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Flexible Combined Honours

FCH modules Penryn

Business

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

Year 1

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

BEP1010 Business and Society 15
BEP1080 Theory and Practice of Management 15

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Business in Year 1 (Note the modules marked Penryn Campus only).

Optional modules available include:

Code

Module

Credits

BEP1040 Marketing in a Digital Age 15
BEP1100 Understanding Work and Organisations 15
BEP1120 Introduction to Economics 15

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Year 2

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

BEP2020 Project Management 15
BEP2040 Strategic Concepts for Business 15 

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Business in Year 2 (Note the modules marked Penryn Campus only).

Optional modules available include:

Code

Module

Credits

LAW2115C Legal Foundations for Sustainable Business 15
BEP2110 Workplace Wellbeing 15
BEP2210 Circular Enterprise Economy 15

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints. 

Final year

Compulsory modules

No Final year Compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Business in the Final year (Note the modules marked Penryn Campus only).

Optional modules available include:

Code

Module

Credits

BEP3010 Social and Technological Innovation 15
BEP3011 Business and Climate Change 15
BEP3030 Globalisation and Internationalisation 15
BEP3040 Local-Global Innovation (Cornwall Research Seminar Series) 15
BEP3070 Crisis; Change and Creativity in Organisations 15
BEP3110 Marketing Strategy 15

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

Year 1

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

BEP1010 Business and Society 15
BEP1080 Theory and Practice of Management 15

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. Please visit the Business programmes for details of optional modules available for Business in Year 1.

Optional modules available include:

Code

Module

Credits

BEP1040 Marketing in a Digital Age 15
BEP1100 Understanding Work and Organisations 15
BEP1120 Introduction to Economics 15

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints. 

Year 2

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

BEP2020 Project Management 15
BEP2040 Strategic Concepts for Business 15 

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. Please visit the Business programmes for details of optional modules available for Business in Year 1.

Optional modules available include:

Code

Module

Credits

LAW2115C Legal Foundations for Sustainable Business 15
BEP2110 Workplace Wellbeing 15
BEP2210 Circular Enterprise Economy 15

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints. 

Final year

Compulsory modules

No Final year Compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. Please visit the Business programmes for details of optional modules available for Business in Year 1.

Optional modules available include:

Code

Module

Credits

BEP3010 Social and Technological Innovation 15
BEP3011 Business and Climate Change 15
BEP3030 Globalisation and Internationalisation 15
BEP3040 Local-Global Innovation (Cornwall Research Seminar Series) 15
BEP3070 Crisis; Change and Creativity in Organisations 15
BEP3110 Marketing Strategy 15

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

English

This information is only for registered students currently completing English modules through this pathway. English is no longer available to FCH new entrants.

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

Year 2

Compulsory modules

No Second year Compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for English in Year 2.

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Final year

Compulsory modules

No Final year Compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. PView details of optional modules available for English in the Final year.

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Environmental Law (minor)

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

Year 1

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

LAW1016C A Legal Foundation for Environmental Protection 15

Note - The study of Law as part of a Flexible Combined Honours degree does not lead to professional accreditation by the Law Society or the Bar Council.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Environmental Law in Year 1 (modules begining LAW).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Year 2

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

LAW2016C

Environmental Regulation and Redress 15

Note - The study of Law as part of a Flexible Combined Honours degree does not lead to professional accreditation by the Law Society or the Bar Council.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Environmental Law in Year 2 (modules begining LAW).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Final year

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

LAW3016C Legal Response to Environmental Destruction 15

Note - The study of Law as part of a Flexible Combined Honours degree does not lead to professional accreditation by the Law Society or the Bar Council.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Environmental Law in the Final year (modules begining LAW).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

Year 1

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

LAW1016C A Legal Foundation for Environmental Protection 15

Note - The study of Law as part of a Flexible Combined Honours degree does not lead to professional accreditation by the Law Society or the Bar Council.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Environmental Law in Year 1 (modules begining with LAW).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Year 2

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

LAW2016C

Environmental Regulation and Redress 15

Note - The study of Law as part of a Flexible Combined Honours degree does not lead to professional accreditation by the Law Society or the Bar Council.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Environmental Law in Year 2 (modules begining with LAW).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Final year

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

LAW3016C Legal Response to Environmental Destruction 15

Note - The study of Law as part of a Flexible Combined Honours degree does not lead to professional accreditation by the Law Society or the Bar Council.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Environmental Law in the Final year (modules begining with LAW).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

With proficiency in French

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

By completing a minimum of 60 credits in French, your language will be recognised in your degree title as ‘… with proficiency in French’. Achieving “with proficiency in Advanced French” will require at least 60 credits at an Advanced level.

