Updated undergraduate course and programme information 2018/19 - for prospective students

The following information provides prospective undergraduate students with a summary of new course and programme information being offered in the 2018/19 session:

Undergraduate programmes

Updated undergraduate summative assessment information for 2018/19

New programmes for 2018/19
The School is pleased to be able to offer the following new programmes in 2018/19.

Economic History

BSc in Economic History and Geography

 

Programme title changes from 2018/19
The following programmes have changed title from the 2018/19 session.

Old title

New title

Department of Statistics

BSc in Business, Mathematics and Statistics

BSc in Mathematics, Statistics, and Business

 

Substantive changes to Programme regulations from 2018/19
The following programmes will change their structure, course options and/or other elements of the programme regulations from the 2018/19 session.

Department of Government

BSc in Politics and International Relations (First year students in 2018/19)

Department of International History

BSc in International Relations and History (First year students in 2018/19)

Department of International Relations

BSc in International Relations (First year students in 2018/19)

Undergraduate courses

Updated undergraduate summative assessment information for 2018/19

New courses for 2018/19
The School is pleased to be able to offer the following new courses in 2018/19:  

Department of Economic History:

EH309 Slavery from Ancient Greece to the Gulag

EH391 Dissertation in Historical Economic Geography

Department of Finance courses:

FM301 Market Anomalies and Asset Management (H)

FM302 Theories of Corporate Finance (H)

FM304 Applied corporate Finance (H)

FM305 Advanced Asset Markets (H)

FM321 Risk Management and Modelling (H)

FM322 Derivatives (H)

Department of Government courses:

GV342 Philosophy, Politics and Economics: Capstone and Research Project

Department of International History courses:

HY244 Britain’s Atlantic World, 1688-1837

 

Department of International Relations courses:

IR101 Contemporary Issues in International Relations

IR102 Thinking Globally: Studying International Relations (non-assessed)

Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method courses:

PH301 Rationality and Choice

PH341 Philosophy, Politics and Economics: Applications

Department of Sociology courses:

SO234 Digital Technology, Speed and Culture (H)

Department of Statistics courses:

ST213 Introduction to Pricing, Hedging and Optimization (H)

 

Suspended courses for  2018/19
We regret we are unable to offer the following courses in the  2018/19 session.  For alternative option courses you should consult your academic adviser.

Department of Geography and Environment courses:

GY300 Theories of Regional Development and Change

 

 

Course title changes from 2018/19
The following courses have changed title for the 2018/19 session. 

Old title

New title

Department of Government courses:

GV5X1 Research Design in Political Science

GV5X1 Research Design in the Social Sciences

Department of Sociology courses:

SO100 Social Theory

SO100 Key Concepts: Introduction to Social Theory

SO102 Statistics in Society

SO102 Data in Society: Researching Social Life

SO201 Sociological Analysis

SO201 Politics, Justice and the City: Applied Social Theory

SO221 Researching London: Methods for Social Research

SO221 Researching London: Advanced Social Research Methods