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BA (Hons) Media Production

P300 P56

Media Production is an industry focused-course drawing on core disciplines in TV production, film, audio production and digital media design. We have designed the course to equip you with the practical, creative and commercial skills needed to succeed in the creative media sector.
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BA (HONS) Primary Education (Top-Up)

X302 P56

Education has a fundamental role to play in personal, social and professional development. Through education, you can make a difference in the lives of many learners from different and diverse backgrounds. This degree offers you the opportunity to develop the professional knowledge, skills and understanding required to follow a career in education.
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BA (Hons) Psychosocial Studies

C880 P56

Psychosocial Studies is a unique subject that addresses both individual experiences and larger social processes. In the course, you will be introduced to the core concepts that shape the discipline and the key tools with which to undertake social analysis and research.
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BA (Hons) Sociology

L300 P56

Sociology objectively examines how societies change and what prompts these shifts. It also looks into various aspects of our lives: our work, our education, our relationships, and our identities, in addition to the media we consume and the things we buy.
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BA (Hons) Therapeutic Counselling and Psychotherapy (Top-up)


This one year top-up course is aimed to develop your understanding of person centered and cognitive behaviour theory (CBT) counselling theories. It is designed to offer progression from the Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling which is offered by University Centre Peterborough.
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BSc (Hons) Animal Management and Welfare (Top-Up)

D302 P56

Our Top up course for Animal Management and Welfare is aimed at students who strive to be part of an adaptive, responsive, conscientious and welfare focused workforce to deal with the many challenges and opportunities the animal management sector may face in the future.
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BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences

C467 P56

We will introduce you to the specific techniques and applications used in a broad range of sectors, including pathology, biomedicine, toxicology and forensics, as well as environmental settings such as pollution monitoring and control.
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BSc (Hons) Business Management

N290 P56

This degree provides a variety of business skills required for the workplace. We have consulted with prospective employers on the content and design of this course to ensure that the skills students learn are industry-standard.
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BSc (Hons) Business Management (Human Resources Management)

N270 P56

We have consulted with prospective employers on the content and design of this course to ensure students learn industry-standard skills so they graduate as Human Resources Management professionals.
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BSC (Hons) Business Management (Management Accounting)

N230 P56

This management accounting course includes a wide range of skills identified by employers as being important for accountancy and finance graduates in the 21st century. Ethics and sustainable business are covered, as is the ability to communicate effectively both in writing and orally, to work in teams and to be able to think critically and solve problems.
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BSc (Hons) Business Management (Marketing)

N260 P56

Graduates with the right skills in marketing, advertising and PR are needed to combat skills shortages in this fast-paced and business exciting sector. We have consulted with prospective employers on the content and design of this course to ensure that the skills students learn are industry-standard.
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BSc (Hons) Computer Science


This new degree includes developments such as embedding Cisco CCNA networking qualifications into the course through specialist industry-related modules. It will introduce a new Cloud Computing module where students will learn how to set up and manage Amazon AWS Cloud services. There are cyber security options, such as Ethical Hacking and Digital Forensics plus the software development provision meets the demands of employers by creating employer ready graduates.
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University Centre Peterborough currently has 700+ students on over 30 different degree level programmes.


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