What subjects are available?

Almost all the subjects taught at Stirling are available to part-time students who are able to attend classes during the day.

 

For detailed information on specific subjects please see our course listings:

Part-time/January entry

SubjectSeptember or January entryModules per semesterNotes
Accountancy September or January   For January entry prior Accountancy study is an advantage
Animal Biology September    
Aquaculture September 1 or 2 modules  
Biology September 1 or 2 modules  
Business Computing September 1 or 2 modules  
Business Law September 1 or 2 modules  
Business Studies September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Computing Science September 1 or 2 modules  
Conservation Science September 1 or 2 modules  
Criminology September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Ecology September 1 or 2 modules  
Economics September 1 or 2 modules  
Education September or January 1 or 2 modules You are encouraged to seek advice if you are planning to pursue teaching.
English Studies September or January

1 or 2 modules

 
Environmental Geography September 1 or 2 modules  
Environmental Science and Outdoor Education September 1 or 2 modules  
Environmental Science September or January 1 or 2 modules  
European Film & Media September 1 or 2 modules  
Film & Media September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Finance September or January 1 or 2 modules  
French September 1 or 2 modules  
Geography September 1 or 2 modules  
History September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Human Resource Management September or January 1 or 2 modules  
International Management and Intercultural Studies September 1 or 2 modules  
Journalism Studies September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Law BA September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Law LLB      
Management September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Management Science September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Marine Biology September 1 or 2 modules  
Marketing September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Applied Mathematics/ Mathematics September 1 or 2 modules  
Modern Languages September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Money, Banking & Finance September 1 or 2 modules  
Nursing (Degree Completion for Registered Nurses) September or January    
Nursing (1st Registration DipHE/BSc courses) September    
Philosophy September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Physical Education & Professional Education September 1 or 2 modules  
Politics September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Politics and International Politics September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Politics, Philosophy and Economics: PPE September 1 or 2 modules  
Psychology September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Religion September 1 or 2 modules  
Retail Marketing September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Scottish History September 1 or 2 modules  
Sociology/ Social Policy September or January 1 or 2 modules  
Software Engineering September 1 or 2 modules  
Spanish and Latin American Studies September 1 or 2 modules  
Sport and Exercise Science September 1 or 2 modules  
Sports Studies September or January 1 or 2 modules  

Please note that not all subjects may be available in January due to number restrictions.

Education students

In certain circumstances, it may be possible to study initial teacher education programmes (ITE) on a part-time basis for part of the programme. It is possible to complete the programme on a part-time basis, but in practice, this requires some careful ordering of modules and should be discussed fully with the programme director at an early stage if you intend to pursue this option.
All students who wish to complete the professional training aspects and transfer onto full-time study should arrange this with the department early on in their study. If you wish to register for the ITE programme, please email the Faculty once you have been accepted onto the programme.

Social Sciences

Accountancy

Applicants wishing to undertake a Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) will need to undertake daytime study at some time in their programme. Most candidates who apply for admission to this programme intend to pursue a career as professionally qualified accountants and therefore must study specific daytime modules to qualify for professional chartered exemptions.

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