Module Selection

You can choose modules from across our Colleges (excluding those from within the University of Exeter Medical School and the Graduate School of Education) and at any undergraduate level, but you must meet any pre-requisites stated in the module description.  At least half of your academic programme must be based in one subject area.  If you choose modules from different subjects/departments you must remember that there is a strong possibility of timetable clashes and this can make finalising your study programme more difficult when you arrive at Exeter.

Your study programme will be finalised when you are at Exeter. Please find below links to College module information.

Semester One and Full year: choose modules that run in Term 1

Semester Two: choose modules that run in Term 2

CollegeModule link
College of Engineering, Mathematics, and Physical Sciences

*Module Guidance EMPS**Module Guidance EMPS*

Engineering
Computer Science
Geology (Penryn Campus, Cornwall)
Mathematics
Mining and Minerals Engineering (Penryn Campus, Cornwall)

Natural Sciences
Physics and Astronomy

College of Humanities Humanities modules*
College of Life and Environmental Sciences

Biosciences (Streatham Campus, Exeter)
Biosciences (Penryn Campus, Cornwall)
Geography (Streatham Campus, Exeter)
Geography (Penryn Campus, Cornwall)‌

Psychology modules 2017/8(SEE RESTRICTIONS**)
Sport and Health Sciences***

College of Social Sciences and International Studies

*Module Guidance*

Arab and Islamic

Sociology, Philosophy, Anthropology

Politics

Law

University of Exeter Business School Accounting, Business, Economics, Finance and Management modules
Flexible Combined Honours Department ('Broad General programmes') Flexible Combined Honours (FCH)
INTO English Language modules

*Students requesting Drama modules - please note that Drama must be your main subject at your home university. See the Humanities page for more information.

** Due to the limited number of Psychology modules available, we do not recommend Psychology Majors apply to this subject. Students wishing to undertake a Psychology themed elective may wish to view the  range of Psychology themed modules held in other subjects.