University Schools and Degrees
The University has six Academic Schools. Once you have completed your ISC course and embarked upon your degree programme, you will be registered in one of the schools, depending on your degree subject:
- Business and Law
- Education, Community and Leisure
- Health and Applied Social Sciences
- Media, Arts and Social Science
- Technology and Environment
The Faculty is one of LJMU’s most dynamic and diverse. It combines all the facilities and expertise that the University has to offer with unparalleled appreciation of the world of business and commerce. That’s why it has gained an excellent reputation for developing courses that meet the needs of today’s students and employers.
The extensive rage of degrees are designed to give students the knowledge and skills they’ll need to succeed in an increasingly competitive workplace.
Degrees subject areas include: Accounting & Finance, Business, Business Management, Criminal Justice, Economics, Forensic Psychology, Human Resource Management, International Banking, Law, Marketing, Public Relations.
The Faculty excels in a wide range of areas from teacher training, home economics and consumer studies to dance, adventure tourism and sports education.
Higher education is an investment in your future and by choosing to study at the Faculty of Education Community and Leisure, not only will you get a high quality degree but you will boost your career prospects as well.
Degrees subject areas include: Adventure Tourism, Applied Community & Social Studies, Nutrition, Health & Social Welfare, Dance Studies, Education Studies, Food & Nutrition, Food Design & Technology, Outdoor Education, Primary and Secondary Education, Sport Development, Tourism & Leisure Management
‘Providing people for people’ is the guiding philosophy that drives all the activities of the Faculty – from teaching and learning to research, enterprise and community-based initiatives.
The Faculty has more than 3,000 full and part-time students, 200 academic and support staff based in its three schools, and five research centres for healthcare, social welfare, social care infomatics and public health. The research is at the forefront of applied research on areas such as drug misuse, alcohol, tobacco and sexual health.
Degrees subject areas include: Adult Nursing, Child Nursing, Childhood and Adolescence, Health Studies, Mental Health Nursing, Midwifery, Public Health, Social Work, Youth and Community Work
Expressive, creative, unconventional, experimental: these four words are the essence of the Faculty. They also encapsulate the spirit of Liverpool, a city that has an unrivalled roll-call of creative and visionary talents, from writers and artists to architects and social commentators.
All of the Faculty's modular programmes are based on sound academic foundations and creative application of information technology to meet the skills needs of a knowledge-based economy. This is borne out by outstanding graduate employment rates and the entrepreneurial spirit of students who are making their business ideas a reality with support from LJMU.
Degrees subject areas include: American Studies, Architecture, Criminology, Cultural Studies, Digital Media Production, Drama, English, Fashion & Textile Design, Fine Art, Geography, History, International Journalism, Media Studies, Music, Politics, Product Design, Sociology
Renowned for its innovative approach to teaching and research, the Faculty's innovative approach and passion for scientific advancement means that its students are constantly working at the cutting edge of their discipline.
The Faculty's strong links with industry and organisations in the UK and overseas, give students on sandwich courses a host of placement options. Its graduates, both home and international, are highly sought after, and the diversity of careers paths – from laboratory technician to zoologist, pharmacist to astronomer – reflect the range of opportunities open to today’s scientists.
Degrees subject areas include: Animal Behaviour, Biochemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Environmental Sciences, Evolutionary Anthropology, Forensic Science, Geology, Microbiology, Natural Sciences, Pharmacy, Physics with Astronomy, Psychology, Sports Science, Wildlife Conservation, Zoology
The Faculty comprises the School of the Built Environment, the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, the School of Engineering, the General Engineering Research Institute, the Lairdside Maritime Centre and the European Institute for Urban Affairs.
The Faculty's extensive range of technology and environment programmes are linked to, and informed by, the needs of industry and areas of skill shortage. In this way, the Faculty and its graduates are able to support economic growth and prosperity across the UK and internationality. The Faculty attracts students from around the world, giving it a truly international flavour and ensuring that students enjoy a dynamic and exciting learning experience.
Degrees subject areas include: Building Surveying, Civil Engineering, Computer Aided Design, Computer Studies, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Information Systems, Maritime Studies, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, Multimedia Systems, Nautical Sciences, Property Management, Quantity Surveying, Robotics
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