Arts and Humanities
The arts past and present (AA100)
Study a broad range of arts subject areas (art history, classical studies, English, history, music, philosophy and religious studies) across multiple cultures and historical periods in this university-level introduction.
Business and Management
Computing and IT
Education, Childhood and Youth
Environment and Development
Health and Social Care
Health and Wellbeing
Bon départ: beginners' French (L192)
Learn to speak and understand French in a wide range of practical situations, and explore French life and culture with this carefully structured beginners’ module.
Rundblick: beginners' German (L193)
Learn to speak and understand German in a wide range of practical situations, and explore life in German-speaking communities with this carefully structured beginners’ module.
Portales: beginners' Spanish (L194)
Learn to speak and understand Spanish in various practical situations, and get a real feel for Hispanic cultures with this carefully structured beginners’ module.
An introduction to law (W101)
This module examines the role and function of a legal system by considering why laws develop, how laws are created, interpreted and applied, and what role law plays in regulating and administering justice within a society.
Mathematics and Statistics
Discovering mathematics (MU123)
Introduces and helps integrate key ideas from statistics, algebra, geometry and trigonometry into your everyday thinking to build your confidence in learning and using mathematics.
Essential mathematics 1 (MST124)
This introductory university-level mathematics module covers key topics including calculus, vectors, matrices, sequences and functions, and assumes you are confident with the underpinning algebraic ideas.
Introducing statistics (M140)
Learn statistical tools and quantitative methods, covering topics such as summarising data; examining relationships; randomness and sampling distributions; probability; testing hypotheses; and estimation.
Psychology and Counselling
Investigating psychology 1 (DE100)
In this module you’ll explore the different ways in which psychologists investigate the human mind and behaviour, and find out how psychological research addresses real-life issues.
Introduction to childhood studies and child psychology (E102)
This introductory module offers a fascinating insight into topics central to the lives of children and young people, exploring their emotional, physical, intellectual, social and cultural development.
Exploring science (S104)
Develop key scientific skills and explore a range of fascinating concepts and topics, including genetics, drugs, global warming, atoms, and the origin of the Universe.
Introducing the social sciences (DD102)
This module is an ideal introduction to the social sciences – psychology, social policy and criminology, geography and environment, politics and international studies, economics and sociology.