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Erasmus & Study Abroad Module Catalogue


The below modules are available for incoming Erasmus and Study Abroad students to select to study. Select the individual tabs below to show the module provision for each subject area.

Please ensure you are selecting modules taught in the correct semester for your exchange period.

Some modules have prerequisites or are subject to change, these are indicated in each section. Please ensure the module code is used in all documents rather than just the module title.

Module codes will provide you with an idea of which level of study that class will be at. The further students’ progress through a degree the more substantial the workload and assessments become. See the codes for the classes below.  i.e., LIT1000 is a 1st year Literature class.

1000 = 1st year of degree studies
2000 = 2nd year of degree studies
3000 = 3rd year of degree studies
4000 = Postgraduate degree studies

All undergraduate level modules are 20 UK credits each. Postgraduate modules are 30 credits each.

Biology Provision

Semester 1 Modules

The following modules are taught in the first/Fall Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 1 or the full academic year.

SCI1112 – Ecology
SCI1115 – Chemistry for Biologists
SCI1117 – Introduction to Cell Biology
SCI2332 – Molecular Genetics
SCI2344 – Immunology and Infectious Diseases
SCI2338 – Plant Form and Physiology
SCI2319 – Laboratory Masterclass
SCI2341 – Up-Canopy
SCI3015 – Genomics and Bioinformatics
SCI3321 – Pharmacology
SCI3328 – Applications of Biotechnology
SCI3359 – Medical Microbiology
SCI3311 – Ecological Genetics

Semester 2 Modules

The following modules are taught in the second/Spring Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 2 or the full academic year.

SCI1116 – Genetics and Evolution
SCI1118 – Anatomy and Physiology
SCI2317 – Invertebrate Ecology
SCI2324 – Nutrition
SCI2333 – Biogeography
SCI2334 – Biochemistry and Metabolism
SCI2335 – Introduction to Biotechnology
SCI2337 – Plant Diversity
SCI2343 – Human Genetics
SCI3309 – Biodiversity & Conservation
SCI3014 – Applications of Genetics
SCI3316 – Pathology
SCI3318 – Invertebrate Ecology
SCI3324 – Epidemiology
SCI3325 – Ecological Interactions
SCI3336 – Plants and People

Full Year Modules

The following modules are taught across both semester 1 and 2, you can only choose these modules if you are studying with us for the full academic year.

SCI1107 – Biology In Practice
SCI1113 – Biodiversity
SCI2330 – Field Botany
SCI2308 – Research Methods in Biology

Business School Provision

Semester 1 Modules

The following modules are taught in the first/Fall Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 1 or the full academic year.

BUS1014 – People and Organisations
BUS1015 – Operations Management
BUS1021 – Understanding of Consumer Markets
BUS1033 – Creative Thinking in Business
BUS2018 – Managing the Human Resource
BUS2029 – Leadership Culture and Change
BUS2035 – Consumer Behaviour
BUS2036 – International Economics
LTM2010 – Trends in Leisure and Tourism Markets
LTM3004 – Heritage

Semester 2 Modules

The following modules are taught in the second/Spring Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 2 or the full academic year.

BUS1013 – Introduction to Accounting & Statistics
BUS1016 – Marketing for Business
BUS1022 – Fundamentals of Marketing Communications
BUS1030 – Marketing Research
BUS1032 – Communicating Through Design
BUS2017 – Research Methods for Business
BUS2023 – Quality Management
BUS2024 – Managing People
BUS2025 – International Business
BUS2026 – Global Corporate Social Responsibility
BUS2027 – Intermediate Economic Analysis
BUS2033 – Social Media Marketing
BUS2037 – Law for Business
BUS2038 – Loyalty generation & Customer Relationship Management
LTM2011 – Leisure and Tourism Planning
LTM3006 – Managing the Impacts of Leisure and Tourism

Full Year Modules

The following modules are taught across both semester 1 and 2, you can only choose these modules if you are studying with us for the full academic year.

