year  
LAWW3114 Law of Trusts 3 20 Full Year  
LAWW3124 Principles of Corporate Insolvency Law 3 20 Full Year  
LAWW3129 UK Constitutional Identity 3 20 Full Year  
LAWW3137 Law in Practice 3 20 Full Year  
LAWW4008 EU Competition Law 4 30 Full Year Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4011 International Humanitarian Law 4 30 Full Year Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4112 International Human Rights Law 4 30 Full Year Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
 

Spring semester

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
LAWW2015 Civil Law - A Comparative Introduction 2 10 Spring  
LAWW2020 Legal Research Project B (for second year students) 2 10 Spring  
LAWW3080 Advanced Criminal Evidence 3 20 Spring

Students must be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

LAWW3090: Foundations of Criminal Evidence

LAWW3087 Mental Health Law and Policy 3 20 Spring  
LAWW3098 European Convention on Human Rights 3 20 Spring  
LAWW3104 Industrial Property 3 20 Spring  
LAWW3117 Military Justice 3 20 Spring  
LAWW3125 Principles of Personla Property 3 20 Spring  
LAWW3127 The Law of Unjust Enrichment 3 20 Spring  
LAWW3130 Introduction to Law and Economics 3 20 Spring  
LAWW3131 Child Law 3 20 Spring  
LAWW3132 Social Welfare and the Law 3 20 Spring  
LAWW3133 Contemporary Environmental Law in the UK 3 20 Spring  
LAWW3134 Criminal Justice: Practice and Procedure 3 20 Spring  
LAWW3135 Cybercrime, Cybersecurity and Surveillance (Internet Law B) 3 20 Spring  
LAWW3136 International Law and the Global Economy 3 20 Spring  
LAWW4038 The Rights of the Child 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4045 Law Development and the International Community 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4057 Fair Trails, Human Rights and Criminal Justice 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4071 International and Comparative Patent Law 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4072 International and Comparative Trade Mark Law 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4079 EU Trade Law, Brexit and International Relations 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4083 International Law of the Sea 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4086 International Aspects of Corporate Law and Insolvency 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4110 Business and Human Rights 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4120 Minorities and International Human Rights Law 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4159 Global Competition Law and International Business 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4160 International Disaster Law 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4162 Principles of Criminalisation 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
LAWW4164 The Refugee in Domestic and International Law 4 15 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
 
 

Life Sciences

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
LIFE2046 Evolutionary Biology of Animals 2 10 Autumn  
LIFE2061 Building Brains 2 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

LIFE1030: Life on Earth

LIFE1032: Human Physiology

LIFE1033: Fundamentals of Neuroscience

LIFE2072 The Genome and Human Disease 2 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

BIOS1001: Genes and Cells

LIFE1029: Genes, Molecules and Cells

LIFE2076 Structure, Function and Analysis of Genes 2 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

LIFE1029: Genes, Molecules and Cells

LIFE1039: Core Skills in Biochemistry

LIFE2080 Infection and Immunity 2 20 Autumn Available to students outside the School of Life Sciences, subject to the module convenor's written approval.
LIFE2081 Ecology 2 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LIFE1031: Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

LIFE2094 Structure, Function and Analysis of Genes - Theory 2 10 Autumn

Available to students outside the School of Life Sciences, subject to the module convenor's written approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

BIOS1001: Genes and Cells

BIOS1002: Applied Genetics

LIFE3001 Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 3 10 Autumn Previous knowledge of neuroscience recommended.
LIFE3009 Human Variation 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LIFE2072: The Genome and Human Disease

LIFE3011 Conservation Genetics 3 10 Autumn  
LIFE3013 Evolution and Behaviour 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

LIFE2060: Animal Behaviour and Physiology

LIFE2081: Ecology

LIFE3015 Life Sciences Literature Review Project 3 20 Autumn

Limited places available.

Enrolments must be agreed with the school in advance of arrival, or they may be cancelled without notice.

LIFE3023 Evolutionary Ecology 3 10 Autumn

Students are recommended to have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LIFE2081: Ecology

LIFE3029 Gene Regulation 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

BIOS2027: Molecular Biology of the Cell

LIFE2072: The Genome and Human Disease

Students must not be studying or have studied, the equivalent to:

LIFE3114: RNA Biology and CRISPR Technology in Cell Function and Disease

LIFE3031 Advanced Development Biology 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

BIOS2011: Reproductive Physiology

BIOS2088: Epigenetics and Developmental Biotechnology

LIFE2016: Developmental Biology

LIFE2061: Building Brains

LIFE3035 Pathogens 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

LIFE2009: Bacterial Genes and Development

LIFE2080: Infection and Immunity

LIFE3041 Molecular Evolution: Constructing the Tree of Life 3 10 Autumn  
LIFE3114 RNA Biology and CRISPR Technology in Cell Function and Disease 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

LIFE1029: Genes, Molecules and Cells

LIFE2076: Structure, Function and Analysis of Genes

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

LIFE3029: Gene Regulation

Students who are not currently studying Biochemistry, Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine, Genetics or Human Genetics and Biology will need the module convenor's written permission to select this module.

