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Accounting and Finance (51)

  • AC.F THESIS: Thesis (Accounting and Finance)

  • AC.F100: Introduction to Accounting and Finance

  • AC.F111: Introduction to Financial Accounting for Managers

  • AC.F211: Accounting Information Systems and Auditing

  • AC.F212: Principles of Financial Accounting

  • AC.F213L: Management Accounting for Business Decisions

  • AC.F213M: Management Accounting for Business Decisions

  • AC.F214L: Principles of Finance

  • AC.F214M: Principles of Finance

  • AC.F215: Advanced Principles of Finance

  • AC.F220: Business Law

  • AC.F222: Principles of Financial Accounting

  • AC.F261: Introduction to Financial Accounting for Managers

  • AC.F263L: Introduction to Finance

  • AC.F263M: Introduction to Finance

  • AC.F301: Financial Accounting I

  • AC.F302: Corporate Finance

  • AC.F303: Advanced Management Accounting

  • AC.F304: Bond Markets

  • AC.F305: International Financial and Risk Management

  • AC.F306: Taxation

  • AC.F307: Issues in Auditing

  • AC.F308: Financial Statement Analysis

  • AC.F311: Financial Accounting II

  • AC.F317: Strategic Management Control

  • AC.F318: Professional Ethics: Standards in Finance and Accounting Practice

  • AC.F321: Investments

  • AC.F324: Quantitative Finance

  • AC.F328: Professional Ethics: Standards in Finance and Accounting

  • AC.F330: Accounting and Finance Project

  • AC.F331: Assurance and Business Systems

  • AC.F332: Advanced Finance

  • AC.F333: Dissertation

  • AC.F334: Financial Accounting II

  • AC.F851: Advanced Finance: Theory

  • AC.F852: Advanced Finance: Empirical

  • AC.F853: Advanced Finance Theory

  • AC.F854: Advanced Finance Seminar I

  • AC.F855: Advanced Corporate Finance

  • AC.F861: Advanced Accounting: Theory

  • AC.F862: Advanced Accounting: Empirical

  • AC.F863: Advanced Accounting Seminar

  • AC.F864: Advanced Accounting Theory

  • AC.F865: Advanced Accounting Seminar II

  • AC.F871: Literature review

  • AC.F872: Pilot study/Research proposal

  • AC.F873: Teaching Skills

  • AC.F874: Research project

  • AC.F875: Econometric Topics in Accounting and Finance

  • AC.F880: Pilot paper and presentation

  • AC.Fata: Accounting and Finance (American Term Abroad)

  • Miscellaneous (55)

  • AP.L201: Accredited learning (Part II - full unit)

  • AP.L202: Accredited learning (Part II - half unit)

  • ELPP100: English Langauge Preparation

  • Epigeum: Postgraduate Academic Research Skills (Epigeum)

  • ERAS201: Erasmus Half Unit 1 Band D

  • ERAS202: Erasmus Half Unit 2 Band D

  • ERAS203: Erasmus Half Unit 3 Band D

  • ERAS204: Erasmus Half Unit 4 Band D

  • ERAS206: Erasmus Half Unit 6 Band D

  • ERYA200: European year abroad (Science)

  • ERYA201: European year abroad (Non-Science)

  • ERYA202: European year abroad (Band C)

  • H.K.200: Hong Kong Year Abroad

  • INT.200: Study Abroad Quarter Unit

  • INT.201: Study Abroad Half Unit 1

  • INT.202: Study Abroad Half Unit 2

  • INT.203: Study Abroad Half Unit 3

  • INT.204: Study Abroad Half Unit 4

  • INT.205: Study Abroad Half Unit 5

  • INT.206: Study Abroad Half Unit 6

  • INT.207: Study Abroad Half Unit 7

  • INT.208: Study Abroad Half Unit 8

  • INT.209: Study Abroad Half Unit 9

  • INT.210: Study Abroad Half Unit 10

  • INT.211: Study Abroad Full Unit 1

  • INT.212: Study Abroad Full Unit 2

  • INT.213: Study Abroad Full Unit 3

  • INT.214: Study Abroad Full Unit 4

  • INT.221: Study Abroad 20 Credit Unit 1

  • INT.222: Study Abroad 20 Credit Unit 2

  • INT.223: Study Abroad 20 Credit Unit 3

  • INT.224: Study Abroad 20 Credit Unit 4

  • INT.225: Study Abroad 20 Credit Unit 5

  • INT.226: Study Abroad 20 Credit Unit 6

  • INT.231: Study Abroad 18.75 Credit Unit 1

  • INT.232: Study Abroad 18.75 Credit Unit 2

  • INT.233: Study Abroad 18.75 Credit Unit 3

  • INT.234: Study Abroad 18.75 Credit Unit 4

  • INT.235: Study Abroad 18.75 Credit Unit 5

  • INT.236: Study Abroad 18.75 Credit Unit 6

  • INT.237: Study Abroad 18.75 Credit Unit 7

  • INT.238: Study Abroad 18.75 Credit Unit 8

  • INT.241: Study Abroad 5 Credit Unit 1

  • INT.242: Study Abroad 5 Credit Unit 2

  • INT.243: Study Abroad 5 Credit Unit 3

  • INT.RTD-04/1: Study Abroad Erasmus Rtd, ECTS 4/1

  • INT.RTD-15/1: Study Abroad Erasmus Rtd, ECTS 15/1

  • INT.RTD-4/2: Study Abroad Erasmus Rtd, ECTS 4/2

  • INT.RTD-4/3: Study Abroad Erasmus Rtd, ECTS 4/3

  • INT.RTD-5/1: Study Abroad Erasmus Rtd, ECTS 5/1

  • INT.RTD-5/2: Study Abroad Erasmus Rtd, ECTS 5/2

  • INT.RTD-5/3: Study Abroad Erasmus Rtd, ECTS 5/3

  • INT.RTD-6/1: Study Abroad Erasmus Rtd, ECTS 6/1

  • INT.RTD-6/2: Study Abroad Erasmus Rtd, ECTS 6/2

  • INT.RTD-6/3: Study Abroad Erasmus Rtd, ECTS 6/3

  • Mathematics and Statistics (67)

  • APST.THESIS: Thesis (Centre for Applied Statistics)

  • CHIC465: Environmental Epidemiology

  • MATH.THESIS: Thesis (Mathematics and Statistics)

  • MATH101: Calculus

  • MATH102: Integration

  • MATH103: Matrix Methods

  • MATH104: Probability

  • MATH105: Statistics

  • MATH111: Numbers and Relations

  • MATH112: Discrete Mathematics

  • MATH113: Geometry and Calculus

  • MATH114: Series and Functions

  • MATH115: Differential Equations

  • MATH210: Real Analysis

  • MATH211: Introductory Real Analysis

  • MATH215: Complex Analysis

  • MATH220: Linear Algebra

  • MATH225: Groups and Rings

  • MATH226: Groups

  • MATH230: Probability

  • MATH235: Statistics

  • MATH271: Minor Course in Mathematics

  • MATH272: Minor Course In Mathematics

  • MATH313: Probability and Measure

  • MATH314: Integration

  • MATH316: Metric Spaces

  • MATH317: Hilbert Space

  • MATH318: Differential Equations

  • MATH321: Groups and Symmetry

  • MATH322: Rings Fields and Polynomials

  • MATH323: Elliptic Curves

  • MATH325: Representation Theory of Finite Groups

  • MATH327: Combinatorics

  • MATH328: Number Theory

  • MATH329: Geometry of Curves and Surfaces

  • MATH330: Likelihood Inference

  • MATH331: Bayesian Inference

  • MATH332: Stochastic Processes

  • MATH333: Statistical Models

  • MATH334: Topics in Modern Statistics

  • MATH335: Medical Statistics: study design and data analysis

  • MATH361: Mathematical Education

  • MATH362: Mathematical Education Placement

  • MATH390: Project Skills

  • MATH390(Yr2): 2nd Yr Project Skills

  • MATH411: Operator Theory

  • MATH412: Topology and Fractals

  • MATH413: Probability and Measure

  • MATH414: Integration

  • MATH416: Metric Spaces

  • MATH417: Hilbert Space

  • MATH423: Elliptic Curves

  • MATH424: Galois Theory

  • MATH425: Representation Theory of Finite Groups

  • MATH432: Stochastic Processes

  • MATH451: Likelihood Inference

  • MATH452: Generalised Linear Models

  • MATH453: Bayesian Inference

  • MATH454: Computer Intensive Methods

  • MATH463: Clinical Trials

  • MATH464: Principles of Epidemiology

  • MATH466: Longitudinal Data Analysis

  • MATH482: Assessing Financial Risk: Extreme Value Method

  • MATH491: Mathematics Dissertation

  • MATH492: Statistics Dissertation

  • MATH493: Industrial Dissertation

  • STAT THESIS: Thesis (Statistics)

  • Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts (58)

  • ART THESIS: Thesis (Art)

  • CLTR.THESIS: Thesis (Institute for Cultural Research)

  • CULT.THESIS: Thesis (Culture, Media & Communication)

  • DES.201: Design Thinking

  • DES.201b: Design Thinking

  • DES.202: Design Management

  • DES.301: Design Research Consultancy Project

  • DES.302: Innovation and Design

  • DES.312: Design Dissertation

  • DSGN THESIS: Thesis (Design)

  • IND. THESIS: Thesis (Independent Studies)

  • LICA100: Modernism in the Arts

  • LICA130: Fine Art Practice

  • LICA140: Introduction to Design

  • LICA150: Introduction to Film Studies

  • LICA180: Introduction to Theatre Studies

  • LICA190: Modern Dance

  • LICA200: Critical Reflections

  • LICA201: LICA Work Placement

  • LICA209: Media & Performance

  • LICA230: Studio Practice

  • LICA231: Studio Practice

  • LICA232: Studio Practice

  • LICA235: Documentary Drawing

  • LICA236: Expanded Painting Practice

  • LICA251: Hollywood and beyond: Global cinema

  • LICA253: Documentary Film & Art

  • LICA255: European New Wave Cinema

  • LICA256: Film and Comic Books

  • LICA280a: Theatre Techniques

  • LICA280b: Performance Composition

  • LICA281: Applied Theatre Practice I

  • LICA282: British Theatre & The State of the Nation (1945-2000)

  • LICA285: Performing the Avant-Garde

  • LICA286: Modern Dance

  • LICA290: Postmodern Dance

  • LICA300: Dissertation

  • LICA301: Creative Enterprise

  • LICA311: Arts, Health and Wellbeing

  • LICA330: Advanced Studio Practice

  • LICA331: Advanced Studio Practice

  • LICA332: Advanced Studio Practice (single weighted]

  • LICA350: Film Theory

  • LICA352: The Cultural History of American Film

  • LICA355: Silent Cinema

  • LICA356: Apocalypse Then: New Hollywood Cinema

  • LICA362: Music and TV Advertising

  • LICA374: Sound Synthesis and Design

  • LICA381: Applied Theatre Practice II

  • LICA383: The Popular, the Political and the ?Avant-garde?

