BSc Combined STEM

This flexible degree combines science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Build your own degree from a wide range of STEM modules and study routes. Build a qualification that’s unique to you. Key features of the course Choose modules from across STEM subjects or focus on one or two areas. Switch direction if your needs or [...]

This flexible degree combines science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Build your own degree from a wide range of STEM modules and study routes. Build a qualification that’s unique to you.

Key features of the course

  • Choose modules from across STEM subjects or focus on one or two areas.
  • Switch direction if your needs or interests change.
  • Count university-level credits you’ve gained from elsewhere.

The first stage 120 Credits

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Stage 1 key introductory modules
  1. Discovering mathematics
  2. Engineering: frameworks, analysis, production
  3. Engineering: mathematics, modelling, applications
  4. Engineering: origins, methods, context
  5. Environment: journeys through a changing world
  6. Essential mathematics 1
  7. Introducing statistics
  8. Introduction to childhood studies and child psychology
  9. Introduction to computing and information technology 1
  10. Introduction to computing and information technology 2
  11. Introduction to sport and fitness
  12. Questions in science
  13. Science and health: an evidence-based approach
  14. Working with people in sport and fitnes
2
Stage 1 option modules
  1. An introduction to business and management
  2. Bon départ: beginners' French
  3. Communication skills for business and management
  4. Discovering mathematics
  5. Discovering the arts and humanities
  6. Economics in context
  7. Engineering: frameworks, analysis, production
  8. Engineering: mathematics, modelling, applications
  9. Engineering: origins, methods, context
  10. English for academic purposes online (
  11. Environment: journeys through a changing world
  12. Essential mathematics 1
  13. Essential mathematics 2
  14. Exploring languages and cultures
  15. Exploring perspectives on young children's lives and learning
  16. French studies 1 (intermediate)
  17. Fundamentals of accounting
  18. German studies 1 (intermediate)
  19. Introducing English language studies
  20. Introducing health and social care
  21. Introducing statistics
  22. Introducing the social sciences
  23. Introduction to childhood studies and child psychology
  24. Introduction to computing and information technology 1
  25. Introduction to computing and information technology 2
  26. Introduction to criminology
  27. Introduction to sport and fitness
  28. Investigating psychology 1
  29. Investigating the social world
  30. Learning and teaching in the primary years
  31. Making your learning count
  32. Perspectives in health and social care
  33. Physics and space
  34. Questions in science
  35. Science and health: an evidence-based approach
  36. Science: concepts and practice
  37. Spanish studies 1 (intermediate)
  38. Technologies in practice
  39. Working with people in sport and fitness
  40. You and your money
  41. Young children's play and creativity 

The second stage 120 Credits

1
Stage 2 STEM option modules
  1. Algorithms, data structures and computability
  2. Analysing data
  3. Applying sport and exercise sciences to coaching
  4. Astronomy
  5. Brain, mind and mental health
  6. Cell biology
  7. Chemistry in life: food, water and medicines
  8. Chemistry: essential concepts
  9. Cisco networking (CCNA) part 1
  10. Communication and information technologies
  11. Core engineering A
  12. Core engineering B
  13. Earth science
  14. Electronics: sensing, logic and actuation
  15. Energy and sustainability
  16. Environment and society
  17. Environment: sharing a dynamic planet
  18. Environmental science
  19. Human biology
  20. Investigating human health and disease
  21. Investigative approaches in biology and chemistry
  22. Living psychology: from the everyday to the extraordinary
  23. Managing IT: the why, the what and the how
  24. Mathematical methods
  25. Mathematical methods, models and modelling
  26. Object-oriented Java programming
  27. Physics: from classical to quantum
  28. Planetary science and the search for life
  29. Practical modern statistics
  30. Psychology of childhood and youth
  31. Pure mathematics
  32. Remote experiments in physics and space
  33. Sport and exercise psychology in action
  34. The biology of survival
  35. Web technologies 
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Stage 2 option modules
  1. Algorithms, data structures and computability
  2. Analysing data
  3. Astronomy
  4. Brain, mind and mental health
  5. Cell biology
  6. Changing geographies of the United Kingdom
  7. Chemistry in life: food, water and medicines
  8. Chemistry: essential concepts
  9. Cisco networking (CCNA) part 1 (
  10. Classical Latin: the language of ancient Rome
  11. Communication and information technologies
  12. Contract law and tort law
  13. Core engineering A
  14. Core engineering B
  15. Creative writing
  16. Critical issues in health and wellbeing
  17. Death, dying and bereavement
  18. Developing leadership
  19. Developing subject knowledge for the primary years
  20. Early modern Europe: society and culture c.1500-1780
  21. Earth science
  22. Economics in practice
  23. Electronics: sensing, logic and actuation
  24. Energy and sustainability
  25. English in the world
  26. Environment and society
  27. Environment: sharing a dynamic planet
  28. Environmental science
  29. Exploring art and visual culture
  30. Exploring innovation and entrepreneurship
  31. Exploring mental health and counselling
  32. Exploring philosophy
  33. Exploring religion: places, practices, texts and experiences
  34. Exploring the classical world
  35. Financial accounting in context
  36. Financial analysis and decision making
  37. French studies 2: language and culture of the French-speaking world
  38. German studies 2: language and culture of the German-speaking world
  39. Human biology
  40. International development: making sense of a changing world
  41. Investigating human health and disease
  42. Investigative approaches in biology and chemistry
  43. Listening to young children: critical reflections
  44. Living psychology: from the everyday to the extraordinary
  45. Making a difference: working with children and young people
  46. Managing IT: the why, the what and the how
  47. Mathematical methods
  48. Mathematical methods, models and modelling
  49. Mental health and community
  50. Music, sound and technology
  51. Object-oriented Java programming
  52. Physics: from classical to quantum
  53. Planetary science and the search for life
  54. Practical modern statistics
  55. Psychology of childhood and youth
  56. Public law and criminal law
  57. Pure mathematics
  58. Reading and studying literature
  59. Remote experiments in physics and space
  60. Running the economy
  61. Shaping business opportunities
  62. Social research: crime, justice and society
  63. Sport and exercise psychology in action
  64. Telling stories – the novel and beyond
  65. The biology of survival
  66. Understanding criminology
  67. Understanding customers
  68. Understanding digital societies
  69. Understanding politics: ideas and institutions in the modern world
  70. Web technologies 

