York is a big and diverse university. There are thousands of courses available on a broad range of topics. Although you are primarily interested in one of the majors offered by the Faculty of Science the degree requirements do leave room for a few free choice courses.
Likely you have many other interests. Perhaps early civilisations? Medieval science? There are courses that are bound to satisfy almost any scholarly interest you may have.
Before each academic session begins, you should develop a course plan to ensure that you are satisfying the requirements of your program. You should plan to fit in courses that meet the full range of your interests.
If you need assistance developing your course plan or understanding your degree requirements, get advice either from Science Academic Services (SAS) or your Home Department. The Registrar’s Office also has a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about enrolment issues.
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