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The Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (Anthropology) goes beyond the traditional idea of studying remote societies and cultures to look at the social and cultural experiences of our own lives. This degree will extend your capacity for specialised study and research at a high academic level.
The Bachelor of Science (Honours) gives you the opportunity to extend your knowledge and skills in the specific discipline area that interests you. Building on your Bachelor of Science (Mathematics) or Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Statistics) degree, you will have the opportunity to increase your knowledge through research.
This course gives high-achieving Bachelor of Arts graduates the opportunity to undertake advanced study in their chosen discipline.
The Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Biology) gives you the opportunity to extend your knowledge and skills in the specific discipline area that interests you. Building on your Bachelor of Science (Biology) degree, you will have the opportunity to increase your knowledge through research. You will conduct, and report on, a research project under the supervision of a staff member with the appropriate expertise.
The Bachelor of Science (Honours) gives you the opportunity to extend your knowledge and skills in the specific discipline area that interests you. Building on your undergraduate studies in Chemistry, you will have the opportunity to increase your knowledge through research. You will conduct, and report on, a research project under the supervision of a staff member with the appropriate expertise.
Undertake an advanced study in one of the media disciplines (Journalism, Public Relations, Media Studies, Entertainment Production) offered at Deakin University by applying for the Bachelor of Communication (Honours) course.
Deakin‘s education discipline is ranked 23rd in the world by the prestigious QS World University Rankings (2014). The Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (Honours)course equips you to plan, implement and evaluate a rigorous research project in early childhood education and care. The honours research units are designed to help you extend your research ability and understanding in the contemporary early childhood context. The coursework is comprised of advanced research methodology units, literature review critiques, and the development and presentation of a minor thesis.
Our Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (English Literature) degree will extend your skills and knowledge in English literature and develop your capacity for specialised study, research and scholarship at a higher academic level.
The Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (History) degree will allow you to extend upon your skills and knowledge in history and develop your capacity for specialised study, research and scholarship at a higher academic level.
The Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (International Relations) degree will allow you to extend your skills and knowledge within international relations and develop your capacity for specialised study and research at a higher academic level. You will not only explore the traditional theories of international relations but also the emerging field of human security.
The Bachelor of Science (Honours) gives you the opportunity to extend your knowledge and skills in the specific discipline area that interests you. Building on your Bachelor of Science (Physical Sciences) degree, you will have the opportunity to increase your knowledge through research. You will conduct, and report on, a research project under the supervision of a staff member with the appropriate expertise.
The BA (Hons) Animation degree, University of Lincoln aims to introduce students to the innovative world of moving image, digital visualisation and contemporary narrative. The aim of this course is to develop creative animators and artists with the flexibility to practise their craft in a variety of media.
This (Hons) Biomedical Science course at Manchester Metropolitan University aims to develop your understanding of biological principles relating to the function of the human body and the characteristics and diagnosis of disease leading to possible therapeutic interventions. You will gain a solid grounding in the principles of biomedical science prior to studying more specialist and advanced topics.
If you have previously completed a HND in Business (or equivalent) then this Top-Up will enable you to achieve a full undergraduate honours degree in Business.
Today businesses are driven by the information they offer and more often than not, this is via modern systems using networked computers, the web and large scale databases. This course provides you with a practically-based understanding of how computers work and how software systems are developed. You‘ll also learn how such systems are applied in a business context. This course is a top-up degree by distance learning, with direct entry to level 6. If you are looking to study the full course, we offer a full-time, campus-based degree.
The BA (Hons) Business Management programme has a strong focus on employability and equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to excel at the top of your chosen industry. 
Anglia Ruskin University has created this unique and innovative degree programme to improve performance and success in football teams and is specifically designed to be delivered around the unconventional working patterns of sports professionals.
Computers play a major role in our everyday lives and their systems need to be designed and created by someone. This course is top-up degree by distance learning. If you want to build a career in computing, information systems, ecommerce or networks, but think full-time study may clash with other commitments, then this distance learning course could be the right option for you.
The overall purpose of this course is to provide a qualification for those involved or interested in the detection, investigation or prevention of fraud. It has been developed in partnership with the Counter Fraud Professional Accreditation Board, Department for Work and Pensions, and NHS Counter Fraud and Security Management Service, with the aim of expanding your knowledge, enhancing your key skills and improving your professional effectiveness and prospects. All applicants should apply as soon as possible to reserve a place and ensure adequate preparations are made for the start of your studies. The latest we can receive an 'on time' application (with all associated documentation) is 6 September 2013 (16 August 2013 for non-EU students). Applications received after this date may be processed, but your course induction and start to studies may well be disrupted.
How does crime impact on society? What does it mean to be ‘abnormal‘? And how does society seek to control crime‘s causes and consequences? During our Criminology and Sociology distance learning course, you will learn the answers to these pressing questions by exploring the phenomenon of crime. You will explore its causes, consequences, enforcement and the social implications it has on society. Studying both subjects will give you an insight into the world of social values and behaviours, looking at crime in a wider social context by understanding how individuals and institutions respond to it.