  • LICA384: Contemporary European Postdramatic Theatre

  • LICA390: Contemporary Dance

  • MUSC THESIS: Thesis (Music)

  • MUSC340: Dissertation

  • MUSC341: Dissertation

  • MUSC350: Music Composition

  • MUSC351: Music Composition

  • THEA THESIS: Thesis (Theatre Studies)

  • Applied Social Science (1)

  • ASSC THESIS: Thesis (Applied Social Science)

  • Lancaster Environment Centre (104)

  • BIOL THESIS: Thesis (Biological Sciences)

  • BIOL700: Departmental Research Seminar

  • ENCH401: Dissertation

  • ENV.201: Project Skills

  • ENV.311: Hydrology: from Process to Model

  • ENV.401: Literature Review

  • ENV.THESIS: Thesis (Environmental Science)

  • GEOG.THESIS: Thesis (Geography)

  • GEOG201: Techniques

  • GEOG202: Concepts

  • GEOG214: Tunisia Field Course: Post-Colonial Reflections

  • GEOG390: Labour in a Globalising Economy

  • LEC.101: Global Environmental Challenges

  • LEC.103: Environmental Processes and Systems

  • LEC.114: Society and space - Human Geography

  • LEC.115: Geographical Skills and Application in a Changing World

  • LEC.141: Evolutionary Biology

  • LEC.142: Variety of Life

  • LEC.143: Aquatic Ecology

  • LEC.144: Life in a Changing Environment

  • LEC.145: Biodiversity and Conservation

  • LEC.146: Spanish-Donana Field Course

  • LEC.171: Earth's Internal Processes

  • LEC.172: Geological Processes

  • LEC.173: Biogeochemical Processes

  • LEC.174: Hydrological Processes

  • LEC.175: Atmosphere, Weather & Climate I

  • LEC.181: Numerical Skills I

  • LEC.182: Introduction to Environmental Chemistry

  • LEC.183: Numerical Skills II

  • LEC.185: Natural Hazards

  • LEC.201: Enterprise for the Environment

  • LEC.211: Spatial Analysis and Geographic Information Systems

  • LEC.212: Research Project Skills

  • LEC.213: Earth Surface Processes

  • LEC.214: Interacting Landscapes: Biogeography and Geomorphology

  • LEC.215: Investigating Mediterranean Environments

  • LEC.216: Environment and Society

  • LEC.217: Communicating Geography

  • LEC.218: Development, Geography and the Majority World

  • LEC.221: Geographies of Nature

  • LEC.222: Political Geography

  • LEC.223: Cultural Geography

  • LEC.241: Populations to Ecosystems

  • LEC.242: Principles of Biodiversity Conservation

  • LEC.243: Data Collection and Analysis

  • LEC.244: Research Design and Delivery

  • LEC.245: Evolution

  • LEC.246: Environmental Physiology

  • LEC.270: Environmental Field Course

  • LEC.272: Environmental Data Visualisation and Analysis

  • LEC.273: Earth Science Field Skills

  • LEC.274: Geologic Mapping

  • LEC.275: Catchment Hydrology

  • LEC.276: Aquatic Biogeochemistry

  • LEC.277: Geological Methods: Understanding Earth Science Processes and Products

  • LEC.278: Soil Science

  • LEC.279: Atmosphere Weather and Climate II

  • LEC.280: Composition of the Earth's Atmosphere

  • LEC.281: Earth's Natural Resources

  • LEC.300: Dissertation

  • LEC.301: Dissertation with Work Placement

  • LEC.302: LEC Environmental Biology Dissertation

  • LEC.303: Dissertation

  • LEC.304: Project

  • LEC.310: Physical Geography Fieldwork (Geomorphology of Northern Spain)

  • LEC.313: Coastal Processes

  • LEC.314: Geographical Information Systems: Principles and Practice

  • LEC.315: Environmental Remote Sensing and Image Processing

  • LEC.316: Water & Environmental Management in a Mediterranean Context

  • LEC.317: Quaternary Environmental Change

  • LEC.318: New York Field Course

  • LEC.320: Africa:Geographies of Transformation

  • LEC.321: Glacial Systems

  • LEC.322: Environment, Politics and Society in Amazonia

  • LEC.323: Lakes, Rivers and Estuaries

  • LEC.324: Multispecies Geographies

  • LEC.325: Urban Infrastructure in a Changing World

  • LEC.326: Cities and Globalization

  • LEC.327: Geographies of Health

  • LEC.328: Glacier- landscape interactions

  • LEC.329: Global Consumption

  • LEC.330: Conservation and sustainable development in the Brazilian Amazon

  • LEC.331: Food and Agriculture in the 21st Century

  • LEC.341: Conservation in Practice

  • LEC.342: Issues in Conservation Biology

  • LEC.343: Scotland Field Course

  • LEC.344: Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution

  • LEC.345: Animal Behaviour

  • LEC.346: Global Change Biology: Challenges and Solutions

  • LEC.347: Environmental Plant Biology

  • LEC.348: Ecophysiology of Host-pest Interactions

  • LEC.349: Sustainable Agriculture

  • LEC.370: Hydrological Processes Field Course (Slapton)

  • LEC.373: Water Resources Management

  • LEC.374: Volcanic Processes Field Course

  • LEC.375: The Dynamic Earth

  • LEC.376: Introduction to Geophysical Techniques

  • LEC.377: Geological Hazards

  • LEC.378: Global Change and the Earth System

  • LEC.379: Environmental Radioactivity

  • LEC.380: Climate and Society

  • LEC.381: Environmental Applications of Isotope Geochemistry

  • LEC.499: Dissertation (60 credit)

  • Biomedical and Life Sciences (Division of) (53)

  • BIOL111: Molecules of Life

  • BIOL112: Cell Structure and Function

  • BIOL113: Genetics

  • BIOL114: Biotechnology

  • BIOL115: Protein Biochemistry

  • BIOL121: Anatomy and Tissue Structure

  • BIOL122: Impact of Microbes

  • BIOL123: Infection and Immunity

  • BIOL124: Hormones and Development

  • BIOL125: Human Physiology

  • BIOL131: Skills in Biomedical and Life Sciences

  • BIOL132: Experimental Design and Data Analysis

  • BIOL133: Biomedical Science in Practice

  • BIOL134: Biomedicine and Society

  • BIOL135: Diagnosis in Biomedical Science

  • BIOL143: Introduction to Epidemiology: Global Health and Disease

  • BIOL201: Biochemistry

  • BIOL211: Cell Biology

  • BIOL243: Medical Microbiology

  • BIOL253: Genetics

  • BIOL271: Biochemical Techniques

  • BIOL272: Cell Biology Techniques

  • BIOL273: DNA Technology

  • BIOL274: Microbiological Techniques

  • BIOL281: Clinical Biochemistry

  • BIOL282: Cellular Pathology

  • BIOL283: Haematology and Transfusion Science

  • BIOL284: Practical Physiology

  • BIOL301: Cell Signalling 1

  • BIOL302: Cell Signalling, Transport and Disease

  • BIOL303: Cell Cycle and Stem Cells

  • BIOL311: Genetics

  • BIOL312: Medical Genetics

  • BIOL313: Protein Biochemistry

  • BIOL314: Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology

  • BIOL321: Immunology

  • BIOL322: Tropical Diseases

  • BIOL332: Neurobiology

  • BIOL333: Ethics in Biomedicine

  • BIOL334: Environmental Pathogens

  • BIOL350: Year 3 Placement Biomedical Science

  • BIOL353: Cancer

  • BIOL354: Pathobiology

  • BIOL364: Biology of Ageing

  • BIOL386: Biological Sciences Research Project (for USA Yr Abroad)

  • BIOL387: Biological Sciences Research Project

  • BIOL388: Bioscience Education

  • BIOL389: Bioscience Laboratory Project

  • BIOL390: Bioscience Literature Review

  • BIOL469: MSci Research Project

  • BIOM THESIS: Thesis (Biomedical Science)

  • BLS.PGR: BIological and Life Sciences

  • RSRI001: Research Integrity

  • Computing and Communications (School of) (48)

  • C.SC.THESIS: Thesis (Computing)

  • D.CS.THESIS: Thesis (Communications Systems)

  • SCC.110: Software Development

  • SCC.120: Fundamentals of Computer Science

  • SCC.130: Information Systems

  • SCC.140: Creative Technology

  • SCC.150: Digital Systems

  • SCC.160: Fundamentals of Communication Systems

  • SCC.162: Video and Speech Processing

  • SCC.201: Databases

  • SCC.202: Human-Computer Interaction

  • SCC.203: Computer Networks

  • SCC.204: Software Design

  • SCC.205: Professional Issues and Research Methods

  • SCC.210: Computer Science Group Project

  • SCC.211: Operating Systems

  • SCC.212: Advanced Programming

  • SCC.220: Independent Research Project

  • SCC.230: Software Design Studio Project I (Core Studio)

  • SCC.240: IT for Creative Industries Innovation Challenge Group Project

  • SCC.241: Animation and Computer Graphics

  • SCC.251: Analogue and Digital Communication Systems

  • SCC.252: Digital Signal Processing

  • SCC.290: IT Service Management

  • SCC.300: Final Year Project

  • SCC.306: Advanced Internet and Mobile Applications

  • SCC.311: Distributed Systems

  • SCC.312: Languages and Compilation

  • SCC.320: Independent Research Project (full unit)

  • SCC.321: Selected Research Topics

  • SCC.322: Software Innovation

  • SCC.330: Software Design Studio Project II (Networked Studio)

  • SCC.331: Software Design Studio Project III (Live Studio)

  • SCC.341: Game Design

  • SCC.351: Advanced Communication Systems

  • SCC.352: Advanced Digital Signal Processing

  • SCC.360: Computer Science Seminars

  • SCC.361: Artificial Intelligence

  • SCC.363: Security and Risk

  • SCC.365: Advanced Networking

  • SCC.366: Media Coding & Processing

  • SCC.369: Embedded Systems

  • SCC.400: Professional and Research Methodology

  • SCC.419: Industrial Placement(s)

  • SCC.421: Fourth Year Project (Computer Science)

  • SCC.422: Fourth Year Project (Computer Science Innovation)

  • SCC.800: Research Methods in Computing and Communications

  • SCC300E: Erasmus Final Year Project

  • CETAD (160)

  • CET0000: CETAD Timetabling Module

  • CET4002: The Emergence of Multi-Agency, Multi-Disciplinary Working with Children and Young People

  • CET4003: Working with Children and Young People: Legal and Ethical Considerations

  • CET4004: Communication skills

  • CET4005: The development of children and young people

  • CET4006: The Development of Guidance Theory and Practice

  • CET4009: Essentials of working with preschool/school children

  • CET4010: Planning and Managing your CPD

  • CET4011: Group Training Techniques

  • CET4012: Effective Recruitment and Selection

  • CET4013: Effective Appraisals

  • CET4014: An Introduction to Motivational Interviewing

  • CET4015: Dealing with Difficult People

  • CET4016: The Solution Focused Approach

  • CET4017: Developing Confidence and Resilience

  • CET4018: Negotiating and Influencing Skills

  • CET4019: Motivating Yourself and Others

  • CET4021: Performance Management

  • CET4023: The Development of Guidance Theory and Practice

  • CET4024: Emergence of the Guidance Professions within a Multi Agency Setting

  • CET4025: Legal and Ethical Considerations

  • CET4026: Communication skills in a Support and Guidance Setting

  • CET4027: Effective practice

  • CET4028: Cognitive, communication and language development

  • CET4029: Social and emotional development and behaviour management

  • CET4030: The curriculum

  • CET4031: Becoming a reflective practitioner

  • CET4032: Establishing interactions

  • CET4033: Using the service

  • CET4034: Developing and maintaining interactions

  • CET4035: The learning and developing environment

  • CET4036: Planning and desiging learning activities

  • CET4037: Delivering learning opportunities

  • CET4038: Monitoring and evaluating learning activities

  • CET4039: An introduction to key skills: Volunteering

  • CET4040: Managing community mentoring projects

  • CET4041: Understanding the management environment

  • CET4042: Managing effective use of resources

  • CET4043: Working effectively

  • CET4044: Identifying and managing information needs

  • CET4045: Understanding project management

  • CET4046: Specifying projects

  • CET4047: Planning projects

  • CET4048: Executing projects

  • CET4049: Understanding connections

  • CET4050: Innovation and Change

  • CET4051: Managing Customer Service

  • CET4052: Inner Management

  • CET4053: Optimising Resources

  • CET4054: Leading and Managing People

  • CET4055: Introduction to Presentation Skills

  • CET4056: Assertiveness in the Workplace

  • CET4057: Creative thinking and problem-solving

  • CET4058: Introduction to Effective Communication

  • CET4061: Introduction to Mentoring & Coaching

  • CET4062: Introduction to Project Management

  • CET4063: Planning and Scheduling a Project

  • CET4064: Monitoring, Controlling and Completing a Project

  • CET4065: Developing Community Cohesion

  • CET4066: Current Themes in Community Cohesion

  • CET4067: Achieving goals through effective use of time

  • CET4068: An Introduction to Strategic Leadership

  • CET4069: Applying Knowledge, Skills and Understanding to Practice within the Children's Workforce I

  • CET4070: Understanding and Managing Self

  • CET4071: Vision: Future Scenario Planning

  • CET4072: Partnership Working

  • CET4073: The Development of Children and Young People

  • CET4999: Assignment 5 - Reflective Account (Level 4)

  • CET5001: Working for Change with Children, Young people, their Families, Communities and Agencies that Serve Them.

  • CET5002: Working Within a Multi-Agency and Multi-Professional Environment

  • CET5003: Working with Children and Young People: Ethical, Legal Considerations in Practice

  • CET5004: The Process and Practice of Evaluation

  • CET5005: Theories of Guidance Relationships: The Integrative Approach

  • CET5006: Working with Children in the Early Years: Regulatory and legislative frameworks

  • CET5007: Care and education in the Early Years

  • CET5008: Working with Children in Schools: Regulatory and legislative frameworks

  • CET5009: Supporting children's learning in schools

  • CET5011: Young People's Personal and Psychological Development

  • CET5012: Facilitating Group Guidance

  • CET5013: Working with Change with Young People and the Communities and Agencies that serve them

  • CET5014: Guidance - Working within a Multi Agency Setting

  • CET5015: Guidance: Ethical, Legal Considerations in Practice

  • CET5017: Influences on young people's personal and psychological development

  • CET5018: Facilitating Group Work

  • CET5019: Working for Change with Children and Young People; Engaging Multi-agency Support

  • CET5020: Applying Knowledge, Skills and Understanding to Practice within the Children's Workforce II

  • CET58233: 5823 Module 3

  • CET58234: 5823 Module 4

  • CET5824: 5824 Module 1

  • CET58242: 5824 Module 2

  • CET58243: 5824 Module 3

  • CET58244: 5824 Module 4

  • CET5999: Assignment 5 - Reflective Account (Level 5)

  • CET6001: Children's Care, Learning and Development: Policy and Practice

  • CET6002: Legislative, regulatory and ethical influences on children's care, learning and development.

