Schools and Departments
The Faculty of Science is made up of seven departments and schools which are responsible for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, and for research. The departments and schools which constitute the Faculty are:
- the School of Biological and Biomedical Sciences;
- the Department of Chemistry;
- the Department of Earth Sciences;
- the School of Engineering & Computing Sciences;
- the Department of Mathematical Sciences;
- the Department of Physics;
- the Department of Psychology.
The Faculty is also responsible for the broad-ranging undergraduate Natural Sciences Degree Programme, which allows students to study science alongside two or more other subjects.
A list of the programmes (by department) currently taught in the Faculty is available online:
- for undergraduate programmes;
- for taught postgraduate programmes;
- for information on research degrees.
Further details of undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes can be found on departmental websites. These departmental websites also contain details of the postgraduate research degrees offered by departments in the Faculty, and of the research carried out by members of staff within these departments.
You can download the Faculty of Science Annual Report (2012) here.
- Science Faculty 2012 Report (last modified: 3 January 2013)
The Faculty of Science office is located on Level 3 in the Chemistry Building, Science Site.
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