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Royal Holloway University of London, Department of Earth Sciences

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Currently Accredited Degree Programmes

1st Degrees (Currently Accredited)

  • BSc Geology
  • BSc Geology with a Year in Industry
  • MSci Geoscience
  • MSci Geoscience with a Year in Industry
  • MSci Geoscience with a Year of International Study
  • BSc Environmental Geology
  • BSc Environmental Geology with a Year in Industry
  • MSci Environmental Geoscience
  • MSci Environmental Geoscience with a Year in Industry
  • MSci Environmental Geoscience with a Year of International Study
  • BSc Petroleum Geology
  • BSc Petroleum Geology with a Year in Industry
Date Reaccreditation (begins - expires): March 2017 – March 2023


Formerly Accredited Degree Programmes

1st Degrees (Formerly Accredited)

For students graduating from June 2000 to June 2005:
  • BSc (J.H.) Geology & Computing
For students graduating from June 2000 to June 2008:
  • BSc (J.H.) Geology & Astrophysics
For students graduating from June 2000 to June 2011
  • BSc (C.H.) Geology & Science Communication, continuing as B.Sc. (C.H.) Science Communication (Geology)

For students graduating from June 2000 to June 2016

  • BSc (J.H.) Physical Geography & Geology
For students graduating from June 2000 onwards:
  • BSc Geology
  • BSc Environmental Geology
For students graduating from June 2001 onwards:
  • MSci Geoscience
  • MSci Environmental Geoscience
For students graduating from June 2006 onwards:
  • MSci Geoscience with a Year of International Study
For students graduating in June 2011 only:
  • BSc Planetary Geology
For students graduating from June 2011 onwards:
  • BSc Petroleum Geology
For students graduating from June 2012 - June 2016:
  • MSci Petroleum Geoscience

Masters (Not yet Accredited)

  • Petroleum Geoscience (MSc)
  • Environmental Diagnosis and Management (MSc)
  • Earth Science by Research (MSc)

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