University Calendar 2011/12
Section VI : Academic Regulations - Faculty of Humanities



PREFACE
CONTENTS
SEMESTERS
SECTION I
SECTION II
SECTION III
SECTION IV
SECTION V
SECTION VI
SECTION VII
SECTION VIII
SECTION IX
SECTION X
SECTION XI
SECTION XII
SECTION XIII
SECTION XIV
 
ARCHIVE 2004/5
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Academic Unit Faculty of Humanities
Final Award Master of Arts
Master of Music
Master of Science
Master of Research
Exit Awards
Postgraduate Diploma
Postgraduate Certificate
Programme(s) 18th Century Studies
20th and 21st Century Literature
Applied Linguistics for Language Teaching
Applied Linguistics (Research Methodology)
MSc Archaeological Computing: Virtual Pasts
MSc Archaeological Computing: Spatial Technology
Arts (General)
Ceramic and Lithic Analysis for Archaeologists
Creative Writing
English
MRes English
English Language Teaching (ELT)
English Literature Studies
Film and Cultural Management
Film Studies
History
MRes History
MRes Jewish History and Culture
MRes Linguistics (Syntax and Semantics)
MRes Linguistics (Language Acquisition)
Literature, Culture and Modernity
MSc Maritime Archaeology
MSc Maritime Archaeology (Conservation)
MRes Medieval Studies
MRes Modern Languages
Medieval and Renaissance Culture
MMus Music
MRes Music
Osteoarchaeology
Palaeolithic Archaeology and Human Origins
Philosophy
Rome and its Provinces
Social Archaeology
Transnational Studies
Last modified July 2011

Reference should be made to the University's General Regulations found in Section IV and Section V (Higher Degree Regulations) of the University Calendar.

Except where an opt-out has been granted by the University (see below) the following academic regulations apply in addition to the General Regulations.


1. Admissions
 
The Programmes follow the University Regulations for Admission to Degree Programmes specified in Section IV of the University Calendar.

The normal requirement for entry to degree programme shall be a good honours degree or equivalent qualification. Candidates with other qualifications may be admitted by the Faculty and detailed entry requirements are provided on the Faculty's website.


2. Structure of Programme(s)
 
The Programmes follow the University regulations specified in Section IV of the University Calendar.

The full-time degree programme shall extend over a period of twelve months from day one of semester 1 of the year of entry. Where degree programmes may be taken on a part-time basis, these will normally extend over a period of up to twenty-four months from day one of semester 1 of the year of entry.

The Faculty Masters programme structure is based on 180 credits (90 ECTS) consisting of taught modules and a dissertation or dissertation equivalent. The MA/MMus/MSc consists of 120 credits of taught modules plus a 60 credit dissertation (or equivalent). The MRes consists of 60 credits of taught modules plus a 120 credit dissertation (or equivalent).


3. Progression
 
The Programmes follow the University Progression Regulations specified in the University Calendar.


4. Assessment
 
The Programmes follow the University Regulations for Progression, Determination and Classification of Results specified in Section IV of the University Calendar.

In addition to the taught modules, candidates normally continue with supervised study until the end of September of the academic year of entry (full-time) or the end of September of the year following (part-time), during which time they will work on individual projects. A dissertation on the approved project must be submitted by 19 September of the year following registration (full-time) or 30 September of the second year following registration (part-time) except in special cases and with the permission of the Director of Postgraduate Studies.


5. Award of Qualification(s)
 
The Programmes follow the University Regulations for Progression, Determination and Classification of Results specified in Section IV of the University Calendar.


6. Placements/Study Abroad/Exchange/Fieldwork
 
Not applicable.


7. Other
 
These regulations may be revised during the student's period of registration in accordance with the procedures approved by Senate.

Studentsí attendance will be monitored.




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