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    Hi folks!
    I'm hoping to start my degree in October 2015 (starting the science access course in Feb) but the website doesn't give any clues on what modules I'll have to choose from after stage 1.

    Can anyone post their names? I know I'm some way off but curiosity is killing me!


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    The website is naff, the full list of modules can be found in the prospectus. Here is the structure of the Astronomy and Planetary Science degree:

    Stage 1:

    Exploring science (S104)
    Investigative and mathematical skills in science (S141)
    Essential mathematics 1 (MST124)

    Stage 2:

    Astronomy (S282)
    Planetary science and the search for life (S283)
    Practical science: physics and astronomy (SXPA288)
    Mathematical methods (MST224)

    Stage 3:

    Astrophysics (S382)
    The relativistic Universe (S383)
    Science project course: radiation and matter (SXP390)

    One of the following four optional modules:

    Electromagnetism (SMT359)
    Mathematical methods and fluid mechanics (MST326)
    The quantum world (SM358)
    Waves, diffusion and variational principles (MS324)
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    Thank you, really appreciate it! :top:
 
 
 
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