BSc (Hons) Natural Sciences

Course overview

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Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Study mode Online
Duration 3 years
Intakes October
Tuition (Local students) Data not available
Tuition (Foreign students) RM 99,324
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Entry Requirements

  • There are no formal entry requirements to study this qualification.

Curriculum

This degree has three stages, each comprising 120 credits (equivalent to one year's full-time university study). Most students study 60 credits a year, taking on average six years to complete. We recommend that you study Stage 1 over two years as it provides the underpinning knowledge and skills needed for more advanced study at Stages 2 and 3.

Stage 1 (120 credits)
Everyone starts with a broad and absorbing introductory science module in which you’ll investigate a series of questions that teaches scientific thinking, and you will develop important generic study skills and mathematics skills alongside key concepts in science.

The remainder of this stage will be determined by the route you intend to take through this degree. You can then choose between studying a broad-based science route or specialising at Stage 2. If you specialise in biology, chemistry, Earth sciences, or environmental science you’ll study a new module that focuses on some of the key ideas in science, which is planned for October 2017. To specialise in either astronomy and planetary science or physics you will study Essential mathematics 1 (MST124) and have the choice of either further mathematics study, statistics or technologies in practice.

Stages 2 and 3 (240 credits)
You can continue with a broad study of science by combining modules from across the curriculum. This includes the new 60-credit module, Science and society (S201), that explores a range of contemporary issues with a scientific dimension, in addition to the subject specific modules. Many students start to narrow their focus towards specialising at Stage 3 in either biology, chemistry, Earth sciences, environmental science, physics, or astronomy and planetary science. Should you choose to do this, you must ensure that your choices at Stage 2 equip you to specialise in your chosen area at Stage 3. You’ll complete your degree with a project module.

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