  • CET6003: Designing, planning and evaluating the delivery of services for children

  • CET6004: Team working to support children's care, learning and development

  • CET6005: Multi Agency Working: Policy and Practice

  • CET6006: Developing Professional Practice

  • CET6006c9: Developing Professional Practice

  • CET6007: Legislative Influences on Young People and their Development

  • CET6007c9: Legislative Influences on Young People and their Development

  • CET6008: Engagement and Guidance of Young People

  • CET6008c9: Engagement and Guidance of Young People

  • CET6009: Work Based Investigation: Research Methods and Proposals

  • CET6010: Work Based Investigation Project

  • CET6011: Management in a changing world

  • CET6012: Developing and improving work activities

  • CET6013: Developing effective working relationships

  • CET6014: Managing information for action

  • CET6015: Managing the learning and development environment

  • CET6016: Managing learning and development needs

  • CET6017: Managing the delivery of learning and development

  • CET6018: Managing the evaluation of learning and development activities

  • CET6019: Assessor award

  • CET6020: Mentor award

  • CET6021: Becoming a reflective practitioner

  • CET6021c15: Becoming a reflective practitioner

  • CET6022: Establishing interaction with clients and other services

  • CET6022c15: Establishing interaction with clients and other services

  • CET6023: Managing a case load

  • CET6023c15: Managing a case load

  • CET6024: Developing and maintaining interactions

  • CET6024c15: Developing and maintaining interactions

  • CET6025: Mentoring Practice

  • CET6026: The Assessment of Professional Practice

  • CET6027: Certificate of Achievement in Professional Supervision

  • CET6028: Planning and Managing Delivery

  • CET6030: Managing People

  • CET6031: Leading Change and Innovation

  • CET6032: Creating an Environment for Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning (Module 1)

  • CET6033: Tools and Techniques for Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning (Module 2)

  • CET6034: Group Training Techniques

  • CET6035: Dealing with Difficult People

  • CET6036: Negotiating and Influencing Skills

  • CET6037: Motivating Yourself and Others

  • CET6038: Developing Emotional Intelligence

  • CET6039: Introduction to Leading and Managing People

  • CET6040: Introduction to Mentoring & Coaching

  • CET6041: Principles of Project Management

  • CET6044: Understanding and Managing Self

  • CET6045: Partnership Working

  • CET6046: Presentation Skills

  • CET6047: Effective communication skills

  • CET6048: Vision: Future Scenario Planning

  • CET6049: Innovation and Change

  • CET6050: Optimising Resources

  • CET6051: Effective recruitment and selection

  • CET6052: Conducting Effective Performance Appraisals

  • CET6053: An Introduction to Motivational Interviewing

  • CET6054: Solution Focused Approaches to Change

  • CET6055: Performance Management

  • CET6056: Managing Customer Service

  • CET6058: APL - Accredited Learning (10 credits)

  • CET6059: APL - Accredited Learning (20 credits)

  • CET6060: APL - Accredited Learning (30 credits)

  • CET6061: APL - Experiential Learning (10 credits)

  • CET6062: APL - Experiential Learning (20 credits)

  • CET6063: APL - Experiential Learning (30 credits)

  • CET6064: Enhancing your Employability and Career Potential

  • Chemistry (30)

  • CHEM.THESIS: Thesis (Chemistry)

  • CHEM101: Atoms and Molecules

  • CHEM102: Introduction to Organic Chemistry

  • CHEM103: Inorganic Chemistry

  • CHEM104: Organic Chemistry

  • CHEM105: Inorganic Chemistry II

  • CHEM111: Skills for Chemists

  • CHEM112: Physical Foundations of Chemistry

  • CHEM113: Physical Chemistry

  • CHEM114: Introduction to Spectroscopy

  • CHEM115: Analytical Chemistry

  • CHEM201: Chemistry of Pi-Systems

  • CHEM202: Phase Equilibria and Thermodynamics

  • CHEM203: Strategies for Chemical Synthesis

  • CHEM204: Analysis and Determination of Organic Structure

  • CHEM211: The Physical Principles of Spectroscopy

  • CHEM212: Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics

  • CHEM214: Phase Transfer and Kinetics

  • CHEM222: Organometallics, Catalysis and Mechanism

  • CHEM224: Advanced Coordination Chemistry

  • CHEM233: Solids, Surfaces and Soft Matter

  • CHEM241: Quantum Chemistry, Symmetry and Group Theory

  • CHEM305: Literature Project

  • CHEM351: Chemistry Third Year Dissertation

  • CHEM362: Advanced Techniques for Analytical Separations

  • CHEM363: The Chemistry of Biomedical Imaging

  • CHEM364: Polymer Chemistry

  • CHEM999: Chemistry Tutorials

  • CHEMENG102: Introduction to Organic Chemistry

  • CHEMENG113: Physical Chemistry

  • Confucius Institute Dept (Lancaster) (2)

  • CHIN001: Beginner Chinese 1

  • CHIN002: Beginner Chinese 2

  • Linguistics and English Language (36)

  • CHIN100: Part I Chinese (Intensive)

  • CHIN200: Chinese Language 2

  • CHIN201: Chinese Language 3

  • CHIN300: Chinese Language 4

  • CHIN310: Chinese Culture and Society

  • EAP.001: English for Academic Purposes (Study Skills)

  • LING THESIS: Thesis (Linguistics and MEL)

  • LING102: English Language

  • LING103: Linguistics

  • LING200: Researching Language

  • LING204: Discourse Analysis: Looking at Language in Use

  • LING208: Language Acquisition and Language Origins

  • LING209: Literacy and Education

  • LING210: Stylistics

  • LING211: The Language of Advertising

  • LING214: Corporate communication

  • LING220: Structures of the World's Languages

  • LING221: Sounds of the World's Languages

  • LING222: English Grammar

  • LING223: English Phonetics

  • LING232: Understanding Media

  • LING238: Independent Study

  • LING250: British Culture, Language, and Society, 1800 - Present

  • LING251: Study Start

  • LING263: Independent Study

  • LING301: Dissertation

  • LING307: Language and Identities: Gender, ethnicity and class

  • LING313: Language Change in English and Beyond

  • LING315: Forensic Linguistics

  • LING316: Psycholinguistics

  • LING317: Language in the Workplace: Topics in Professional Communication

  • LING319: Schools Volunteering Module

  • LING324: Cognitive Linguistics

  • LING325: Topics in Phonetic and Phonological Theory

  • LING326: Corpus-based English Language Studies

  • LING327: Advanced English Phonetics

  • Natural Sciences (4)

  • CIR.223: Independent Research (0.5 unit)

  • CIR.323: Independent Research (0.5 unit)

  • CIR.324: Independent Research

  • COMB THESIS: Thesis (Combined Science)

  • Division of Health Research (12)

  • CPSY.THESIS: Thesis (Institute for Health Research)

  • DHR-TDP-AA: Taught Doctoral Programme - Autumn Academy

  • DHR.407: Mental Health: Theory, Research and Practice

  • DHR.408: Health Economics: principles and practice

  • DHR.520: Public Health: Theory, Policy and Practice

  • DHR.521: Analysing Qualitative Data

  • DHR.523: Systematic approaches to literature reviews and evidence synthesis

  • DHR.550: Applied Quantitative Data Analysis

  • DHR.PGR: DHR Postgraduate Research Support

  • DHR.TDP-pt2: Taught Doctoral Programme - Pt2 Research

  • HRES DL THESIS: Thesis (Health Research by DL)

  • HRES THESIS: Thesis (Health Research)

  • English and Creative Writing (61)

  • CREW103: Introduction to Creative Writing

  • CREW203: Intermediate Creative Writing Workshop

  • CREW204: Short Fiction: Genre and Practice

  • CREW205: Poetry: Genre and Practice

  • CREW206: Creative Non-Fiction: Genre and Practice

  • CREW208: Writing place and landscape

  • CREW298: CREW Year 2 Half modules option

  • CREW303: Advanced Creative Writing Workshop

  • CREW305: Creative Non-Fiction II

  • CREW307: Narrative and New Media

  • CREW308: Advanced Short Story: Form and Practice

  • CREW309: Poetry and Experiment

  • CREW398: CREW Year 3 Half modules option

  • CREWTHESIS: Thesis (Creative Writing)

  • E.CW200: Beyond Undergraduate English (non assessed lecture strand)

  • ENGL THESIS: Thesis (English)

  • ENGL100: English Literature

  • ENGL101: World Literature

  • ENGL201: The Theory and Practice of Criticism

  • ENGL202: Renaissance to Restoration, English Literature, 1580-1688

  • ENGL203: Victorian Literature

  • ENGL204: American Literature to 1900

  • ENGL207: British Romanticism

  • ENGL208: Literature and Film

  • ENGL301: Dissertation Unit

  • ENGL303: Modernism, 1890-1945

  • ENGL304: American Literature from 1900

  • ENGL306: Shakespeare

  • ENGL308: Contemporary Literature in English

  • ENGL358: Ruskin on Art, Architecture and Society

  • ENGL359: British and American Crime Stories 1840-2000

  • ENGL360: Contemporary Fiction and Critical Theory

  • ENGL361: The Literature of Sleep

  • ENGL362: Literatures of Identity

  • ENGL363: Romantic and Victorian Poetry

  • ENGL364: Where Do Poems Come From? Process, Manuscripts, Text

  • ENGL365: Science Fiction in Literature and Film

  • ENGL367: The Byron-Shelley Circle

  • ENGL369: The Postcolonial Indian Novel in English

  • ENGL370: Utopia Colonialism and the New World

  • ENGL371: Victorian Gothic

  • ENGL372: Other Victorians

  • ENGL373: Early Modern Outlaws: On Land and Sea

  • ENGL374: Reforming the Body in Elizabethan England

  • ENGL375: 21st Century Theory: Literature, Culture, Criticism

  • ENGL376: Schools Volunteering Project

  • ENGL377: Literary Film Adaptations, Hollywood 1939

  • ENGL378: Children in Horror Fiction and Film

  • ENGL379: Ceremony and Performance in Early Modern Drama

  • ENGL380: Between the Acts

  • ENGL381: Utopias and Utopianism

  • ENGL383: Terrorism, Violence, and the Sacred

  • ENGL384: Women and Poetry in America,1960 to the present

  • ENGL385: Literature and the Visual Arts

  • ENGL386: Twenty-First Century Fiction

  • ENGL387: Victorian Popular Fiction

  • ENGL388: Bible and Literature

  • ENGL389: Women Writers of Britain and America

  • ENGL390: Monstrous Bodies: Romantic Period Poetry and Prose

  • ENGL398: Final Year Group C Option (two half-units)

  • ENGL399: Final Year Group C Option (four half-units)

  • Law (60)

  • CRIM102: Crime and Social Life

  • CRIM201: Understanding Criminological Fieldwork

  • CRIM204: Measuring Crime

  • CRIM205: Criminological thought

  • CRIM211: Youth Justice

  • CRIM216: Contemporary Crime Problems

  • CRIM218: Understanding Criminal Justice

  • CRIM231: Crime-related extended essay option

  • CRIM235: Criminal Investigation

  • CRIM320: Children, Psychology and Criminal Justice

  • CRIM331: Final Year Crime-Related Extended Essay

  • CRIM335: Historical and Philosophical Aspects of Punishment

  • CRIM336: Crime-related Research-based Dissertation

  • CRIM337: Drugs, Crime and Society

  • CRIM339: The Police and Policing

  • CRIM340: Criminal Careers

  • CRIM342: Crimes of Power

  • CRIM380: Research-based Dissertation

  • LAW.101r: English Legal System and Methods

  • LAW.102: Public Law

  • LAW.103r: Law of Torts

  • LAW.104: Criminal Law

  • LAW.105: European Union Law

  • LAW.106: Law of Contracts

  • LAW.202: Introduction to Property Law

  • LAW.203: Land Law

  • LAW.205: Grievances and the State

  • LAW.206: Company Law

  • LAW.209: Issues in Cybercrime

  • LAW.212: Dissertation

  • LAW.213c: Public Law

  • LAW.214: Equity and Trusts Law

  • LAW.217: Foundations of Business Law

  • LAW.218: Foundations of Business Law

  • LAW.226: Introduction to Business Law

  • LAW.230: Principles of Employment Law

  • LAW.240: Family Law

  • LAW.249: Evidence

  • LAW.251: International Human Rights

  • LAW.257: International Law I

  • LAW.261a: European Law

  • LAW.264: Lawyers and Society

  • LAW.297: Introduction to comparative law I

  • LAW.303: Society, Religion and Law

  • LAW.307: Courts, Law and Politics in Comparative Perspective

  • LAW.309: Credit and Debit

  • LAW.310: Human Rights and Civil Liberties

  • LAW.311: Responses to Massive Human Rights Violations

  • LAW.314: Advanced Contract Law

  • LAW.316: Immigration and Asylum Law

  • LAW.317: Legal Issues in Business

  • LAW.318: Company Law & Financial Reporting

  • LAW.319: Competition Law

  • LAW.320: Principles of Employment Law

  • LAW.323: International Mooting

  • LAW.327: Jurisprudence

  • LAW.330: Crime and Criminal Justice

  • LAW.333: Year Abroad

  • LAW.343: Health Care Law I

  • LAW.THESIS: Thesis (Law)

