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COURSE CATALOG

LONDON COURSE CATALOG

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Understanding the Course Catalog
Courses in the U.K. will be referred to as “modules”. U.K. credits differ from U.S. credits, so be sure to get all courses & credit equivalencies approved by your home institution before submitting your course registration form.

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What’s in a course code?

You can tell a lot about a course from its code. For example:

  • You can tell WHEN a course is offered by the letter at the end of the course code (A– Autumn, S– Spring, Y– Year).
    For example, ANT020N172denotes a Spring course, whereas ANT010N172A denotes a Fall course.
  • You can tell the number of CREDIT HOURS from the number in the middle of the code.
    For example, ANT020N172S denotes a 20 UK credit course, whereas ANT010N172S denotes a 10 UK Credits course.
  • You can tell the COURSE LEVEL from the number at the end of the code.
    For example, ANT020N172S denotes a 100 level course, whereas ANT010N272S denotes a 200 level course.

To see a semester course’s description simply click on the course code & a pop-up window will appear with the description.

Please note that London Study Track Courses are for study abroad students only. Students are recommended to only sign up for 1 of these courses per term.

You will take one module per session, each worth either 10 or 20 UK credits.

 

(Browse courses by expanding the sections below to reveal course codes, credits, descriptions, and syllabi if available)

Please note, courses are subject to change.

Programme Details 2018-2019

Levels 1 (level 4), 2 (level 5) and 3 (level 6)

From the list below, please choose 8 modules you are interested in taking during your semester. Please then include them on your application form, in order of preference. You will take up to 60 UK credits worth of modules during your semester with us, but please select 9 modules to avoid disappointment through last-minute changes or timetable clashes. All module offerings are subject to availability and timetabling.

Modules not available at present are listed with a “¬” symbol and without a module semester suffix (see module annotations and notes at the bottom of the page).

Please note: if you are coming to Roehampton on a year-long language based placement, you must choose your languages modules from the list called “Options for year-long language students” (see the Languages section below).

For further information please contact Roehampton Abroad on roehamptonabroad@roehampton.ac.uk or call +44 (0) 208 392 5009.

Jump to an academic pathway:

Module annotations:
¬ – module not available in 2018-2019.

Notes:
a) Each module code consists of a three-letter module prefix denoting the programme it belongs to (eg BSS020C103Y = Biosciences), the following three digits refer to its credit value (eg BSS020C103Y = 20 credits), the single letter in the middle (eg BSS020C103Y) denotes the module level (eg C = Level 4, N = Level 5, X = Level 6), the last three digits denote its unique number (eg BSS020C103 Y), and the final letter denotes its suffix (eg BSS020C103Y ). The suffixes indicate the following: A – Autumn term, S – Spring term, H – Summer term/Summer intensive mode, Y – All year, V – collaborative partnership (off-site).

b) Individual module details can be viewed by clicking on each module code or using the “View all modules” link below for a complete list of module assessment and descriptions.

 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

Compulsory and Required modules
Compulsory and/or required modules may change when we review and update programmes. Below is a list of modules offered this academic year.

Optional modules
Optional modules, when offered as part of a programme, may vary from year to year and are subject to viability.


 

ANTHROPOLOGY


Please note that module codes shown in brackets [italics] are for internal use only and do not apply to Study Abroad students.

Autumn Term

Level 1
ANT020C154A – Human Ecology and Adaptation
ANT020C157A – Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology

Level 2
ANT020N175A – Humans and other Primates
ANT010N924A – Anthropological Research Methods for Study Abroad Students [part of ANT020N177Y]

Level 3
ANT020X189A – Primate Behaviour and Cognition
ANT020X198A – Hunter Gatherers and Human Evolution

Spring Term

Level 1
ANT020C151S – Being Human
ANT020C159S – Introduction to Evolution

Level 2
ANT020N171S – Kinship: Comparative and Contemporary Studies
ANT020N172S – Theory: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
BSS020N219S – Understanding Behaviour

Level 3
ANT020X187S – HIV/AIDS and Global Health
ANT020X188S – Culture, “Madness” and Medicalization
ANT020X182S – Palaeoanthropology


 

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES


Please note that module codes shown in brackets [italics] are for internal use only and do not apply to Study Abroad students.

