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University of Leicester, School of Geography, Geology & the Environment

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Currently Accredited Degree Programmes

1st Degrees

  • B.Sc. Geology
  • M.Geol. Geology
  • B.Sc. Applied & Environmental Geology
  • M.Geol. Applied & Environmental Geology
  • B.Sc. Geology with Geophysics
  • M.Geol. Geology with Geophysics
  • B.Sc. Geology with Palaeobiology
  • M.Geol. Geology with Palaeobiology
Date Reaccreditation (begins - expires): May 2011 – March 2023
  • M.Geol. Geology with Year Abroad
  • M.Geol. Applied & Environmental Geology with Year Abroad
  • M.Geol. Geology with Geophysics with Year Abroad
  • M.Geol. Geology with Palaeobiology with Year Abroad
Date Accreditation (begins - expires): March 2011 – March 2023

Formerly Accredited Degree Programmes

1st Degrees

For students graduating from June 2006 to June 2016:
  • BSc Geography & Geology
For students graduating from June 2000 onwards:
  • BSc Geology
  • B.Sc. Applied Geology continuing as (June 2006) BSc Applied & Environmental Geology 
  • B.Sc. Geophysics (Geological) continuing as (June 2006) BSc Geology with Geophysics
For students graduating from June 2001 onwards:
  • MGeol Geology
  • MGeol Applied & Environmental Geology 
  • MGeol Geology with Geophysics
For students graduating from June 2006 onwards:
  • BSc Geology with Palaeobiology
For students graduating from June 2007 onwards:
  • MGeol Geology with Palaeobiology
For students graduating from June 2009 onwards:
  • MGeol Geology with a Year Abroad
  • MGeol Applied & Environmental Geology with a Year Abroad
  • MGeol Geology with Geophysics with a Year Abroad
  • MGeol Geology with Palaeobiology with a Year Abroad


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