LIFE3124 Molecular Virology and Pathogenesis 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

LIFE2072: The Genome and Human Disease

LIFE2076: Structure, Function and Analysis of Genes

LIFE2080: Infection and Immunity

LIFE1007 Micro-Organisms and Disease 1 10 Spring

Only available to students whose home school is Life Sciences.

LIFE2009 Bacterial Genes and Development 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

LIFE1029: Genes, Molecules and Cells

LIFE1030: Life on Earth

LIFE1031: Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

BIOS1001: Genes and Cells

BIOS1027: The Physiology of Microbes

LIFE2016 Developmental Biology 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LIFE1005: Genes and Cellular Control I

LIFE1029: Genes, Molecules and Cells

LIFE2018 Biological Photography and Imaging 1 2 10 Spring  
LIFE2060 Animal Behvaviour and Physiology 2 20 Spring  
LIFE2092

Structure, Funtion and Analysis of Proteins - Theory

2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

BIOS1001: Genes and Cells

BIOS1002: Applied Genetics

BIOS2027: Molecular Biology of the Cell

LIFE1029: Genes, Molecules and Cells

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

LIFE2077: Structure, Function and Analysis of Proteins

LIFE3002 Ageing, Sex and DNA Repair 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LIFE2009: Bacterial Genes and Development

LIFE2020: Microbial Technology

LIFE3005 Cancer Biology 3 10 Spring

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

LIFE4114: Biochemistry of Cancer

LIFE3008 Common and Complex Diseases 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LIFE2072: The Genome and Human Disease

LIFE3028 Conservation 3 20 Spring

Students outside the School of Life Sciences must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LIFE2081: Ecology

LIFE3044 Science and Society 3 10 Spring  
LIFE3090 Molecular Aspects of Diabetes and Obesity 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

LIFE2074: Signalling and Metabolic Regulation

Students must be studying Biochemistry, students studying Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine will be prioritised.

LIFE3092 The Dynamic Cell 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

LIFE2072: The Genome and Human Disease

LIFE2077: Structure, Function and Analysis of Proteins

LIFE2092: Structure, Function and Analysis of Protein - Theory

Students who are not currently studying Biochemistry or Biology will need the module convenor's written permission to select this module.

LIFE3093 Life History of Proteins 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

LIFE2074: Signalling and Metabolic Regulation

LIFE2076: Structure, Function and Analysis of Genes

LIFE2077: Structure, Function and Analysis of Proteins

Students who are not currently studying Biochemistry will need the module convenor's written permission to select this module.

 

Mathematical Sciences

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
MATH1001 Probability 1 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

MATH1005: Analytical and Computational Foundations

MATH1006: Calculus

MATH1007: Linear Mathematics

MATH2005 Vector Calculus 2 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

MATH1005/1028: Analytical and Computational Foundations

MATH1006/1027: Calculus

MATH1007/1030: Linear Mathematics

MTHS1001: Calculus and Linear Algebra

MATH2009 Mathematical Analysis 2 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

MATH1005/1028: Analytical and Computation Foundations

MATH1006/1027: Calculus

MATH3003 Metric and Topological Spaces 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

MATH2009/2037: Mathematical Analysis

MATH3008 Electromagnetism 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2005/2032: Vector Calculus

MATH3009 Mathematical Medicine and Biology 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2012/2035: Modelling with Differential Equations

MATH3010 Advanced Quantum Theory 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2013: Introduction to Mathematical Physics

MATH3011 Coding and Cryptography 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

MATH1005/1028: Analytical and Computational Foundations

MATH1007/1030: Linear Mathematics

MATH3013 Statistical Inference 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2011/2038: Statistical Models and Methods

MATH3014 Stochastic Models 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2010/2039: Probability Models and Methods

MATH3027 Optimization 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

MATH1001/1032: Probability

MATH1005/1028: Analytical and Computational Foundations

MATH1006/1027: Calculus

MATH1007/1030: Linear Mathematics

MTHS3003: Applied Statistics and Probability

Students must not be studying or have studied:

MATH4056: Mathematics for Engineering Management

MATH3031 Elliptic Curves 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2015: Algebra and Number Theory

