ENGLAND: London

ENGLAND ACADEMICS

Semester & Academic Year
Summer

The semester and academic year curriculum offers courses and internships. Courses are taught at London South Bank University (LSBU). Internships are organized at various companies, NGOs and humanitarian organizations. Students can enroll in a maximum of 4 courses or 3 courses plus internship per semester. Most courses and internships are the equivalent of 3 to 4 semester credits in the USA.

Courses & Syllabi

Download the Course Offerings (pre-approved} file to select your courses. Course descriptions are included in this file.Note the following:

  • Students must enroll in London: City of Change.
  • TABS at the bottom of the Course Offerings file allow you to switch between the six LSBU schools and departments.
  • Course titles are listed under the UNIT column of the Course Offerings file.
  • Course descriptions are listed under the DESCRIPTION column. You may have to move the lower border of the description cell to view the entire description.
  • The SEMESTER column indicates when courses are offered: 1 means Fall semester; 2 means Spring semester; B means both semesters.
  • Disregard the LEVEL and CREDIT columns as they do not apply to study abroad students.

Syllabi are organized by department within each LSBU school: Arts & Creative Industries (ACI), Applied Science & Psychology (ASP), Built Environment & Architecture (BEA), Business (BUS), Engineering (ENG), School of Health & Social Care (HSC), and Law & Social Sciences (LSS). Click on the department to view courses and syllabi. Syllabi for the most commonly requested courses are linked to course titles. Contact KEI to request syllabi for additional courses.

ACI: Required Courses

Students must select at least one of the following courses.

London: City of Change (AME_5_LCC)

ACI: Arts & Festival Management

The Creative Industries (CRT_4_CRI)
The Legal Framework (AAP_5_TLF)
Modern Museum & Gallery Practice (AME_5_MMG)
Arts Research Project (AME_5_ARP)
Arts in Education and Community Settings (AME_6_ECS)
Managing Music (AME_6_MUS)
Visual Analysis (CIN_4_VAN)
Managing Social Media (CRT_4_MSM)

ACI: Creative Writing

The Practice of Literary Criticism (AME_4_PLC)
Understanding Poetry (AME_4_UNP)Understanding Poetry
Introduction to Creative Writing I: Short Stories (AAP_4_CW1)
Narrative and Culture (AAP_4_NAC)
Drama in Society (AAP_4_DIS)
Introduction to Creative Writing II: Poetry (AAP_4_CW2)
Critical Approaches to Literature (AME_5_CAL)
Tragedy 1: To the English Renaissance (AME_5_TER)
Writing for Stage and Screen: An Introduction (AAP_5_WSS)
Literature into film (AAP_5_LIF)
Writing a Life (AME_5_WAL)
Contemporary Genre Fiction: Theory and Craft (AAP_5_CGF)
Shakespeare: Text and Performance (AME_6_STP)
Modernism and the City (AAP_6_MAC)
Film Adaptation (AAP_6_FAD)
Contemporary Fiction (AAP_6_CFI)
Modernism and the Stage (AAP_6_MAS)
Contemporary Poetry (AAP_6_COP)
Contemporary Black and Asian Writing: The British Context (AAP_6_BAW)
Writing for Performance (AAP_6_WFP)

ACI: Digital Design

Digital Design Fundamentals (CRT-4-DDF)
New Media and Digital Arts (AME_4_NMD)
Digital Storytelling (AME_4_DST)
Thinking, Making, Writing and Debates in Creative Media (FAM_4_TMW)
Moving Image Practices (AME-5-MIP)
Designing For Interaction (AME_5_DSI)
Critical Theories of Digital Media (AME_5_CTD)
Researching Digital Design CRT_5_RDD)

ACI: Film & Theater

Documentary Theory (AME_4_DCT)
Video Technology (AME_4_VTC)
Physical Filmmaking (FAM_4_PFM)
Sound Recording (FAM_4_SRE)
Documentary Practice (AME_4_DPR)
Editing and Montage (AME_4_EMN)
Introduction to Cinematography (AME_5_CIN)
Colour Grading (FAM_5_CGR)
Screenwriting (FAM_5_SCW)
Sound on Film (AME_5_SOF)
Film Analysis (FAM_5_FAN)
Reading the Screen: Analysis and Design (FAM_4_RTS)
The Rise of Cinema: History and Diversity (FAM_4_TRC)
The Film Auteur: Vision and Style (FAM_4_TFA)
Reading the Screen: Theory and Aesthetics (FAM_4_RST)
World Cinema: Origins and Forms (FAM_4_WCO)
Projecting Britain: from the Sixties to the New Millennium (FAM_5_PRB)
Visions of the City (FAM_5_VOC)
European Realisms: Italy and France (FAM_5_ERI)
American Cinema: Hollywood and Independents (AME_5_AHI)
Critiquing Gender and Sexuality in the Movies (FAM_5_CGM)
Contemporary Chinese Cinema with Mandarin (TBA)
Film and Revolution in the Developing World (FAM_6_FRD)
Contemporary Cinema and Digital Futures (FAM_6_CCD)

