Degree opportunities

Most University of Reading degree programmes are available to you through the International Foundation Programme. For students entering the Programme in January a more limited range of degree programmes AND modules is available.

All students must take the 20 credit module in Academic Skills. In addition, all students must take three 40 credit modules as specified by their intended degree programme in the list below.

Students whose English is below a specified level must take the 40 credit module in English

The following modules will be available in 2017-18.

Compulsory modules

Module Code

Module Title

Credits

All students must take:

IF0ACA

Academic Skills

20 credits

And if your English is below a specified level:

IF0IE1

International English

40 credits

Required modules

Students must take up to THREE of the following as specified and as recommended for their intended degree programme.

Module

Module Code

Credits

Biology

BI0BIO

40

Chemistry

CH0CHE

40

Economics

EC0ECO

40

Fine Art

FA0AR1

40

Further Mathematics and Physics

MA0FMP

40

Information Systems and Statistics

CH0IS + CH0STA

20+20

International English A

IF0IE1

40

International English Plus (IFLP)

IF0IE0

40

Introduction to Business and Management

MM0IBM

40

Law

LW0LAW

40

Mathematics

MA0MAA

40

Maths for Finance, Economics and Business

EC0MEB

40

Politics

PO0POL

40

Psychology

PY0PSY

40

Sociology

PO0SOC

40

The following non-exhaustive list of University of Reading degree programmes indicates which modules are specified as compulsory and which are strongly recommended by the receiving schools and departments.

Other degrees available: http://www.reading.ac.uk/ready-to-study or the University of Reading Undergraduate Prospectus 2018.

Henley Business School:

Programme

Specified modules

BSc Accounting and Finance NN43 / NN34

1. Mathematics for Finance, Economics and Business (EC0MEB)

2. Economics (EC0ECO)

BA Business and Management NN12

BA Management and Business NN21

BSc Management with Information Technology N2G5

BA Accounting and Management NN24 / NN42

BA Entrepreneurship N1NF / NN1F

BA Entrepreneurship with Management NN222/NN223

BA International Business and Management N121

BA Accounting and Business NN41 (Flying Start degree programme) A successful supplementary application and assessment are also required for NN41, with acceptance subject to final confirmation by HBS.

1. Introduction to Business and Management (MM0IBM)

2. Mathematics for Finance, Economics and Business (EC0MEB)

OR

Information Systems and Statistics (CH0IS+CH0STA)

BSc Finance and Investment Banking N302

BSc Finance and Management with the University of Venice NN23

1. Mathematics for Finance, Economics and Business (EC0MEB)

BSc International Business and Finance NN13

1. Mathematics for Finance, Economics and Business (EC0MEB)

2. Introduction to Business and Management (MM0IBM)

BSc Real Estate N231

BSc Investment and Finance in Property N380

BSc Real Estate with MSc/Diploma in Urban Planning and Development K400

1. One of :

Mathematics for Finance, Economics and Business (EC0MEB)

Information Systems and Statistics (CH0IS+CH0STA)

Mathematics (MM0MAA)

2. One of :

Economics (EC0ECO)

Law (LW0LAW)

Introduction to Business Management (MM0IBM)

Politics (PO0POL)

Psychology (PY0PSY)

Sociology (PO0SOC)

School of Law

Programme

Specified module

LLB Law

Law (LW0LAW)

School of Politics, Economics and Industrial Relations

Programme

Specified modules

Recommended modules

BA Economics L102

Economics (EC0ECO)

Maths for Finance, Economics and Business (EC0MFB)

BSc Economics L100 / l103

BSc Business Economics L113 / L114

BSc Economics and Econometrics L140 / L141

BSc Economics and Finance LN13

Maths for Finance, Economics and Business (EC0MFB)

Economics (EC0ECO)

BA Politics and Economics LL12

BA International Relations and Economics LL21

BA Politics and International Relations L258

BA War Peace and International Relations L252

None

School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy

Programme

Specified modules

Recommended

MPharm Pharmacy

Satisfactory performance at interview may also be required.

Chemistry (Higher: 70%)

One other science module

BSc Food Science:

BSc Food Technology with Bioprocessing

BSc Food Sciences with Business

1. Chemistry

2. Further Mathematics and Physics

OR

Mathematics

BSc Nutrition and Food Science

BSc Nutrition with food Consumer Science

1. Chemistry

2. Biology

BSc Chemistry

Chemistry

One other science module Biology or Mathematics preferred)

School of Psychology and Clinical Language Science

Programme

Specified modules

Recommended module

BSc Speech and Language Therapy

Acceptance on this degree requires successful completion of additional selection criteria including a written assessment. Students who do not meet the required criteria but achieve the Standard IFP Progression requirements may be offered an alternative place on BSc Language Science and Psychology

Biology

Psychology

BSc Psychology

BSc Psychology with Neuroscience

BSc Language Science and Psychology

Programme

Specified modules

Recommended module

BA Architecture

Art for Architecture

One Science module and one non science module

BSc Animal Science

BSc Zoology

BSc Microbiology

Biology

Chemistry

BSc Biological Sciences

Biology

One other science

BSc Biochemistry

1. Biology

2. Chemistry

BEng Biomedical Engineering

MEng Biomedical Engineering

Mathematics OR
Further Maths and Physics

BSc Computer Science

Mathematics OR
Further Maths and Physics

BSc Geography

One numeric and one non-numeric subject

BSc Environmental Management

BSc Ecology and Wildlife Conservation

BSc Environmental Science

One of:

Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Further Maths and Physics

BSc Construction Management and Engineering

BSc Quantity Surveying

BSc Building Surveying

One numeric and one non-numeric subject

BSc Agriculture

2 science modules from:

Biology, Chemistry, Maths, Further Maths and Physics, Information Systems and Statistics, Psychology

BSc Agricultural Business Management

Introduction to Business and Management

Maths for Finance, Economics and Business

BSc Meteorology and Climate

BSc Environmental Physics

1. Further Maths and Physics

2. Mathematics

BSc Food Marketing with Business Economics

none

Economics

Introduction to Business and Management

Psychology

Maths for Finance, Economics and Business

Information Systems and Statistics

BSc Consumer Behaviour and Marketing

BA International Development

BSc Mathematics

BSc Mathematics with Finance and Investment Banking


BSc Mathematics with Economics

BSc Mathematics with Statistics

BSc Mathematics with Psychology

1. Further Maths and Physics

2. Mathematics

 

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