MATH4009 Complex Analysis 4 20 Autumn

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year, subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2007/2036: Complex Functions

MATH4012 Advanced Techniques for Differential Equations 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH3016: Differential Equations

MATH4014 Topics in Biomedical Mathematics 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH3009: Mathematical Medicine and Biology

MATH4015 Differential Geometry 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

MATH3018: Relativity

PHYS4002: Gravity

MATH4049 Introduction to Quantum Information Science 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2013: Introduction to Mathematical Physics

MATH4065 Statistical Foundations 4 20 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

MATH1005 Analytical and Computational Foundations 1 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

MATH1006: Calculus

MATH1007: Linear Mathematics

MATH1006 Calculus 1 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

MATH1005: Analytical and Computational Foundations

MATH1007: Linear Mathematics

MATH1007 Linear Mathematics 1 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

MATH1005: Analytical and Computational Foundations

MATH1006: Calculus

MATH1016 Applied Mathematics 1 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

MATH1005: Analytical and Computational Foundations

MATH1006: Calculus

MATH1007: Linear Mathematics

MATH2010 Probability Models and Methods 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH1001/1032: Probability

MATH2011 Statistical Models and Methods 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

MATH1010/1033: Statistics

MATH2010: Probability Models and Methods

MATH2012 Modelling with Differential Equations 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

MATH2008: Differential Equations and Fourier Analysis

MATH2005: Vector Calculus

MATH1016: Applied Mathematics

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

PHYS1004: Quantitative Physics

MTHS1001: Calculus and Linear Algebra

MATH2013 Introduction to Mathematical Physics 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2008: Differential Equations and Fourier Analysis

MATH2005: Vector Calculus

MATH1016: Applied Mathematics

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

MATH1029: Applied Mathematics

MATH2015 Algebra and Number Theory 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

MATH1008/1052: Foundations of Pure Mathematics

MATH1009/1053: Mathematical Structures

MATH2019 Introduction to Scientific Computation 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH1005/1028: Analytical and Computational Foundations

MATH1006/1027: Calculus

MATH1007/1030: Linear Mathematics

MTHS1001: Calculus and Linear Algebra

MATH4001 Mathematics Dissertation 4 40 Full Year

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year, subject to approval.

MATH4007 Computational Statistics 4 20 Full Year

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH3013: Statistical Inference

MATH4017 Quantum Field Theory 4 20 Full Year

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2007/2036: Complex Functions

MATH3010: Advanced Quantum Theory

MATH3018: Relativity

MATH3035: Classical and Quantum Dynamics

MATH4045 Mathematics Group Projects 4 20 Full Year

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate exchange students in their penultimate or final year, subject to approval.

MATH1009 Mathematical Structures 1 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

MATH1005: Analytical and Computational Foundations

MATH1008: Foundations of Pure Mathematics

MATH1010 Statistics 1 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH1001: Probability

MATH2007 Complex Functions 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

MTHS1001/1030: Calculus and Linear Algebra

MATH1007: Linear Mathematics

MATH2008 Differential Equations and Fourier Analysis 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MATH1006/1027: Calculus

MATH3002 Discrete Mathematics and Graph Theory 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH1005/MATH1028: Analytical and Computational Foundations

MATH3004 Game Theory 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MTHS1001: Calculus and Linear Algebra

MATH3012 Further Number Theory 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2015: Algebra and Number Theory

MATH3015 Mathematical Finance 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2010/2039: Probability Models and Methods

MATH3016 Differential Equations 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2012: Modelling with Differential Equations

MATH3017  Fluid Dynamics 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2012/2035: Modelling with Differential Equations

MATH3018 Relativity 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2013: Introduction to Mathematical Physics

MATH3020 Linear Analysis 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MATH2009/2037: Mathematical Analysis

MATH3022 Commutative Algebra 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MATH1008: Foundations of Pure Mathematics

MATH3026 Time Series Analysis 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2011/2038: Statistical Models and Methods

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

ECON2004: Econometric Theory II

MATH3029 Applied Statistical Modelling 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

MATH2011/2038: Statistical Models and Methods

MATH4065: Statistical Foundations

MATH4075: Classical and Bayesian Inference

MATH3030 Multivariate Analysis 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MATH2011/2038: Statistical Models and Methods

MATH3035 Classical and Quantum Dynamics 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MATH2013: Introduction to Mathematical Physics

MATH3036 Scientific Computation and Numerical Analysis 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

MATH2019/2033: Introduction to Scientific Computation

MATH4006 Algebraic Number Theory 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH2015: Algebra and Number Theory

MATH4016 Black Holes 4 20 Spring

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MATH4015: Differential Geometry

MATH4022 Time Series and Forecasting 4 20 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students.