ACI: Journalism

Digital Journalism 1 (CRT_4_DJ1)
Digital Journalism 2 (CRT_4_DJ2)
Journalism and Society (AME_4_JSC / CRT_4_JAS)
Global Journalism (CRT_5_GLJ)
Journalism Futures (CRT_5_JRF)
Investigative Journalism (CRT_5_IJR)

ACI: Photography

Documentary Photography (AME_4_DOP / AME_4_DOP)
The Emergence of Photography (AME_4_IIP / AME_4_EOP)
Photo Imaging: Studio and Lab (AME_4_PSL)
Contemporary Photography Commissions (AME_4_COP)
Digital Image Construction (AME_4_DIC)
Fashion, Editorial and Advertising Photography (AME_5_FEA)
Photography and the Gallery (AME_5_PAG)
Self Publishing & the Photobook (AME_5_SPP)
Contemporary Photographic Debates (AME_5_COP)

ACI: Sound Design & Visual Effects

Introduction to Film Sound (CRT_4_IFS)
Sample and Sequence (AME_4_SSQ)
Sound in Context (CRT_4_SIC)
Field Recording (CRT_4_FRC)
Sound Synthesis (CRT_4_SSY)
Sound to Picture (CRT_4_STP)
Music Image Text (AME_5_MIT)
Introduction to VFX (CRT_4_ITV)
Post-Production (CRT_4_PPR)
The VFX Industry (CRT_4_TVI)
Computer Graphics – 1 (CRT_4_CG1)

ASP: Applied Science

Biology of the Cell (ASC_4_406)
Scientific Skills (SFB_4_100 / ASC_4_402)
Anatomy & Physiology (EAA_4_719 / ASC_4_401)
Human Evolution, Physiology & Behaviour (FBS_5_202)
Numerical Methods for Bioscientists (ASC_4_410)
Research Methods for Bioscience (ASC_5_474)
Physics for Life (ASC_5_443)
Anatomy and Physiology (AHP_4_006)
Pathophysiology and Pharmacology (AHP_5_003)

ASP: Forensics

Introduction to Forensic Science (EAC_4_133 / ASC_4_414)
Fundamentals of Measurement and Instrumentation (ASC_4_412)
Introduction to Law for Forensic Scientists (ASC_4_413)Introduction to Forensic Science
Core and Materials Science (ASC_4_415)
Criminal Law for Forensic Scientists (ASC_5_422)
Forensic Biology (ASC_5_417)
Research Methods for Forensic Science (ASC_5_475)
Explosion, Fire and Firearms (ASC_5_423)
Law of Evidence for Forensic Scientists (ASC_6_458)

ASP: Nutrition & Food Science

Nutrition, Health & Disease (ASC_4_409)
Foodology (ASC_4_411)
Human Nutrition (ASC_5_440)
Public Health (ASC_5_447)
Safe Food Preparation (ASC_5_444)
Disease and Immunity ( ASC_5_441)
Human Evolution, Physiology and Behaviour (ASC_5_456)
Research Methods for Bioscience (ASC_5_474)
Physics for Life (ASC_5_443)
Food Composition, Properties & Analysis (EAC_5_408 / ASC_5_446)
Food Microbiology (ASC_5_445)
Food Control and Sustainable Practice (ASC_6_451)
New Food Product Development (ASC_6_453)
Aetiology of Disease (ASC_6_449)
Clinical Nutrition (ASC_6_454)
Current Perspectives in Biosciences (ASC_6_450)
Advanced Topics in Food Science and Technology (ASC_6_452)
Advanced Topics in Food Science (ASC_6_452)
Advanced Topics in Human Nutrition (TBA)

