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Food Security



Reliable and equitable access to a range of healthy foods is one of the major global challenges of the 21st century. On this pathway, you'll draw on Warwick’s globally-leading interdisciplinary research expertise to bridge policy with ecology, and business with philosophy, to understand and address aspects of this crucial issue.

You may choose to take optional modules across the life sciences, business, politics, philosophy, and the arts and humanities.


This pathway is an ‘open pathway’ in that it is not set in stone, and you are free to select relevant modules from across the University – with guidance from your personal tutor and our Liberal Arts Director of Undergraduate Studies – to suit the aspect of Food Security that you are exploring. The modules listed below represent an illustration of the route which you might take through the pathway, but many other variations are possible.

Please note that module offerings change year to year and so individual modules may vary.


Year One




Year Two

An optional intercalated year abroad is available between your second year and final year.





Final Year




For more information please visit our study page for 2021 entry.