BUS1012 – Business Economics
BUS1017 – Business Start-Up
BUS1018 – Statistics for Economics
BUS1019 – Information & The Organisation
BUS1031 – Introduction to Digital Marketing
BUS2022 – Project Management
BUS2032 – Branding: Integrated Digital Campaigns
BUS3024 – Strategic Management
BUS3027 – Strategic Financial Management
BUS3029 – Seeing the Future – The Next Decade of Commerce
BUS3030 – Business Strategy & Digital Goods
BUS3031 – Global Logistics and International Trade
BUS3033 – Development Economics
BUS3034 – Contemporary Issues in Economics
BUS3036 – Strategic Human Resource Management
BUS3037 – Organisational Misbehaviour
BUS3039 – Global Marketing Management
BUS3040 – Marketing & Society
BUS3041 – Advertising in Marketing Communications
BUS3042 – Marketing Simulation
BUS3044 – Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Computer Science Provision

Semester 1 Modules

The following modules are taught in the first/Fall Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 1 or the full academic year.

CIS1702- Programming 1
CIS1705 – Accessible Web Design & Development
CIS2701 – Fundamentals of Web Coding
CIS2703 – Games Engines
CIS2706 – Computer Networks
CIS2710 – Security Fundamentals
CIS2717 – Introduction to AI & Machine Learning
CIS3146 – Embedded Systems
CIS3147 – Streaming Media
CIS3151 – Internet Security
CIS3148 – Big Data
CIS4503 – Databases
CIS4518 – Emerging Technologies

Semester 2 Modules

The following modules are taught in the second/Spring Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 2 or the full academic year.

CIS1701 – Computer Systems Architecture & Networks
CIS2708 – Computer Graphics
CIS2707 – Wireless & Mobile Networks
CIS2718 – Introduction to Security
CIS2709 – Knowledge Representation & Reasoning
CIS3149 – Interface Programming
CIS4512 – System Penetration Testing
CIS4507 – Information Security Management

Education Provision

Semester 1 Modules

The following modules are taught in the first/Fall Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 1 or the full academic year.

MAT1001 – Differential Calculus
MAT2001 – Applications Of Calculus
REL1003 – Eastern Dharma
REL1005 – Digital Religion
REL2001 – The Bible in The Modern World
REL2006 – Religion And the Body
REL3000 – British Buddhism
REL3002 – Religion In The 21st Century
REL3005 – Issues In Contemporary Islam
SEN1000 – Literary Theory
SEN2000 – The Romantic Age
SEN3200 – Text to Film
SEN3202 – Modernism
SEN3203 – Language and Schools
BED1000 – Introduction to Education Studies
BED1001 – Applied and integrated studies in Education 1
BED2002 – Agency, power and change in education
BED3001 – Understanding Education through Sociological Perspectives
CLD1001 – Children’s developing identity

Semester 2 Modules

The following modules are taught in the second/Spring Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 2 or the full academic year.

MAT1000 – Discrete Mathematics And Combinatorics
MAT2000 – Inferential Statistics
REL1004 – Abrahamic Traditions
REL1006 – Religion In the Workplace
REL2000 – Ethnography: Living With Religions
REL2002 – Religion, Belief, And Reason
REL3007 – Gender, Sexuality and Christianity
REL3008 – Contemporary Paganisms
REL3009 – Controversies And Challenges in Religion
SEN1001 – Critiquing The Western Canon
SEN2001 – Shakespeare
BED1002 – Conceptions of Education – the UK education system in context
BED1004 – Applied and integrated studies in Education 2
BED2003 – Education, meaning and understanding
BED2004 – UK Education in its global context
BED3002 – Knowledge, learning and understanding
CLD1002 – Understanding Children’s learning

Full Year Modules

The following modules are taught across both semester 1 and 2, you can only choose these modules if you are studying with us for the full academic year.

MAT1002 – Algebraic Structure
MAT2002 – Linear Algebra
REL1000 – Introduction To the Study Of Religion
REL1001 – Introduction To the Sacred
REL2003 – Judaism
REL2004 – Religion In the Public Sphere
SEN1002 – Beginning Language Study
SEN2002 – Developing Language Study
BED1003 – Learning in a diverse society
BED1005 – Technology and its place in education
BED2001 – How and why we learn – explorations in the psychology of education
BED3003 – Current debates in the psychology of education
BED3004 – Exploring issues and affecting change in education

Engineering Provision

Semester 1 Modules

The following modules are taught in the first/Fall Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 1 or the full academic year.