ASP: Sport Science, Coaching & Analysis

Kinesiology (SES_4_102)
Perception and Action 1 (ASC_4_439)
Biomechanics 1 (ASC_4_404)
Sports Psychology 1 (ASC_4_405)
Strength and Conditioning Theory (ASC_5_426)
Biomechanics 2 (ASC_5_435)
Research Methods (Sports & Exercise Science) (ASC_5_437)
Sports Psychology 2 (ASC_5_424)
Sport and Exercise Nutrition (ASC_5_429)
Exercise Physiology and Laboratory Testing (ASC_5_438)
Sports Biomechanics Analysis (ASC_5_428)
Perception and Action 2 (ASC_5_436)
Sports Populations and Coaching Groups (ASC_6_431)
Notational and performance analysis (ASC_6_430)
Clinical Applied Biomechanics (ASC_6_468)
Environmental Exercise Physiology (ASC_6_469)
Advanced Strength and Conditioning Practices (ASC_6_433)
Applied Sport Psychology for Coaching (ASC_6_432)

BEA: Built Environment & Construction

Construction Technology & Materials (EBB_4_021)
Building Services and Environmental Science ( EBB_4_070)
Surveying and Setting Out (EBB_4_040)
Building Survey and Inspection ( EBB_4_050)
Supporting Studies ( EBB_4_010)
Legal and Economic Context ( EBB_4_030)
Mechanical Services for Buildings  (EUC_4_946)
Theory of Architecture, Design & Conservation ( EBB_5_020)
Sustainable Construction and the Environment (EBB_5_030)
Measurement 1 and Documentation (EBB_5_050)
Architectural Design & Technology ( EBB_4_060)
Construction Contract Law ( EBB_5_080)
Estimating and Tendering Process ( EBB_5_090)
Project Appraisal & Cost Control ( EBB_5_120)
Building Economics ( EBB_5_130)
Production Management ( EBB_5_140)
BIM with Structural Analysis (EUA_5_403)
Cost Planning and Tender Process ( EBB_5_100)
Construction Planning (EBB_5_150)
3D CAD & Building Information Modelling ( EBB_5_160)
Planning and Development Controls ( EBB_5_180)
Estate and Property Asset Management ( EBB_5_200)
Management of Organisation (EBB_5_230)
Construction Technology (EUA_5_414)
Design Futures and Emerging Technologies (ENG_5_548)
Measurement, Cost Planning and Tender Process For Architects and Building Surveyors (EBB_5_110)
Technology 2 ( EBB_5_511)
Project Management (EBB_6_020)
Management of the Firm (EBB_6_030)
Contract Administration (EBB_6_060)
Sustainable Construction and the Environment ( EBB_5_030)
Construction (EBB_6_158)
Construction and Planning  (EBB_6_172)
Valuations (EBB_6_173)
Noise and Vibration Control (EUA_6_953)
Corporate Management and Finance ( EBB_6_040)
Property Law and Valuations (EBB_6_120)
Contract Practice and Administration (EBB_6_050)
Institutional and Legal Context for Property (EBB_6_195)

BEA: Civil Engineering & Building Services

Internal Environment and Comfort (BEA_4_456)
Electrical Services in Buildings (BEA_5_466)
Design for Operation (BEA_5_469)
Design of Elements A (BEA_5_413)
Project and Business Management (BEA_5_465)
Integrated Building Design (BEA_5_464)
Structures and Design A (BEA_6_420)
Structures and Design B (BEA_6_445)
Lighting and Electrical Systems (BEA_6_470)
Heat and Mass Transfer Applications (BEA_6_471)
Clean Technology (ENG_6_479)
Transport Planning and Highway Engineering (BEA_6_423)
Energy Management and Controls (BEA_6_473)