  • Centre for Strategic Management (4)

  • CSM.301: Essentials of Strategic Management

  • MNGT220: Fundamentals of Strategic Management

  • MNGT301: Principles of Strategic Management

  • MNGT302: Management Simulation

  • COMSATS Computing and Communications (45)

  • CTCSC101: Introduction to Computing

  • CTCSC102: Discrete Structures

  • CTCSC105: Fundamentals of Computer Programming

  • CTCSC106: Fundamentals of Computer Programming-Lab

  • CTCSC114: Data Structures and Algorithms

  • CTCSC115: Data Structures and Algorithms-Lab

  • CTCSC141: Introduction to Computer Programming

  • CTCSC222: Computer Organization and Assembly Language

  • CTCSC223: Computer Organization and Assembly Language-Lab

  • CTCSC241: Object Oriented Programming

  • CTCSC244: Object Oriented Concepts and Programming

  • CTCSC245: Object Oriented Concepts and Programming-Lab

  • CTCSC254: Computer Graphics

  • CTCSC255: Computer Graphics-Lab

  • CTCSC312: Automata Theory

  • CTCSC328: Distributed Computing

  • CTCSC329: Distributed Computing-Lab

  • CTCSC337: Web Technologies

  • CTCSC338: Web Technologies-Lab

  • CTCSC344: Wireless and Mobile Computing

  • CTCSC373: Management Information System

  • CTCSC456: Human Computer Interaction

  • CTCSC457: Human Computer Interaction-Lab

  • CTCSC458: Compiler Design and Construction

  • CTCSC459: Compiler Design and Construction-Lab

  • CTCSC475: Artificial Intelligence

  • CTCSC479: Data Mining

  • CTCSC499i: Project-I

  • CTCSC499ii: Project-II

  • CTEEE112: Engineering Mechanics and Thermodynamics

  • CTEEE113: Engineering Drawing

  • CTEEE119: Circuits and Electronics

  • CTEEE121: Electric Circuits Analysis- I

  • CTEEE222: Electric Circuits Analysis - II

  • CTEEE223: Signals and Systems

  • CTEEE241: Digital Logic Design

  • CTEEE261: Electromagnetic Theory

  • CTEEE353: Digital Communication Systems

  • CTEEE375: Power Distribution and Utilization

  • CTEEE446: Real Time Embedded Systems

  • CTEEE456: Broadband Technologies

  • CTEEE464: Wireless Communication Systems

  • CTEEE470: Error Control Coding

  • CTEEE490i: Final Year Project (Part I)

  • CTEEE490ii: Final Year Project (Part II)

  • COMSATS Business Studies (1)

  • CTHUM103: Communication Skills

  • COMSATS Chemical Engineering (1)

  • CTPHY121: Applied Physics for Engineers

  • European Languages and Cultures (62)

  • DELC200: Preparation

  • DELC211: Understanding culture

  • DELC212: Cinema and Society in Europe and Latin America: Thematic and Formal Perspectives

  • DELC213: The Writer and the Text in 20th Century World Literatures

  • DELC214: Economic and Social Change in France, Germany and Spain since 1945

  • DELC215: Language and Identity in France, Germany and Spain

  • DELC310: Residence Abroad: intercultural and academic reflection

  • DELC320: Full Unit Dissertation

  • DELC340: Autocrats, Caudillos and Big Men: Understanding Dictatorship and its Cultural Representation in the 20th Century

  • DELC342: Imagining Modern Europe: Post-Revolutionary Utopias and Ideologies in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century

  • DELC343: Writing in the margins: narrating cross-cultural experience

  • DELC344: Contemporary Cities in Literature and Film

  • DELC345: Francophone Voices: Literature and Film from Sub-Saharan Africa, the Caribbean and Canada

  • DELC346: Love, religion and society in the 18th century French novel

  • DELC347: Modernity of Forms and Forms of Modernity in French Literature 1850-2000

  • DELC351: Literature and Fame in Contemporary Germany

  • DELC352: Images of Austria: National Identity and Cultural Representation

  • DELC354: Film, Culture and Politics in the GDR

  • DELC356: Myths of Italian Resistance: Italian Fascism and its Narratives in Post-War Film and Literature

  • DELC361: Social movements and committed writing in Mexico since 1968

  • DELC364: Latin America and Spain on Film: Violence and Masculinities

  • DELC365: Game of (Spanish) Thrones: Treachery, War and Exile in Spanish Poetry (13th-20th c.)

  • EURO THESIS: Thesis (European Languages and Cultures)

  • FREN100: Part I French Studies (Intensive)

  • FREN100BBA: Part I French for European BBA (Intensive)

  • FREN101: French Studies (Advanced)

  • FREN101BBA: Part I French for Euopean BBA (Advanced)

  • FREN200: French Language: Oral Skills

  • FREN200i: French Language: Oral skills (post-intensive)

  • FREN201: French Language: Written Skills

  • FREN201i: French Language: Written Skills (post-intensive)

  • FREN233: Shaping Contemporary France: Culture, Politics and the Legacy of History

  • FREN300: French Language: Oral Skills

  • FREN301: French Language: Written Skills

  • GERM100: German Studies Part I (Intensive German for Beginners)

  • GERM100BBA: Part I German for European BBA (Intensive)

  • GERM101: Part I German Studies (Advanced)

  • GERM101BBA: Part I German for European BBA (Advanced)

  • GERM200: German Language: Oral Skills

  • GERM200i: German Language: Oral Skills (post-intensive)

  • GERM201: German Language: Written Skills

  • GERM201i: German Language: Written Skills (post-intensive)

  • GERM233: Becoming German: Post-War German-language, Culture and Identities

  • GERM300: German Language Oral Skills

  • GERM301: German Language Written Skills

  • ITAL100: Part I Italian Studies (Intensive)

  • ITAL100BBA: Part I Italian for European BBA (Intensive)

  • ITAL200i: Italian Language: Oral skills

  • ITAL201i: Italian Language: Written skills

  • ITAL300i: Italian language: oral and aural skills

  • ITAL301i: Italian Language: Written and Reading Skills

  • SPAN100: Part I Spanish Studies (Intensive)

  • SPAN100BBA: Part I Spanish for European BBA (Intensive)

  • SPAN101: Part I Spanish Studies (Advanced)

  • SPAN101BBA: Part I Spanish for European BBA (Advanced)

  • SPAN200: Spanish Language: Oral Skills

  • SPAN200i: Intensive (Spoken Language)

  • SPAN201: Spanish Language: Written skills

  • SPAN201i: Intensive (Written Language)

  • SPAN233: Power and Resistance in Spain and Spanish America: From the Spanish Empire to the 21st Century

  • SPAN300: Spanish Language: Oral Skills

  • SPAN301: Spanish Language: Written Skills

  • Management Learning and Leadership (6)

  • DMLL201: Exploring Alternatives: Learning, Leadership, Sustainability

  • MLNG THESIS: Thesis (Management Learning)

  • MNGT110: Introduction to Management

  • MNGT120: Business and Management: An Introduction to Theory and Practice

  • MNGT200: Management and Consulting Practice and Critique

  • MNGT320: Rethinking Leadership

  • Edge Hill (1)

  • E.H. THESIS: Thesis (Edge Hill College)

  • Economics (55)

  • Econ 213: Quantitative Methods for Business Economics

  • ECON THESIS: Thesis (Economics)

  • ECON101: Principles of Economics A

  • ECON102: Principles of Economics B

  • ECON103: Quantitative Methods for Economics

  • ECON207: Managerial Economics

  • ECON208: Business and International Macroeconomics

  • ECON209: Applied Business Economics

  • ECON210: Introduction to Statistical Methods for Economists

  • ECON211: Mathematics for Economics

  • ECON212: Introduction to Econometrics

  • ECON220: Intermediate Microeconomics I

  • ECON221: Intermediate Microeconomics II

  • ECON222a: Intermediate Macroeconomics I

  • ECON222b: Intermediate Macroeconomics I

  • ECON223: Intermediate Macroeconomics II

  • ECON224: Introduction to Economics for Managers

  • ECON225: Further Topics in Economics for Managers

  • ECON228: Game Theory

  • ECON229: Applied Economics

  • ECON230: Economic Policy

  • ECON320: Applied Macroeconomics

  • ECON321: Sports Economics

  • ECON322: Health Economics

  • ECON323: Public Economics

  • ECON324: Advanced Macroeconomics

  • ECON325: Advanced Microeconomic Theory

  • ECON326: Monetary Macroeconomics

  • ECON327: Human Resource Economics

  • ECON329: Mathematical Economics

  • ECON330: Econometrics

  • ECON331: Industrial Organisation

  • ECON332: Development Economics

  • ECON333: International Economics

  • ECON334: International Business

  • ECON335: Dissertation Module

  • ECON350a: Business Placement

  • ECON350b: Business Placement Dissertation

  • ECON801: Research Skills for Economists

  • ECON802: Mathematics for Economists

  • ECON803: Microeconometrics

  • ECON804: Time Series

  • ECON805: Macroeconomics

  • ECON810: Applied Behavioural Economics

  • ECON811: The Economics of Human Capital

  • ECON820: Research Proposal

  • ECONM421: Dynamic Macroeconomics

  • ECONM422: Advanced Microeconomic Theory

  • ECONM423: Applied Econometrics

  • ECONM424: Advanced Topics in Microeconomics

  • ECONM425: Advanced Econometric Theory

  • ECONM426: Advanced Topics in Development Economics

  • ECONM427: Sustainable Development

  • ECONM428: Advanced Methods for Environmental Evaluation & Decision-Making

  • QFIN400: Dissertation

  • Educational Research (15)

  • ED.R THESIS: Thesis (Educational Research)

  • ED.S.THESIS: Thesis (Educational Research)

  • ED.S236: Cultures, Ideologies and Change: Exploring Higher Education

  • ED.S242: Disability and Education

  • ED.S841: Connecting research and practice

  • ED.S842: Enhancing Learning Teaching and Assessment at University

  • ED.S843: Researching Higher Education

  • ED.S844: Evaluative practice in social policy domains: higher education

  • ED.S845: Enhancing Higher Education: Policy and change processes

  • ED.S851: Understanding Social Justice Internationally: Issues, Theories and Approaches.

  • ED.S852: Promoting Social Justice through Education.

  • ED.S853: Evaluating the implementation of Social Justice Programmes.