Autumn Term

Level 1
BSS020C128A – Chemistry of Life

Level 2
BSS020N221A – Comparative Zoology
BSS010N920A – Biosciences Research Methods [part of BSS020N231Y]
BSS020N237A – Physiology and Metabolism
BSS020N234A – Molecular Biology: Theory and Practice
BSS010N956A – Immunology [part of BSS020N232Y]
HEA020N228A – Nutrition of Population Groups
HEA010N921A – Public Health and Health Promotion [part of HEA020N213Y]

Level 3
BSS020X359A – Human Epidemiology and Pathophysiology
HEA020X326A – Clinical Nutrition
HEA020X342A – Psychological Disorders and Health

Spring Term

Level 1
BSS020C141S – Cell Biology
BSS020C144S – Diversity of Life
HEA020C118S – Psychology and Sociology for Nutrition

Level 2
BSS020N219S – Understanding Behaviour
BSS020N222S – Ecology and Evolution
BSS020N238S – Pharmacology and Toxicology
BSS020N240S – The Brain in Health and Disease
BSS010N957S – Immunology [part of BSS020N232Y]
HEA020N223S – Food Science

Level 3
BSS020X348S – Advances in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
BSS020X356S – Aquatic and Invertebrate Biology
BSS020X360S – Medical Microbiology
HEA020X339S – Advances in Nutrition and Health


 

BUSINESS


Please note that module codes shown in brackets [italics] are for internal use only and do not apply to Study Abroad students.

Autumn Term

Level 1
BUS020C410A – Business Organisations and Environment in a Global Context

Level 2
BUS020N511A – Global and International Business
BUS020N514A – International Business and Emerging Markets
BUS020N516A – Entrepreneurial Opportunity [available to non-Business students]

Level 3
BUS020X601A – Business Ethics and Responsible Management
BUS020X611A – International Human Resource Management
BUS020X613A – Entrepreneurship Development

Spring/Summer Term

Level 1
*BUS020C416S – Principles of Marketing and Communications in a Digital World [available to non-Business students]

Level 2
BUS020N503S – Project Management
BUS020N504S – Cross-cultural Management
BUS020N519S – International Economics

Level 3
BUS020X614S – Global Marketing
BUS020X618S – Managing Innovation
BUS020X619S – Retail Issues and Applications

Please note that these are the only BUS-coded modules available to non-Business students .


 

COMMUNICATION & MEDIA STUDIES


Please note that module codes shown in brackets [italics] are for internal use only and do not apply to Study Abroad students.

Autumn Term

Level 1
CUL020C130A – Media and Society
CUL020C911or S or H – Media City and Cultural Capital
DIG020C110A – Introduction to Digital Media
PHT020C108or S – Digital Photography Workshop
PHT020C122A – Reading Photography

Level 2
CUL020N274A – Global Trends in Television
CUL020N273A – Media and Social Change: Class, Race and Ethnicity
FLM020N214A – Thinking about Film
FLM020N215S – Audiovisual Criticism
¬FLM020N248 – Audiences and Spectatorship Project
PHT020N201A – Photography and the Home [prerequisite: equivalent to level 1 Photography Skills course]

Level 3
CUL020X327A – Media and the Public Sphere
FLM020X341A – The Modern Vampire
FLM020X348A – Contemporary Hollywood Cinema
FLM020X363A – Producing
JOU020X305A – Investigative Journalism
JOU020X309A – Multimedia Journalism
PHT020X305A – Contemporary Photographic Practices

The student must have passed an intermediate (level 5 equivalent) video/film production module, or be able to supply evidence of professional film/video production experience.

