If a specific course is not listed, this may be because it is a new programme. The Career options pages use data collected from graduates about what they're doing after studying, so information is not yet available for newer courses.
Applied Anatomy (BSc)
There is some information on possible destinations on the BSc Applied Anatomy course page. Depending on your specialism, the Cellular and Molecular Medicine graduate destinations may be relevant to you.
Biomedical Sciences (BSc)
Take a look at the Prospects guide, What can I do with my degree - Biomedical sciences
Take a look at the Prospects guide, What can I do with my degree - Criminology
Take a look at the Prospects guide, What can I do with my degree - Education
There is some information on possible career prospects on the Innovation undergraduate study page. For joint honours courses, e.g. Geography with Innovation (MSci), you can look for the graduate destinations page for the other subject, i.e. Geography.
Liberal Arts degrees
There is some information on possible career prospects on the Liberal Arts undergraduate study page. You can also look at the graduate destinations listed on the career options page for individual subjects, e.g. English, History.
Theoretical Physics (MSci)
Take a look at the Physics graduate destinations page.
Explore your career options
You can explore specific sectors and career options on the Prospects website: What can I do with my degree?
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