Any special criteria equivalent MA Public Policy N/A 3. Nested award Award Title Credit value ECTS

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Any special criteria equivalent MA Public Policy 180 210 90-105 N/A 3. Nested award Award Title Credit value ECTS"

Transcription

1 PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Public Policy 2. Final award Award Title Credit value ECTS Any special criteria equivalent MA Public Policy Nested award Award Title Credit value ECTS Any special criteria equivalent PGCert Public Policy x 20 credit core taught modules (7SSPP001 The Policy Process & 7SSPP002 Comparative Public Policy) PLUS 20 credits in optional taught modules PGDip Public Policy As per PGCert PLUS at least 80 credits in optional taught modules 4. Exit award Award Title Credit value ECTS Any special criteria equivalent PGDip Public Policy An unclassified PG diploma may be offered where a student has obtained 120 credits from any combination of modules. PGCert Public Policy An unclassified PG certificate may be offered where a student has obtained 60 credits from taught modules. 5. Level in the qualifications framework 7 6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance Minimum length of programme 1 year 2 years Maximum length of programme 3 years 6 years 7. Awarding institution/body King s College London 8. Teaching institution King s College London

2 9. Proposing department Department of Political Economy (originally Geography) 10. Programme organiser and contact Professor Ken Young details 11. UCAS code (if appropriate) 12. Relevant QAA subject benchmark/ No discipline specific benchmark as yet professional and statutory body guidelines 13. Date of production of specification September 2005; updated to credit framework August 2006, revised July 2008; revised April 2010; revised May Date of programme review 2017/ Educational aims of the programme The aims of the programme The central programme aim is to develop the student s understanding of the factors which shape the emergence and development of public policy, and deepen that understanding through the study of a selection of substantive policy areas. Specifically, the programme aims: to enable students to apply critically the key theories and concepts used in policy analysis to the policy making process to equip students with the skills necessary to engage with the key debates about the working of the policy process in democratic societies to broaden and deepen the student s appreciation of common policy problems and the ways they are addressed in different societies to convey an understanding of the technical and philosophical aspects of the evaluation of policies and programmes so that students can appreciate their uses and limits in public policy and in professional practice to provide a stimulating teaching and learning environment by allowing students to benefit from first hand exposure to staff research to provide an open and supportive learning environment by encouraging students to draw on their own experiences and relate them to the module to offer skilled supervision to enable students to attain a level of competence in the design and execution of a policy-analysis research project. 17. Educational objectives of the programme/programme outcomes The programme provides opportunities for students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding and skills in the following areas: On successful completion of this programme, students will be able to demonstrate understanding of the different conceptual and theoretical approaches to the study of public policy that have arisen in political science perspectives and knowledge base for a political orientation for policy analysis understanding of the key concepts and debates about making, implementing and evaluating public policy ability to compare and contrast the ways in which common policy problems and issues are approached in different political systems awareness of the ways in which knowledge is constructed and deployed in the policy process

3 a deepened conceptual grasp acquired through the study of a range of optional modules in defence and security studies, education, health, gerontology or human geography. the ability to present undertake policy-relevant research and present findings in a professional manner their acquisition of transferable competences and skills, equipping them for a career as a research professional in the public service or to proceed to the next stage of a higher degree by research. A. The programme provides a knowledge and understanding of the following: 1. different conceptual and theoretical approaches to the study of public policy 2. perspectives arising within a political orientation towards policy analysis 3. key concepts and debates about making, implementing and evaluating public policy 4. awareness of the ways in which knowledge is constructed and deployed in the policy process 5. a deepened contextual and conceptual understanding acquired through the study of a range of optional modules in defence and security studies, education, health, gerontology and human geography. 6. an appreciation of ethical issues in research on public policy Knowledge and understanding These are achieved through the following teaching/learning methods and strategies: Knowledge and understanding in these areas is acquired through a combination of: lectures designed to provide students with the theoretical basis for understanding key approaches in public policy analysis classes, small group discussions and syndicate work independent study focused on key essential and supplementary reading attendance at fortnightly seminars given by visiting speakers from civil service, political parties, local authorities etc., with the opportunity for students to question the speakers in both formal and informal settings an extended research project to be submitted for the dissertation option modules selected to provide depth of understanding of a range of areas of public policy, and the analyses developed within those specialist fields. Assessment: For A.1 A.4, by coursework essays designed to assess students knowledge and understanding of key processes and their ability to sustain a critical argument. For option modules a mix of assessment methods, including unseen examinations, extended essays both formative and summative and oral presentations supplement the core modules. The areas of study in which these are acquired are shown in the attached annex

