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Biological Sciences with Physics or Chemistry LM092

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Science with concurrent Teacher Education (Biology with Phy or Chem or Ag Sc) - LM092

The programme is based on the concurrent model of teacher education, in which educational studies and studies in biology, along with your chosen elective (chemistry or physics or agricultural science) are combined with periods of school placement in which you will gain experience of teaching.

The first two years of study provide a foundation in: Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Mathematics and Education.