Undergraduate Courses

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The School of Science, Engineering and Environment is a hub of discovery and innovation. From architecture to zoology, our industry-focused courses are designed to shape the next generation of  engineers, scientists, urbanists, and sustainability leaders. 

Salford is the starting point for so many exciting career paths. Explore our science specialisms and improve lives. Join the digital revolution and fight cyber crime. Begin your architecture journey or construct the built environment. You could even create a better sounding world with acoustics. 

Most of our degree course include the option to add an industrial placement. Most offer foundation year entry. Some even offer an integrated Masters pathway.  But all of our undergraduate degree courses are driven by industry, designed to give you the knowledge and skills to become unstoppable. 

Undergraduate courses in the Built and Natural Environments
Undergraduate courses in Computing and Engineering

Civil Engineering

Mathematics

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Standard courses

BSc (Hons) Mathematics

Foundation year entry pathways

BSc (Hons) Mathematics with Foundation Year

Mechanical Engineering

Undergraduate courses in Mathematics and Science