Year 1

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre.

Compulsory modules

Students select one module, based on their qualifications and experience, from:

Beginners:

Code

Module

Credits

PLF1130 French Beginners 30

Intermediate:

Code

Module

Credits

PLF2230 French Intermediate One 30
PLF2330 French Intermediate Two 30

Advanced:

Code

Module

Credits

PLF3430 French Advanced One 30
PLF3530 French Advanced Two 30

Year 2

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre.

Compulsory modules

Students select one module based on their qualifications and experience or progress to the next level.

Final year

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre.

Compulsory modules

Students progress to the next level, or select one module based on their previous experience studying the language. This means that PLF1130 cannot be taken in the final year.

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

By completing a minimum of 60 credits in French, your language will be recognised in your degree title as ‘… with proficiency in French’. Achieving “with proficiency in Advanced French” will require at least 60 credits at an Advanced level.

Year 1

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre.

Compulsory modules

Students select one module, based on their qualifications and experience, from:

Beginners:

Code

Module

Credits

PLF1130 French Beginners 30

Intermediate:

Code

Module

Credits

PLF2230 French Intermediate One 30
PLF2330 French Intermediate Two 30

Advanced:

Code

Module

Credits

PLF3430 French Advanced One 30
PLF3530 French Advanced Two 30

Year 2

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre.

Compulsory modules

Students select one module based on their qualifications and experience or progress to the next level.

Final year

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre.

Compulsory modules

Students progress to the next level, or select one module based on their previous experience studying the language. This means that PLF1130 cannot be taken in the final year.

History

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

Year 1

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

HIC1602 Crafts of Research and Writing 15
HIC1604 New Approaches to History 15

Optional modules

Choose from optional L1 History modules available. View details of optional modules available for History in the Year 1 (modules begining with HIC).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Year 2

Compulsory modules

No Second year Compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for History in the Year 2 (modules begining with HIC).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Final year

Compulsory modules

No Final year Compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for History in the Final year (modules begining with HIC).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

Year 1

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

HIC1602 Crafts of Research and Writing 15
HIC1604 New Approaches to History 15

Optional modules

Choose from optional L1 History modules available. Please visit History for details of optional modules available for History in the Year 1.

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Year 2

Compulsory modules

No Second year Compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. Please visit History for details of optional modules available for History in the Year 2.

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Final year

Compulsory modules

No Final year Compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. Please visit History for details of optional modules available for History in the Final year.

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

International Relations

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

Year 1

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

POC1021 Key Concepts in Politics and International Relations 15
POC1026 Power, Inequality and Global Justice 15

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for International Relations in Year 1 (modules begining with POC).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Year 2

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

POC2087 Security Studies 15
POC2124 Political Analysis 15

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for International Relations in Year 2 (modules begining with POC).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Final year

Compulsory modules

No Final year Compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for International Relations in the Final year (modules begining with POC).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

Year 1

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

POC1021 Key Concepts in Politics and International Relations 15
POC1026 Power, Inequality and Global Justice 15

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. Please visit International Relations for details of optional modules available for International Relations in Year 1.

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints. 

Year 2

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

POC2087 Security Studies 15
POC2124 Political Analysis 15

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. Please visit International Relations for details of optional modules available for International Relations in Year 2.

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Final year

Compulsory modules

No Final year Compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. Please visit International Relations for details of optional modules available for International Relations in the Final year.

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Law

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

To study Law as a major subject FCH, you must take a minimum of 105 credits in Law modules across the second and final stages (depending on the other subject(s) taken, this would either be named first in the degree title, or second with an "and" in the title).