  • ED.S854: Researching Social Justice

  • ED.S855: Social Justice in Institutions and Organisations

  • PINE308a: Advanced Workshops in the Psychology of Education

  • Engineering (63)

  • ENGR THESIS: Thesis (Engineering)

  • ENGR111: Strength and materials

  • ENGR112: The World of Manufacture

  • ENGR113: Electrical and Electronics Fundamentals

  • ENGR114: Sensing and Signals

  • ENGR115: Computers and Control

  • ENGR116: The Digital Domain

  • ENGR117: Transport technology

  • ENGR118: Energy, Chemical and Sustainable Engineering

  • ENGR119: Design, Innovation and 3-D Thinking

  • ENGR120: Electronic Information Systems Design

  • ENGR160: Process Engineering Fundamentals

  • ENGR201: Engineering Analysis

  • ENGR202: Instrumentation and Control

  • ENGR203: Power and Heat

  • ENGR204: Engineering Projects

  • ENGR205: Business Development Project

  • ENGR216: Mechanics and Vibrations

  • ENGR217: Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics

  • ENGR218: Materials & Design

  • ENGR226: Electrical Circuits and Power Systems

  • ENGR227: Electromagnetics & RF Engineering

  • ENGR228: Digital Electronics

  • ENGR236: Nuclear Engineering

  • ENGR238: Decommissioning and Sustainability

  • ENGR261: Reactors and Equipment

  • ENGR262: Particle Technology and Separation Processes

  • ENGR263: Process Transfers of Mass and Heat

  • ENGR300: Individual BEng Project

  • ENGR301: Individual MEng Project

  • ENGR311: Engineering Management

  • ENGR312: Electrical and Fluid Drives and Actuators

  • ENGR332: Integrated Circuit Engineering

  • ENGR333: Analogue Electronics

  • ENGR334: Programmable Systems

  • ENGR335: Optoelectronics and wireless communications

  • ENGR352: Mechanics

  • ENGR353: Design and Manufacturing

  • ENGR354: Engineering Materials

  • ENGR355: Machine Elements

  • ENGR361: Nuclear Medicine

  • ENGR362: Nuclear Instrumentation

  • ENGR371: Energy Conversion

  • ENGR372: Life Cycle Analysis

  • ENGR400: Introduction Module

  • ENGR401: System design and modelling

  • ENGR402: Advanced Embedded Systems

  • ENGR403: Renewable Energy

  • ENGR404: Mechanics and Actuators

  • ENGR405: Interfacing and Integration

  • ENGR406: Intelligent System Control

  • ENGR407: Group Project

  • ENGR410: Microsystem and System-on-Chip Technology

  • ENGR411: Advanced CAD/CAM

  • ENGR424: Smart Systems

  • ENGR425: Nuclear Safety & Design

  • ENGR429: Electrical Power Systems Analysis & Modelling

  • ENGR445: Leadership in Technology

  • ENGR500: Engineering year in industry

  • MATH141: Introductory Engineering Mathematics

  • MATH142: Calculus

  • MATH143: Differential Equations

  • MATH144: Further Engineering Mathematics

  • Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (12)

  • ENTR101: Entrepreneurship: Key Debates and Concepts

  • ENTR207: Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship

  • ENTR208: Small Business and the SME Sector

  • ENTR209: Entrepreneurship in a Global Context

  • ENTR309: New Venture Planning

  • ENTR310: Entrepreneurial Learning

  • ENTR311: Franchising

  • ENTR313: Innovation

  • ENTR314: Family Business

  • ENTR315: Social Contexts of Entrepreneurship

  • ENTR350a: Year 3 Placement

  • ENTR350b: Year 4 Dissertation

  • Politics, Philosophy and Religion (72)

  • EPR.100: Ethics, Philosophy and Religion

  • PHIL.THESIS: Thesis (Institute for Environment, Philosophy and Public Policy)

  • PHIL100: Introduction to Philosophy

  • POLI THESIS: Thesis (Politics and International Relations)

  • POLI100: Politics and Governance in the Contemporary World

  • PPR.201: History of Philosophy

  • PPR.202: Ethics: Theory and Practice

  • PPR.203: Philosophy of Science

  • PPR.204: Philosophy of the Mind

  • PPR.205: Knowledge and Reality

  • PPR.210: Philosophy of Science

  • PPR.211: Philosophical Questions in the Study of Politics and Economics

  • PPR.212: Metaphysics

  • PPR.213: Epistemology

  • PPR.220: Modern Political Thought

  • PPR.221: International Relations and Security

  • PPR.222: The Politics of Development

  • PPR.223: The United Kingdom: State, Politics and Policies

  • PPR.224: The Politics of the European Union

  • PPR.225: Introduction to Peace Studies

  • PPR.226: Comparative Politics of the Asia Pacific and the Middle East

  • PPR.227: Foreign policy of contending powers

  • PPR.239: Indian Politics, Society and Religion

  • PPR.240: Contemporary Issues in Asian Religions

  • PPR.241: Contemporary Issues in Christianity and Islam

  • PPR.242: Religion and Society

  • PPR.243: Constructing Ethics: Christianity and Islam

  • PPR.250: Christianity in the Modern World: Traditions and Transformations

  • PPR.251: Islam: Tradition, Community and Contemporary Challenges

  • PPR.252: Buddhism and Modernity in Asian Societies

  • PPR.253: Hinduism in the Modern World

  • PPR.301: Aesthetics

  • PPR.302: Continental Philosophy

  • PPR.304: Themes in the Philosophy of the Sciences

  • PPR.305: Logic and Language

  • PPR.307: History of Twentieth Century Philosophy

  • PPR.309: Practical Philosophy

  • PPR.321: Reading Political Theory

  • PPR.324: Politics of Global Danger

  • PPR.325: International Political Economy of Globalization

  • PPR.328: Understanding External Intervention in Violent Conflicts

  • PPR.330: Britain in the World

  • PPR.333: Contemporary Issues in the Middle East

  • PPR.336: Africa and Global Politics

  • PPR.339: Elections, Voters and Political Parties

  • PPR.340: Islamic Politics

  • PPR.341: Contemporary Issues in Human Rights

  • PPR.343: Corporations, Global Political Economy and the Law

  • PPR.344: Politics of Cultural Diversity

  • PPR.345: Exploring the Persian Gulf

  • PPR.350: Indian Religious and Philosophical Thought

  • PPR.351: Modern Religious and Atheistic Thought

  • PPR.352: New religions and alternative spiritualities

  • PPR.354: Reading Buddhism

  • PPR.356: Religion in schools

  • PPR.357: Religion and politics

  • PPR.359: Religion in Contemporary Indian Life

  • PPR.360: Modern Christian thought

  • PPR.361: The Ritual and Social Contexts of Spirit Possession

  • PPR.362: Religion and Violence

  • PPR.363: Media, Religion and Politics

  • PPR.390: PPR in Education

  • PPR.391a: Religions in the Modern World

  • PPR.391b: China in the Modern World

  • PPR.391c: Philosophy of Medicine

  • PPR.392a: Future generations

  • PPR.392d: Special Subject: The Imagination

  • PPR.393: Dissertation with field studies

  • PPR.394: Dissertation with external collaboration

  • PPR.399: Dissertation

  • R.ST THESIS: Thesis (Religious Studies)

  • R.ST100: Religions of the Modern World

  • Management School UG Office (164)

  • EUROBBA300: Euro BBA 3rd year (LU) Placement

  • EUROESB201: Preparation for Internship I

  • EUROESB202: Mandatory Internship I

  • EUROESB203: Colloquium on Internship I

  • EUROESB204: Communication Skills and Intercultural Competence III

  • EUROESB205: Organisational Behaviour & Theory

  • EUROESB206: Finance II

  • EUROESB207: Accounting II

  • EUROESB208: Financial Accounting

  • EUROESB209: International Business

  • EUROESB210: Marketing Project

  • EUROESB211: 2nd yr ESB Elective 1

  • EUROESB212: 2nd yr ESB Elective 2

  • EUROESB301: Strategy 1

  • EUROESB302: International Trade

  • EUROESB303: Theory of Economic Policy

  • EUROESB304: Management Informations Systems 1 (MIS)

  • EUROESB305: Product and Information Management 1

  • EUROESB306: Human Resources

  • EUROESB307: Accounting and Corporate Finance II

  • EUROESB308: Applied Accounting and Corporate Finance

  • EUROESB309: Preparation for Internship II

  • EUROESB310: Mandatory Internship II

  • EUROESB311: Colloquium on Internship II

  • EUROESB312: 3rd Yr ESB Elective 1

  • EUROESB313: 3rd Yr ESB Elective 2

  • EUROESB314: 3rd Yr ESB Elective 3

  • EUROESB401: Strategy II

  • EUROESB402: Business Law

  • EUROESB403: ESB 4th Yr Thesis

  • EUROESB404: Strategy III

  • EUROESB405: The EU System

  • EUROESB406: Management Information Systems II (MIS)

  • EUROESB407: Product and Information Management II

  • EUROESB408: Business Ethics

  • EUROESB409: 4th yr ESB Elective 1

  • EUROESB410: 4th yr ESB Elective 2

  • EUROESB411: 4th yr ESB Elective 3

  • EUROICADE201: Microeconomics

  • EUROICADE202: Financial Accounting

  • EUROICADE203: Financial Mathematics

  • EUROICADE204: Business Law

  • EUROICADE205: Market Research

  • EUROICADE206: Statistics for Business

  • EUROICADE207: Internship

  • EUROICADE208: Introduction to Corporate Finance

  • EUROICADE209: Organisational Behaviour

  • EUROICADE210: Macroeconomics

  • EUROICADE301: Corporate Finance

  • EUROICADE302: International Economics

  • EUROICADE303: International Business

  • EUROICADE304: Human Resource Management

  • EUROICADE305: Operations Management

  • EUROICADE306: Business Law II

  • EUROICADE307: Management Accounting

  • EUROICADE308: Financial Markets

  • EUROICADE309: Analysis of the Macroeconomic Environment

  • EUROICADE310: Research Methodology or Business Creation

  • EUROICADE311: Christianity ad Social Ethics

  • EUROICADE312: Language

  • EUROICADE401: Marketing

  • EUROICADE402: Econometrics

  • EUROICADE403: Business Taxation

  • EUROICADE404: Elective 1

  • EUROICADE405: Elective 2

  • EUROICADE406: Final Project

  • EUROICADE407: Business Strategy

  • EUROICADE408: Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

  • EUROICADE409: Elective 3

  • EUROICADE410: Elective 4

  • EUROICADE411: Elective 5

  • EURONE201: Managerial Accounting

  • EURONE202: Financial Management

  • EURONE203: Introduction to Marketing

  • EURONE204: Management Information Systems

  • EURONE301: Adcanced Writing in Discipline

  • EURONE302: Living & Working Abroad

  • EURONE305: Financial Reporting and Analysis 1

  • EURONE306: International Communication Abroad

  • EURONE307: Designing Web Applications

  • EURONE402: Dialogue/Civilisations - Regionals

  • EURONOEMA201: European Economics

  • EURONOEMA202: Organisational Behaviour

  • EURONOEMA203: Corporate Social Responsibility

  • EURONOEMA204: Market Studies

  • EURONOEMA205: Market Place Simulation

  • EURONOEMA206: Financial Markets

  • EURONOEMA207: Financial Accounting

  • EURONOEMA208: International Accounting

  • EURONOEMA209: Language I

  • EURONOEMA210: Language 2

  • EURONOEMA211: Internship (22 weeks)

  • EURONOEMA212: Elective 1

  • EURONOEMA213: Elective 2

  • EURONOEMA301: Strategic Marketing

  • EURONOEMA302: International Economics

  • EURONOEMA303: Europe and Globalisation I

  • EURONOEMA304: Information Systems

  • EURONOEMA305: Human Resource Management

  • EURONOEMA306: Crosscultural team management

  • EURONOEMA307: Supply chain management

  • EURONOEMA308: Purchasing management

  • EURONOEMA309: Placement coaching + Internship (26 weeks)

  • EURONOEMA310: Financial Management

  • EURONOEMA311: Financial Accounting

  • EURONOEMA312: French

  • EURONOEMA401: Strategy

  • EURONOEMA402: Europe and Globalisation II

  • EURONOEMA403: Corporate Social Responsibility (RSE)

  • EURONOEMA404: Buisness Ethics

  • EURONOEMA405: Management of Information Systems

  • EURONOEMA406: Management of Change

  • EURONOEMA407: Research Methodology

  • EURONOEMA408: Memoire

  • EURONOEMA409: Introduction to Management Control

  • EURONOEMA410: Int Negotiation & Mgmt of Conflict

  • EURONOEMA411: Development De Enterprise

  • EURONOEMA412: Strategic Management

  • EURONOEMA413: Fiscalite des enterprises

  • EURONOEMA414: Major 1

  • EURONOEMA415: Major 2

  • EURONOEMA416: Elective 1

  • EURONOEMA417: Elective 2

  • EURONOEMA418: Elective 3

  • EURONOEMA419: Elective 4

  • EUROUCSC201: Planning and Control

  • EUROUCSC202: Financial Statement Analysis

  • EUROUCSC203: Commercial Law

  • EUROUCSC204: Capital budgeting

  • EUROUCSC205: Financing decisions

  • EUROUCSC206: Macroeconomics 

  • EUROUCSC207: Business Organisation 

  • EUROUCSC208: Statistics

  • EUROUCSC209: Internship

  • EUROUCSC210: Second language (French/Spanish/German)

  • EUROUCSC301: Labour Law

  • EUROUCSC302: Labour Economics

  • EUROUCSC303: Tax Law

  • EUROUCSC304: Logistics and Supply Chain Management 

  • EUROUCSC305: Enterprise Information Systems 

  • EUROUCSC306: Institutions of Economics Policy

  • EUROUCSC307: International Economics

  • EUROUCSC308: Business Strategy

  • EUROUCSC309: Corporate Social Responsibility

  • EUROUCSC310: HR Management

  • EUROUCSC401: Corporate strategy 

  • EUROUCSC402: Cross Cultural Management 

  • EUROUCSC403: Entrepreneurship 

  • EUROUCSC404: International competitiveness 

  • EUROUCSC405: Strategy and Management of International Firms

  • EUROUCSC406: USCS 4th yr Elective 1

  • EUROUCSC407: USCS 4th yr Elective 2

  • EUROUCSC408: Internship and final dissertation

  • MNGT100: Study Abroad Mathematics

  • MNGT150: Preparation for Placement

  • MNGT222: Work Based Learning

  • MNGT321: Management in the 21st Century: Central Questions of Employability, Globalisation and Ethics

