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Modules complement your subjects and enable you to add extra value to your undergraduate Science programme.
Enhance your undergraduate Science programme with our specific, skills-based modules.
Gain a practical understanding of applied data and statistical analysis.
Exercising the Body and Mind
Learn about the science behind exercise and fitness.
Quantitative Critical Thinking and Communication
Develop the ability to interpret and evaluate reports, and construct and communicate sound arguments.
Science in Society
Acquire critical skills and understanding in communication, innovation and engagement in order to contribute to addressing societal issues.
Take part in one-on-one mentoring and research activities, and participate in dedicated lectures, seminars and activities.
Gain the skills required to plan, design and write computer programs using standard computer programming languages.
Spatial Data Analysis
Acquire basic skills in spatial analysis, spatial data structures and the representation of spatial information.
Studies in Urban Wellbeing
Gain an interdisciplinary overview of the status and dynamics of contemporary urbanism.
Studies in Food and Health
Gain scientific insights into our daily encounters with food and health; in the home, the market and the media.
Develop your understanding of one of the issues of our time: sustainability.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Understand the process of identifying and creating opportunities for new approaches, products and enterprises to deliver creative solutions and meet user needs.
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