You must have studied at least 30 credits of law at stage 1 to study law as a major subject at second and final stages.

You may study a maximum of 60 credits of law at each stage of your degree, up to a total of 180 credits over the whole degree programme.

Qualifications from the FCH Law Pathway:

If you are studying Law as a major subject on the FCH Law Pathway, you will receive a non-qualifying BA/BSc degree and cannot be awarded a qualifying LLB (Bachelor of Laws) degree. You may not transfer into the qualifying LLB (Bachelor of Laws) Law with Business Degree programmes in your second year. You may, however, transfer into the non-qualifying BBL (Bachelor of Business and Laws) degree programme subject to the consent of both the Directors of Education for Law and for Business. If you are studying law as a major subject on the FCH law Pathway, and have the maximum 180 credits in law in your degree, you may decide that you have the necessary knowledge and skills take the first of two stages of the new Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE1) directly after your degree and prepare for the second stage (SQE2) to become a solicitor in England and Wales.

Year 1

Compulsory modules

No first year compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Select from the following modules:

Code

Module

Credits

LAW1023C Legal Foundations 1 15
LAW1024C Legal Foundations 2 15

LAW1016C

Legal Foundation for Environmental Protection

15
LAW1040C Criminal Law 1: Foundations  15
LAW1041C Criminal Law 2 Companies and Organisations 15
LAW1028C Human Rights Law 15

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Law in Year 1 (modules begining with LAW).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Year 2

Compulsory modules

No second year compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Law in Year 2 (modules begining LAW).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Credits

Code

Module

LAW2004C Contract Law 30
LAW2015C The Law of Torts 30
LAW2016C Environmental Regulation and Redress 15
LAW2115C Legal Foundations for Sustainable Business 15

Final year

Compulsory modules

No final year compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Code Module Credits
LAW3016C Legal Response to Environmental Destruction 15
LAW3017C Land Law 30
LAW3041C Trusts 30
LAW3112C Law and Technology 15
LAW3194C The Law of Corporate Finance 15
LAW3300C Law and Policy for Sustainability 15

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Law in Final Year (modules begining with LAW).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

To study Law as a major subject FCH, you must take a minimum of 105 credits in Law modules across the second and final stages (depending on the other subject(s) taken, this would either be named first in the degree title, or second with an "and" in the title).

You must have studied at least 30 credits of law at stage 1 to study law as a major subject at second and final stages.

You may study a maximum of 60 credits of law at each stage of your degree, up to a total of 180 credits over the whole degree programme.

Qualifications from the FCH Law Pathway:

If you are studying Law as a major subject on the FCH Law Pathway, you will receive a non-qualifying BA/BSc degree and cannot be awarded a qualifying LLB (Bachelor of Laws) degree. You may not transfer into the qualifying LLB (Bachelor of Laws) Law with Business Degree programmes in your second year. You may, however, transfer into the non-qualifying BBL (Bachelor of Business and Laws) degree programme subject to the consent of both the Directors of Education for Law and for Business. If you are studying law as a major subject on the FCH law Pathway, and have the maximum 180 credits in law in your degree, you may decide that you have the necessary knowledge and skills take the first of two stages of the new Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE1) directly after your degree and prepare for the second stage (SQE2) to become a solicitor in England and Wales.

Year 1

Compulsory modules

No first year compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Select from the following modules:

Code

Module

Credits

LAW1023C Legal Foundations 1 15
LAW1024C Legal Foundations 2 15

LAW1016C

Legal Foundation for Environmental Protection

15
LAW1040C Criminal Law 1: Foundations  15
LAW1041C Criminal Law 2 Companies and Organisations 15
LAW1028C Human Rights Law 15

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Law in Year 1 (modules begining with LAW).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Year 2

Compulsory modules

No second year compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Law in Year 2 (modules begining LAW).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Credits

Code

Module

LAW2004C Contract Law 30
LAW2015C The Law of Torts 30
LAW2016C Environmental Regulation and Redress 15
LAW2115C Legal Foundations for Sustainable Business 15

Final year

Compulsory modules

No final year compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Code Module Credits
LAW3016C Legal Response to Environmental Destruction 15
LAW3017C Land Law 30
LAW3041C Trusts 30
LAW3112C Law and Technology 15
LAW3194C The Law of Corporate Finance 15
LAW3300C Law and Policy for Sustainability 15

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Law in Final Year (modules begining with LAW).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

With proficiency in Mandarin Chinese

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

By completing a minimum of 60 credits in Mandarin, your language will be recognised in your degree title as ‘… with proficiency in Mandarin Chinese’.