  • MNGT322a: Work Based Learning

  • MNGT322b: Work Based Learning

  • MNGT350a: Year 3 Placement

  • MNGT350b: Year 4 Dissertation

  • MNGT360a: Employability Workshops and Placement

  • MNGT360b: European Management Dissertation

  • MNGTeya2: Management European year 2 abroad

  • Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences PG Office (22)

  • FASS604: The Analysis of Culture

  • FASS605: Gramsci

  • FASS610: Introduction to Qualitative Research

  • FASS611: Ethnography & Participant Observation

  • FASS612: Interviewing as a Research Technique

  • FASS613: Visual Methods in the Social Sciences & Humanities

  • FASS614: Validity, reliability & generalisability in qualitative research

  • FASS615: Focus Groups

  • FASS616: Text Analysis for Social Scientists

  • FASS617: How to Make the Most of your Supervision

  • FASS618: The PhD Viva: Tragedy or Triumph? (Final Year Students only)

  • FASS619: Advanced Thesis Writing (Second Year Students only): Refocusing the Thesis

  • FASS619d: Advanced Thesis Writing (Second Year Students only): Refocusing the Thesis (distance learning)

  • FASS620: Advanced Thesis Writing (Final Year Students only): Towards Completion

  • FASS620d: Advanced Thesis Writing (Final Year Students only): Towards Completion (distance learning)

  • FASS621: Research Impact and User Engagement

  • FASS622: Postgraduate Employability

  • FASS627: Spatial Theory

  • FASS628: Interdisciplinarity

  • FASS629: Textual Practice

  • FASS630: Action research, autoethnography and other creative methods

  • FASS631: Researching Visual Culture

  • Faculty of Science and Technology Graduate School (15)

  • FST601: Scientific writing courses for International Students (optional)

  • FSTG601: Managing Your PhD

  • FSTG602: Using databases for your research

  • FSTG603: Writing Scientific Papers

  • FSTG604: Using Endnote

  • FSTG605: Keeping up to date with your research

  • FSTG606: Project Management for PG Researchers

  • FSTG607: Poster Presentation Skills

  • FSTG608: Peer-to-peer coaching skills

  • FSTG609: Conference presentation skills

  • FSTG610: Writing grant proposals and getting funding

  • FSTG611: Engagement: Communicating your research to non-specialists

  • FSTG612: Writing your Thesis - Getting started

  • FSTG613: International students writing group

  • FSTG614: Writing retreat

  • Goenka: Department of Business Studies (63)

  • GDAC.F212: Principles of Financial Accounting (Goenka)

  • GDAC.F213: Management Accounting for Business Decisions (Goenka)

  • GDAC.F261: Introduction to Financial Accounting for managers (Goenka)

  • GDAC.F303: Advanced Management Accounting (Goenka)

  • GDAC.F311: Financial Accounting II (Goenka)

  • GDECON100: Principles of Economics (Goenka)

  • GDECON210: Introduction to Statistical Methods for Economists (Goenka)

  • GDECON211: Mathematics for Economics (Goenka)

  • GDECON224: Introduction to Economics for Managers (Goenka)

  • GDECON225: Further Topics in Economics for Managers (Goenka)

  • GDECON326: Monetary Macroeconomics (Goenka)

  • GDENTR101: Entrepreneurship: Key Debates and Concepts (Goenka)

  • GDENTR207: Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship (Goenka)

  • GDENTR208: Small Business and the SME Sector (Goenka)

  • GDENTR309: New Venture Planning (Goenka)

  • GDENTR310: Entrepreneurial Learning (Goenka)

  • GDENTR311: Franchising (Goenka)

  • GDENTR313: Innovation (Goenka)

  • GDENTR314: Family Business (Goenka)

  • GDENTR315: Social Contexts of Entrepreneurship (Goenka)

  • GDGMSI301: Managerial Economics

  • GDGMSI302: Accounting & Financial Analysis

  • GDGMSI303: Statistics for Business

  • GDGMSI304: Business Communication

  • GDGMSI305: Marketing Management

  • GDGMSI306: Management Accounting

  • GDGMSI307: Managerial Finance

  • GDGMSI308: Research Methods

  • GDGMSI309: Human Resources Management

  • GDGMSI310: Management Information Systems

  • GDGMSI311: Quantitative Techniques

  • GDGMSI312: Summer Internship

  • GDMKTG101: Introduction to Marketing (Goenka)

  • GDMKTG207: Advertising Simulation (Goenka)

  • GDMKTG210: Marketing Research (Goenka)

  • GDMKTG232: Advertising (Goenka)

  • GDMKTG233: Digital Marketing (Goenka)

  • GDMKTG301: Strategic Marketing (Goenka)

  • GDMKTG315: Managing Marketing Innovation (Goenka)

  • GDMKTG316: Advanced Topics in Consumer Behaviour (Goenka)

  • GDMKTG317: Brand Strategy (Goenka)

  • GDMKTG322: Marketing of Services (Goenka)

  • GDMKTG329: Organisational Marketing (Goenka)

  • GDMKTG331: Advertising Consultancy (Goenka)

  • GDMKTG334: Integrated Communications (Goenka)

  • GDMNGT190: Disciplinary Perspectives of Information Systems (Goenka)

  • GDMNGT200: Management and Consulting Practice and Critique (Goenka)

  • GDMNGT213: Data Analysis for Management (Goenka)

  • GDMSCI102: Introduction to Operations Management (Goenka)

  • GDMSCI110: Introduction to Business Analytics (Goenka)

  • GDMSCI251: Project Management Tools & Techniques (Goenka)

  • GDMSCI281: Supply Chain Management (Goenka)

  • GDOWT.100: Management & Organisation I (Goenka)

  • GDOWT.101: Management and Organisations II (Goenka)

  • GDOWT.221: Understanding the individual in the workplace (Goenka)

  • GDOWT.223: Human Resource Management I (Goenka)

  • GDOWT.224: Human Resource Management II (Goenka)

  • GDOWT.320: Organisation Studies and the Management of Changes: Key Approaches (Goenka)

  • GDOWT.322: Managing Human Resources (Goenka)

  • GDOWT.323: Comparative and international HRM (Goenka)

  • GDOWT.324: Management and Organisation: Key approaches (Goenka)

  • GDSCC.130: Information Systems (Goenka)

  • GDTEST.01: GDTEST.01: SHAREPOINT TvA

  • Goenka: Department of Engineering (54)

  • GDENGR111: Strength and materials (Goenka)

  • GDENGR112: The World of Manufacture (Goenka)

  • GDENGR113: Electrical and Electronics Fundamentals (Goenka)

  • GDENGR114: Sensing and Signals (Goenka)

  • GDENGR115: Computers and Control (Goenka)

  • GDENGR116: The Digital Domain (Goenka)

  • GDENGR117: Transport technology (Goenka)

  • GDENGR118: Energy, Technology and Sustainability (Goenka)

  • GDENGR119: Design, Innovation and 3-D Thinking (Goenka)

  • GDENGR120: Electronic Information Systems Design (Goenka)

  • GDENGR201: Engineering Analysis (Goenka)

  • GDENGR202: Instrumentation and Control (Goenka)

  • GDENGR203: Power and Heat (Goenka)

  • GDENGR204: Engineering Projects (Goenka)

  • GDENGR205: Business Development Project (Goenka)

  • GDENGR216: Mechanics and Vibrations (Goenka)

  • GDENGR217: Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics (Goenka)

  • GDENGR218: Materials & Design (Goenka)

  • GDENGR226: Electrical Circuits and Power Systems (Goenka)

  • GDENGR227: Electromagnetics & RF Engineering (Goenka)

  • GDENGR228: Digital Electronics (Goenka)

  • GDENGR300: Individual BEng Project

  • GDENGR311: Engineering Management (Goenka)

  • GDENGR312: Electrical and Fluid Drives and Actuators (Goenka)

  • GDENGR332: Integrated Circuit Engineering (Goenka)

  • GDENGR333: Analogue Electronics (Goenka)

  • GDENGR334: Programmable Systems (Goenka)

  • GDENGR335: Wireless Systems (Goenka)

  • GDENGR352: Mechanics (Goenka)

  • GDENGR353: Design and Manufacturing (Goenka)

  • GDENGR354: Engineering Materials (Goenka)

  • GDENGR355: Machine Elements (Goenka)

  • GDENGR400: Introduction module

  • GDENGR401: System Design and Modelling

  • GDENGR402: Advanced Embedded Systems

  • GDENGR404: Mechanics and Actuators

  • GDENGR406: Intelligent System Control

  • GDENGR406: Intelligent System Control

  • GDENGR407: Group Project

  • GDENGR411: Advanced CAD/CAM

  • GDENGR424: Smart Systems

  • GDENGR445: Leadership in Technology (Goenka)

  • GDMATH141: Algebra, Graphs and Elementary Complex Numbers (Goenka)

  • GDMATH142: Determinants, Vectors and Further Complex Numbers (Goenka)

  • GDMATH143: Elementary Calculus (Goenka)

  • GDMATH144: Differential Equations (Goenka)

  • GDMATH145: Further Calculus and Numerical Techniques (Goenka)

  • GDSCC.110: Software Development (Goenka)

  • GDSCC.203: Computer Networks (Goenka)

  • GDSCC.204: Software Design (Goenka)

  • GDSCC.211: Operating Systems (Goenka)

  • GDSCC.212: Advanced Programming (Goenka)

  • GDSCC.311: Distributed Systems

  • GDSCC.361: Artificial Intelligence

  • Ghana Business Studies Dpt (6)

  • GHAC.F100: Introduction to Accounting and Finance

  • GHECON102: Principles of Economics B

  • GHMKTG101: Introduction to Marketing

  • GHMNGT120: Business and Management: An introduction to Theory and Practice

  • GHMSCI101: Statistics and Computing for Management

  • GHMSCI103: Introduction to Management Science / Operational Research

  • Ghana Politics Dpt (2)

  • GHEPR.100: Ethics, Philosophy and Religion [Ghana]

  • GHPOLI100: Politics and Governance in the Contemporary World (Ghana)

  • Ghana Foundation Studies Dpt (16)

  • GHFD001: Introduction to Management

  • GHFD002: Introduction to Accounting

  • GHFD003: Introduction to Law

  • GHFD004: Introduction to Project Management

  • GHFD005: Introduction to Economics

  • GHFD006: Introduction to Marketing

  • GHFD007: Business Project

  • GHFD008: Fundamentals of IT

  • GHFD009: Introduction to Programming

  • GHFD010: IT Project

  • GHFD011: Introduction to Psychology

  • GHFD012: Introduction to Political Science

  • GHFD013: Law, Psychology, or Political Science Project

  • GHFD014: Critical Thinking, Research and Writing

  • GHFD015: Mathematical Foundations

  • GHFD016: Computer Productivity

  • Ghana Law Dpt (7)

  • GHLaw101: Ghana Legal System

  • GHLaw102: Law of Contract

  • GHLaw103: Constitutional Law

  • GHLaw104: Criminal Law

  • GHLaw105: Legal Method and Legal Writing I and II

  • GHLaw106: Mooting and Basic Legal Advocacy

  • GHLaw107: Administrative Law

  • Ghana Psychology Dpt (1)

  • GHPSYC101: Understanding Psychology

  • Ghana Computing Dpt (4)

  • GHSCC.110: Software Development

  • GHSCC.120: Fundamentals of Computer Science

  • GHSCC.130: Information Systems

  • GHSCC.150: Digital Systems

  • Graduate Management School (27)

  • GMS.601: Managing your PhD

  • GMS.602: Plagiarism

  • GMS.603: Writing Your Literature Review

  • GMS.604: Managing Writing

  • GMS.605: Ethics and Research

  • GMS.606: Introduction to Research Methods

  • GMS.607: Writing retreat

  • GMS.608: Evaluating Academic Literature

  • GMS.609: Writing for Academic Journals in the Context of Career

  • GMS.610: Qualitative Research Strategy and Design

  • GMS.611: Qualitative Research Methods and Data Analysis

  • GMS.612: Quantitative Research

  • GMS.613: Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research Clinic

  • GMS.614: Panels and Reviews

  • GMS.615: Vivas: How to get through them

  • GMS.616: How to present your work in public and at conferences

  • GMS.617: How to get Your Book Published

  • GMS.618: How to write a thesis

  • GMS.619: Employability Session

  • GMS.620: Managing Your PhD Part Time

  • GMS.621: PhD Research Training 1

  • GMS.622: PhD Research Training 2

  • LUMSPGR1: LUMS PGR Events - LUMS Students Only

  • LUMSPGR2: LUMS PGR Events - All Students

  • MNGT THESIS: Thesis (Management School)

  • MNGT527: The Production of Managerial Knowledge I: The Rise of Management Ideas and Concepts

  • MNGT528: Research Design in Management

  • Sociology (48)

  • GWS.101: Introduction to Gender and Womens' Studies

  • MCS.101: Introduction to Media and Cultural Studies

  • MCS.200: Critical Cultural Theory

  • MCS.204: Viral Video Production

  • MCS.224: Media and Visual Culture

  • MCS.226: Gender and Media

  • MCS.303: Facebook, Twitter and Political Revolution

  • MCS.360: Media and Cultural Studies III Project

  • SOCL.THESIS: Thesis (Sociology)

  • SOCL101: Introduction to Sociology

  • SOCL200: Understanding Social Thought

  • SOCL201: Research Skills and Techniques

  • SOCL202: Research Methods

  • SOCL205: Living with Capitalism: Work and Proft

  • SOCL207: Friendship, Intimacy and Society

  • SOCL208: Gender, Sexuality and Society

  • SOCL210: Virtual Cultures

  • SOCL218: Socio-Cultural approaches to Advertising

  • SOCL230: Bodies in Society

  • SOCL307: Modernity and its Discontents

  • SOCL310: Nation, Migration, Multiculturalism

  • SOCL311: Disasters: Why do things go wrong?

