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Courses by department

The University of Oxford has four academic divisions, within which are individual departments, faculties or other centres, and a Department for Continuing Education, which offers courses across a range of subjects.

Humanities

The division comprises the following departments, faculties and centres:

Classics

English Language and Literature

Film Aesthetics

History

History of Art

Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics

Medieval and Modern Languages

Music

Oriental Studies

Philosophy

Ruskin School of Art

Theology and Religion

Women's Studies

Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences

The division comprises the following departments, faculties and centres:

Doctoral Training Programmes

Chemistry

Computer Science

Earth Sciences

Engineering Science

Materials

Mathematics

Physics

Plant Sciences

Statistics

Zoology

Medical Sciences

The division comprises the following departments, faculties and centres:

Doctoral Training Centre

Biochemistry

Clinical Medicine

Clinical Neurosciences

Experimental Psychology

Neuroscience

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Oncology

Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences

Paediatrics

Pathology

Pharmacology

Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

Population Health

Primary Care Health Sciences

Psychiatry

Radcliffe Department of Medicine

Surgical Sciences

Social Sciences

The division comprises the following departments, faculties and centres:

Anthropology and Museum Ethnography

Archaeology

Area Studies

Blavatnik School of Government

Criminology

Economics

Education

Geography and the Environment

International Development

Law

Oxford Internet Institute

Politics and International Relations

Saïd Business School

Social Policy and Intervention

Socio-Legal Studies

Sociology

Department for Continuing Education

The department offers courses in the following subject areas:

Humanities

Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences

Medical and Health Sciences

Social Sciences