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  1. Analytic and Exegetical Theology (MLitt)

    Addresses central themes in Christian thought. Students will carry out contemporary research in biblical exegesis, systematic theology, and analytic philosophy.

  2. Animal Behaviour (MSc)

    Provides an intellectual and practical overview of modern animal behaviour taught by leading researchers, utilising the latest techniques and research skills to explore key topics such as cognition, behavioural ecology, and biologging.

  3. Anthropology, Art and Perception (MRes)

    Taking perception as its starting point and drawing on themes from across the subject boundaries between art and anthropology, this course provides training for postgraduate research into the anthropology of human creativity and visual expression.

  4. Applied Statistics and Datamining (PGDip/MSc)

    This commercially relevant programme of study provides students with the statistical data analysis skills needed for business, commerce, and other applications.

  5. Art History (MLitt)

    Offers a diverse range of subject areas, from medieval art and architecture to contemporary performance art, and addresses the major themes and concepts that connect different periods of art history. 

  6. Artificial Intelligence (MSc)

    An advanced research-led course in the study of artificial intelligence (AI) that will develop students' skills in logic, constraint programming, language processing, machine learning, and neural networks.

  7. Astrophysics (MSc)

    This course allows students to gain experience in the core areas of astrophysics and develop the necessary research skills to carry out astrophysical research.

  8. Banking and Finance (MSc)

    In this course, accredited by the Chartered Banker Institute, students will gain the skills and knowledge needed for specialist roles in banking and the wider financial services sector alongside exposure to contemporary global issues and research in banking and finance.

  9. Bible and the Contemporary World – online (PGDip/MLitt)

    This course is a part-time online learning programme that connects biblical and theological studies with other disciplines in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.

  10. Biblical Languages and Literature (MLitt)

    Students with a knowledge of Biblical languages will increase their linguistic and exegetical skills through sustained close and critical engagement with the Biblical texts and themes on this course.