BUS: Business, Enterprise & Management

Concepts of Management (BBS_4_COM
People and Organisations (BBM_4_PEO)
Management and Information Systems (BBS_4_MIS
Business Ethics Today: Social & Legal Foundations (BBM-5-BET)
Managing the Principals of E-Business (BBS_5_MPB)
Managing Business and Innovation (BBS_5_MBI)
Managing Business Logistics & Negotiations (BBS_5_MBL)
Social Media in a Business Context (BBS_5_SMB)
Entrepreneurial Mind-set: Business Discovery & Development (BBS_5_BDD)
Business Contracts (BBS_5_BCT)
Fundamentals of Project Management (BBS_5_FPM)
Diagnostic Analytics (BBS_5_DAN)
Human Resource Management (BBM_5_HRE)
Emerging Markets, and the Asia-Pacific Business Environment (BBS_5_EMM)
Training and Development (BBM_6_TAD)
Employee Relations (BBM_6_ERE)
Employment and Labour Markets (BBS_6_ELM)
Strategic Management and Leadership (BBS_6_SML)
Managing and Leading SMEs (BBS_6_MLS)
Entry Strategies for International Markets (BBS_6_ESI)
Strategic Management (BBM_6_STM)
Business Simulation (BBS_6_SIM)
Legal Business Management (BBS_6_LBM)
Multinational Firms and Global Trade (BBS_6_MFG)
Statistical Techniques for Business and Finance ((BBS_6_STB)
Business Performance Management (BAF_6_BPM)
Legal Protection of Business Creativity (BBS_6_LPB)
Optimization Techniques and Methods (BBS_6_OTM)
Small Business Planning & Strategy (IHS_3_423 / BBM_6_SBP)
People Resourcing (BBM_6_PER)
Individual and Organisational Learning and Development (BBM_6_IOL)
Mobile Applications – From Idea To Mass Adoption (BBS_6_MAP)
Tools of Management Science (BBS_6_TMS)

BUS: Economics

Business Economics 1 (BBS_4_ECO)
Business Economics 2 (BBS_4_ECN)
Intermediate Macroeconomics (BBS_5_MAC)
Quantitative Methods for Economists (BBS_5_QEC)
Historical and Institutional Economics (BBS_5_HIE)
Intermediate Macroeconomics (BBS_5_MAC)
Intermediate Microeconomics (BBS_5_MIC)
Environmental Economics & Sustainability (BBS_5_EES)
Introduction to Econometrics (BBS_5_ECO)
Economic Research (BBS_6_ERE)
Introduction to Advanced Macroeconomics (BBS_6_AMA)
Employment and Labor Markets (BBS_6_ELM)
Introduction to Advanced Microeconomics (BBS_6_AMI)
Financial Econometrics (BBS_6_FEC)
Contemporary Issues Facing the UK and World Economy (BBS-6-CIE)

BUS: Fashion Merchandising & Retail

Syllabi for the fashion merchandising and retail courses will be available on this page as they are received from LSBU. In the meantime, download the Course Descriptions file. If you need syllabi for course approval at your university/college, email the KEI Program Manager (Jennifer Hernandez) a list of courses that are of interest to you. Students interested in the fashion merchandising and retail concentration are strongly encouraged to participate in the Fashion/Retail Internship.

Fashion promotion in practice
Brands, branding and social media
Marketing in a digital world
Principles of marketing
Fashion promotion in context
Visual communication
Fashion, retail and consumer trends
Negotiated project
Fashion events and promotion
The consumer behaviour analyst
The communications manager
Fashion, Editorial and Advertising photography
Extended research project
Enterprising futures: personal and professional practice
Marketing strategy and planning
Brand Management (BBM_6_BMG)
Luxury
Managing Luxury Brands and Branding
Artisans, Supply Chains and the Luxury Consumer

BUS: Finance & Accounting

Financial Accounting Fundamentals (BAF_4_FAF)
Management Accounting BAF_4_MAC)
Advanced Management Accounting (BAF_5_AMA)
Taxation Fundamentals (BAF-5-TAF)
Employability Skills for Accountants (BAF_5_ESA)
Business and Company Law (BAF_5_BLA)
Financial Accounting and Analysis ( BAF_5_FAA)
Fundamentals of Finance (BAF_5_FOF)
Accounting and Finance Theories and Issues (BAF_6_AFT)
Financial Reporting (BAF_6_FRE)
Managerial Finance (BAF_6_MFI)
Audit and Assurance (BAF_6_AAS)
Corporate Finance & Risk Management (BAF-6-CFR)
Advanced Corporate Reporting (BAF_6_ACR)
Advanced Personal Taxation (BAF–6–APT)
Personal Finance (BAF_6_PFI)
Enterprise Strategy (BAF_6_EST)

