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    Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry offers 13 degrees in all areas of magical study. Applicants are advised to carefully research the module content of each degree before submitting an application.

    Which subject do you prefer?

    BSc (Hons) Arithmancy

    Modules include: Advanced Numerology, Magical Properties of the Number 7, An introduction to Arithmancy for Curse Breaking, Comparative Numerology, Advanced Chaldean Arithmancy, Reconciling Magic with Newtonian Mechanics, Fluid Dynamics in Potions, Advanced Logic and Wenlock Theory.

    BSc (Hons) Astronomy

    Modules include: Celestial Mechanics, Metaphysical Properties of the Universe, Astromagizoology, Aeromancy in the Solar System and Advanced Magical Mineralogy.

    BSc (Hons) Care of Magical Creatures

    Modules include: Troll Anatomy, Physiology of Dragons, Werewolf Society, Ghost and Ghoul Studies, Banshee Linguistics, Commutating with Sentiment Beasts, Palaeomagizoology and Scamandian methods for breeding rare creatures.

    BA (Hons) Charms

    Modules include: An Introduction to Wandless Magic, Physical and Magical Properties of Matter, Quintessence: A Quest, Advanced Wandwork, Theory of Defensive Charms, Advanced Spell Creation, Intellectual Magical Property: How to Patent New Spells and Hexes, Advanced Duelling Techniques and Meteomagic: Influencing Weather and Meteorological Phenomena.

    LLB (Hons) Defence Against the Dark Arts

    Modules include: The Origins of Necromancy, Advanced Counter-Curses, Nonverbal Defensive Spells, An Introduction to Voodoo, Advanced Magical Combat, Magical Jurisprudence and Auror Training.

    Internships at the Department of Magical Law Enforcement (Auror Office, Improper Use of Magic Office, Wizengamot Administration Services) are offered annually.

    BA (Hons) Divination

    Modules include: Advanced Cartomancy, Pyromancy, Capnomancy, Advanced Omen Interpretation, Årsgång, Prophetic Dreams and Introductory Arithmancy for Seers.

    BSc (Hons) Herbology

    Modules include: Comparative Herbology, Applied Disease Control, Growing Man-eating Vegetables, Talking Trees: A Guide to Recognising Wood Sapience and Advanced Physiology of Magical Plants: From Cell to Claw.

    BA (Hons) History of Magic

    Modules include: A Comparative History of the Ancient Wizarding World: Egypt, Greece and Persia, History of Hags, Goblin Rebellions, Giant Wars, Vampires in Early Modern Transylvania, International Wizarding Relations 713-1692, Modern Magical Diplomacy, From Muggle to No-Maj: A History of Tolerance in North America, Dark Wizards: Herpo the Foul to Tom Riddle, The First Wizarding War 1970-1981, The Second Wizarding War 1995-1998 and Enmity in the Medieval World, the case of Merlin and Morgana.

    BA (Hons) Modern and Magical Languages (specialisation in Gobbledegook, Mermish, Troll or Haggish)

    Modules include: Goblin Literature, Goblin Politics and Society in Britain, A History of Merfolk in Scotland, Marbendlar's Saga, Atlantean Poetry, Mermish Art, Cultural Study of Trolls (including Club Making and Grunting), Hag Phonetics and Advanced Screeching.

    Modern language options include Romanian (Transylvanian dialect), Icelandic and Scottish Gaelic.

    BA (Hons) Muggle Studies

    Modules include: An Introduction to Muggle Society, How to use a Plug, Muggle-Wizard Relations in the Twentieth Century, Muggle Folklore, Advanced Muggle Studies: Sending Emails and Answering the Telephone and Muggle Attitudes to Magic: From Malleus Maleficarum to The Worst Witch.

    Internships at the Muggle-Worthy Excuse Committee are offered annually.

    BSc (Hons) Potions

    Modules include: Healing for Beginners, Organic Potions, Inorganic Potions, Metaphysical Potions, Neuropotioneering, Potion Ethics and Advanced Alchemy.

    BA (Hons) Study of Ancient Runes

    Modules include: Proto-Germanic linguistics, Anglo-Saxon runes, Old Norse runes, Magical Hieroglyphs, Viking Sorcery (Seiðr), Mysticism in Muggle Societies and Wizardlore.

    BSc (Hons) Transfiguration

    Modules include: Ethics of Human Transfiguration, Animagus Theory and Practice, Origins of Metamorphmagi, Trans-Species Transformation, Understanding Gamp's Law of Elemental Transfiguration, Advanced Untransfiguration and Molecular Limits in Transfiguration.
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    Herbology :woo:
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    What is this actually about?
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    BSc (Hons) Potions
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    Finally
    some good fukcing university
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    Do you offer a combined honours degree option?

    I’m thinking of taking BSc Care Of Magical Creatures, but I’d ideally like to squeeze a few Herbology modules in too? I heard time-turners are strictly banned at degree level? 😒
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    Merlins beard! Everytime I read the list again, I end up changing my first choice! Now if only there was a spell to help me make my mind...
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    can I combine Herbology and Potions? 😂
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    BA (Hons) Divination I think although Herbology also sounds good
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    Honestly Charms!
    Then again I've wanted to be an auror for years so I may be biased haha
 
 
 

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