Engage with ethics
Study with confidence that ethics are fully integrated into your teaching.
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No matter what subject you study, engaging with ethical issues will be a central component of your learning.
Through our Ethics Theme Teams, our specialist staff work with staff and students to embed ethics into the teaching of a variety of undergraduate degrees including business, computing, engineering, environmental science, dentistry, and nanotechnology.
You may also have the opportunity to take some undergraduate modules from the Ethics, Religion and Law Discovery Theme or if you are studying a medicine or dentistry degree, you can apply for an intercalation year.
If you are looking for an ethics undergraduate degree, take a look at the University's coursefinder.
Lifelong Learning Centre
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The Lifelong Learning Centre provides support for mature and part-time learners across the University, including advice on how to apply to university and support throughout your studies.
As an undergraduate student at Leeds, you’ll have the opportunity to study discovery modules. These allow you to broaden your learning by taking modules in other subject areas.
We offer several discovery modules as part of the Ethics, Religion and Law Discovery Theme, giving you the chance to explore ethical issues as part of your degree.
You can study Biomedical and Healthcare Ethics, as an intercalation year.
This is a great opportunity to explore ethics as part of your undergraduate studies, while also gaining an additional qualification that will enhance your future careers prospects.