Department Sciences


The more you look into science, the more fascinating it becomes. Science is all around us, continuously unfolding and giving us the chance to improve our world’s social and economic future. Advances in areas such as communications, food production, health care and transport all depend on fresh knowledge emerging from science’s many disciplines.
Studying undergraduate science courses will enhance your understanding of the world, and contribute to your intellectual and personal development. You may want simply to take a short course in science to explore a subject that really interests you, or you may be looking to change or progress your career through completing a qualification. You may have a fascination for one particular field of science or you might have an interest in more than one area: the wide range of courses and qualifications we offer gives the flexibility to choose.

The depth and breadth of our curriculum attracts over 1,000 students a year so, whatever your motivation, there’s sure to be a course to challenge and reward you.

Degree courses in Natural Sciences:
Study a broad range of science subjects viz., botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Physics and Microbiology.

Spotlight on Science

New degree Course introduced in Applied Nutrition and Public Health:

Our new wide-ranging BSc degree in Applied Nutrition and Public health is now available with a combination of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Applied nutrition science is a field that influences the way food and nutrition issues are addressed throughout the world. It is a diverse field that encompasses not only global hunger and malnutrition bu in also poverty, international trade, the medical and pharmaceutical industries, the fitness industry and psychology.

Post-Graduate options in Science:

If you already have a degree, you may want to see postgraduate courses and qualifications in Botany, Zoology, Chemistry and Physics.

Postgraduate study offers you the opportunity to extend your science knowledge and your skills beyond your undergraduate qualification. Studying towards a science qualification contributes to your intellectual development whilst also being structured to develop skills that will be useful to you in your career development. There are a number of pathways through the science postgraduate courses and whether you are interested in working directly in a scientific profession or would like to be able to draw on science knowledge and awareness in other areas of your life and work, there is likely to be a pathway that will suit you.

The M.Sc qualifications in Science offer an opportunity to pursue some of contemporary science’s most pressing issues and develop a wide range of skills associated with masters-level study.

With many areas of scientific research advancing at a rapid rate, the demand for skilled graduates is growing. With a science qualification at postgraduate level your opportunities will widen even further, with the potential to rise to the top of your profession and significantly increase your lifetime earnings.