Science & Engineering Handbooks
The Science & Engineering Handbooks offer all you need to know about the degrees we offer, the subjects which can be studied and the papers within those subjects. To request a hard copy of any one of the handbooks below, or if you need details from a previous year's handbook, please contact the Faculty of Science & Engineering. You can also download the 2013 Undergraduate Handbook or 2013 Graduate Handbook.
Full Undergraduate Handbook 2014
View the full online version of the Science & Engineering Undergraduate Handbook.
This section contains detail on the BSc, BSc(Tech) and BE(Hons) degrees, and other qualifications, including admission requirements. Information is also included on bridging programmes, papers available in science subjects and information on first-year programmes offered by the Faculty of Science & Engineering for entrance into professional degrees offered by other universities. Details of majors, specialisations and programmes of study are also covered here.
Please note: Students may also wish to refer to the Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences handbook, particularly regarding the Software Engineering programme, which was altered after the Faculty of Science & Engineering handbook went to print.
This section gives a brief description of the papers needed to complete a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Science (Technology). For more information on a paper, please contact the paper convenor/co-ordinator/lecturer listed for that paper.
Useful information for new and current students. This section lists scholarships available to science and engineering students, information on facilities, as well as key dates during the year.
Full Graduate Handbook 2014
View the full online version of the Science & Engineering Graduate Handbook.
Degrees and Qualifications
Information about our graduate qualifications.
For more information on a paper, please contact the paper convenor/co-ordinator/lecturer listed for that paper.
Information on facilities, scholarships and the code of conduct.