Available to undergraduate students in the penultimate or final year, subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

MATH2011/2038: Statistical Models and Methods

MTHS3003: Applied Statistics and Probability

MATH4065: Statistical Foundations

 

Music

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements
MUSI1003 Elements of Music I 1 20 Autumn Students must be at Grade 5 (or equivalent) theory or practical standard.
MUSI1011 Repertoire Studies 1 - Music Before the 20th Century 1 20 Autumn  
MUSI1013 Global Music Studies 1 10 Autumn  
MUSI2011 Jazz: Origins and Styles 2 20 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MUSI3017: Jazz: Origins and Styles

MUSI2015 Aesthetics of Music 2 20 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MUSI3019: Aesthetics of Music

MUSI2048 The Hollywood Musical 2 20 Autumn  
MUSI2049 The Social Life of Scores 2 20 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MUSI3074: The Social Life of Scores

MUSI2073 Politics and Protest: The Last Hundred Years of Music History 2 20 Autumn  
MUSI3017 Jazz: Origins and Styles 3 20 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to: 

MUSI2011: Jazz: Origins and Styles

MUSI3019 Aesthetics and Music 3 20 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have already studied the equivalent to:

MUSI2015: Aesthetics of Music

MUSI3073 The Hollywood Musical 3 20 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MUSI2048: The Hollywood Musical

MUSI3074 The Social Life of Scores 3 20 Autumn

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MUSI2049: The Social Life of Scores

MUSI1010 Skills in Composition 1 10 Spring

Students must be studying:

MUSI1003: Elements of Music I 

MUSI1012 Repertoire Studies 2: Twentieth-Century Music 1 20 Spring  
MUSI1014 Aesthetics of Electronic and Computer Music 1 10 Spring  
MUSI2002 Performance (Special Regs) 2 20 Spring  
MUSI2007 Approaches to Popular Music 2 20 Spring  
MUSI2029 Composing for Words, Theatre and Moving Image 2 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MUSI1010: Skills in Composition

MUSI2040 Music and War 2 20 Spring  
MUSI2041 Live Electroacoustic Composition 2 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MUSI1010: Skills in Composition

MUSI2050 Music and Health 2 20 Spring  
MUSI2069 Race and Music Theatre 2 20 Spring  
MUSI3004 Performance V 3 20 Spring  
MUSI3027 Approaches to Popular Music 3 20 Spring

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MUSI2007: Approaches to Popular Music   

MUSI3043 Composing for Words, Theatre and Moving Image 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MUSI1010: Skills in Composition

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MUSI2029: Composing for Words, Theatre and Moving Image

MUSI3047 Music and Health 3 20 Spring

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MUSI2050: Music and Health

MUSI3054 Music and War 3 20 Spring  
MUSI3057 Live Electroacoustic Composition 3 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

MUSI1010: Skills in Composition

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MUSI2041: Live Electroacoustic Composition

MUSI3069 Research Seminar: Race and Music Theatre 3 20 Spring

 

 

Natural Sciences

Modules

Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements

NATS2001

Nottingham Futures

2

20

Full Year

Available to students outside the Liberal Arts and Natural Sciences, subject to the module convenor's written approval.

NATS4001

Synoptic Module

4

20

Full Year

Only available to Liberal Arts and Natural Sciences students.

NATS4002

Natural Sciences Dissertation

4

60

Full Year

Only available to undergraduate Natural Sciences students in the penultimate or final year, subject to approval.

 

Pharmacy

Modules

Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements

PHAR3007

Complementary and Alternative Medicines

3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites or co-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHAR3005: Research Project

PHAR3025:  Research Project (Pharmaceutical Sciences)

PHAR3008

Clinical Practice Scenarios

3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites or co-requisites, equivalent to:

PHAR3005: Research Project

PHAR3010

Prospects for Personalised Medicine

3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites or co-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHAR3005: Research Project

PHAR3025:  Research Project (Pharmaceutical Sciences)

PHAR3012

Medical Diagnostics

3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites or co-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHAR3005: Research Project

PHAR3025:  Research Project (Pharmaceutical Sciences)

PHAR3026

Astropharmacy and Astromedicine

3 10 Spring  
 

Philosophy

Modules

Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements

PHIL1011

Philosophy and the Contemporary World

1

20

Autumn

 

PHIL1014

Matephysics, Science and Language

1

10

Autumn

 

PHIL2004

The Nature of Meaning

2

20

Autumn

 

PHIL2006

Mind and Consciousness

2

20

Autumn

 

PHIL2007

Normative Ethics

2

20

Autumn

 

PHIL2010

Knowledge and Justification

2

20

Autumn

 

PHIL2012

An Introduction to Metaethics

2

20

Autumn

 

PHIL2053

Continental Philosophy

2

20

Autumn

 

PHIL3002

Dissertation

3

20

Autumn

Students must submit a satisfactory proposal, please contact the module convenor for details.