ENG: Chemical & Petroleum Engineering

Introduction to Chemical and Petroleum Engineering (ENG_4_470)
Engineering Principles (ENG_4_471)
Design and Practice  (ENG_4_403)
Advanced Mathematics (BEA_5_415)
Fluids and Separation (ENG_5_472)
Chemical Engineering Processes 1 (ENG_5_474)
Chemical Engineering Design and Practice (ENG_5_475)
Thermodynamics (ENG_5_473)
Reservoir Engineering and Petroleum Economics (ENG_5_481)
Geoscience, Well Drilling and Logging (ENG_5_482)
Clean Technology (ENG_6_479)
Chemical Engineering Processes 2 (ENG_6_477)
Process Safety and Environmental Management (ENG_6_476)
Advanced Fluids and Control (ENG_6_478)
Petroleum Processes and Control [Stream 1] (ENG_6_483)
Production Engineering (ENG_6_484)
Reservoir Management (ENG_6_485)

ENG: Computer Science & Information Technology/Systems

Engineering Principles (ENG_4_471)
Design and Practice (ENG_4_403)
Advanced Mathematics (BEA_5_415)
Fundamentals of Software Development (CSI_4_FSD)
Fundamentals of Computer (CSI_4_FCS)
Mathematics for Computer Science (CSI_4_FCS)
Data Structures and Algorithms (CSI_4_DSA)
Principles of Data Networks( CSI_4_PDN)
Operating Systems (CSI-5-OSY)
Object-Oriented Programming (CSI_5_OOP)
Software Engineering (ENG_5_509 / CSI_5_SFE)
UIs, Events and Concurrency (CSI-5-UEC)
User Centred Design (BIF_5_UCD)
Media, Computers and Networks (BIF_4_MCN)
Software Development for Business 2 (BIF_4_SD2)
Socio-Technical Analysis of Requirements (BIF_4_SAR)
Mathematical Analysis for Informatics (BIF_4_MAI)
Introduction to Data Communications and Networks (ENG_4_531)
Systematic Software Development (BIF_5_SSD)
System Design Techniques (BIF_5_SDT)
IT Infrastructure & Management (BIF-5-IIM / BIF_5_SDT)
Introduction to Business Intelligence (BIF_5_IBI)
Enterprise Architectures (BIF_5_ENA)
Research & Professional Practice (BIF_5_RPP
Business Database Systems (BIF_5_BDS)
Operating Systems and Multimedia (ENG_5_534)
Managing Technological Innovation (BIF_5_MTI)
Management Concepts & Evaluation Techniques (BIF_5_MCT)
IT Systems Administration (BIF_6_ISA)
Information Management and Decision Support Systems (BIF_6_IMD)
Distributed Computer Systems (BIF_6_DCS)
Principles of Data Mining (BIF_6_PDM)
Web Services, Security & Management (BIF_6_WSM)
Network Configuration and Management (BIF_6_NCM)
Designing Business Intelligence Systems (BIF_6_DBI)
Strategic IT Management (BIF_6_SIM)
Professional and Contemporary Issues (BIF_6_PCI)
Legal Protection of Business Creativity (BBS_6_LPC)
Software Development 1 (BIF_4_SF1)
Computing Platform Administration (BIF_4_CPA)
Computer Technology B(IF_4_COT)
Digital Business Applications (BIF_5_DBA)
Fundamentals of Communication & Transmission Theory (ENG_5_413)
Usability Engineering & Evaluation (BIF_6_UEE)
Dynamic Technologies for the Web (BIF_6_DTW)
Engineering Software (BIF_6_ESO)

ENG: Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Engineering Principles (ENG_4_471)
Design and Practice (ENG_4_403)
Advanced Mathematics (BEA_5_415)
Engineering Mathematics and Modelling (ENG_4_401)
Engineering Principles (ENG_4_402)
Design and Practice (ENG_4_403)
Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Engineering (ENG_4_404)
Engineering Computing (ENG_4_405)
Introduction to Digital Electronics (ENG_4_406)
Advanced Engineering Mathematics (ENG_5_410)
Circuits, Signals and Systems (EEA_5_991 / ENG_5_412)
Analogue and Digital Circuit Design (ENG_5_557)
Electrical Machines & Power Electronics (ENG_5_524)
Principals of Control (EEA_5_008 / ENG_5_415)
Team Design Project (ENG_5_414)
Innovation and Enterprise (ENG_6_422)
Advanced Analogue and RF Electronics (ENG_6_420)
Control Engineering (ENG_6_423)
Digital Systems Design (ENG_6_421)
Principles of Computer Engineering (ENG_4_532)
Introduction to Vehicle Engineering (TBA)
Introduction to Communication Systems and Networks (EEA_5_982 / ENG_5_533)
Engineering Software C++ (ENG_5_411)
Instrumentation and Control using Labview (EEA_5_419)
Computer Networks (ENG_5_536)
Optical and Microwave Communication Systems (ENG_6_520)
Network Technologies and Design (ENG_6_537)
Systems & Software Engineering (ENG_6_539)
DSP for Communications (ENG_6_522)
Control Engineering (ENG_6_423)
Advanced Computer Engineering (ENG_6_538)
Electrical Services for Buildings (ENG_5_525)
Electrical Energy Converters and Drives (ENG_6_528)
Lighting (ENG_6_527)

