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Sustainability

Sustainability

Pathway Overview

A pathway that enables you to study the scientific, socio-economic, historical and humanitarian dimensions of this controversial topic.

Modules

Please note that this pathway is an ‘open pathway’ in that it is not set in stone, and you are free to select relevant modules from around the University – with guidance from your Personal Tutor and the Liberal Arts Director of Undergraduate Studies – to suit the aspect of Sustainability 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.

For more information on the Sustainability modules, please visit the sustainability website.

Please note that to pursue the Sustainability pathway, you must study Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Social Science I and 30 CATS of Global Sustainable Development modules in your first year.

Year One

 


Year Two

In Year Two, students declare either a disciplinary interest or a specialist interest. Optional intercalated year abroad

 


Final Year

 

 
Term
Sustainability Modules
CATS
Core 1 & 2 Choice of modules within Specialist Area of Global Sustainable Development 90

For more information please visit:
The Liberal Arts study page
The Global Sustainable Development website

Real student examples of modules taken within the Sustainability Pathway

Student A

Year 2

Sustainability
Core Liberal Arts module
30 CATS

Consumption
Core Liberal Arts module
30 CATS



Student B

Year 2

Sustainability
Core Liberal Arts module
30 CATS

Consumption
Core Liberal Arts module
30 CATS

Extinction and Survival
Optional module
30 Cats