Students must not be studying or have studied, the equivalent to:

PHIL3001: Dissertation (Spring)

PHIL3008

Marx

3

20

Autumn

 

PHIL3013

Environmental Ethics

3

20

Autumn

 

PHIL3015

Communicating Philosophy

3

20

Autumn

 

PHIL3016

Taking Utilitarianism Seriously

3

20

Autumn

 

PHIL3020

Subjectivism and Relativism in Ethics

3

20

Autumn

 

PHIL3026

Philosophy and Mortality

3

20

Autumn

 

PHIL3028

Knowledge, Ignorance and Democracy

3

20

Autumn

 

PHIL3033

Philosophy of Sex

3

20

Autumn

 

PHIL1012

Reasoning, Argument and Logic

1

20

Full Year

 

PHIL1013

Mind, Knowledge and Ethics

1

20

Full Year

 

PHIL1015

Gender, Justice and Society

1

20

Spring

 

PHIL1016

Philosophy of Religions

1

10

Spring

 

PHIL1017

History of Philosophy: Ancient to Modern

1

20

Spring

 

PHIL2008

Social Philosophy

2

20

Spring

 

PHIL2009

Freedom and Obligation

2

20

Spring

 

PHIL2011

Being, Becoming and Reality

2

20

Spring

 

PHIL2013

Philosophy of Art

2

20

Spring

 

PHIL2052

Ancient Greek Philosophy

2

20

Spring

 

PHIL2054

Intermediate Logic

2

20

Spring

 

PHIL2055

Space, Time and Motion

2

20

Spring

 

PHIL3001

Dissertation

3

20

Spring

Students must submit a satisfactory proposal, please contact the module convenor for details.

Students must not be studying or have studied, the equivalent to:

PHIL3002: Dissertation (Autumn)

PHIL3003

Mind, Psychology and Mental Health

3

20

Spring

 

PHIL3011

Advanced Logic

3

20

Spring

 

PHIL3018

Philosophy of Criminal Law

3

20

Spring

 

PHIL3030

Philosophy of Education

3

20

Spring

 

PHIL3032

Philosophy of Recreation

3

20

Spring

 

PHIL3034

Authenticity, Freedom and Ethics

3

20

Spring

 

PHIL3035

Equality

3

20

Spring

 

 

Physics and Astronomy

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
PHYS2010 Intermediate Experimental Physics AS 2 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHYS1002: Introductory Experimental Physics

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

PHYS3005 Physics Project C 3 10 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHYS2006: Experimental Techniques and Instrumentation

PHYS2007: Optics and Electromagnetism

PHYS3007 The Structure of Stars 3 10 Autumn  
PHYS3010 Principles of Dynamics 3 10 Autumn  
PHYS3012 Molecular Biophysics 3 10 Autumn  
PHYS4002 Gravity 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

MATH3018: Relativity

PHYS4003 Introduction to Cosmology 4 10 Autumn Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.
PHYS4004 Atmospheric and Planetary Physics 4 10 Autumn Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.
PHYS4005 From Accelerators to Medical Imaging 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

MATH2008: Differential Equations and Fourier Analysis

PHYS2004: Wave Phenomena

PHYS2008: Fourier Methods

PHYS4006 Soft Condensed Matter 4 10 Autumn Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.
PHYS4007 Scientific Computing 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

PHYS1005: Computing for Physical Science

PHYS4008 Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

MATH2013: Introduction to Mathematical Physics

PHYS3010: Principles of Dynamics

PHYS4017 Quantum Dynamics 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

PHYS2001: The Quantum World

PHYS4018 Magnetic Resonance 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

MATH2008: Differential Equations and Fourier Analysis

PHYS2004: Wave Phenomena

PHYS2008: Fourier Methods

PHYS4032 The Politics, Perception and Philosophy of Physics 4 10 Autumn

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHYS3004: Physics Project B

MATH4045: Mathematics Group Projects

PHYS1001 From Newton to Einstein 1 40 Full Year  
PHYS1002 Introductory Experimental Physics 1 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

PHYS1004: Quantitative Physics

PHYS1003 Frontiers in Physics 1 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

PHYS1004 Quantitative Physics 1 10 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