4 B. Intellectual Skills: 1. the ability to compare and contrast the ways in which common policy problems arise and are approached in different political systems 2. the ability to analyse the relationship between policy and practice in a range of areas, including the influence of organisational and professional influences 3. the ability to perform a critical reading of published policy studies and evaluate their rigour, validity and relevance 4. the ability to provide a reasoned assessment of the feasibility of policy proposals 5. the ability to think critically and independently 6. the ability to plan, develop and undertake policy-relevant research 7. the ability to engage critically with the issues arising in a range of substantive policy areas. Skills and other attributes These are achieved through the following teaching/learning methods and strategies: Intellectual skills are developed through the teaching and learning strategies outlined above, which are designed to facilitate the students acquisition of relevant knowledge and understanding, together with the development of appropriate critical research skills; specifically by: independent critical reading and thinking in preparation for lectures, classes and assignments peer group discussion collaborative work in groups preparation of work for presentation to programme members preparation and development of dissertation proposals (MA candidates) tuition for dissertation project (MA candidates) Assessment: Intellectual skills B.1-B.5 are assessed by coursework presented on the core modules, as well as informal assessment and feedback on performance on individual group and syndicate presentation sessions. The ability to plan, develop and undertake policy-relevant research (B.6) is formally assessed by the dissertation and informally in the workshops on project preparation. Skills in respect of substantive policy areas are assessed by the spectrum of methods used in the option modules. The areas of study in which these are acquired are shown in the attached annex C. Practical Skills: 1. the ability to undertake policy-relevant research 2. the ability to present findings in a professional manner, both orally and in writing 3. the ability to identify and source secondary literature and primary research material These are acquired through the following teaching/learning methods and strategies: Practical skills are developed through the teaching and learning programme which in the core modules makes use of case studies as well as coursework and presentations. Skills C.1 and C.3 in particular are developed through workshop attendance in

5 4. the ability to use appropriate information technology preparation for the research-based dissertation. The dissertation is also key to the acquisition of a high standard of presentation skill (C.2). Assessment: Practical skills are formally assessed by coursework and informally by presentations, using IT appropriately as an adjunct to oral delivery, as well as in the submission of the research dissertation. The areas of study in which these are acquired are shown in the attached annex D. Generic/transferable Skills: 1. The ability to tackle problems in a rigorous and open-minded fashion, in a spirit of critical enquiry 2. Develop effective and sustainable learning skills 3. Work effectively as a member of a team 4. Manage time and input to best effect in fulfilling individual assignments 5. Make effective use of IT 6. Write clear and well-focused reports 7. Deliver findings to audiences with clarity and confidence These are achieved through the following teaching/learning methods and strategies: Generic and transferable skills are developed throughout the teaching and learning programme outlined above and specifically through individual and group assignments in the core modules and, where applicable, across the spectrum of option modules. Assessment: Generic and transferable skills, particularly skills D.2-D.7 are informally assessed primarily through coursework assignments and exercises, where students are required to work both jointly and individually. D.1 is assessed by performance on assessed coursework and, in the case of some option modules, by unseen written examinations. The areas of study in which these are acquired are shown in the attached annex 18. Statement of how the programme has been informed by the relevant subject benchmark statement(s)/professional and statutory body guidelines There is as yet no Masters level benchmark statement for Politics and International Studies, within which this programme largely falls. However, the Honours statement for that discipline (Section 3.2(1)(a) Knowledge and understanding of the subject) records that graduates in Politics will, inter alia be able to apply concepts, theories and methods used in the study of politics to the analysis of political ideas, institutions and practices and demonstrate knowledge and understanding of different political systems, and evaluate different interpretations of political issues and events. At 3.2(1)(b) (Generic intellectual skills) the QAA panel aver that graduates in Politics and International Relations will be able to gather, organize and deploy evidence, data and information from a variety of secondary and some primary sources; identify, investigate, analyse, formulate and advocate solutions to

