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University of Southampton, School of Ocean & Earth Science

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Currently Accredited Degree Programmes

1st Degrees (Currently Accredited)

  • BSc Geology
  • MSci Geology
  • MSci Geology with Study Abroad
  • BSc Geology with Physical Geography
  • BSc Geophysical Sciences
Date Reaccreditation (begins - expires): April 2012 – April 2024
  • MSci Geophysics
  • MSci Geophysics with Study Abroad 
Date Reaccreditation (begins - expires): May 2012 – April 2024


Formerly Accredited Degree Programmes

1st Degrees (Formerly Accredited)

For students graduating from June 2001 onwards:
  • MGeol, continuing from June 2011 as MSci Geology
For students graduating from June 2002 to June 2004:
  • BSc Geology with Biology
For students graduating from June 2002 to June 2012:
  • BSc Geology with Oceanography
For students graduating from June 2002 onwards:
  • BSc Geology
  • BSc Geophysical Sciences
  • BSc Geology with * (* Oceanography, Physical Geography)
For students graduating from June 2006 to June 2008:
  • MGeol with year in North America
  • MGeophys with year in North America

For students graduating from June 2006 onwards:

  • MGeophys, continuing from June 2011 as MSci Geophysics

For students graduating from June 2009 onwards:

  • MGeol with Study Abroad, continuing from June 2011 as MSci Geology with Study Abroad
  • MGeophys with Study Abroad, continuing from June 2011 as MSci Geophysics with Study Abroad

For students graduating from June 2009 - June 2017:

  • BSc Geology with Marine Biology

Masters (Not yet Accredited)

  • Marine Geology and Geophysics (MRes)
  • Engineering in the Coastal Environment (MSc)
  • Marine Environments and Resources (MSc)
  • MSc Oceanography (1 year)
  • MRes Ocean Science (1 year)
  • GIS and Remote Sensing MSc
  • GIS and Earth Observation MSc

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