ENG: Mechanical Engineering

Engineering Principles (ENG_4_471)
Design and Practice  (ENG_4_403)
Advanced Mathematics (BEA_5_415)
Thermofluids and Dynamics (ENG_4_440)
Introduction to Mechanical Engineering (ENG_4_441)
Engineering Design (ENG_5_442)
Machine Drives and Mechatronics (ENG_5_442)
Thermofluids and Sustainable Energy (ENG_5_446)
Dynamics and Control (ENG_5_447)
Manufacturing Systems and Material Technologies (ENG_6_450)
Dynamics and System Modelling ( ENG_6_451)
Thermofluids and Turbomachinery (ENG_6_452)

ENG: Product Design

Engineering Principles (ENG_4_471)
Design and Practice  (ENG_4_403)
Advanced Mathematics (BEA_5_415)
Introduction to Mechanical and Electronic Engineering (ENG_4_407)
Design Methods (ENG_4_541)
Visual Communications ( ENG_4_542)
Digital Design and Modelling (ENG_4_543)
Solid Mechanics and FEA B (MED_5_SME)
Mechatronics (ENG_5_516)
Design Thinking and Applications (ENG_5_546)
Design Contexts and Communications (ENG_5_547)
Virtual Engineering and CAD ( ENG_5_409)
Design and Manufacture Project EPD (ENG_5_408)
Portfolio Engineering Projects (ENG_6_416)
Manufacturing Systems (ENG_6_487)
Research Methods for Design Projects (ENG_6_552)
Engineering Product Design Project (ENG_6_417)
Inclusive Design and Usability (ENG_4_544)
Design for Sustainable Society (ENG_4_545)
Design Interactions (ENG_5_549)
Design Futures and Emerging Technologies ( ENG_5_548)
Digital Visualisation and CAD (ENG_5_551)
Design and Manufacture Project PD (ENG_5_550)
Portfolio Design Projects (ENG_6_556)
Design and Culture (ENG_6_554)
Product Design Project (ENG_6_557)
Service and Systems Design (ENG_6_553)
Mathematics B (BEA_4_408)

HSC: Eastern Medicine

Biomedicine 1: Anatomy and Physiology (AHP_4_006)
Biomedicine 2: Pathophysiology and Pharmacology (AHP_5_003)
Nutrition, Health & Disease (ASC_4_409)
Human Nutrition (ASC_5_440)
Disease and Immunity ( ASC_5_441)
Physics for Life (ASC_5_443)
Aetiology of Disease (ASC_6_449)
Chinese Medicine 1: Basic Principles (AHP_4_001)
Chinese Medicine 2: Differentiation (AHP_5_006)
Concepts of Inter-professional Practice in Health and Social Care (AHP_4_004)
Tuina and Jingluo 1 (AHP_4_002)
Tuina and Jingluo 2 (AHP_5_001)
Chinese Language 1 (AHP_4_005)
Chinese Language 2 (AHP_5_005)
History of Chinese Medicine (AHP_4_007)
Sociology of Health (AHP_5_004)
Running a Practice (AHP_5_007)

HSC: Health & Social Care

Public Health (EAA_5_420 / ASC_5_447)
Sociology of Health (AHP_5_004)
Running a Practice (AHP_5_007)
Academic and Personal Development (HSC_4_001)
Context of Health and Social Care Provision (HSC_4_002)
Communication in Health Care (HSC_4_003)
Managing Change (HSC_4_004)
Ethics and Law in Health Care (HSC_4_005)
Inter-Professional Working in Practice (HSC_4_006)
Managing People in Health Care (HSC_5_001)
Managing Risk in Health Care ( HSC_5_002)
Social Enterprise and the Voluntary Sector (HSC_5_003)
Governance of Health and Social Care (HSC_5_004)
Living with Health and Social Care (HSC_5_006)
Evidence Based Practice for Health and Social Care (HSC_6_002)
Commissioning, Procurement and Managing Resources (HSC_6_003)
Leadership in Health & Social Care (HSC_6_006)