6 problems; construct reasoned argument, synthesize relevant information and exercise critical judgement; reflect on their own learning and seek and make use of constructive feedback; and manage their own learning self-critically. While this is a level 7 programme proposal and, as such, a specialised, advanced programme, its design has nonetheless taken account of how these benchmarks might be built upon at a higher level of study. 19. Programme structure and award requirements (where relevant the information should also differentiate the particular requirements of pathways within a programme or nested/exit awards) (a) numbers of compulsory and optional units to be taken in each year of the programme with related credit values FULL TIME PROGRAMME: 2 x 20 credit core taught modules (7SSPP001 The Policy Process & 7SSPP002 Comparative Public Policy) at least 80 credits in optional taught modules, of which at least 40 credits must be selected from a list of central Public Policy optional modules. 1 x 60 credit core dissertation (7SSPP003 Dissertation in Public Policy) (MA only). (b) range of credit levels permitted within the programme 7 (c) maximum number of credits permitted at the lowest level 210 (d) minimum number of credits required at the highest level 180 for MA; 120 in taught modules for PGDip; 60 in taught modules for PgCert (e) progression and award requirements (if different from the standard) (f) maximum number of credits permitted with a condoned fail (core modules excluded) 30 (g) are students permitted to take a substitute module, as per regulation A3, 20.7?Yes (h) other relevant information to explain the programme structure (i) (ii) Option modules have been selected for their contribution to meeting the programme aims in terms of providing the student with an opportunity to explore an aspect of public affairs in depth. The option modules are also grouped to enable the student who chooses to do so to achieve a degree of specialisation in a particular policy area. Students are permitted to take no more than 5 options to a value not exceeding 90 credits PART TIME PROGRAMME: (a) numbers of introductory, core, compulsory and optional modules to be taken in each year of the programme with related credit values Year One:

7 7SSPP001 The Policy Process (20 credits) (core) 7SSPP002 Comparative Public Policy (20 credits) (core) Option to take 1 optional module Year Two: 7SSPP003 Dissertation in Public Policy (60 credits) (core) Remaining optional modules to a total permitted maximum of 210 credits for the course as a whole; at least 40 credits of optional modules must be taken from a list of central Public Policy optional modules. (b) range of credit levels permitted within the programme 7 (c) maximum number of credits permitted at the lowest level All level 7 (d) minimum number of credits required at the highest level 180 (e) progression and award requirements (if different from the standard) (f) maximum number of credits permitted with a condoned fail (core modules excluded) 30 credits (g) are students permitted to take a substitute module, as per regulation A3, 20.7? Yes (h) other relevant information to explain the programme structure Students are permitted to take no more than five options to a value not exceeding 90 credits

8 Programme structure (Note: the availability of optional modules may vary slightly from year to year; the following are the modules available at the commencement of the programme) Title Credit Credit Status (I, C, O) for each Progression Assessment level value type of programme Single honours Joint honours Major/ minor Single honours Joint honours Major/ minor The Policy Process 7 20 Cr No Essays Comparative Public Policy 7 20 Cr No Essays Dissertation 7 60 Cr No Dissertation/presentation AT LEAST TWO OF THE FOLLOWING CENTRAL OPTIONS Research Design for Public Policy 7 20 O No Take home paper Public Policy Internship 7 20 O No Report and Presentation Evaluating Public Policy 7 20 O No Essay Designing Public Policy 7 20 O No Case Study, Presentation and Strategy Paper European Public Policy 7 20 O No Essay Case Studies in Policy Decision 7 20 O No Essay, Presentations Quantitative Methods for Public Policy 7 20 O No Exam, Essay Liberty, Equality and Justice: Political 7 20 O No Essay Theory and Public Policy The Regulatory State 7 20 O No Essay A MAXIMUM OF 70 CREDITS (NORMALLY A MAXIMUM OF 40 CREDITS) MAY BE TAKEN FROM THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS Sustainable Urbanisation 7 20 O No Essay, Oral Presentation, Summary Environmental Actors and Politics 7 20 O No Essays and group presentation

