University of Aberdeen
Literature, Science and Medicine
The programme is interdisciplinary, and it offers a considerable level of choice in what periods, topics and literary traditions to focus on. Its teaching staff have expertise in English literary studies, French and Francophone studies, Hispanic studies, Scandinavian studies, Irish and Scottish studies and history and philosophy of science, technology and medicine. The programme is particularly well suited to applicants with backgrounds in literary, linguistic, historical, philosophical or social studies, but applications are considered from students with other backgrounds as well. No special scientific or linguistic knowledge is required.
The standard entrance requirement is a good 1st degree in an appropriate discipline at a 2.1 level or at a level deemed equivalent by the programme co-ordinator.
Core module: Critical approaches to science, literature and medicine. Students will then take a choice of optional modules, these will include a range of modules specific to the programme, exploring diverse aspects of the subject.
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|King's Campus||Aberdeen||AB24 3FX||Scotland|
School of Language and Literature