Year 1

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre. 

Compulsory modules

Students select one module, based on their qualifications and experience, from: 

Beginners:

Code

Module

Credits

PLM1130 Mandarin Chinese Beginners 30

Intermediate:

Code

Module

Credits

PLM2230 Mandarin Chinese Intermediate One 30
PLM2330 Mandarin Chinese Intermediate Two 30

Year 2

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre.

Compulsory modules

Students select one module based on their qualifications and experience or progress to the next level.

Final year

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre.

Compulsory modules

Students progress to the next level, or select one module based on their previous experience studying the language. This means that PLM1130 cannot be taken in the final year.

Politics

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

Year 1

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

POC1031 Political Communication 15
POC1021 Key Concepts in Politics and International Relations 15

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Politics in the Year 1 (modules begining with POC).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Year 2

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

POC2120 Power and Democracy 15
POC2124 Political Analysis 15

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Politics in the Year 2 (modules begining with POC).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Final year

Compulsory modules

No Final year Compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. View details of optional modules available for Politics in the Final year (modules begining with POC).

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

Year 1

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

POC1031 Political Communication 15
POC1021 Key Concepts in Politics and International Relations 15

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. Please visit Politics and International Relations for details of optional modules available for Politics in the Year 1.

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Year 2

Compulsory modules

Code

Module

Credits

POC2120 Power and Democracy 15
POC2124 Political Analysis 15

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. Please visit Politics and International Relations for details of optional modules available for Politics in the Year 2.

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

Final year

Compulsory modules

No Final year Compulsory modules.

Optional modules

Choose from optional modules available. Please visit Politics and International Relations for details of optional modules available for Politics in the Final year.

Please note that optional modules are subject to change and not all modules are available to FCH students, due to timetable constraints.

With proficiency in Spanish

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

By completing a minimum of 60 credits in Spanish, your language will be recognised in your degree title as ‘… with proficiency in Spanish’. Achieving “with proficiency in Advanced Spanish” will require at least 60 credits at an Advanced level.

Year 1

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre. 

Compulsory modules

Students select one module, based on their qualifications and experience, from:

Beginners:

Code

Module

Credits

PLS1130 Spanish Beginners 30

Intermediate:

Code

Module

Credits

PLS2230 Spanish Intermediate One 30
PLS2330 Spanish Intermediate Two 30

Advanced:

Code

Module

Credits

PLS3430 Spanish Advanced One 30
PLS3530 Spanish Advanced Two 30

Year 2

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre.

Compulsory modules

Students select one module based on their qualifications and experience or progress to the next level.

Final year

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre.

Compulsory modules

Students progress to the next level, or select one module based on their previous experience studying the language. This means that PLS1130 cannot be taken in the final year.

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

By completing a minimum of 60 credits in Spanish, your language will be recognised in your degree title as ‘… with proficiency in Spanish’. Achieving “with proficiency in Advanced Spanish” will require at least 60 credits at an Advanced level.

Year 1

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre. 

Compulsory modules

Students select one module, based on their qualifications and experience, from:

Beginners:

Code

Module

Credits

PLS1130 Spanish Beginners 30

Intermediate:

Code

Module

Credits

PLS2230 Spanish Intermediate One 30
PLS2330 Spanish Intermediate Two 30

Advanced:

Code

Module

Credits

PLS3430 Spanish Advanced One 30
PLS3530 Spanish Advanced Two 30

Year 2

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre.

Compulsory modules

Students select one module based on their qualifications and experience or progress to the next level.

Final year

Language only, as a minor pathway (30 credits out of the overall 120 taken each year) through the Foreign Language Centre.

Compulsory modules

Students progress to the next level, or select one module based on their previous experience studying the language. This means that PLS1130 cannot be taken in the final year.