9 Education and Training Policies and 7 15 O No Examination, Essay Programmes Education, Policy and the City 7 30 O No Essay The Social Context of Schooling 7 30 O No Essay The Third Sector and Public Policy 7 20 O No Essay Economic Governance in the EU 7 20 O No Essay US Foreign Policy 7 20 O No Essay The Global Politics of Bio-medical 7 20 O No Essay Innovation Brazilian Government and Politics 7 20 O No Essay State and Society in Developing Countries 7 20 O No Essay Designing Qualitative Research for Social 7 15 O No Essay and Exam Science and Health Risk Management 7 20 O No Essay and Exam Urban Policy in a Globalising World 7 20 O No Essay and Exam Contemporary British Defence Policy 7 20 O No Essay Defence Management and Policy 7 20 O No Essay and Exam Public Policy and the Governance of 7 20 O No Essay Complex Societies Population Ageing and Policy 7 15 O No Essay and Exam Ageing, Health and Policy 7 15 O No Essay and Exam Ageing in a Global Context 7 15 O No Essay and Exam Researching Vulnerable Populations 7 15 O No Essay and Exam Key Issues in Health Policy 7 15 O No Essay and Exam Foreign Policies of the EU 7 20 O No Essay History and Policy: Policy-Making Under Pressure 7 20 O No Essay

10 History and Policy: Long-term Policy 7 20 O No Essay Problems Values, Ethics and Public Health 7 30 O No Essay UK Government and the Constitution 7 40 O No Essay Risk Governance 7 20 O No Essay and Exam Governing China in the Age of Globalisation 7 20 O No Presentation and Exam Contemporary Chinese Politics 7 20 O No Presentation and Exam Science, Policy, Innovation and Society 7 30 O No Essay (7SSPP026) 7YYH0020 The British Constitution in Crisis, O No Coursework 7YYH0022 British Political History, O No Coursework 7YYH0023 British Political History since O No Coursework 7YYH0021 The Evolution of British Government since O No Coursework UK Government & the Constitution: 7 20 O No Coursework Principles & Practice UK Government & the Constitution: Reform 7 20 O No Coursework & Modernisation Emerging Powers in Global Leadership 7 20 O No Coursework Leadership and Society 7 20 O No Coursework Natural Resource Governance 7 20 O No Coursework The State and Development in Africa and 7 20 O No Coursework Asia Global Health Policy 7 20 O No Coursework

11 Public Policy and the Global Financial Crisis 7 20 O No Coursework 20. Marking criteria The College generic criteria for assessment of postgraduate work apply to the assessment of this Programme, with the addition that no mark in any element may fall below 40%. 21. Particular features of the programme which help to reduce the barriers experienced by disabled students and ensure that the programme is accessible to all students who meet the entry requirements All sessions are taught in Strand or Waterloo main buildings, which are accessible to students with disabilities. Teaching staff are located in a building which is also accessible to students with disabilities. There are a number of ways in which staff provide more general pastoral care to students with disabilities. All students have one member of the Department s academic staff as their Personal Tutor. Because of the small size of the Department (four permanent members of academic staff, all of whom teach on the Programme), students report communication with staff as excellent. Staff liaise with the School s disability advisor, on any issue affecting a disabled student. All students have access to Student Welfare Services.

12 PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 2 SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION Not all of the information in this section will be relevant for all programmes and for some programmes this section will not be relevant at all 1. Programme name Public Policy 2. If the programme is a joint award with an institution outwith the University of London has the necessary approval been sought from Academic Board? Yes No Not applicable X Please attach a copy of the request to Academic Board 3. In cases of joint honours programmes please provide a rationale for the particular subject combination, either educational or academic Which is the lead department and/or School? Department: Political Economy School: School of Social Science & Public Policy 4. If the programme involves time outside the College longer than a term, please indicate how the time will be spent, the length of time out and whether it is a compulsory or optional part of the programme n/a Year abroad Year in employment Placement Other (please specify) Time spent.. Compulsory/optional. 5. Please provide a rationale for any such time outside the College, other than that which is a requirement of a professional or statutory body n/a 6. Please give details if the programme requires validation or accreditation by a professional or statutory body n/a 7. In cases where parts or all of the programme (other than those in box 4 above) are delivered either away from one of the College campuses and/or by a body or bodies external to the College please provide the following details

13 Name and address of the off-campus location and/or external body Students have the opportunity to undertake an optional 15 credit internship in a policy-orientated work environment, which will initially be drawn from those set up for MA Public Policy students. The core teaching team from King s Public Policy Programme and KCL Business bring together students and organisations seeking interns, who then tailor a placement to meet their specific requirements. An internship forms part of students' degree assessment, and provides an opportunity for critical examination through practical experience of how policy issues are addressed within selected governmental, non-governmental and voluntary organisations. Placements will not involve time outside College longer than a term. The placements are an optional addition to the programme to support student learning. Teaching staff will make clear to students that students opting for a placement will need to manage study, home, and if applicable, work life together with this. No extension for work will be given routinely to students on placements unless sought through the usual mitigating or extenuating circumstances route with supporting appropriate evidence. Students will be visited at least once on their placement by a member of the academic team, and will be expected to maintain contact with their Personal Tutor throughout their placement. Percentage/amount of the programme delivered off-campus or by external body Nature of the involvement of external body Description of the learning resources available at the off-campus location What mechanisms will be put in place to ensure the ongoing monitoring of the delivery of the programme, to include monitoring of learning resources off-site or by the external body? Please attach the report of the visit to the off-campus location