LSS: Criminal Justince

Issues in Crime (DSS_4_IIC)
Crime, Disorder and Community Safety (DSS_5_CDC)
Issues in Contemporary Policing (DSS_5_ICP)
Youth, Crime and Delinquency (PCR_3_303 / DSS_5_YCD)
Hate Crime (DSS_6_HCR)
Crime, Media and Culture (DSS_6_CMC)
Crimes of the Powerful: States, Corporations and Human Rights (DSS_6_COP)
Criminal Justice, Politics and Social Policy (DSS_4_CJP)
Deconstructing the Crime Problem (DSS_4_DCP)
Gender, Crime and Justice (DSS_6_GCJ)
Issues in Criminal Justice History (DSS_5_ICJ)
Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity (DSS_6_GTC)
Introduction to Criminological Theory (DSS_4_ICT)
Penal Theory Policy and Practice (DSS_5_PTP)

LSS: Law

European Human Rights (LLB_3_EHR / LAW_6_EHR)
Alternative Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice (LAW_5_ADR)
Gender Justice and the Law (LAW_5_GJL)
Jurisprudence – Law and Politics (LAW_5_JLP)
Medical Law & Ethics (LAW_5_MLE)
Regulatory Principles of Entertainment & Media Law (LAW_5_RPE)
Analysis of Evidence – The Science of Proof (LAW_6_AOE)
Mediation and Negotiation Skills (LAW_6_MNS)
Civil Rights and the Individual (LAW_6_CRI)
Civil Rights and The State (LLB_3_CVS / LAW_6_CRS)
International Protection Of Human Rights (LLB_3_IPH / LAW_6_IHR)

LSS: Education

Constructing Childhood (EDU_4_CNC)
Study Skills for Education (EDU_4_SSE)
What is Education? (EDU_4_EDS)
Barriers to Learning (EDU_4_BLT)
Community, Family and Children (EDU_4CFC)
Developing Mathematical Thinking (EDU_4_DMT)
Equality, Culture and Citizenship (EDU_5_ECC)
Introduction to Technology and Education (EDU_5_ITE)
Assessment in Education (EDU_6_AIE)
Creativity in Education (EDU_6_CRE)
Contemporary Issues in Education (EDU_6_CIE)
Contextualizing Education Globally (EDU_6_CEG)

LSS: Social Science & Public Policy

Interpreting Society: Qualitative Methods in Social Research (DSS_5_ISQ)
Issues In Contemporary Sociology (DSS_4_ICS)
Gender, Justice & the Law (LAW-5-GJL-1)
Exploring Human Geographies (UEL_4_EHG)
Gender Difference and Equality: Historical & Contemporary Debates (DSS_5_GDE)
Gender, Difference and Society (DSS_5_GDE)
Geographical Investigations (UEL_4_GIN)
Global Governance, Religionalism and the Nation State (TBA)
Globalization and Development: Africa and the BRIC Economies (DSS_5_GDA)
Human Geographies of London (UEL_4_HGL)
Industry, Empire and Society: Britain 1750-1900 (DSS_4_IES)
Introduction to the Workplace (DSS_5_IWP)
Making Identities: Citizenship, Race & Nation (DSS_5_MIC)
Making Sustainable Places (UEL_4_MSP)
Qualitative Methods in Social Research (DSS_5_QM2)
Quantitative Methods in Social Research (DSS_5_QM1)
Race, Culture & Identity (DSS_6_RCI)
Researching Social Life (DSS_4_RSL)
Social and Political Problems (DSS_4_SPP)
Social Research Skills 1 (DSS_5_SRS)
Social Theory and Modernity (DSS_5_STM)
Society, Space and Place (UEL_4_SSC)
Sociology for the 21st Century (DSS_6_SFC)
The Environment, Sustainability and Climate Change (DSS_5_TES)
The Sociological Imagination: Understanding Society & Social Action (DSS_4_TSI)
War and Social Change in the Twentieth Century (DSS_4_WSC)

