Science Foundation Year progression rules

All students will be required to obtain an average of 55% across 120 credits during the Foundation Year.  In addition, the following marks must be obtained in the certain modules to progress to the specified degree subjects.

Subject

Module requirements

Combined honours Astrophysics

55% in all Physics and Maths modules taken

Single honours Biochemistry

65% in General and Organic Chemistry

65% in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

Biomedical Science

Average of 65% overall

Single honours Chemistry

70% in General and Organic Chemistry

70% in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

Combined honours Chemistry

70% in General and Organic Chemistry

70% in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

Single honours Forensic Science

Average of 60% overall and

60% in General and Organic Chemistry

60% in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

Combined honours Forensic Science

Average of 60% overall and

60% in General and Organic Chemistry

60% in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

Single honours Forensic and Analytical Investigation

Average of 60% overall and

60% in General and Organic Chemistry

60% in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

Single honours Mathematics

70% in Elementary Mathematical Methods I

70% in Elementary Mathematical Methods II

70% in Decisions, Investigations and Problem Solving

70% in Further Calculus

70% in Making Sense of Statistics

Combined honours Mathematics

60% in Elementary Mathematical Methods I

60% in Elementary Mathematical Methods II

60% in Decisions, Investigations and Problem Solving

60% in Further Calculus

60% in Making Sense of Statistics

Combined honours Medicinal Chemistry

70% in General and Organic Chemistry

70% in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

Single honours Neuroscience

Average of 65% overall

Pharmaceutical Science, Technology and Business

60% in: Basic Numerical and Computational Skills

or

Intermediate Numerical and Computational Skills

60% in Academic Development

60% in Communication Skills for Scientists

60% in General and Organic Chemistry

60% in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

60% in A Guide to Sex and Survival

60% in Information Technology for Health

60% in Entrepreneurship

60% in Numerical Skills for Chemistry

60% in Introduction to Biology of the Human

Organism

Single honours Physics

Average of 60% overall and

60% in Elementary Mathematical Methods I

60% in Elementary Mathematical Methods II

60% in Further Calculus

60% in Making Sense of Statistics

60% in The Newtonian World

60% in Quanta, Atoms and Elementary Particles

60% in Thermal Physics and Fields

60% in Electricity and Electronics

Single honours Physics with Astrophysics

Average of 60% overall and

60% in Elementary Mathematical Methods I

60% in Elementary Mathematical Methods II

60% in Further Calculus

60% in Making Sense of Statistics

60% in The Newtonian World

60% in Quanta, Atoms and Elementary Particles

60% in Thermal Physics and Fields

60% in Electricity and Electronics

Combined honours Physics

55% in all Physics and Maths modules taken

Single honours Psychology

70% in Introduction to Psychology

70% in Introduction to Child Psychology

Single honours Psychology with Counselling

70% in Introduction to Psychology

70% in Introduction to Child Psychology

Rehabilitation Science

60% in: Basic Numerical and Computational Skills

or

Intermediate Numerical and Computational Skills

60% in: Academic Development

60% in Communication Skills for Scientists

60% in Mechanics for Health

60% in Active Anatomy

60% in Information Technology for Health

60% in Introduction to Psychology

60% in A Guide to Sex and Survival

60% in Introduction to Biology of the Human Organism

60% in Making Sense of Statistics