The thrid stage 120 Credits

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Stage 3 STEM option modules
  1. Advancing social psychology
  2. Applications of probability
  3. Astrophysics
  4. Athletic development: a psychological perspective
  5. Biological science: from genes to species
  6. Chemistry: further concepts and applications
  7. Cisco networking (CCNA) part 2
  8. Communications technology
  9. Complex analysis
  10. Data management and analysis
  11. Deterministic and stochastic dynamics
  12. Earth processes
  13. Electronics: signal processing, control and communications
  14. Environment: responding to change
  15. Environmental management 2
  16. Environmental policy in an international context
  17. Evaluating contemporary science
  18. Exploring contemporary issues in sport and exercise
  19. Further pure mathematics
  20. Graphs, networks and design
  21. Infectious disease and public health
  22. Innovation: designing for change
  23. Interaction design and the user experience
  24. IT systems: planning for success
  25. Learning and doing geometry
  26. Mathematical methods and fluid mechanics
  27. Mathematical statistics
  28. Mathematical thinking in schools
  29. Optimization
  30. Renewable energy
  31. Science project course: environmental science practical project
  32. Science project course: geosciences
  33. Science project course: radiation and matter
  34. Signals and perception: the science of the senses
  35. Software engineering
  36. Terrestrial ecosystems
  37. The computing and IT project
  38. The relativistic Universe
  39. Web, mobile and cloud technologies
To study a bachelor's degree at ISC, applicants must have successfully completed a high school diploma, or its equivalent, from 12 years of schooling. At ISC, we believe that education should be accessible to all, which is why we offer a quality university education to anyone who desires to realize their ambitions and realize their potential.
The ISC provides study commensurate with the student's capabilities, especially in line with the student's absorption and the time allocated to study daily, given that the student may be able to study full-time and may have work that forces him to study part-time. We expect full-time students to be able to finish their undergraduate studies within 3-4 years. We expect our part-time students to be able to finish their Bachelor's degree in 5-8 years.
The academic year is divided into three semesters. In each semester, the student is allowed to register for a maximum of 6 courses and two courses as a minimum. Classes are distributed as follows: • The first semester begins at the beginning of the third week of October. In the first and second academic week, students register the courses they wish to study during the semester, and students who are late in registration can join the class during this period. The seventh week of the semester is dedicated to conducting midterm exams. The twelfth and last week of the semester is a week dedicated to the final exam. The general average and grades are issued within the week following the final exams. • The second semester begins in the last week of January. In the first and second academic week, students register the courses they wish to study during the semester, and students who are late in registration can join the class. The seventh week of the semester is dedicated to conducting midterm exams. The twelfth and last week of the semester is a week dedicated to the final exam. The general average and grades are issued within the week following the final exams. • The third semester begins in the second week of May. In the first and second academic week, students register the courses they wish to study during the semester, and students who are late in registration can join the class. The seventh week of the semester is dedicated to conducting midterm exams. The twelfth and last week of the semester is a week dedicated to the final exam. The general average and grades are issued within the week following the final exams. • The mid-term vacation begins at the beginning of August and continues for the third week of October. • After the end of each semester, a two-week vacation is scheduled. The rate is calculated as follows: • 50% for the final exam • 50% to be distributed by the course teacher for the midterm exams and the classroom activities that the student performs. • The student is considered to have passed the course if he/she achieves an average of 60%. • The student is considered conditionally successful if he achieves a grade between 50 and 60% and has an overall GPA of no less than 2.5 out of 4.0. • The student obtains a bachelor's degree after successfully completing 48 courses of 360 credit hours.
The tuition fee is £50 per credit • Students are allowed to register a maximum of 40 credits each semester and a minimum of 14 credits. • The student pays a one-time enrollment fee of 200 pounds when registering with the ISC • The student pays 100 sterling pounds per semester as the registration fee for courses. • The creditd = four actual hours.
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