1. Programme title and designation Public Policy. For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor

1. Programme title and designation Public Policy. For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Public Policy For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award Award Title

More information

1. Programme title and designation Public Policy and Ageing. For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor

1. Programme title and designation Public Policy and Ageing. For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Public Policy and Ageing For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award

More information

1. Programme title and designation Foundation Degree in International Studies. value equivalent

1. Programme title and designation Foundation Degree in International Studies. value equivalent PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Foundation Degree in International Studies 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria value

More information

value equivalent 60 30 N/A value 6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance X X N/A

value equivalent 60 30 N/A value 6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance X X N/A PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Research Methods for Social Science and Health For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor

More information

1. Programme title and designation Human Resource Management and Organisational Analysis. value equivalent. value

1. Programme title and designation Human Resource Management and Organisational Analysis. value equivalent. value PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Human Resource Management and Organisational Analysis 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special

More information

6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance Yes Yes N/A. Minimum length of programme 1 year 2 years N/A

6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance Yes Yes N/A. Minimum length of programme 1 year 2 years N/A PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Youth Ministry Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award Award Title Credit value ECTS Any special

More information

Programme approval 2006/07 PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. ECTS equivalent

Programme approval 2006/07 PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. ECTS equivalent PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Public Services Policy and Management 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria value

More information

1. Programme title and designation MSc/Master of Public Health. 2. Final award Award Title Credit. ECTS Any special criteria.

1. Programme title and designation MSc/Master of Public Health. 2. Final award Award Title Credit. ECTS Any special criteria. PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation MSc/Master of Public Health 2. Final award Award Title Credit value MPH Master of Public Health 3. Nested

More information

120 60 N/A. 1 year. 6 years

120 60 N/A. 1 year. 6 years PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation MSc in Computer Systems Engineering with Management For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint

More information

Programme approval 2006/07 PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. ECTS equivalent

Programme approval 2006/07 PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. ECTS equivalent PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Digital Asset Management For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award

More information

ECTS equivalent. Any special criteria PGDip International Marketing 120 60 Students undertake 120 credits from taught modules 4. Exit award.

ECTS equivalent. Any special criteria PGDip International Marketing 120 60 Students undertake 120 credits from taught modules 4. Exit award. PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation International Marketing 2. Final award Award Title Credit value ECTS equivalent MSc International Marketing

More information

120 60 Students must take and pass120 credits of taught modules 4. Exit awards. ECTS equivalent

120 60 Students must take and pass120 credits of taught modules 4. Exit awards. ECTS equivalent PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Digital Asset Management For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award

More information

PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION

PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation MSc Accounting, Accountability & Financial Management For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint

More information

Value equivalent. ECTS equivalent. Value 120 60 N/A

Value equivalent. ECTS equivalent. Value 120 60 N/A PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Computer Science Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria

More information

PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. Any special criteria Accounting, Accountability MSc. value Equivalent. Credit.

PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. Any special criteria Accounting, Accountability MSc. value Equivalent. Credit. PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation MSc Accounting, Accountability & Financial Management 2. Final award Award Title Credit value ECTS Equivalent

More information

Programme approval 2008/09 PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION

Programme approval 2008/09 PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Vascular Ultrasound 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria value equivalent MSc Vascular

More information

1. Programme title and designation Human Resource Management and Organisational Analysis N/A. value

1. Programme title and designation Human Resource Management and Organisational Analysis N/A. value PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Human Resource Management and Organisational Analysis 2. Final award Award Title Credit value ECTS equivalent

More information

6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance X N/A N/A

6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance X N/A N/A PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM: TAUGHT PROGRAMMES SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Double Masters in Asian & European Affairs For undergraduate programmes only Single honours

More information

1. Programme title and designation Further Education Management

1. Programme title and designation Further Education Management PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Further Education Management For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final