ENG2609 – Professional Practice in Engineering 2
ENG3004 – Engineering Research and Development Methods

Semester 2 Modules

The following modules are taught in the second/Spring Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 2 or the full academic year.

ENG1003 – Electronic Circuits and Logic
ENG1201 – Engineering Materials
ENG1609 – Professional Practice in Engineering 1
ENG2181 – Applied Mathematics for Engineering
ENG2004 – Electrical Machines
ENG2006 – Signal Processing
ENG2203 – Antennas and Radio wave Propagation
ENG2205 – Thermodynamics
ENG2206 – Structural and Solid Mechanics
ENG3208 – Multidisciplinary Group Design Project
ENG3165 – Engineering Research and Development Project

English and Creative Writing Provision

Semester 1 Modules

The following modules are taught in the first/Fall Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 1 or the full academic year.

LNG1020 – Language, Mind & Communication
LNG2130^ – History and Development of English
LNG2133^ – Analysing Discourse
LNG3143^ – Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
LNG3152^ – Forensic Linguistics
LIT1015 – Beyond Books 1
LIT1020 – Ways of Reading
LIT2050^ – Romanticism
LIT2059^ – Special Topic 1 – Crime Fictions
LIT3049^ – Special Author 2 – Global Shakespeares
WRI2023 – The Art of Poetry
LIT4000 – Research Skills
LIT4001 – Romantic Movements
HUM4058 – Crime, Criminal Justice and the City c.1840-1940
MCW4014 – Writing Contexts
MCW4015 – Workshop 1

Semester 2 Modules

The following modules are taught in the second/Spring Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 2 or the full academic year.

LNG1019 – Language & Meaning
LNG2132^ – The Language of Shakespeare and his Time
LNG2139^ – Child Language Development
LNG3153^ – Language, Gender & Sexuality
LNG3155^ – Language Change
LIT1016 – Beyond Books 2
LIT1021 – Critical Theories
LIT2048^ – Renaissance Drama
LIT2051^ – Special Author 1 – The Brontes
LIT3042^ – Modernisms
LIT3054^ – Special Topic 2 – Vampire Fictions
WRI2024 – Writing Short Stories
LIT4002 – Victorian Decades
LIT4005 – Working on the Nineteenth Century
LIT4006 – Nineteenth Century Research Specialism

Full Year Modules

The following modules are taught across both semester 1 and 2, you can only choose these modules if you are studying with us for the full academic year.

LNG1018^ – Exploring Variation in English
LNG2140^ – Investigating English Language
LNG2200^ – English Language: Forms and Contexts (Strand: Modern English Structure & Usage)
LNG3154^ – Critical Discourse Studies
LNG3200^ – English Language: Varieties and Other Languages
LIT1024^ – Literary History
LIT1025^ – Form
LIT2046^ – Children’s Literature
LIT2057^ – Contemporary American Literature
LIT3055^ – Sense of an Ending
LIT3050^ – Sexuality and Subversion
WRI1018 – Introduction to Poetry
WRI1019 – Introduction to Fiction
WRI1021 – Reading the World and the Business of Writing
WRI1033 – The Studio
WRI2025^ – The Art of Scriptwriting

Notes: ^ denotes optional module, may not run each year and availability is dependent on student numbers and staff availability

Level 7 (Masters level) modules are not guaranteed to run in the same semester every year, so please contact the Programme Leader before choices are made.

Geography and Geology Provision

Semester 1 Modules

The following modules are taught in the first/Fall Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 1 or the full academic year.

GEO1056 – Space, Place and Time
GEO1060 – Contemporary Geographical Skills
GEO2249 – Geoscience Techniques
GEO2253 – Digital Geography
GEO2257 – Political Geography
GEO3255^ – Cultural Heritage and Disasters
GEO3256^ – Disaster Recovery

Semester 2 Modules

The following modules are taught in the second/Spring Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 2 or the full academic year.

GEO1057 – Earth, Climate and Environment
GEO1061 – Contemporary Geographical Research
GEO2250^ – Geoscience Field Research
GEO2251^ – Geohazard Field Research
GEO2252^ – Geohumanities Field Research
GEO2258 – Geography of Risk
GEO2259^ – Sedimentology
GEO2260^ – Geological Research Methods
GEO3261^ – Geoenvironmental Management
GEO3262^ – Critical Migration Studies

Full Year Modules

The following modules are taught across both semester 1 and 2, you can only choose these modules if you are studying with us for the full academic year.