Spring Term

Level 1
CUL020C135S – From Mass Media to Multimedia
CUL020C911or S or H – Media City and Cultural Capital
JOU020C106S – Reporting Britain
PHT020C108or S – Digital Photography Workshop

Level 2
CUL020N249S – Studying Popular Culture (prerequisite: Media & Culture major)
FLM020N233S – Forms of Animation
¬FLM020N234 – Genre and Cultural Context
FLM020N237A – Forms of Documentary
FLM020N238S – World Cinemas
FLM020N240A – Experimental Cinemas
FLM020N244S – Writing on the Screen
JOU020N205S – Politics and the Media
PHT020N205S – Landscape and Mapping Space (prerequisite: equivalent to level 1 Photography Skills course)

Level 3
CUL020X321S – Madness and Metaphor: Culture on the Edge (prerequisite: Media & Culture major)
CUL020X324S – Popular Journalism and Tabloid Culture (prerequisite: Media, Journalism or Culture major)
¬CUL020X328 – Internet, Democracy and Society
FLM020X332S – Screen Women: from Pin-ups to Postfeminism
FLM020X340S – National Cinemas – France
FLM020X370S – Guerrilla Filmmaking
FLM020X371S – Cult Film and TV
PHT020X304S – Extended Essay


 

CREATIVE & PERFORMING ARTS


Please note that module codes shown in brackets [italics] are for internal use only and do not apply to Study Abroad students.

Autumn Term

Level 1
DAN010C910or S – Looking at Dances [part of DAN020C140Y]
DRA020C199or S or H – Introduction to the London Stage

Level 2
DAN010N251A – Contact 2 [Spring semester available only]
DAN010N254or H – Limón 2 (audition required) [Autumn semester available only]
DAN010N255or H – Release 2 (audition required) [Autumn semester available only]
DAN020N258A – Dance, Culture and Society
DAN020N259A – Choreography and Collaboration
DRA020N202A – Arguments for Comedy
¬DRA020N207 – Riots, Censorship and Offence
DRA020N209A – Representing Women: Feminist Perspectives on Drama, Theatre and Performance
¬DRA020N217 – Theatre and the American Dream
¬DRA020N222 – In the Beginning was Sound
¬DRA020N227 – New Media in Performance
¬DRA020N247 – Contemporary Devising Strategies
DRA020N299or S – Introduction to the London Stage
DRA020N534A – Approaches to Directing
DRA020N540A – Practical Approaches to Acting
¬DRA020N557 – Design and Scenography

Level 3
DAN020X321A – The Resourceful Choreographer
DAN020X344A – Gender, Sexualities and Performance
DAN010X353or S – Graham 3 (audition required)
DAN010X355or S – Release 3 (audition required)
DRA020X361A – The Theatre Image
DRA020X365A – Performance, Leisure and Tourism
DRA020X373or S – Theatre Criticism
¬DRA020X371 – Performance in an Age of Hip Hop
¬DRA020X376 – Text Workshop
DRA020X378A – Performing Failure
DRA020X379A – Performing Non-Fiction: Biographical Performance
DRA020X389A – Special Topic [“Archival Encounters: Traces of Performance in Theory and Practice”]
¬DRA020X394 – Performance Documentation

Spring Term

Level 1
DAN010C910or S – Looking at Dances [part of DAN020C140Y]
DRA020C199or S or H – Introduction to the London Stage

Level 2
DAN020N242S – Introduction to Dance Science
DAN010N250or S – Ballet 2 [Spring semester available only]
DAN010N252or S – Cunningham 2
DAN020X356S – Popular and Urban Dance: from Bollywood to Breakdance
DAN020N262S – Choreography and Improvisation
¬DRA020N230 – Race, Ethnicity and Representation
DRA020N233S – Music, Theatre and Performance
DRA020N234S – Acts, Actors and Audience
¬DRA020N235 – Modernism, Performance and the Avant-Garde
DRA020N299or S – Introduction to the London Stage
¬DRA020N336A – Performance and Live Art

Level 3
DAN020X327S – Philosophy and Aesthetics: Thinking through Dance Art
DAN020X343S – Dance Criticism in Practice
DAN020X347S – Re-presenting and Embodying Dance History
DAN010X350or S – Ballet 3 (audition required)
DAN010X352or S – Cunningham 3 (audition required)
DAN010X353or S – Graham 3 (audition required)
DAN010X354S or H – Limón 3 (audition required)
DAN010X355or S – Release 3 (audition required)
DRA020X355S – Performance, Gender and Sexuality
DRA020X367S – Race Writes Representation
DRA020X369S – Shakespeare and Contemporary Performance
DRA020X373or S – Theatre Criticism
¬DRA020X388 – Food and Performance
¬DRA020X393 – Dialogue, Conversation and Performance