More information

PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION

PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme Title and Designation LEGAL STUDIES For Undergraduate Programmes Only: Single Honours Joint Minor 2. Final Award Award Title Credit

More information

value equivalent PGDip Health Psychology 120 60 Pass 120 credits excluding the dissertation module 4. Exit award

value equivalent PGDip Health Psychology 120 60 Pass 120 credits excluding the dissertation module 4. Exit award PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation MSc Health Psychology 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria value equivalent MSc Health

More information

value equivalent value

value equivalent value PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM: TAUGHT PROGRAMMES SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation MSc in Data Science For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor

More information

THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. 1. Programme title and designation MA Religion in Contemporary Society 180 90 N/A. Value equivalent.

THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. 1. Programme title and designation MA Religion in Contemporary Society 180 90 N/A. Value equivalent. THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation MA Religion in Contemporary Society 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria Value equivalent MA Religion in Contemporary

More information

1. Programme title and designation Advanced Software Engineering

1. Programme title and designation Advanced Software Engineering PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Advanced Software Engineering 2. Final award Award Title Credit Value MSc Advanced Software Engineering

More information

1. Programme title and designation BSc (Hons) Global Health and Social Medicine For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor

1. Programme title and designation BSc (Hons) Global Health and Social Medicine For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation BSc (Hons) Global Health and Social Medicine For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor

More information

1. Programme title and designation Advanced General Dental Practice. 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria

1. Programme title and designation Advanced General Dental Practice. 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Advanced General Dental Practice 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria value equivalent

More information

1. Programme title and designation Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching 180-195 90-98 N/A. value equivalent. value

1. Programme title and designation Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching 180-195 90-98 N/A. value equivalent. value PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria

More information

value equivalent value

value equivalent value PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation MRES Clinical Research TMRS1KTCNR TMRS2KTCNR 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria

More information

1. Programme title and designation Further Education Management

1. Programme title and designation Further Education Management PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Further Management For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award Award

More information

value equivalent 6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance Yes Yes N/A Minimum length of programme 1 year 2 years N/A

value equivalent 6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance Yes Yes N/A Minimum length of programme 1 year 2 years N/A PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Health Promotion 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria value equivalent MSc Health

More information

1. Programme title and designation Intelligence and International Security

1. Programme title and designation Intelligence and International Security PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Intelligence and International Security 2. Final award Award Title Credit value ECTS Any special criteria

More information

1. Programme title and designation Dental Public Health. 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria

1. Programme title and designation Dental Public Health. 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Dental Public Health 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria value equivalent MSc Dental

More information

THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. value equivalent

THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. value equivalent THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Medical 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria value equivalent MSc Medical 180 90 N/A 3. Nested award Award Title Credit

More information

1. Programme title and designation Biomedical Engineering. value equivalent. 420 with 60 credits at level 7 360 180 N/A

1. Programme title and designation Biomedical Engineering. value equivalent. 420 with 60 credits at level 7 360 180 N/A PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM: TAUGHT PROGRAMMES SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Biomedical For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final

More information

1. Programme title and designation French Language and Culture

1. Programme title and designation French Language and Culture PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation French Language and Culture For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final

More information

1. Programme title and designation Philosophy of Psychology

1. Programme title and designation Philosophy of Psychology PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Philosophy of Psychology For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award

More information

Value equivalent. ECTS equivalent. Value

Value equivalent. ECTS equivalent. Value PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation MSc in Web Intelligence For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award

More information

180 credits. 6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance Yes Yes No. Minimum length of programme 1 year 2 years N/A

180 credits. 6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance Yes Yes No. Minimum length of programme 1 year 2 years N/A PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Master of Science in Global Mental Health For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor

More information

value equivalent value 120 60 N/A

value equivalent value 120 60 N/A PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Computer Science with Robotics For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final

More information

value equivalent 6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance Yes Yes No Minimum length of programme 1 year 2 years n/a

value equivalent 6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance Yes Yes No Minimum length of programme 1 year 2 years n/a PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Political Economy of the Middle East 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria value equivalent

More information

Programme Specification and Curriculum Map for MA Global Governance and Public Policy

Programme Specification and Curriculum Map for MA Global Governance and Public Policy Programme Specification and Curriculum Map for MA Global Governance and Public Policy 1. Programme title MA / PGDip / PG Cert Global Governance and Public Policy: International Development 2. Awarding

