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  • Architecture Teaches skills for the design and construction of buildings and structures. Subjects include surveying, construction, real estate, building systems, landscape or interior architecture, and architectural technology.
  • Art and Design A humanities discipline that develops creative skills and studies the practice of visual arts. Subjects include fine art, graphic design, interior design, fashion design, product design, photography, digital art, multimedia and much more!
  • Biological Sciences Study the fundamentals of life and living systems. Includes biology, biochemistry, zoology, animal science, marine studies, biotechnology, ecology, genetics, biomedical science, molecular and cell biology, physiology, microbiology.
  • Business Learn business theories and develop commercial awareness for a variety of business functions and environments. Subjects include administration, management, international business, entrepreneurship, human resources.
  • Chemistry Receive a solid grounding in chemistry and learn why this science is fundamental to everyday life. Focus on analytical skills and practical techniques. Subjects include forensic science, materials science, nanotechnology.
  • Computing and IT Provides technical computing knowledge. Subjects include computer science, information systems, software development and engineering, internet or games technology, artificial intelligence, informatics, telecommunications.
  • Engineering Includes chemical, mechanical, aeronautical, aerospace, automotive, civil, materials, environmental, industrial, electrical and electronic engineering. Also related subjects technology management and energy systems.
  • Environmental Science and Agriculture Gain a broad understanding of environmental and food production issues. Includes environmental science and policy, sustainability, natural resource management, food systems, landscape and water management, conservation.
  • Finance and Economics Study economic activity and develop transferable skills in money management. Includes banking, insurance, accounting, financial management, investment and risk management, taxation, quantitative analysis, and economics.
  • Geography and Geology Acquire key knowledge, practical competences and a broad set of skills studying the land. Includes human and environmental geography, geology, earth science, urban studies and planning, geoinformatics, and GIS.
  • Health and Medicine Health sciences and healthcare related degrees provide wide career opportunities such as radiology, health promotion, therapy, clinical laboratory science, diagnostic imaging, nutrition, nursing, podiatry, counselling, sport medicine.
  • History A humanities discipline, including the history of art and music, archaeology, ancient history, Egyptology, and classical studies. Courses will help provide you with a deeper understanding of modern politics, culture and economy.
  • Hospitality and Tourism Includes international hospitality, tourism and heritage development, and event management. Degrees equip you with skills needed in environments such as hotels, resorts, tour operators, and cruise ships.
  • Journalism and Media Studies Gain an understanding of mass media across a range of platforms. Includes print and broadcast journalism, interactive media, digital media, film studies, broadcasting, scriptwriting, media production and sound design.
  • Language and Culture A humanities discipline, including modern and romance languages, linguistics, English literature, American Sign Language, cultural studies, Latin American studies, Spanish, African-American Studies, European studies, and Asia studies.
  • Law Study legal systems and core topics such as legal research. Includes law (with specialisations in business, entertainment and international law), criminal justice, justice studies and criminology.
  • Management Degrees focus on core leadership skills and business principles across a range of settings, including project management, retail, sport management, operations, small business, HR, non-profit, and change management.
  • Marketing and Communications Acquire a broad base of knowledge in the wide field of communication. Includes advertising, customer intelligence, digital marketing, global marketing, public relations, corporate communications, marketing management.
  • Mathematics Provides a solid base in the exact science of mathematics. Includes applied mathematics, statistics, financial mathematics, actuarial science, and operations research. Often studied combined with computing or physics.
  • Oil and Gas These engineering courses prepare students for careers in the popular oil and gas industries.
  • Performing Arts and Music Performing Arts degrees provide a grounding in both practical and theoretical areas of music, theatre, dance, drama, entertainment management, music industry, musical theatre, acting, playwriting and directing.
  • Pharmacy Includes pharmaceutical science and pharmacology. Courses provide a clear understanding of biological chemistry, the study of drugs and how they interact with the body, and drug regulations.
  • Physics Includes applied physics, biomedical physics, astrophysics, nuclear science, geophysics, particle physics and materials physics. Learn practical skills and develop knowledge with research projects.
  • Political Studies Develop a wide understanding of global political issues. Includes international relations, international affairs, political science, global studies, government, and social justice.
  • Psychology Courses offer a practical and theoretical approach to scientific psychology. Includes social, community and educational psychology, childhood studies, human development, and cognitive neuroscience.
  • Public Administration Specialisations include government, public sector management, public health policy, non-profit organizations, healthcare administration, and social policy. Prepare for influential roles in the development of social services.
  • Social Sciences Social Sciences degrees provide an understanding and analysis of society and human nature. Includes anthropology, sociology, philosophy, religious studies, gender studies, and social work.
  • Sport Science and Recreation Apply scientific principles to sports and exercise behaviour. Includes sports science, physiotherapy, physical education, recreation management, kinesiology, exercise science, sport management, and athletic training.
  • Teaching and Education Develop your skills in the vast area of education services. Educational specialisations include teacher training, higher education, special and inclusive, curriculum, TESOL, early childhood, adolescent, community, and school counselling.
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