GEO1058 – Geographical Curiosity
GEO1059 – Environmental Issues
GEO1245 – Dynamic Earth
GEO1246* – Earth Materials
GEO2255 – Landscape Dynamics
GEO2256 – Climate and Environmental Change
GEO3249^ – Natural Hazards
GEO3251^ – Quaternary Environmental Change
GEO3253^ – Applied GIS
GEO3254^ – Rivers Past, Present and Future

Notes: * These modules require co-requisites.

^ These modules require pre-requisites and consultation with the relevant programme leader.

History Provision

Semester 1 Modules

The following modules are taught in the first/Fall Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 1 or the full academic year.

HIS1020 – Reshaping the Continent: Europe in the Nineteenth Century
HIS1022 – The Medieval World
HIS2023 – Mission and Manifest Destiny: US Foreign Policy and Expansionism 1840-1939
HIS2033 – Introduction to Contemporary French History: From the 1930s to the Present
HIS2038 – Global Revolution: The Post-Colonial World, 1896-1957
HIS3016 – The Viking World
HIS3020 – Black Life and Protest in the United States, 1895-1945
HIS3024 – Seeds of Conflict in the Holy Land, 1840-1923

Semester 2 Modules

The following modules are taught in the second/Spring Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 2 or the full academic year.

HIS1021 – Global Politics: 1918 to the Present Day
HIS1023 – Early Modern England
HIS2011 – 1968 And All That: Protest in Western Europe
HIS2024 – Rise to Globalism: US Foreign Policy since 1939
HIS2032 – Digital Detectives
HIS3015 – Migration in Europe
HIS3021 – Black Life and Protest in the United States since 1945
HIS3025 – British Rule in Palestine

Full Year Modules

The following modules are taught across both semester 1 and 2, you can only choose these modules if you are studying with us for the full academic year.

HIS1007 – Becoming a Historian
HIS1008 – Hidden Histories of Britain
HIS2039 – Writing History
HIS2040 – History in the Making
HIS3036 – The Special Relationship: Britain and the United States
HIS3040 – A Century of Crime and its Context: 1840-1940

Languages Provision

Full Year Modules

The following modules are taught across both semester 1 and 2, you can only choose these modules if you are studying with us for the full academic year.

TLC1010 – Language 1 (Any language)
TLC2000 – Language 2 (Any language)
TLC3000 – Language 3 (Any language)

Notes:
Any language refers to Arabic, French, German, Mandarin, Italian, Japanese or Spanish.
All modules are subject to viable numbers.
Admittance to a language module is subject to students meeting the module pre-requisite.
We endeavour to accommodate varying language levels per language, but this is not always possible.
If you elect a language module, you will be contacted in advance for us to verify your level.

You must be studying at EHU for the full year in order to take a language module.

Law and Criminology Provision

Semester 1 Modules

The following modules are taught in the first/Fall Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 1 or the full academic year.

CRI1016 – Power, Knowledge, Crime
CRI1017 – Critical Thinking & Analysis
CRI1131 – Mental Health & Offending
CRI2023 – Race, Crime And Criminology
CRI2028 – Youth Justice
CRI2031 – Rehabilitation And Treatment Of Offenders
CRI3025 – Psychological Explanations Of Crime
CRI3113 – Expanding The Criminological Imagination
LAW3057 – Property Law In Practice
PLN1002 – Introduction To Core Policing And Decision Making
PLN1003 – Criminal Justice
POL1001 – Introduction To Political Concepts & Theory
POL2002 – Policy Making & Researching Politics

Semester 2 Modules

The following modules are taught in the second/Spring Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 2 or the full academic year.