LSS: Tourism & Hospitality

Leisure and Consumption (UEL_4_LAC)
Management and Leadership ( UEL_4_MLS)
Entertainment and Events Industry ( UEL_4_EEI)
Events Law and Contract Management ( UEL_4_LCM)
Fundamentals of Hospitality (UEL_4_FOH)
Hospitality and Food Issues ( UEL_4_HFI)
Markets and Marketing (UEL_4_MAM)
Geographies of Tourism (UEL_4_GTO)
Tourism and Travel Industry and Impacts (UEL_4_TTI)
Events Strategy and Planning (UEL_5_ESP)
Business and Enterprise Management (UEL_5_BEM)
Travel Distribution (UEL_5_TRD)
Strategies, Visions and Design (UEL_5_SVD)
Hospitality & Food Operations UEL_5_HFO)
Hospitality Design and Merchandising UEL_5_HDM)
Events Logistics UEL_5_ELG)
Destination Planning and Management (UEL_5_DPM)
Leisure and Entertainment Operations UEL_5_LEO)
Trends in Food and Beverage (UEL_5_TFB)
Tourism in Less Developed Countries UEL_5_TLD)
Destination Marketing UEL_6_DMR)
Current Issues in Tourism, Hospitality, and Leisure UEL_6_CTH)
Heritage Management UEL_6_HPM)
International Hospitality Operations (PTM_3_IHO / UEL_6_IHO)
Tourism, Leisure and Economic Development UEL_6_TLE)
Human Resources and Quality Management UEL_6_HRQ)

LSS: Urban Environment & Housing

Policy Evaluation and Research (UEL_5_PER)
Explanations in Housing Histories (UEL_4_EHH)
Planning, Transport & Mobility (UEL_5_PTM)
Society & Welfare (UEL_4_SAW)
Development Process and Finance (UEL_5_DPF)
Environmental Management and Climate Change (UEL_5_EMC)
Housing in Context (UEL_4_HIC)
Funding Social Housing (UEL_4_FSH)
Planning History and Principles (UEL_4_PHP)
Producing the Built Environment (UEL_4_PBE)
Law for Housing Professionals (UEL_4_LHP)
Geographical Information Systems (UEL_4_GIS)
Town Planning as an Art (UEL_4_TPA)
Law and Development Management (UEL_4_LDM)
Developing Sustainable Housing ( UEL_4_DSH)
Housing Management & Maintenance (UEL_5_HMM)
Housing Development (UEL_5_HDV)
Policy Development and Evaluation 1 (UEL_5_PD1)
Policy Development and Evaluation 2 (UEL_5_PD2)
Organisations (UEL_5_ORG)
Housing Economics (UEL_6_HEC)
Advanced Housing Law (UEL_6_AHL)
Housing and Regeneration in Developing Countries (UEL_6_HDC)
Hallmark Events Strategy and Policy (UEL_6_HES)
Planning Law and Policy (UEL_6_PLP)
Planning Specialism Project (UEL_6_PSP)
Managing the New Housing (UEL_6_MNH)
Neighbourhood Management & Renewal (UEL_6_NMR)
Strategic Spatial Planning (UEL_6_SSP)
Cities, Representations and Planning (UEL_6_CRP)

Internship (FAM_5_LDP)

Internships allow students to learn from practical experience not attainable in a classroom setting. Internships require a commitment of 120 to 200 hours (3 credits). Placement is based on professional interests and availability. Previous placements include Lloyd’s TSB, Accenture Plc, Air France, Working Titles Films and BMW. Actual placement may be with a different organization. Positions are available in the following professional fields.

Business
Marketing
Finance
Communications
Public Relations
Law
Fashion (design, styling, etc.)
Media
Journalism
Public Health
Education
Humanitarian Aid
International Relations
Merchandising
Social Work
Applied Science
Engineering
Hospitality
Environment
Sports (science, management)
Fashion Retail

CREDIT & TRANSCRIPTS

Credit and transcripts/certificates for courses and internships is issued by London South Bank University (accredited in England) and SUNY Old Westbury (accredited in USA).

HOST UNIVERSITY

London South Bank University (LSBU), established in 1892, is the oldest, largest and most diverse university in London. The University is regarded for its academic standards, practical curriculum, research, expert faculty and community outreach. The campus is situated in central London, a short walk from many of London’s major landmarks.

VIRTUAL TOURS

The Learning Centre contains a wide array of facilities for staff and students, from free computer access to specialist engineering facilities.


Perry Library provides LSBU students with access to a wide range of books, journal articles and other specialist materials they will need to complete their studies.


The Clarence Centre for Enterprise and Innovation is LSBU’s hub of entrepreneurial activity and home to a variety of start-ups and local businesses.