 

EDUCATION


Autumn Term

Level 1
ECH020C017A – Babies and Toddlers

Level 2
ECH020N201or S – Children and Families
ECH020N202A – Communication, Language & Literacy
ECH020N204A – Play, Representation and Creativity
EDU020N822A – Atypical Learners (Special and Inclusive Education)

Level 3
ECH020X306or S – Thinking and Understanding
ECH020X310A – Professionalism and Advocacy
ECH020X312or S – Leadership and Teamwork
ECH020X318or S – Social Policy in Early Childhood Services
ECH020X322or S – Babies and Toddlers 2
ECH020X333or S – Parents, Professionals and the Balance of Power
EDU020X338or S – Classroom Learning and Behaviour Management
EDU020X429or S – Counselling in Education
EDU020X437or S – Primary Education
EDU020X922or S – Youth Participation and Identity
EDU020X927or S – Multiculturalism and Education

Spring Term

Level 1
ECH020C003S – Studying Young Children

Level 2
ECH020N201or S – Children and Families
EDU020N347S – Infant Development: the First Three Years

Level 3
ECH020X306or S – Thinking and Understanding
ECH020X312or S – Leadership and Teamwork
ECH020X333or S – Parents, Professionals and the Balance of Power
EDU020X437or S – Primary Education
EDU020X921or S – Education, Children and the Media
EDU020X928S – Special and Inclusive Education


 

LANGUAGES


Please note that module codes shown in brackets [italics] are for internal use only and do not apply to Study Abroad students.

Options for Year-long Language Students

Level 1
EAP020C146Y – English for Academic Study
LAA020C013Y – Arabic Beginner (A1)
¬LAA020C014 – Arabic Elementary (A2)
LAF020C020Y – French Beginner (A1)
LAF020C021Y – French Elementary (A2)
LAF020C022Y – French Lower Intermediate (B1)
¬LAF020C029 – Business French for Beginners
LAG020C040Y – German Beginner (A1)
¬LAG020C041 – German Elementary (A2)
¬LAG020C042 – German Lower Intermediate (B1)
LAI020C050Y – Italian Beginner (A1)
¬LAI020C051 – Italian Elementary (A2)
¬LAI020C052 – Italian Lower Intermediate (B1)
LAJ020C060Y – Japanese Beginner (A1)
LAJ020C061Y – Japanese Elementary (A2)
¬LAJ020C062 – Japanese Lower Intermediate (B1)
LAM020C070Y – Mandarin Beginner (A1)
¬LAM020C071 – Mandarin Elementary (A2)
¬LAM020C072 – Mandarin Lower Intermediate (B1)
¬LAP020C080 – Portuguese Beginner (A1)
LAS020C030Y – Spanish Beginner (A1)
LAS020C031Y – Spanish Elementary (A2)
LAS020C032Y – Spanish Lower Intermediate (B1)
¬LCA020C111 – Quranic Arabic 1

Level 3
MLF020X421Y – Advanced French Language
MLF020X425S – Professional Translation (French)
MLS020X431Y – Advanced Spanish Language
MLS020X435A – Professional Translation (Spanish)
MLS020X452S – Public Sector Interpreting (Spanish)
MLT020X460S – Media Translation

Options for Students Only Present for the Autumn Term

Level 1
EAP010C910A – English for Academic Study [part of EAP020C146Y]
LAF010C900A – French Beginner
LAF010C901A – French Elementary [part of LAF020C021Y]
LAF010C902A – French Lower Intermediate [part of LAF020C022Y]
LAG010C900A – German Beginner [part of LAG020C040Y]
¬LAG010C901 – German Elementary [part of LAG020C041Y]
¬LAG010C902 – German Lower Intermediate
LAI010C900A – Italian Beginner part of LAI020C050Y]
¬LAI010C901 – Italian Elementary [part of LAI020C051Y]
LAJ010C900A – Japanese Beginner [part of LAJ020C060Y]
¬LAJ010C901 – Japanese Elementary [part of LAJ020C061Y]]
LAM010C900A – Mandarin Beginner [part of LAM020C070Y]
¬LAM010C901 – Mandarin Elementary [part of LAM020C070Y]
LAS010C900A – Spanish Beginner
LAS010C901A – Spanish Elementary [part of LAS020C031Y]
LAS010C902A – Spanish Lower Intermediate [part of LAS020C032Y]