CRI1125 – Introduction To The Criminal Justice Process
CRI1127 – Addictions And Offending
CRI2024 – Crime, Media And Criminology
CRI2030 – Women, Girls & Offending
CRI2222 – Doing Criminological Research
CRI2223 – Generating Reputations
CRI2224 – Violence And Society
CRI3110 – The Politics Of Imprisonment
CRI3112 – Justice Rights And The State
LAW1005 – Law Of Torts
LAW1006 – Lawyers Skills
LAW1007 – European Union Law
LAW2005 – Land Law
LAW2006 – Advanced Lawyers’ Skills
LAW2028 – Public Law in Practice
LAW2063 – Company Law
LAW2068 – International Law
LAW3037 – Family Law
LAW3039 – Intellectual Property Law
LAW3042 – International Sports Law
LAW3045 – Law Of Evidence
LAW3221 – International Peace And Security
LAW3222 – Criminal Law In Practice
PLN1005 – Evidence Based Policing
POL2001 – Comparative European Politics

Full Year Modules

The following modules are taught across both semester 1 and 2, you can only choose these modules if you are studying with us for the full academic year.

CRI1005 – Criminology And The Modern World
POL1003 – Introduction To International Relations
POL2005 – Contemporary Us Politics
POL2011 – Politics and International Relations – Self Directed Study
POL3001 – Strategic Political Communications
POL3006 – Advanced Parliamentary Studies
POL3007 – A is for Activism

Media Provision

Semester 1 Modules

The following modules are taught in the first/Fall Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 1 or the full academic year.

MED1449 – Making it Move
MED1451 – What is Animation?
MED1457 – Media & Society
MED1458 – Social Media
MED1462 – Narrative Storytelling
MED2328 – Cultural Representations and the Media
MED2331 – Transmedia Storytelling
MED2334* – Animation Studio Skills 
MED2335* – Animating Light – Staging and Performance
MED3292 – Sport and the Media
MED3295 – Telefantasy

Semester 2 Modules

The following modules are taught in the second/Spring Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 2 or the full academic year.

MED1450 – Performance & Character
MED1452 – Applying Animation
MED1459 – Writing for the Media
MED1461 – TV History: From Analogue to Streaming
MED2330^ – Pods and Vlogs
MED2333*^ – A Sense of Place – Animation and Environment
MED2336*^ – Animation and the Real World
MED2342^ – Fantastic Visions and Where To Find Them
MED2346^ – Animation on Screen
MED2359 – TV Drama
MED3289 – Politics and Censorship in Popular Culture
MED3297 – Non-Fiction TV
MED3302 – Connections, Movement, and New Media Geographies

Full Year Modules

The following modules are taught across both semester 1 and 2, you can only choose these modules if you are studying with us for the full academic year.

MED1202 – Sound for Picture
MED2339^ – Animation and the avant-garde
MED3278 – Global Convergence
MED3277 – Media Futures
MED3287^ – World Film

Notes: ^ Denotes optional module, may not run each year and availability is dependent on student numbers and staff availability
* Denotes direct entry permissible with the need for prior assessment.
Level 6 modules require recognition of equivalent prior learning and consultation with relevant programme leaders.

Performing Arts Provision

Semester 1 Modules

The following modules are taught in the first/Fall Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 1 or the full academic year.

DAN1300* – Dance Practices: Knowing Bodies
DAN1301* – Making Dance 1: Choreographing Worlds
DRA1300 – Acting Techniques
DRA1301 – Acting: Fundamentals
MTH1300 – What made Musical Theatre? Approaches to history and development 1
MTH1301 – Musical Theatre Dance Techniques
DAN2300* – Creative Dance Portfolio: Choreograph, Perform, Archive
DRA2300 – Acting: Genres and Styles
PAR2300 – Performance Contexts 2
MUS2177 – Compositional Forms and Approaches
MUS2173 – Songwriting and Recording
DAN3300* – Dance Practices: Employability and Professional Portfolio
DRA3300^ – Acting: Reconsidered
DRA3301^ – Devising and Dramaturgy: Artivism
MUS3161 – Employability in the Creative Industries

Semester 2 Modules

The following modules are taught in the second/Spring Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 2 or the full academic year.

