The modules listed below are designated as best encapsulating the conception of the Health and Environment Pathway and are chosen to allow progression to the most number of higher level courses. Whilst every effort has been made to timetable these modules so that there are no clashes between any of them, we cannot guarantee that every combination is 100% clash-free.
Please note: module availability and content may be subject to change.
|ANAT0001||Introduction to Anatomy and Development||15||Level 4|
|BASC0079||Environmental Change and Disease||15||Level 4|
|BIOC0001||Biochemistry and Molecular Biology||15||A Level (or equivalent) Chemistry recommended||Level 4|
|BIOL0003||Introduction to Genetics||15||Level 4|
|BIOL0004||Life on Earth||15||Level 4|
|GEOG0007||Human Ecology: Geographical Perspectives||15||Level 4|
|GEOL0003||History of Life||15||At least one of Biology, Geography or Geology at A Level (or equivalent)||Level 4|
|GEOL0006||Surface Processes||15||Level 4|
|HPSC****||Any ONE of the Level 4 modules available|
(available as a Health and Environment choice to students majoring in this pathway only. EDPS0247 cannot also be taken by H&E majors)
|IRDR0020||Climate and Natural Hazard Risks|
(available to students majoring in Health and Environment only)
|15||Due to very limited places, students will only be able to take a maximum of one of IRDR0018 (Societies) or IRDR0020||Level 4|
|PHAR0002||An Introduction to the Mechanisms of Drug Action||15||Background in science A Levels (or equivalent)||Level 4|
|PSYC0038||Introduction to Social and Business Psychology||15||Level 4|
|PSYC0039||Introduction to Psychology||15||Level 4|
Students should check the online module catalogue for assessment details and the confirmed term a module is scheduled to run.
Year 2 and Final Year
Information on course choices for the second and final year can be found by clicking on the links below.