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Taking advantage of one of the 4 year course options will add value to your CV and help you to stand out. However, a University degree course is not just about a professional education, it is first and foremost about studying was fascinates us most. For inspiration, check out our collection of related research stories. 2013 National Student Survey "96% of students said that overall they were satisfied with the quality of our Biology and Related Sciences courses" The Human Biology course offers you a comprehensive view of man as a biological species. You will study genetics, physiology, cell biology, evolution and development. Each year of study will feature one or several signature modules that are exclusive to the Human Biology course, along with modules that draw on relevant content from our full spectrum of degree courses. The modular structure of the course allows you to follow your specific interests in Human Biology. 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Beyond value: Jordan lifts the Most Valuable Player trophy in the NBA All Star Game in 1998 2) Game Sevens In The Finals In America, the NBA Finals, World Series and Stanley Cup Finals are all settled as best of seven series. And if the two finalists are so evenly matched that it all comes down to one game, then a Game Seven is quite simply must see viewing. Why? The drama baby, the drama! 3) Fenway Park/Wrigley ParkEven when the Boston Red Sox (Fenway) and the Chicago Cubs (Wrigley) are struggling, the fans still come. Why? Because both parks are pretty much unchanged since they opened decades upon decades ago. Fenway's best structure is its 300 ft ' Green Monster', which hitters have to clear if they want to hit a home run not a double on that side of the park, while Wrigley's outfield is adorned by green ivy that covers both the left and right field walls both testaments to baseball's beautiful bygone era. This might not sound much, but when you're up close and personal, it's a pretty beautiful thing. Unless you're a fan of one of their rivals. Then it's not. If the Yankees lose, America's convinced an angel gets its wings. Millions of fans all over the world watch it. Non fans also seem to enjoy it especially when the Super Bowl ads are having a good year and the Super Bowl half time show is good fun. And more often than not , the actual game is pretty spectacular, too. 5) The National AnthemYou might not like the tune, but singing the 'Star Spangled Banner' is a must before any organised sporting occasion (where there's a PA), no matter how small. The first day that baseball came back after the September 11th attacks on New York was particularly poignant. 6) 'His Airness' If you're too young to have witnessed Michael Jordan, check out YouTube. If you don't believe us then, check out his stats. Or go on a messageboard and say: "I don't believe Michael Jordan was the best ever". You'll be ridiculed offline. Jordan was also brilliant at self promotion (Nike has a lot to thank him for as their mutual endorsement relationship made both untold millions) and backing up his brilliance especially during his Chicago Bulls era. There will be no other player like him. 7) The Filling of Lord Stanley's Cup It's a tradition in ice hockey for a player to take the Stanley Cup for a day for himself. This means that ice hockey's most famous trophy has ended up in all kinds of places ranging from the beach to more salubrious haunts (look up 'Mark Messier' and 'Stanley Cup' for details), and it becomes a celebrity story unto itself. Not a bad reward if you consider just how much work the average player puts on the ice every single day during the season (there's a reason why they call it one of the fastest games in sports). 8) The Home Run Batter faces pitcher Pitcher deals. Batter swings and connects. Ball flies out of field and into seats. The home crowd goes crazy as the batter trots around the bases, a one time hero in a game where you fail a lot more times than you succeed. And when this home run happens at the end of a game in a play off series, then that hitter has just made himself a heck of a lot richer. 9) Drafts The great thing about drafting is that it makes sure that the best youngsters don't go to the top teams simply because they pay the most. It evens up the playing field somewhat, and that is no bad thing. 10) NASCAR fans They might be snottily referred to as 'rednecks' by people away from the sport, but the 'Amen' of 100,000 people after the pre race prayer for safety (which happens before every race), the unified roar when the announcer tells the drivers: "Gentlemen, start your engines", and the twirl of caps to celebrate the start of a race (plus the raining down of beer cans if a driver wins a race controversially) reminds us: NASCAR fans might just be the most united in all of sport. 11) March Madness For three weeks during March and extending into April, the NCAA Men's Basketball tournament sees 64 teams battle it out to see who's going to be College Hoops No.1 team. On the first two Thursdays and Fridays of the tournament, it's also a great excuse for all of America to stop what they are doing and watch daytime basketball, in an effort to ensure that their picks in the office/church/school pool are doing the right thing (and that's winning). And the rewards for winning the pool? Some cash and a year's worth of bragging rights, usually. 12) Mascots Mascots are used in a lot of sports the world around, but to the American fanbase (particularly at the collegiate level), mascots are a fantastic way of life. After all, where else other than a zoo do you see a real live tiger in a cage brought to the sideline (LSU) or an eagle flying around a stadium (Auburn)? And do you see a duck riding in on the back of a motorbike (Oregon) or a mascot is especially chosen because he's a) got ginger hair and b) can grow matching colour beard (Notre Dame Fighting Irish's leprechaun ) much, either? Special points go to Georgia's bulldog UGA, which bit an Auburn player once. 13) The One Team Everybody Hates For some reason, even people that don't even like baseball find an excuse to hate the Yankees. Maybe it's the money they spend on players, maybe it's their massive merchandising and TV fortunes, maybe it's the legacy of their hated owner, George Steinbrenner, or maybe it's the World Series wins, but one thing's for certain: If the Yankees lose, America's convinced an angel gets its wings. 15) The Indy 500 The Indy 500 is one of the most exciting races on the sporting calendar, and every year something happens that takes our breath away. 2012 was no exception especially when I was trying not to cry with the IndyCar community's salutes to two time winner Dan Wheldon, who was tragically killed in 2011. 16) White Outs Teams want their fans to wear the same colours at important games for one major reason: It helps to galvanise the team. There are two ancillary reasons: It gets the crowd hyped and it also looks really cool on TV. And when you're smack in it (as I was at Penn State in 2005) it really does the job. Just ask San Antonio when they played at Oklahoma City's sea of thundering blue in the 2012 NBA Play offs. 17) Cheerleaders and Marching Bands Staying on the notion of cheering, The notion of marching bands playing out the team 'fight' song and the cheerleaders trying the whip the crowd into a frenzy is a very American thing that's getting bigger on our side of the Atlantic. Cheerleading and band membership happens not only at every level of sport, and you can get a scholarship at university for it, and in the case of cheerleading you can even get paid to do it professionally (ask Dallas Cowboys cheerleader Brittany Evans). 18) Nicknames Americans love their nicknames for their sporting heroes, and they come in reams and reams and reams. Examples range from 'The Babe/ The Bambino' (Babe Ruth) to 'The Great One' (Wayne Gretzky) to Earvin 'Magic' Johnson to 'His Airness' (Michael Jordan) to 'Yogi' Berra. No silly name is sacred and nor is any player. In fact, NOT getting a nickname might seem a little insulting. 19) Both teams have two names Unlike in the UK, where generically teams are called 'United' or 'City' or 'Town', teams like Orlando opt for 'Magic', Dallas has its 'Cowboys', Miami has its 'Dolphins' (and 'Heat'), and even when a team moves, the last name travels with them (which is why LA has its Dodgers (they were originally from Brooklyn)). 20) The Hail Mary I tried to twin this with the half court shot in the NBA, but if I'm honest, nothing can compare to the quarterback's end of game, everything or nothing heave that seems to write itself in everyone's memory every time it succeeds (and people forget about every time it fails). 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