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Combined STEM (R28)

Open University

UCAS Code: Not applicable | Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)

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Course option

3.0years

Distance learning | 2021

Subjects

General science

Applied science

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.

Modules

This degree has three stages, each comprising 120 credits:
In Stage 1, you'll choose 60 credits from a range of key introductory STEM modules, followed by 60 credits from a free choice of OU level 1 modules.
Next, in Stage 2, you'll choose 60 credits from a broad range of STEM modules at OU level 2, followed by 60 credits from a free choice of OU level 2 modules.
Finally, in Stage 3, you'll conclude your degree by choosing 120 credits from a broad range of OU level 3 STEM modules.

Tuition fees

Select where you currently live to see what you'll pay:

Channel Islands
£19,008
for the whole course
England
£19,008
for the whole course
EU
£19,008
for the whole course
International
£19,008
for the whole course
Northern Ireland
£6,336
for the whole course
Republic of Ireland
£19,008
for the whole course
Scotland
£6,336
for the whole course
Wales
£7,704
for the whole course

The Uni


Course location:

Distance Learning

Department:

The Open University

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