A list of the degrees that we award would show only a glimpse of our undergraduate learning and teaching offer.
Agriculture, Agri-Business Management, Agronomy Animal Production Science and Farm Business Management
Biology, Applied Plant Science, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Ecology and Conservation, and Zoology
Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry
Earth Science with options in Environment, Geochemistry, Engineering, Hydrogeology and Water Management
Marine Biology, Marine Biology and Oceanography, Marine Zoology
Physics and Theoretical Physics
Surveying & Mapping Science, Geographic Information Science
Mathematics and Statistics
Mathematics, Statistics, and Mathematics with options in Accounting, Economics, Psychology, Finance, and Management
Computer Science, Bio-Computing, Game Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction, Mobile Systems, Security, Software
Chemical Engineering with options in Bioprocess Engineering, Process Control, and Sustainable Engineering
Civil Engineering with options in Structural Engineering and Surveying Engineering
Options in Automation and Control, Digital Electronics, Communications, Computer Engineering, and Microelectronic Engineering
Marine Technology with options in Marine Engineering, Naval Architecture, Offshore Engineering, and Small Craft Technology
Mechanical Engineering with options in Design and Manufacturing, Biomedical, Mechatronics, and Energy
Approximately 6,000 of our students are undergraduates. Our larger subject areas include engineering, agriculture, chemistry, maths and computing. Alongside the large cohorts, we are proud to offer courses in areas such as geomatics and marine biology.
Outside of lecture theatres and laboratories our students are involved in a wide range of activities. This includes Formula Student, expeditions, competitions and extra-curricular societies and teams.
We recognise that our graduates are going to be leading and creating in a complex and uncertain world. To support them, entrepreneurial development is embedded across our learning and teaching activities.
All of our courses have close links to industry. This ensures that academic aims and objectives are complemented by 'real world' insight and guidance essential to employability.