MATH1006: Calculus

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

PHYS1006: Basic Mathematical Methods for Physics

PHYS1005 Computing for Physical Science 1 10 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

PHYS1006 Basic Mathematical Methods for Physics 1 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

PHYS2001 The Quantum World 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

MTHS1001: Calculus and Linear Algebra

PHYS1006: Basic Mathematical Methods for Physics

PHYS2002 Thermal and Statistical Physics 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of thef ollowing:

MATH1006: Calculus

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

MTHS1001: Calculus and Linear Algebra

PHYS1006: Basic Mathematical Methods for Physics

PHYS2003 Classical Fields 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

MTHS1001: Calculus and Linear Algebra

PHYS1006: Basic Mathematical Methods for Physics

PHYS2004 Wave Phenomena 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

PHYS1006: Basic Mathematical Methods for Physics

PHYS2005 Intermediate Experimental Physics 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHYS1002: Introductory Experimental Physics

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

PHYS2006 Experimental Techniques and Instrumentation 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

PHYS2007 Optics and Electromagnetism 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

MATH1006: Calculus

MATH1007: Linear Mathematics

MATH2008: Differential Equations and Fourier Analysis

MATH2005: Vector Calculus

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

PHYS3001 Atoms, Photons and Fundamental Particles 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

PHYS2003: Classical Fields

MATH2013: Introduction to Mathematical Phyics

PHYS2001: The Quantum World

PHYS2007: Optics and Electromagnetism

PHYS3002 Introduction to Solid State Physics 2 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

PHYS2003: Classical Fields

MATH2013: Introduction to Mathematical Phyics

PHYS2001: The Quantum World

PHYS2007: Optics and Electromagnetism

PHYS3004 Physics Project B 3 20 Full Year

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHYS2005: Intermediate Experimental Physics

PHYS2007: Optics and Electromagnetism

PHYS4024 Physics Research Project B 4 60 Full Year

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

PHYS3005: Physics Project C

PHYS3014: Physics Project D

MATH4045: Mathematics Group Projects

PHYS2008 Fourier Methods 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

PHYS1006: Basic Mathematical Methods for Physics

PHYS2009 Experimental Techniques and Instrumentation B 2 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHYS1002: Introductory Experimental Physics

PHYS1001: From Newton to Einstein

PHYS3008 Health Physics 3 10 Spring  
PHYS3009 Force and Function at the Nanoscale 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

PHYS2002: Thermal and Statistical Physics

PHYS3011 The Structure of Galaxies 3 10 Spring  
PHYS3013 Symmetry and Action Principles in Physics 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to the following:

PHYS3010: Principles of Dynamics

PHYS3014 Physics Projects D 3 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHYS2006: Experimental Techniques and Instrumentation

PHYS2007: Optics and Electromagnetism

PHYS3015 Theory Toolbox 3 10 Spring  
PHYS4009 Extreme Astrophysics 4 10 Spring

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

PHYS3011: The Structure of Galaxies

PHYS4003: Introduction to Cosmology

PHYS3007: The Structure of Stars

PHYS4010 Functional Medical Imaging 4 10 Spring

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to any of the following:

MATH2008: Differential Equations and Fourier Analysis

PHYS2004: Wave Phenomena

PHYS2008: Fourier Methods 

PHYS4013 Theoretical Elementary Particle Physics 4 10 Spring Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.
PHYS4014 Semiconductor Physics 4 10 Spring

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHYS2002: Thermal and Statistical Physics

PHYS3002: Introduction to Solid State Physics 

PHYS4022 Advanced Gravity 4 10 Spring

Available to undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year; subject to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PHYS4002: Gravity

MATH3018: Relativity

PHYS4033 Physics Research Project 3 4 30 Spring

Available to postgraduate exchange students only.

 

Politics and International Relations

Politics and International Relations modules are only available to exchange students whose home school is Politics and International Relations.
Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
POLI1014 Introduction to Comparative Politics 1 20 Autumn  
POLI1017 Understanding Global Politics 1 20 Autumn  
POLI1023 Politics at University 1 10 Autumn  
POLI1027 International Politics of the Asia-Pacific 1 20 Autumn  
POLI1029 Introduction to Political Data 1 10 Autumn  
POLI2009 British Party Politics 2 20 Autumn  
POLI2013 Democracy and its Critics 2 20 Autumn  
POLI2014 The Transformation of European Politics 2 20 Autumn  
POLI2042 Global Security 2 20 Autumn  
POLI2053 Politics and Public Policy in China 2 20 Autumn  
POLI3056 Ideas and Politics in Contemporary Britain 3 20 Autumn  
POLI3067 The War in Iraq 3 20 Autumn  
POLI3115 Political Challenges and Multiple Crises in the Global Economy 3 20 Autumn  
POLI3120 The EU as a Global Power 3 20 Autumn  
POLI3125 Advanced Quantitative Methods for Social Science 3 20 Autumn