More information

1. Programme title and designation Doctor in Education. For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor

1. Programme title and designation Doctor in Education. For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Doctor in Education For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award Award

More information

1. Programme title and designation Biochemistry. For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor

1. Programme title and designation Biochemistry. For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Biochemistry For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award Award Title

More information

Value equivalent. 6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance X X No. Minimum length of programme 3 years 6 years N/A

Value equivalent. 6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance X X No. Minimum length of programme 3 years 6 years N/A PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Theology Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria Value

More information

60 (excluding the credits bringing into the programme)

60 (excluding the credits bringing into the programme) THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation BSc Neonatal Nursing UBSH5KCNN 2. Final award Award Title Credit value ECTS BSc (Hons) Neonatal Nursing 120 (Students enter as Advanced students

More information

1. Programme title and designation Medical Engineering and Physics. value equivalent. value

1. Programme title and designation Medical Engineering and Physics. value equivalent. value THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Medical Engineering and Physics 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria value equivalent MSc Medical Engineering 180 90

More information

1. Programme title and designation Philosophy of Psychology

1. Programme title and designation Philosophy of Psychology PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation of Psychology For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award Award Title

More information

value equivalent 360 180 Students enter with 240 credits transfer from FdA 3. Nested award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria value

value equivalent 360 180 Students enter with 240 credits transfer from FdA 3. Nested award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria value PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Education Studies 2. Final award Award Title Credit value BA Education Studies For undergraduate programmes

More information

ECTS equivalent 120 60 N/A

ECTS equivalent 120 60 N/A PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Bible and Theology 2. Final award Award Title Credit ECTS Any special criteria Value equivalent MA Bible

More information

1. Programme title and designation Biomedical Engineering. For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor

1. Programme title and designation Biomedical Engineering. For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Biomedical Engineering For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award

More information

MA in Health and Social Care

MA in Health and Social Care Programme Specification and Curriculum Map for MA in Health and Social Care 1. Programme title Health and Social Care 2. Awarding institution Middlesex University 3. Teaching institution Middlesex University

More information

1. Programme title and designation ibsc Health care management For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor.

1. Programme title and designation ibsc Health care management For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor. PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation ibsc Health care management For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final

More information

Programme Specification 2015/16

Programme Specification 2015/16 Programme Specification 20/16 1. Awarding Body University of Surrey 2. Teaching Institution (if different) N/A 3. Final Award MSc 4. Programme title/route/pathway MSc in Health Economics 5. Subsidiary

More information

value equivalent value

value equivalent value PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation MSc Nursing (TMSC1KTNUR) For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor 2. Final award

More information

Programme Specification (Postgraduate) Date amendedmarch 2014

Programme Specification (Postgraduate) Date amendedmarch 2014 Programme Specification (Postgraduate) Date amendedmarch 2014 1. Programme Title(s): M.Sc./Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate in Accounting and Finance 2. Awarding body or institution: University

More information

Programme Specification and Curriculum Map: M.Sc. Forensic Psychology

Programme Specification and Curriculum Map: M.Sc. Forensic Psychology Programme Specification and Curriculum Map: M.Sc. Forensic Psychology 1. Programme title Forensic Psychology 2. Awarding institution Middlesex University 3. Teaching institution Middlesex University 4.

More information

Arts, Humanities and Social Science Faculty

Arts, Humanities and Social Science Faculty MA in Public Policy (full-time) For students entering in 2014/5 Awarding Institution: Teaching Institution: Relevant QAA subject Benchmarking group(s): Faculty: Programme length: Date of specification:

More information

Programme Specification and Curriculum Map for PG Cert/PG Dip/MA in Human Resource Management

Programme Specification and Curriculum Map for PG Cert/PG Dip/MA in Human Resource Management Programme Specification and Curriculum Map for PG Cert/PG Dip/MA in Human Resource Management 1. Programme title MA Human Resource Management 2. Awarding institution Middlesex University 3. Teaching institution

More information

6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance No Yes N/A

6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance No Yes N/A PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Graduate Diploma in CBT Informed & Carer Supportive Practice in Psychosis For undergraduate programmes only

More information

PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION MA/MSc Psychology of Education and the MA Education (Psychology)

PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION MA/MSc Psychology of Education and the MA Education (Psychology) PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION MA/MSc Psychology of Education and the MA Education (Psychology) Awarding Institution: Institute of Education, University of London Teaching Institution: Institute of Education,