Level 3
MLF020X425S – Professional Translation (French)
MLF010X930or S – Advanced French Language 3 [part of MLF020X421Y]
MLS020X435A – Professional Translation (Spanish)
MLS010X930A – Advanced Spanish Language 3 [part of MLS020X431Y]
MLT010X930A – Translation Portfolio

Options for Students Only Present for the Spring Term

Please note that you can only take a language module in the Spring term if you have been following a similar module at your university. You will have to take a placement test to check your level.

Level 1
EAP010C911S – English for Academic Study [part of EAP020C146Y]
¬LAF010C921 – French Elementary (A2) [part of LAF020C021Y]
LAF010C922S – French Lower Intermediate (B1) [part of LAF020C022Y]
¬LAG010C941 – German Elementary (A2) [part of LAG020C041Y]
¬LAG010C942 – German Lower Intermediate (B1)
¬LAI010C951 – Italian Elementary (A2) [part of LAI020C051Y]
¬LAJ010C961 – Japanese Elementary (A2) [part of LAJ020C061Y]
¬LAM010C971 – Mandarin Elementary (A2) [part of LAM020C071Y]
¬LAS010C931 – Spanish Elementary (A2) [part of LAS020C031Y]
¬LAS010C932 – Spanish Lower Intermediate (B1) [part of LAS020C032Y]
¬LCA020C111 – Quranic Arabic 1

Level 2
MLF010N921S – Aspects of Translating and Interpreting (French)
MLS010N926S – Spanish Language 2

Level 3
MLF010X930or S – Advanced French Language 3 [part of MLF020X421Y]
MLT020X460S – Media Translation
MLT010X931S – Translation Portfolio


 

LIBERAL ARTS


Please note that module codes shown in brackets [italics] are for internal use only and do not apply to Study Abroad students.

Autumn Term

Level 1
CRW020C102A – Introduction to Creative Writing 1
ENG020C111A – Discovering Literature
ENG020C113A – Origins of Genre
ELA020C001A – Introduction to Linguistics
ELA020C024A – Meaning in Language
ELA020C106A – Language and Power
HSA020C110A – Classical Philosophy
HSA020C117A – Medieval Philosophy
HSA020C121A – Introduction to the Study of Religion
HSA020C135A – Introduction to Classical Civilisation
HSA020C143A – Introduction to Ancient Archaeology
HSA020C149A – Theology, Personhood and Ethics
HSA020C151A – Sacred Myth, the Bible, and History
HSA020C159A – Exploring Medieval Worlds, 950-1500
HSA020C160A – American History from Columbus to Cold War
HSA020C163A – Critical Thinking and Logic

Level 3
CRW020X321A – Poetry and Innovative Form
¬CRW020X349 – Writing for Children
CRW020X355A – Publishing: From Book to Internet
ELA020X212A – Second Language Acquisition
ELA020X216A – Psycholinguistics
ELA020X240A – Sexist Language
ELA020X242A – Language Issues in Multilingual Settings
ELA020X245A – Forensic Linguistics
ENG020X318A – The Literature of Food
ENG020X321A – Staging Gender: Shakespeare to Behn
ENG020X327A – Victorian Adventurers
ENG020X352A – Subversive Children’s Literature
ENG020X435A – C20th Dystopian Fiction
¬HSA020X306 – Theology, Art and Culture
HSA020X307A – Gender and the Body in Classical Art
HSA020X312A – Classics and Cinema
HSA020X314A – Violence and Law in Ancient Greece
HSA020X315A – Islam and Women
HSA020X319A – Contemporary Political Philosophy
¬HSA020X322 – Philosophy of the Social Sciences
HSA020X324A – Marxism
¬HSA020X355 – Athena the Trickster
HSA020X365A – Histories of Childhood in Europe, 1850-1945
HSA020X368A – Merchants and Goods on the Move: Trade in the Roman Empire
HSA020X378A – Treason in the Age of Ideologies
HSA020X382A – Henry VIII: Religion, Politics, and Tyranny
HSA020X399A – Prosperity and Violence in the Age of the Vikings, 870-1030
HSA020X611A – Belief and Unbelief
HSA020X612A – Contemporary Issues in Hinduism
HSA020X613A – Continental Philosophy 2