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

POLI1020: Quantitative Methods for Social Science 1

POLI1021: Quantitative Methods for Social Science 2

SOCI2048: Intermediate Quantitative Methods for Social Science

POLI3127 The Battle for Democracy 3 20 Autumn  
POLI3128 African Politics 3 20 Autumn  
POLI3129 Race and Politics 3 20 Autumn  
POLI3130 Political Violence 3 20 Autumn  
POLI4006 Theories and Concepts in International Relations 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
POLI4025 Justice Beyond the Borders: Theories of International and Intergenerational Justice 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
POLI4139 Grand Strategy 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
POLI4156 Global Asia 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
POLI4195 Covert Action and Unacknowledged Interventions 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
POLI4205 Research Methods in International Relations 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
POLI1013 Introduction to Political Theory 1 20 Spring  
POLI1016 Problems in Global Politics 1 20 Spring  
POLI1019 British Constitution in Crisis 1 20 Spring  
POLI1022 Culture and Values in the Changing World 1 10 Spring  
POLI1028 Data Analysis in Political Science 1 10 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

POLI1029: Introduction to Political Data

POLI2034 IPE and Global Development 2 20 Spring  
POLI2043 Social and Global Justice 2 20 Spring  
POLI2046 Political Parties and Party Systems Around the Globe 2 20 Spring  
POLI2047 How Voters Decide 2 20 Spring  
POLI2049 International Politics in the 20th Century 2 20 Spring  
POLI2054 Analysing and Interpreting Political Data 2 20 Spring

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to:

POLI1028: Data Analysis in Political Science

POLI1029: Introduction to Political Data

POLI3068 The Politics of Ethnic Conflict 3 20 Spring  
POLI3088 Theories of the Modern State 3 20 Spring  
POLI3116 Crisis: Death or Survival of Democracy 3 20 Spring  
POLI3117 Populism, Elites and Democracy 3 20 Spring  
POLI3118 Responding to Violent Extremism 3 20 Spring  
POLI3119 Disasters, Politics and Society 3 20 Spring  
POLI3122 The Middle East and the World 3 20 Spring  
POLI3124 The Special Relationship? Anglo-American Security Relations 3 20 Spring  
POLI3126 The Politics of Human Rights 3 20 Spring  
POLI4003 Terrorism and Insurgencies 4 20 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
POLI4118 Contemporary Warfare 4 20 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
POLI4190 The Politics of Celebrity, Sex and 'Alternative' Lifestyles in China 4 20 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
POLI4208 Disasters, Politics and Society 4 20 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
POLI4209 International Political Economy in the Era of Globalisation and Regionalisation 4 20 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
POLI4210 Airpower and Modern Conflict 4 20 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
 

Psychology

Students whose home school is Psychology must obtain approval from the school before enrolling onto modules, which do not state that they are available to exchange students on the Module Catalogue.

Students whose home school is not the School of Psychology may only choose modules that are state as available exchange students in the Module Catalogue. Students are not required to obtain permission from the school to enrol onto these modules.

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
PSGY1002 Cognitive Psychology 1 1 20 Autumn Available to students outside the School of Psychology, subject to school approval.
PSGY1006 Developmental Psychology 1 10 Autumn Available to students outside the School of Psychology, subject to school approval.
PSGY1009 Psychological Approaches to Therapy 1 10 Autumn Available to students outside the School of Psychology, subject to school approval.
PSGY3006 Neuropsychology of Action: The Body in the Brain 3 10 Autumn Available to students outside the School of Psychology, subject to school approval.
PSGY3007 Understanding Developmental Disorders 3 10 Autumn Available to students outside the School of Psychology, subject to school approval.
PSGY3013 Forensic and Mental Health 3 10 Autumn

Only available to students whose home school is Psychology, subject school to approval.

Students must have suitable pre-requisites, equivalent to either of the following:

PSGY2006: Social and Developmental Psychology

PSGY2009: Personality and Individual Differences

PSGY3014 Educational Psychology 3 10 Autumn Only available to students whose home school is Psychology, subject to school approval.
PSGY1003 Biological Psychology 1 20 Spring Available to students outside the School of Psychology, subject to school approval.
PSGY1005 Addiction and the Brain 1 20 Spring Available to students outside the School of Psychology, subject to school approval.
PSGY1007 Social Psychology 1 10 Spring Available to students outside the School of Psychology, subject to school approval.
PSGY3019 Altruism, Cooperation and Helping 3 10 Spring Only available to students whose home school is Psychology, subject to school approval.
PSGY3021 The Visual Brain: Evolution, Development, Learning and Adaptation 3 10 Spring Available to students outside the School of Psychology, subject to school approval.
PSGY3053 Cognition in the Real World 3 10 Spring Available to students outside the School of Psychology, subject to school approval.
 