  • SOCL314: Feminism and Social Change

  • SOCL315: Imagining the Future

  • SOCL316: Sociology goes to Hollywood

  • SOCL324: Media in a Global Age

  • SOCL327: Violence and Society

  • SOCL330: Living with Capitalism: Class, Distribution and Recognition

  • SOCL360: Doing Sociological Research

  • SWK.115: Social Work Practice 1

  • SWK.116: Contemporary Social Problems

  • SWK.272: Social Work with Children and Families

  • SWK.274: Social Work Practice 2

  • SWK.275: Placement 1

  • SWK.275a: Placement 1 (practice assignment)

  • SWK.275b: Placement 1 (practice portfolio)

  • SWK.277: The Research-minded Practitioner

  • SWK.278: Social Work in Adult Social Care

  • SWK.279: Social Work and Young People

  • SWK.371: Dissertation

  • SWK.371(Yr2): Dissertation (preparation)

  • SWK.373: Placement 2

  • SWK.373a: Placement 2 (practice assignment)

  • SWK.373b: Placement 2 (practice portfolio)

  • SWK.378: Mental distress and Health

  • SWK.378b: A Human Rights Approach to Social Work Practice

  • SWK.379: Social Work and Drug Use

  • W.S. THESIS: Thesis (Women's Studies)

  • History (43)

  • HIST100: From Medieval to Modern: History and Historians

  • HIST200: The Making of Germany, 843-1122

  • HIST201: From Bede to Becket: The Cult of Saints in Earlier Medieval England, c.600-1200

  • HIST204: The Origins and Rise of Islam (600-1250 AD)

  • HIST205: Byzantine and Muslim Sicily (535-1072)

  • HIST206: The Greek World c. 800-404 B.C.: from Homer to the end of the Peloponnesian War

  • HIST207: The Greek World c. 403 ? 31 B.C.: from the end of the Peloponnesian War to the Coming of Rome

  • HIST210: Partisans and Collaborators: World War II in Occupied Europe

  • HIST231: Mapping Terra Incognita: Travel and Exploration in The Atlantic and Pacific Worlds 1492-1642

  • HIST239: Between Two Worlds: Russian History 1825-1914

  • HIST244: A History of Paris, c. 1730 to the Present

  • HIST250: The Nature and Practice of History

  • HIST251: Research Proposal

  • HIST256: The United States and the Vietnam War

  • HIST257: After Vietnam: Remembering, Representing and Refighting the 'Bad War'

  • HIST265: Elvis, Tupperware and TV: Popular Culture in Post-War America, 1945 - 1968

  • HIST270: The History of the United States, 1789-1865

  • HIST274: Medicine, Life and Death, 1800 to the Present

  • HIST275: Sex, Babies and the Reproduction of the Nation, 1800 to the Present

  • HIST276: In Search of the Underclass: Politics and Poverty in Britain, 1880-1970

  • HIST278: Sex and Violence in Imperial India, 1857-1919

  • HIST279: Resistance and the End of Empire in India, 1885-1947

  • HIST280: The Victorians and Before: Britain, 1783-1901

  • HIST284: Total War 1916-1920

  • HIST285: New World Order 1919-1939

  • HIST294: Nature and culture 1500-1700: Themes from the Renaissance

  • HIST300: Dissertation

  • HIST300(YR2): Dissertation (Yr2)

  • HIST301: Special Subject Provisional Registration

  • HIST312: The Normans in Italy (1050-1194)

  • HIST317: Richard III and the Princes in the Tower : Politics and Power in the Late Fifteenth Century

  • HIST333: Science and Society in England, 1640-1688

  • HIST343: Advertising and Consumerism in Britain, 1853-1960

  • HIST347: Private Lives and Public Policy: Evacuation, Memory, and the Second World War

  • HIST348: Gender Identities in the People's War: Experiences, Representations and Memories

  • HIST350: Stalinism: From its Origins to its Shadows

  • HIST351: How the Camera Changed the World: the Photographic Image in History

  • HIST353: Film and Memory in Twentieth-century Europe

  • HIST358: The Theatre of the Everyday: Objects, Practices and Aesthetics

  • HIST364: 'The Shock of the New': Modernity and the Modernisms of American Culture, 1877-1919

  • HIST366: The Politics of Memory: The Contested Past in Museums, Monuments, and Minds

  • HIST501: Professional Skills Training in History

  • HISTTHESIS: Thesis (History)

  • IELE (1)

  • IELE THESIS: Thesis (IELE)

  • International Office (6)

  • INT.251: Study Abroad 10 Credit Unit 1

  • INT.252: Study Abroad 10 Credit Unit 2

  • INT.253: Study Abroad 10 Credit Unit 3

  • INT.254: Study Abroad 10 Credit Unit 2

  • INT.255: Study Abroad 10 Credit Unit 2

  • INT.256: Study Abroad 10 Credit Unit 6

  • Student Registry (1)

  • LANCAWARD: Lancaster Award

  • Lancaster Medical School (27)

  • LMS.PGR: Medical School Postgraduate Research Student Support

  • MBChB 301b: Paper 2 (Medical Sciences continued)

  • MBChB 301c: Paper 3 (Population Health; Health, Culture and Society; Professional Practice, Values and Ethics)

  • MBChB 301d: OSCE

  • MBCHB101: Problem Based Learning Year 1

  • MBCHB101b: Year 1 Paper 2 - Medical Sciences

  • MBCHB101c: Year 1 Paper 3 - Population Health, Health, Culture and Society, Professional Practice, Values and Ethics

  • MBCHB101d: Year 1 OSCE

  • MBCHB102: Special Study Module 1

  • MBCHB103: Community Placement

  • MBCHB201: Problem Based Learning Year 2

  • MBCHB201b: Year 2 Paper 2 - Medical Sciences

  • MBCHB201c: Year 2 Paper 3 - Population Health, Health, Culture and Society, Professional Practice, Values and Ethics

  • MBCHB201d: Year 2 OSCE

  • MBCHB202: Special Study Module 2

  • MBCHB204: Hospital Placement (Year 2 Medicine and Surgery)

  • MBCHB205: Community Course (year 2)

  • MBCHB300: Medicine Yr3 Students

  • MBChB301: Year 3 Clinical Rotations

  • MBChB302: Professional Practice, Values and Ethics

  • MBChB303: Special Study Module 4 (year 3)

  • MBCHB400: Medicine Year 4 Students

  • MBCHB501: Medicine Year 5 students

  • MED.701: Literature review

  • MED.702: Principles of evidence-based practice

  • MED.703: Practice-based Dissertation

  • MEDI THESIS: Thesis (Medicine and Surgery)

  • LU Dept - International Study Centre (1)

  • LUISC12UG: English Language Preparation Programme (12 weeks)

  • Management Development Division (Dept) (1)

  • M.DD THESIS: Thesis (Management Development Division)

  • Marketing (25)

  • MKTG THESIS: Thesis (Marketing)

  • MKTG100: Marketing Learning Community - First Year

  • MKTG101: Part One Marketing

  • MKTG200: Marketing Learning Community - Second Year

  • MKTG206: Marketing Simulation

  • MKTG210: Marketing Research

  • MKTG222: Marketing Fundamentals

  • MKTG225: Consumer Behaviour

  • MKTG227: Marketing Management Essentials

  • MKTG229: Routes to Market

  • MKTG232: Advertising

  • MKTG233: Digital Marketing

  • MKTG300: Marketing Learning Community - Final year

  • MKTG301: Strategic Marketing

  • MKTG310: Marketing Research and Consultancy Project

  • MKTG311a: Year 3 Industrial Placement

  • MKTG311b: Year 4 Marketing Dissertation

  • MKTG315: Managing Marketing Innovation

  • MKTG316: Advanced Topics in Consumer Behaviour

  • MKTG317: Brand Strategy

  • MKTG322: Marketing of Services

  • MKTG327: The Management of Marketing

  • MKTG329: Business-to-Business Marketing

  • MKTG331: Research Consultancy

  • MKTG334: Integrated Communications

  • Organisation, Work and Technology (24)

  • MNGT190: Disciplinary Perspectives of Information Systems

  • MNGT314: Ethical Responsibility in Business

  • OWT. THESIS: Dissertation (Organisation, Work and Technology)

  • OWT.100: Management and Organisations I

  • OWT.101: Management and Organisations II

  • OWT.221: Understanding the Individual in the Workplace

  • OWT.223: Human Resource Management I

  • OWT.224: Human Resource Management II

  • OWT.226: Management and Information Technology

  • OWT.227: Analysing Organisations

  • OWT.229: Business Ethics: Contemporary issues in management

  • OWT.230: Management, Sustainability and the Natural Environment

  • OWT.250a: Research@Work: Placement Dissertation Preparation

  • OWT.250b: Research@Work: Placement Dissertation Preparation

  • OWT.320: Organisation Studies and the Management of Changes: Key Approaches

  • OWT.321: Organisation Studies and the Management of Changes: Contemporary theory and key practical issues

  • OWT.322: Managing Human Resources

  • OWT.323: Comparative and International HRM

  • OWT.324: Management and Organisation: Key approaches

  • OWT.325: Management and Organisation: Contemporary approaches and controversies

  • OWT.326: Organising in the Digital Age: Power, Technology and Identity

  • OWT.327: Technology and Organisation: Society and Risk

  • OWT.350a: Year 3 Placement

  • OWT.350b: Year 4 Dissertation

  • Management Science (33)

  • MNGT212: Statistical Methods for Business

  • MNGT213: Data Analysis for Management

  • MSCI THESIS: Thesis (Management Science)

  • MSCI100: Introduction to Business Analytics

  • MSCI101: Statistics and Computing for Management

  • MSCI102: Introduction to Operations Management

  • MSCI103: Introduction to Management Science / Operational Research

  • MSCI104: Introduction to Management Science and Operational Research

  • MSCI105: Project Event Management

  • MSCI110: Introduction to Business Analytics

  • MSCI111: Statistics and Computing for Management

  • MSCI203: Introduction to Systems and Business Analysis

  • MSCI206: IT in Organisations: Introduction to ERPs

  • MSCI222: Optimisation

  • MSCI223: Business Modelling and Simulation

  • MSCI224: Techniques for Management Decision Making

  • MSCI231: Introduction to Operations Management

  • MSCI242: Spreadsheet Modelling for Management

  • MSCI251: Project Management Tools & Techniques

  • MSCI252: Project Management and Consultancy Skills

  • MSCI255: Managing Projects

  • MSCI281: Supply Chain Management

  • MSCI282: Quality and Risk Management

  • MSCI304: Developing Business Information Systems

  • MSCI331: Data Mining for Direct Marketing and Finance

  • MSCI342: Advanced Spreadsheet Modelling

  • MSCI352: Project Management: Negotiation and Decision Support

  • MSCI354: Structuring Complex Problems

  • MSCI375: E-Business Management

  • MSCI379: BCIS Project

  • MSCI381: Business Forecasting

  • MSCI382: Innovative Developments in Operations Management

  • PMD.901: Module for Part time PECert in Project Management

  • Centre for NW Regional Studies (1)

  • NWRS THESIS: Thesis (Centre for NW Regional Studies)

  • Physics (113)

  • PHYS THESIS: Thesis (Physics)