Spring/Summer Term

Level 1
CRW020C103S – Introduction to Creative Writing 2
CRW020C116A – Writing Contexts 1: Thinking Like a Writer
ELA020C006S – Language Change
ELA020C011S – Accents and Dialects
ELA020C105S – Language and Society
ENG020C117S – Constructing the Classics
ENG020C118S – Childhood and Culture
ENG020C119S – Postcolonial Rewritings
HSA020C104S – Introduction to Classical Art
HSA020C115S – Modern Philosophy
HSA020C116S – Philosophy, Film and Literature
HSA020C124S – Introduction to Ancient History
HSA020C138S – Introduction to Ancient Literature
HSA020C147S – Islam
HSA020C148S – Jewish Thought and Practice
HSA020C161S – Reformation to Revolution in England: 1509-1660
HSA020C162S – Modern British and European History
HSA020C164S – Philosophical Ethics
HSA020C150S – Christian Theology: the Essential Questions

Level 2
ELA020N214S – Language in the Media
HSA020N207S – Aesthetics
ENG020N215S – Literature, Gender and Sexuality
ENG020N216S – Modernist and Post-War Literature
ENG020N217S – Children’s Literature in Context
ENG020N218S – Victorian Literature
ENG020N219S – Literature and Media
ENG020N250S – Shakespeare in London
HSA020N210S – Pompeii: The Roman Town and its Modern Reception
HSA020N215S – Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Greece
HSA020N217S – Politics, Society and Religion in the Late Roman Empire
HSA020N227S – Metaphysics and Mind
HSA020N249S – Indian Philosophy and Religion
HSA020N256S – Vergil
HSA020N266S – The Book of Revelation: the End of the World
HSA020N275S – Afterlives: Ancient Gods and Heroes in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
HSA020N287S – Genocide in Europe
HSA020N288or S – London: History, Art, and Society
HSA020N289S – Sex, Lies and Cheap Print: Britain, 1660-1714
HSA020N291S – British Society in War and Peace, 1880-1950

Level 3
CRW020X322S – Fiction and Innovative Form
CRW020X345S – Writing Contexts 3: the Business of Writing
¬ELA020X104 – English in its Social Context 2 (prerequisite: ELA020N102A)
ELA020X115S – Discourse and Conversation Analysis 2 (prerequisite: ELA020N113A)
ELA020X125S – Words and Sentences 2 (prerequisite: ELA020N123}
ELA020X210S – Language Acquisition
ELA020X243S – Philosophy of Language
ENG020X302S – Literature and Addiction in the C20th
ENG020X309S – Writing Multi-Cultural Britain: From Sam Selvon to Zadie Smith
ENG020X323S – Shakespeare as Literary Dramatist
ENG020X330S – Laughing Victorians
ENG020X334S – Literature and Cinema
ENG020X360 – Rewriting London: Text, Film, Image
HSA020X313S – Romans and Barbarians
HSA020X321S – Philosophy of Science
¬HSA020X323 – Wittgenstein
HSA020X371S – Cicero and Rome in the Late Republic
HSA020X373S – The Holocaust and the Problem of Evil
HSA020X375S – The Gospel of John, Myth, and Monotheism
HSA020X377S – The Vietnam War
HSA020X379S – Classical Greek Tragedy – the Electra Story
HSA020X387S – Magic and Politics, 1550-1700
HSA020X388S – Animals and Animal Rights, 1780 to the Present
HSA020X390S – Love, Sex, Death and God
HSA020X614S – Philosophy of Law


 

LONDON STUDIES


These modules have been developed to encourage our visiting Study Abroad and Exchange students to maximise their time getting to know London through the exciting opportunity to explore the world’s greatest city from an academic perspective. These modules are available to students on the Study Abroad Programme with only a small charge of around £50-£150 to cover the cost of field trips and excursions. Students on the International Exchange or Erasmus Programme are welcome to register for these modules for a standard 20 credit module fee of £2250 in addition to field trip costs. Payment can be made after registration is complete upon arrival.