DAN1302* – Writing Dance Landscapes
DAN1303*- Making Dance 2: Choreographic Cuts
DRA1302 – Destabilising the Canon
DRA1303 – Devising and Dramaturgy
MTH1302 – Voice and Musicianship 1
MUS1170 – Ensemble Performance
DAN2301* – Body Matters in Performance
DAN2302* – Making Dance 3: Practice Makes Political
DRA2301 – Devising and Dramaturgy: Site
DRA2302 – Staging the Play
MTH2301 – What made Musical Theatre? Approaches to history and development 2
MTH2302 – Voice and Musicianship 2
MUS2175 – Researching Music
DAN3301*^ – Dance Practices: Exit Velocity
DRA3302^ – Digital Performance: Physicality
PAR3301^ – Live Art
MTH3301 – Voice and Musicianship 3
MUS3061 – Social Media Context and Practice

Full Year Modules

The following modules are taught across both semester 1 and 2, you can only choose these modules if you are studying with us for the full academic year.

PAR1300 – Performance Contexts
PAR1301^ – Applied, Community & Outreach Practice 1
DAN2303*^ – Dance Practices: Preparing for the Profession
PAR2301^ – Applied, Community & Outreach Practice 2
MTH2303^ – Choreography and Technique for Musical Theatre
MUS2171^ – Electronic Music and Sound Design
MUS2066 – Playing Live
DAN3302*^ – Jazz Dance Routes
DRA3303^ – Performance, Gender and Sexual Politics
PAR3302 – Research Project
PAR3303 – Creative Entrepreneurship: Production and Touring

Notes: As the Department auditions all candidates and therefore assesses practical proficiency, Study Abroad students may need to be able to
demonstrate adequate prior learning. Otherwise, places will be confirmed subject to audition or practical assessment upon arrival.
Many modules are available for direct entry without prior assessment:


* Denotes direct entry permissible with the need for prior assessment.
^ Denotes optional module, may not run each year and availability is dependent on student numbers and staff availability

Psychology Provision

Semester 1 Modules

The following modules are taught in the first/Fall Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 1 or the full academic year.

PSY1112^ – Introduction to Cognitive & Biological Psychology
PSY1118 – Investigating Psychology 1
PSY2112 – Developmental Psychology
PSY2115 – Biological Psychology
EDP3102^^ – Psychological Predictors of Learning
PSY3122* – Psychology of Substance Misuse
PSY3129* – Personality and Individual Differences
PSY3131* – Psychology and the Virtual World
PSY3143* – Cognitive Neuroscience
PSY3139*^ – Forensic Psychology: Eyewitnesses and Suspects

Semester 2 Modules

The following modules are taught in the second/Spring Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 2 or the full academic year.

PSY1111^^ – Introduction to Personality, Social and Developmental Psychology
PSY2113^^ – Social Psychology
PSY2114^^ – Cognitive Psychology
EDP3104 – Special Educational Needs
PSY3123* – Clinical and Abnormal Psychology
PSY3142* – Social Neuroscience
PSY3140*^^ – Psychology in the Courtroom
PSY3133* – Applied Psychopharmacology
PSY3147* – Learning to Thrive

Notes:

*Students must have completed Psychology undergraduate at Level 5 or equivalent.
^ These modules have a time-limited assessment (TLA) that takes place during the January examination period. Students must have online access in order to submit their assignment from their home country at the time of the TLA.
^^ These modules have a time-limited assessment (TLA) that takes place during the May examination period. Students must have online access in order to submit their assignment from their home country at the time of the TLA.

Social Sciences Provision

Semester 1 Modules

The following modules are taught in the first/Fall Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 1 or the full academic year.

SPY1127 – Children and Young People in Society
SPY1121 – Introduction to Sociology and Social Theory
SPY1123 – Power in Society
SPY2121 – Research Methods I
SPY2129 – Youth Studies: Key Concepts and Issues
SPY2136 – States, Conflict and Political Violence
SPY3110 – Critical Terrorism Studies
SPY3115 – Youth Studies: Critical Perspectives

Semester 2 Modules

The following modules are taught in the second/Spring Semester, you can choose these modules if you are studying with us for Semester 2 or the full academic year.

SPY1120 – Introduction to Social Policy and Welfare
SPY1128 – Working with Young Children and Families
SPY1124 – Critical Issues in Sociology
SPY1129 – Working with Children, Young People and Families
SPY2126 – Promoting Equality in Childhood
SPY2135 – Broken Britain
SPY3104 – Social Work with Children, Young People and Families
SPY3105 – Contemporary Theory & Practice in Education Services for Children
SPY3106 – Critical Perspectives on Health and Well-being