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Psychology 1A and 1B 21-22

This brief video describes the first year courses:, Psychology 1A and 1B. These are 20-credit courses that run, respectively, in semesters 1 and 2.

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History of Science

History of Science is a semester 2 pre-honours elective for every student in the university! It was nominated for Outstanding Course in the 2020, 2021, and 2022 EUSA Teaching Awards and received an…

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Swahili Language courses: UG and PG - Course Options 2020

Swahili language courses Course organiser: Teresa Poeta teresa.poeta@ed.ac.uk UG courses: Swahili 1A (semester 1) LLLJ08001 20 credits Swahili 1B (semester 2) LLLJ08002…

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Understanding Gender - Course Options 2020

This is an introduction to the course SSPS08012 Understanding Gender in the Contemporary World in the School of Social and Political Science, a 20 credit optional course open to all Year 1 and Year 2…

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Mathematics - Calculus and its Applications

An introduction to, and outline of, the School of Mathematics course Calculus and its Applications by Course Organiser Dr Nikola Popovic.

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Physics and Astronomy: Physics 1A: Foundations PHYS08016

Physics 1A: Foundations is a 20-credit, semester 1 course in Newtonian mechanics. It is aimed at students who have previous experience of physics and mathematics, and who would like a mathematical…

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Social Policy and Society SCPL08004 - Richard Brodie Course Organiser

An introduction to Social Policy and Society, By Richard Brodie This course runs in Semester One It is worth 20 credits for first and second year undergraduates who are interested in social issues…

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Divinity - History of Christianity as a World Religion 1A and 1B

These two paired courses – one each semester – together provide students with a comprehensive view of the global Christian movement in time and space. Part A (ECHS08004) covers the period…

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Global Academy of Agriculture and Food Security Course Options 20-21 (level 8 & 10 courses)

The Global Academy of Agriculture and Food Security is an interdisciplinary hub of research, teaching and consulting expertise, to support decision making to transform agri-food systems and food…

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Mathematics: Fundamentals of Algebra and Calculus

MATH07003 Fundamentals of Algebra and Calculus 20 credits, Semester 1 Lecturer: Dr George Kinnear An introductory course in University Mathematics covering topics not covered in the previous…

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Microorganisms, Infection and Immunity 2

For students interested in host-pathogen interaction and infectious diseases. Runs in semester 2, 20 credits.

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History of Western Medicine STIS08009

History of Western Medicine is a free-standing, 20-credit, level 1 half course run by the Science, Technology and Innovation Studies subject group of the School of Social and Political Sciences. It…

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Divinity - Religion in Modern Britain

The aim of this course (REST08018) is to introduce students to a range of religious formations as they tackle particular 'issues' arising from modernity in British contexts. Introduced by…

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Introductory Astrophysics

Why is the night sky dark, if the Universe contains an infinite number of stars? How can the colours of stars tell us about their core chemical reactions? What is the physics behind…

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Astronomy and Astrophysics Overview

A brief overview of the 3 optional Astronomy courses that are on offer: Discovering Astronomy (Semester 1), Astrobiology (Semester 1) and Introductory Astrophysics (Semester 2). Prof. Catherine…

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Religion Violence and Peacebuilding

In this course (DIVI08001) students investigate the relations between religion, violence and building peace. Introduced by Course Organiser Prof Jolyon Mitchell.

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