Autumn Term

Level 1
CUL020C911or S or H – Media City and Cultural Capital
DRA020C199or S or H – Introduction to the London Stage
ENG020C112A – London in Literature

Level 2
CRW020N299A – Hidden London
HSA020N288or S – London: History, Art, and Society

Spring/Summer Term

Level 1
CUL020C911or S or H – Media City and Cultural Capital
DRA020C199or S or H – Introduction to the London Stage

Level 2
ENG020N250S – Shakespeare in London
HSA020N288or S – London: History, Art, and Society
SOC020N216S – Londonopolis – Exploring the Global City


 

PSYCHOLOGY


Please note that module codes shown in brackets [italics] are for internal use only and do not apply to Study Abroad students.

Autumn Term

Level 1
PSY010C910A – Social Psychology [part of PSY020C152Y]
PSY010C915A – Mind, Body and Brain 1 [part of PSY020C151Y]

Level 2
PSY010N920A – Developmental Psychology [part of PSY020N253Y]
PSY010N925A – Mind, Body and Brain 2 [part of PSY020N251Y]
PSY010N923or S – Perspectives on Consciousness [part of PSY020N256Y]

Level 3
PSY020X354A – Communication and Social Interaction
PSY010X931or S – Criminal and Forensic Psychology
PSY010X934A – Practical Creativity and Thinking Skills
PSY010X939or S – Topics in Adult Psychopathology [part of PSY020X379Y]

Spring Term

Level 1
PSY010C911S – Developmental Psychology [part of PSY020C152Y]

Level 2
PSY010N921S – Social Psychology [part of PSY020N253Y]
PSY010N923or S – Perspectives on Consciousness

Level 3
PSY020X357S – Health Psychology
PSY020X359S – Organisational Psychology
PSY010X931or S – Criminal and Forensic Psychology
PSY010X939or S – Topics in Adult Psychopathology [part of PSY020X379Y]


 

SOCIAL SCIENCES


Please note that module codes shown in brackets [italics] are for internal use only and do not apply to Study Abroad students.

Autumn Term

Level 1
CRM020C107A – Criminology: Theories, Concepts and Ideas
CRM020C114A – Investigating Criminology
SOC020C129A – Making Sense of Society
SOC020C131A – Becoming a Sociologist
SOC020C135A – Sociology and Everyday Life

Level 2
CRM020N121A – Crimes of the Powerful
CRM020N124A – Difference and Diversity
CRM020N129A – Criminological Imagination
CRM020N131A – Policing and Criminal Justice
CRM020N134A – Youth Crime and Deviance
SOC020N224A – Researching the Social World
SOC020N225A – The Sociological Imagination
SOC020N226A – Organising for Work

Level 3
CRM020X236A – Drug Use and Policy
CRM020X239A – Illegal Economies
CRM020X241A – Punishment and Imprisonment
CRM020X247A – Global Disorder
SOC020X305A – Food and Society
SOC020X330A – Gender, Sexuality and Human Rights
SOC020X332A – Psychoanalysis and Society
SOC020X333A – Global Security, Justice and Society

Spring Term

Level 1
CRM020C105S – Introduction to Criminal Justice
SOC020C130S – Understanding Social Change
SOC020C132S – Practising Sociology
SSS020C100S – Society and Justice

Level 2
CRM020N123S – Adventures in Criminological Research
CRM020N130S – Media Representations of Crime
CRM020N151S – Contemporary Issues in Criminology
CRM020N176S – Criminal Justice and Domestic Violence
SOC020N206S – Contemporary Urban Life
SOC020N216S – Londonopolis – Exploring the Global City
SOC020N217S – Media in Contemporary Society
SOC020N218S – Sociology of Childhood
SOC020N219S – Sociology and Anthropology of Human Rights
SOC020N229S – Living in a Mobile World: Migration, Diversity and Transnationalism

Level 3
¬CRM020X234 – Gender, Violence and Human Rights
CRM020X242S – Family Criminology
CRM020X244S – Victims of Crime
CRM020X245S – Crime, Culture & the City
CRM020X246S – International Human Rights and Criminal Law
SOC020X306S – Sociology of Health and Medicine
SOC020X331S – Active Citizenship


 

SPORT, EXERCISE & LEISURE


Please note that module codes shown in brackets [italics] are for internal use only and do not apply to Study Abroad students.