Sociology and Social Policy

Modules
Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterPre-requisites
SOCI4005 Researching the Social: Contemporary Debates in Sociology 4 20/20 Autumn/Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
SOCI4012/4022/
4054
Policy Analysis: Concepts and Theories 4 10/20/30 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
SOCI4013 Public Sector Financial Management 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
SOCI4018 Managing People in the Public Sector 4 10 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
SOCI4050 Welfare Policy 4 10 Autumn

Only available to postgraduate exchange students.

Student must not be studying or have studied the equivalent to:

SOCI4090: Welfare Policy

SOCI4074 Philosophy of Research - Social Science 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
SOCI4082 Theoretical Frontiers in Criminology 4 20 Autumn Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
SOCI2038 Research Design and Practice (Quantitative Methods) 2 10 Spring  
SOCI2040 #Sociology: Identity, Self and Others in a Digital Age 2 20 Spring  
SOCI2045 Contemporary Sociological Theory 2 10 Spring  
SOCI2055 Rehabilitation, Risk and Desistance 2 20 Spring  
SOCI3023 Education and Society 3 20 Spring  
SOCI3031 Victimology 3 20 Spring Available to undergraduate exchange students, studying towards a degree which includes criminology.
SOCI3033 Crimes and Harms of the Powerful 3 20 Spring Available to undergraduate exchange students, studying towards a degree which includes criminology.
SOCI3038 Human Trafficking 3 20 Spring Available to undergraduate exchange students, studying towards a degree which includes criminology.
SOCI4011/4021/
4053
Public Management and Governance 4 10/20/30 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
SOCI4017/4059 Globalisation, Europeanisation and Public Policy 4 10/20 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
SOCI4032/4033 Leadership, Strategy and Performance in the Public Sector 4 10/20 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
SOCI4052 Economics and Policy Analysis 4 10 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
SOCI4063 Doing Ethnography 4 10 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
SOCI4073 Foundations in Qualitative Methods 4 10 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
SOCI4085/4086/
4087
Dynamics of International Social Policy 4 10/20/30 Spring Only available to postgraduate exchange students.
 

Theology

Modules

Module codeModule titleStudy levelCreditsTaught semesterRequirements

THEO1001

Interpreting the Hebrew Bible

1

10

Autumn

 

THEO1007

Interpreting Islam

1

10

Autumn

 

THEO1016

The Bible in Music, Art and Literature

1

10

Autumn

 

THEO1019

Reading World Religions

1

20

Autumn

 

THEO1020

Religion, Media and Ethics

1

10

Autumn

 

THEO2003

The Theology of Paul

2

20

Autumn

 

THEO2017

Islamic Theology and Philosophy

2

20

Autumn

 

THEO2028

Virtue Ethics and Literature

2

20

Autumn

 

THEO2066

Religion in Britain: Interfaith Encounters in a Secular Age

2

20

Autumn

 

THEO3014

The Theology of Paul

3

20

Autumn

 

THEO3020

Islamic Theology and Philosophy

3

20

Autumn

 

THEO3026

Virtue Ethics and Literature

3

20

Autumn

 

THEO1003

Introduction to Biblical Greek A

1

20

Full Year

 

THEO1004

Interpreting the New Testament

1

10

Spring

 

THEO1008

Christianity and the Challenge of Modernity

1

10

Spring

 

THEO1013

Interpreting Judaism

1

10

Spring

 

THEO1014

Philosophy of Theologians

1

10

Spring

 

THEO1022

Big Questions in Theology and Religious Studies

1

10

Spring

 

THEO2001

The Philosophy of Religion

2

20

Spring

 

THEO2025

Jewish Theology and Philosophy: from Philo to Kabbalah

2

20

Spring

 

THEO2037

Intermediate Biblical Hebrew

2

20

Spring

Prior knowledge of biblical Hebrew is required.

Students must contact the module convenor in advance of selecting this module. 

THEO2039/
3039

Women and Warfare in the Hebrew Bible

2/3

20/20

Spring

 

THEO3045

Jewish Theology and Philosophy: from Philo to Kabbalah

3

20

Spring

 

THEO3070

Philosophy of Religion

3

20

Spring

 

 

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