  • PHYS101: The Physical Universe

  • PHYS102: Classical Mechanics

  • PHYS103: Electric and Magnetic Fields

  • PHYS104: Thermal Properties of Matter

  • PHYS105: Quantum Physics

  • PHYS111: Functions and differentiation

  • PHYS112: Integration

  • PHYS113: Series and Differential Equations

  • PHYS114: Complex methods

  • PHYS115: Vector Calculus

  • PHYS121: Planets, Stars and Galaxies

  • PHYS122: Space, Time and Gravity

  • PHYS123: The Microscopic World

  • PHYS124: Origins and Evolution

  • PHYS125: The Big Issues

  • PHYS131: Vectors & Vector Algebra / IT Skills

  • PHYS132: Basic Physics Skills / Communication Skills

  • PHYS133: Oscillations & Waves / Practical Lab I

  • PHYS134: Electrical Circuits & Instruments / Practical Lab II

  • PHYS135: Optics & Optical Instruments / Practical Lab III

  • PHYS211: Maths I

  • PHYS213: Maths II

  • PHYS221: Electromagnetism

  • PHYS222: Electromagnetism, Waves and Optics

  • PHYS223: Quantum Mechanics

  • PHYS225: Relativity

  • PHYS231: Waves & Optics

  • PHYS232: Relativity, Nuclei and Particles

  • PHYS233: Thermal Properties of Matter

  • PHYS235: Nuclei & Particles

  • PHYS243: Essentials of Biomedical Physics

  • PHYS244: Physiological Monitoring

  • PHYS245: Radiation Medical Physics

  • PHYS252: Introduction to Experimental Lab

  • PHYS253: Experimental Lab I

  • PHYS254: Experimental Lab II

  • PHYS255: Experimental Lab III

  • PHYS256: Experimental principles of particle detection

  • PHYS263: Astronomy

  • PHYS264: Astrophysics I

  • PHYS265: Cosmology I

  • PHYS266: Particle Accelerators and Detectors

  • PHYS268: Space Physics

  • PHYS272: Experimental Physics, Skills and Mechanics

  • PHYS273: Mechanics and Variations

  • PHYS274: Classical Fields

  • PHYS275: Further Quantum Mechanics

  • PHYS277: Experimental Physics

  • PHYS281: Scientific Programming and Modelling Project

  • PHYS311: Particle Physics

  • PHYS313: Solid State Physics

  • PHYS320: General Physics Examination Paper

  • PHYS321: Atomic Physics

  • PHYS322: Statistical Physics

  • PHYS323: Physics of Fluids

  • PHYS340: Astrophysics and Space Science Research Skills

  • PHYS341: Medical Imaging

  • PHYS342: Time Series Analysis

  • PHYS343: Biomedical Informatics Lab

  • PHYS344: Synchronization

  • PHYS350: Practical Research Skills

  • PHYS351: Semiconductor Physics Laboratory

  • PHYS352: Low Temperature Physics Laboratory

  • PHYS353: Particle Physics Group Project

  • PHYS354: Physics Literature Search

  • PHYS355: Industrial Group Project

  • PHYS356: Project (P)

  • PHYS357: Dissertation

  • PHYS360: Astrophysics and Cosmology Research Skills

  • PHYS361: Cosmology II

  • PHYS362: Astrophysics II

  • PHYS363: Astrophysics Laboratory

  • PHYS364: Cosmology Group Project

  • PHYS366: Groups and Symmetries

  • PHYS367: Flavour Physics

  • PHYS368: Aurora-Atmospheric Physics

  • PHYS369: Space Science Group Project

  • PHYS370: Theoretical Physics Research Skills

  • PHYS371: Short project I (Theo)

  • PHYS372: Short project TP II (Theo)

  • PHYS373: Short project III (Theo)

  • PHYS375: Theoretical Physics Independent Study

  • PHYS376: Project (Theo)

  • PHYS377: Dissertation (Theo)

  • PHYS378: Theoretical Physics with Mathematics Independent Study

  • PHYS379: Theoretical Physics Group Project

  • PHYS380: Particle Physics and Cosmology Research Skills

  • PHYS384: Physics of Living Systems

  • PHYS385: Advanced Nanoscale Microscopy

  • PHYS386: Physics of Global Warming

  • PHYS387: 21st Century Materials

  • PHYS388: Energy

  • PHYS389: Computer Modelling

  • PHYS390: Theoretical Physics with Mathematics Research Skills

  • PHYS411: Advanced Relativity and Gravity

  • PHYS412: Experimental Methods in Particle Physics

  • PHYS431: Research Presentation Skills

  • PHYS451: MPhys Project

  • PHYS452: MPhys Literature Review

  • PHYS461: Cosmology III

  • PHYS462: Gauge Theories

  • PHYS463: Solar-Planetary Physics

  • PHYS466: Particle Accelerators

  • PHYS481: Advanced Magnetism

  • PHYS482: Quantum transport in Low Dimensional Nanostructures

  • PHYS483: Quantum information processing

  • PHYS484: Advanced Electrodynamics and Gravity

  • PHYS485: Matter at low temperature

  • PHYS486: Lasers and Applications

  • PHYS487: Semiconductor Device Physics

  • PHYS488: Optoelectronics

  • PHYS489: Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos.

  • Psychology (26)

  • PSYC.THESIS: Thesis (Psychology)

  • PSYC101: Understanding Psychology

  • PSYC102: Investigating Psychology

  • PSYC201: Cognitive Psychology

  • PSYC202: Brain and Behaviour

  • PSYC202A: Physiological Psychology

  • PSYC203: Social Psychology

  • PSYC204: Research Methods

  • PSYC205: Developmental Psychology

  • PSYC207: Personality and Individual Differences

  • PSYC214: Statistics

  • PSYC301: Advanced Cognitive Psychology

  • PSYC302: Advanced Human Neuropsychology

  • PSYC303: Advanced Social Psychology

  • PSYC304: Project

  • PSYC305: The Developing Mind

  • PSYC306: Historical and Conceptual Issues in Psychology

  • PSYC311: The Psychology of Attention: from the laboratory to everyday behaviour

  • PSYC313: Professional Skills for Psychologists

  • PSYC314: Independent Project (JYA)

  • PSYC317: Prozac Nation: Human Psychopharmacology

  • PSYC324: Project (combined major)

  • PSYC327: Topics in Clinical Psychology

  • PSYC347: The Neuroscience of Social and Emotional Development

  • PSYC357: Cognitive Psychotherapy: Theoretical and Practical Issues

  • PSYC367: Forensic and Investigative Psychology

  • Ruskin Library and Research Centre (1)

  • RUSK THESIS: Thesis (Ruskin Programme)

  • Sunway: University Business School (Dpt) (48)

  • SWACC1014: Principles of Financial Accounting

  • SWACC1024: Accounting for Decision Making

  • SWACC2014: Financial Accounting

  • SWACC2024: Cost Accounting

  • SWACC2034: Principles of Auditing

  • SWACC2044: Management Accounting

  • SWACC2054: Malaysian Taxation System

  • SWACC3014: Corporate Reporting

  • SWACC3044: Advanced Audit and Assurance

  • SWBAB3206: Strategic Financial Management

  • SWBMB1402: Life & Literature in a Changing World

  • SWBMB2209: Quantitative Business Analysis

  • SWBMB2211: Quantitative Methods for Decision Making

  • SWBMB2302: Cost and Management Accounting

  • SWBMB2402: Political Economy of SE & East Asia

  • SWECN1014: Introductory Economics

  • SWECN2014: Managerial Economics

  • SWECN3014: International Economics

  • SWENG1014: Communications Skills

  • SWFIN1014: Principles of Business Finance

  • SWFIN2014: Financial Management

  • SWFIN2024: Financial Institutions & Markets

  • SWFIN3014: Corporate Finance

  • SWFIN3024: Investment Management

  • SWINT2046: Internship - SUB

  • SWITC1014: Business Computing

  • SWITC3014: Electronic Commerce

  • SWLAW1014: Business Law

  • SWLAW2034: Company Law

  • SWLUSS200: LANCASTER UNIVERSITY SUMMER SCHOOL MODULE: COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

  • SWMAT1014: Calculus

  • SWMGT2024: Scientific Ideas & Innovation

  • SWMGT2044: Human Resource Management

  • SWMGT3054: Strategic Management

  • SWMGT3064: Managing Change

  • SWMGT3073: Leadership

  • SWMKT2024: Marketing Management

  • SWMKT2044: Advertising & Promotions

  • SWMKT2054: Consumer Behaviour

  • SWMKT2074: Marketing Research

  • SWMKT3014: Entrepreneurship

  • SWMKT3024: International Business

  • SWMKT3034: Product Development & Commercialisation

  • SWMKT3064: International Marketing

  • SWSTA1024: Business Statistics

  • SWSTA2024: Research Methods

  • SWSTA3014: Research Project 1

  • SWSTA3024: Research Project 2

  • Sunway: School of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure (Dpt) (5)

  • SWBHB3201: Supervised Work Experience

  • SWBHB3203: Strategic Analysis in the International Hospitality Industry

  • SWBHB3204: Corporate and Incentive Travel

  • SWTEST-2: SWTEST-2 Registry test module TvA

  • SWTEST-3: SWTest-3 Registry test module Tva

  • Sunway: School of Health and Natural Sciences (Dpt) (2)

  • SWBIO1014: Human Physiology

  • SWBIO1054: Introduction to Medical Biotechnology

  • Sunway: School of Computer Technology (Dpt) (28)

  • SWBIS3107: Information Systems Management

  • SWBIS3214: Enterprise Risk Management

  • SWBIS3216: Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery

  • SWBIS3217: Electronic Commerce Development

  • SWBIS3218: Business Intelligent Systems

  • SWCCB2203: Network Security

  • SWCCB3201: Distributed Systems

  • SWCCB3202: Optical Communication Systems

  • SWCCB3302: Networked Systems

  • SWCSC1101: Computer Fundamentals

  • SWCSC2103: Data Structure & Algorithms

  • SWCSC2104: Operating System Fundamentals

  • SWCTB2206: Web Programming 1

  • SWCTB2207: Web Programming 2

  • SWCTB2210: Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms

  • SWCTB2211: Software Engineering 1

  • SWCTB2212: Software Engineering 2

  • SWCTB3202: Programming for Distributed Systems

  • SWCTB3305: Customer Relationship Management

  • SWCTB3310: Software Engineering 2

  • SWCTB3311: Concurrent Programming

  • SWCXB1103: Project Management 1

  • SWCXB2105: Research Methodology

  • SWCXB3101: Internship Programme

  • SWCXB3104: Advanced Database Systems

  • SWMMD3105: Multimedia Networking

  • SWMTH1101: Calculus

  • SWSEG2102: Database Management Systems

  • Sunway: School of Creative Arts and Communication (Dpt) (41)

  • SWBUS3014: Entrepreneurial Studies

  • SWCOM1014: Principles of Mass Communication

  • SWCOM1024: Media, Culture and Society

  • SWCOM1044: Principles of Print Media

  • SWCOM1064: Communication Theory and Practice

  • SWCOM1074: Principles of Advertising and Design

  • SWCOM1084: Principles of Corporate Communication

  • SWCOM2014: Integrated Marketing Communication

  • SWCOM2024: Graphic Communication

  • SWCOM2034: Intercultural Communication

  • SWCOM2044: Media Technology

  • SWCOM2054: Media Relations and Public Affairs

  • SWCOM2064: Investor Relations

  • SWCOM2074: Global Branding and Identity

  • SWCOM2084: Reputation Management

  • SWCOM2114: Media Planning and Management

  • SWCOM2124: Designing with Type

  • SWCOM2134: Creative Advertising

  • SWCOM2144: Corporate Identity Design

  • SWCOM2154: Introduction to Packaging (ELECTIVE)

  • SWCOM2164: Printing Technology (ELECTIVE)

  • SWCOM2174: Digital Publishing

  • SWCOM3014: Public Relations Campaign Management

  • SWCOM3024: Issues and Crisis Communication

  • SWCOM3044: Political Communication

  • SWCOM3054: Corporate Social Responsibility

  • SWCOM3064: Celebrity Culture

  • SWCOM3074: Cross-Cultural Communication

  • SWCOM3084: Basic Narrative Analysis (Film Analysis)

  • SWCOM3114: Creative Copywriting

  • SWCOM3124: Art Direction and Campaign Strategy

  • SWCOM3134: Advanced Graphic Communication

  • SWCOM3144: Advertising Design and Production

  • SWCOM3154: Packaging Design (ELECTIVE)

  • SWENG1050: English for Academic and Professional Communication

  • SWINT3016: Internship - SCAC

  • SWLAW2014: Law and Ethics in Communication

  • SWMKT2014: Consumer Behaviour

  • SWPRJ3016: Research Project

  • SWPSY1084: Psychology in Communication

  • SWRSM3014: Communication Research Methods

  • University of Cumbria (dpt) (1)

  • UCUM THESIS: Thesis (University of Cumbria)

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