B.Sc. in Natural Sciences (Biology, Earth Sciences and Geography)The student (named below) completed Year 1 of an Earth Sciences programme and then took up Geography and Biology. Continuing on with Georgaphy and taking up a Language module (this would not now be permissable and the student (named below) would need to do this in Year one or two.
Earth Materials (GEOL1021)
Field Studies (GEOL1051)
Further Mathematics in Geosciences (GEOL1081)
Principles of Earth Sciences (GEOL1091)
Understanding Earth Sciences (GEOL1101)
Environment and Resources (GEOL1111)
Fieldwork (Environmental) (GEOL2201)
Earth Visualisation (GEOL2221)
Water and Climate (GEOL2171)
Mountain Landscapes (GEOG2611)
Molecules and Cells (BIOL1281)
Earth System and Climate (GEOL3231)
Earth Sciences into SchoolsG (GEOL3251)
Dissertation: Communicating Popular ScienceG (GEOL3271)
Environmental Processes and Change: Field Case Studies (GEOG3491)
Antarctic Environments (GEOG3817)
Martian Landscapes (GEOG3897)
- Some of the modules above may have changed their names and codes since this students took this module combination. However, the combination flavour of the modules is still possible.
- The timetable changes each year and we only guarantee that the Joint-Honours routes have one set modules that work. However, certain module combinations in Year 1 of three subjects can work - these modules are shown at the bottom of each Joint-Honours page.
- In some examples the student might not meet the prerequisite for a module (in which case a concession would have been given based on the student doing extra work or meeting the prequisite from another module) or the student might not meet the programme regulations in which case a concession might have been given.
For more information about the Natural Sciences degree programme, please contact:
Dr. James Blowey
Deputy Head of Faculty
Faculty of Science Office
Level 3 Chemistry Building
Email: Natural Sciences Director
The Natural Sciences web pages are maintained by James Blowey