Autumn Term

Level 2
SES020N207A – Physiology of Exercise
SES020N242A – Applied Biomechanics
SES020N255A – Research Methods for Sport and Exercise Sciences [for visiting students only]

Level 3
SES020X313A – Exercise and Health
SES020X323A – Advanced Topics in Psychology
SES020X332A – Biomechanics: Performance and Injury
SES020X334A – Limitations to Performance and Training

Spring Term

Level 2
SES020N208S – Sport and Exercise Nutrition
SES020N219S – Work Place Learning
SES020N223S – Applied Sport and Exercise Science
SES020N243S – Psychology of Peak Performance

Level 3
SES020X308S – Work Place Learning
SES020X309S – Environmental Physiology
SES020X314S – Report


 

SUPPORT FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS


Please note that module codes shown in brackets [italics] are for internal use only and do not apply to Study Abroad students.

Level 1
EAP010C910A – English for Academic Study (Exchange) [part of EAP020C146Y]
EAP010C911S – English for Academic Study (Exchange) [part of EAP020C146Y]
EAP020C146Y – English for Academic Study [for year-long Study Abroad students]

Module annotations:
¬ – module not available in 2018-2019.

Notes:
a) Each module code consists of a three-letter module prefix denoting the programme it belongs to (eg BSS020C103Y = Biosciences), the following three digits refer to its credit value (eg BSS020C103Y = 20 credits), the single letter in the middle (eg BSS020C103Y) denotes the module level (eg C = Level 4, N = Level 5, X = Level 6), the last three digits denote its unique number (eg BSS020C103Y), and the final letter denotes its suffix (eg BSS020C103Y). The suffixes indicate the following: A – Autumn term, S – Spring term, H – Summer term/Summer intensive mode, Y – All year, V – collaborative partnership (off-site).

b) Individual module details can be viewed by clicking on each module code or using the “View all modules” link below for a complete list of module assessment and descriptions.

Level 1

Modern Greece: Language and Culture

Course Code: HSA020C903H
UK Credits:  20
Department  Humanities

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Media City and Cultural Capital

Course Code:  CUL020C911H
UK Credits:  20
Department  Media, Culture, and Language

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Two Children and the Story of the English Education System

Course Code:  EDS020C901H
UK Credits:  20
Department  Education

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Gods and Heroes of Classical Mythology

Course Code:  HSA020C132H
UK Credits:  20
Department  Humanities

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Level 2

Shakespeare and the London Stage

Course Code: DRA020N200H or DRA020X200H
UK Credits:  20
Department  Drama, Theatre and Performance

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Hidden London

Course Code: CRW020N299H
UK Credits:  20
Department  English and Creative Writing

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The Psychology of Murder

Course Code: PSY010N240H
UK Credits:  10
Department Psychology

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Please note that classes will run subject to minimum numbers of enrolments; we aim to offer all students a place in one of their top three modules choices.

Classes normally run 9am – 1pm, four days per week. (Monday – Thursday)

Level 1

From Renaissance to Abstraction: The History of Art in London Museums

Course Code: HSA020C902H
UK Credits:  20
Department  Humanities

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Introduction to the London Stage

Course Code: DRA020C199H
UK Credits:  20
Department  Drama, Theatre and Performance

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Level 2

Londonopolis - Exploring the Global City

Course Code: SOC020N216
UK Credits:  20
Department  Social Sciences

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Magic, Murder and Mystery in London Literature

Course Code: ENG020N253H
UK Credits: 20
Department English and Creative Writing

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The Psychology of Art: Madness, Creativity and Healing

Course Code: THP010N241H
UK Credits:  10
Department  Psychology

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Please note that classes will run subject to minimum numbers of enrolments; we aim to offer all students a place in one of their top three modules choices.

Classes normally run 9am – 1pm, four days per week. (Monday – Thursday)

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