More information

Programme Specification 2015/16

Programme Specification 2015/16 Programme Specification 2015/16 1. Awarding body University of Surrey 2. Teaching institution (if different) N/A 3. Final award MSc 4. Programme title/route/pathway Criminology, Criminal Justice and Social

More information

Finance & Accounting

Finance & Accounting Programme Specification (Master s Level) MSc Finance & Accounting This document provides a definitive record of the main features of the programme and the learning outcomes that a typical student may reasonably

More information

Programme Specification

Programme Specification Programme Specification Where appropriate outcome statements have be referenced to the appropriate Benchmarking Statement (BS) 1 Awarding Institution Queen Margaret University 2 Teaching Institution Queen

More information

6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance Yes Yes N/A

6. Attendance Full-time Part-time Distance learning Mode of attendance Yes Yes N/A PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation PGDip & PGCert in Family Interventions in For undergraduate programmes only Single honours Joint Major/minor

More information

1. Programme title and designation Doctorate in Theology and Ministry. 2. Final award Award Title Credit value ECTS Any special criteria

1. Programme title and designation Doctorate in Theology and Ministry. 2. Final award Award Title Credit value ECTS Any special criteria PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Doctorate in Theology and Ministry 2. Final award Award Title Credit value ECTS Any special criteria equivalent

More information

UNIVERSITY OF KENT. Master of Arts in Political Sociology

UNIVERSITY OF KENT. Master of Arts in Political Sociology UNIVERSITY OF KENT Master of Arts in Political Sociology 1. Awarding Institution/Body University of Kent 2. Teaching Institution University of Kent at Canterbury 3. Teaching Site Canterbury 4. Programme

More information

Programme Specification (Postgraduate) Date amended: March 2014

Programme Specification (Postgraduate) Date amended: March 2014 Programme Specification (Postgraduate) Date amended: March 2014 1. Programme Title(s): M.Sc./Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate in Finance 2. Awarding body or institution: University of Leicester

More information

Masters in Early Childhood studies. Early Childhood Studies. Full Time and Part Time. Queens University, Belfast Stranmillis University College

Masters in Early Childhood studies. Early Childhood Studies. Full Time and Part Time. Queens University, Belfast Stranmillis University College Date of Revision Date of Previous Revision Programme Specification A programme specification is required for any programme on which a student may be registered. All programmes of the University are subject

More information

ECTS. equivalent. 60 (excluding the credits bringing into the programme) N/A

ECTS. equivalent. 60 (excluding the credits bringing into the programme) N/A THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation BSc Haemato-oncology Care UBSH5KCHO 2. Final award Award Title Credit value BSc (Hons) Haematooncology Care 120 (Students enter as Advanced

More information

PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION Final. PGCert Criminology and Criminal Justice. Name of institution Host department Course status 1. SELECT 2. 3.

PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION Final. PGCert Criminology and Criminal Justice. Name of institution Host department Course status 1. SELECT 2. 3. s PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION Final PART 1: COURSE SUMMARY INFORMATION Course summary Final award Intermediate award Course status Awarding body Faculty Location of study/ campus Partner institution(s) MA

More information

Programme Specification: MA Education: Leadership, Management and Change

Programme Specification: MA Education: Leadership, Management and Change Programme Specification and Curriculum Map Programme Specification: MA Education: Leadership, Management and Change 1. Awarding institution Middlesex University 2. Teaching institution Middlesex University

More information

Programme Specification

Programme Specification Programme Specification (please see the notes at the end of this document for a summary of uses of programme specifications) Fields marked with * must be completed for the initial submission for Stage

More information

MSc Research (Human Geography):

MSc Research (Human Geography): Masters in Research (Human Geography) For students entering in 2006 Awarding Institution: Teaching Institution: Faculty of Science Date of specification: 08/2006 Programme Coordinator: Board of Studies:

More information

N/A. 14. Other internal and / or external

N/A. 14. Other internal and / or external Programme Specification 2015/16 1. Awarding Body University of Surrey 2. Teaching Institution (if different) 3. Final Award MSc 4. Programme title/route/pathway Accounting and Finance 5. Subsidiary award(s)

More information

Programme Specification

Programme Specification Programme Specification Title: Globalising Justice Final Award: Master of Arts (MA) With Exit Awards at: Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert) Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip) Master of Arts (MA) To be delivered

More information

Programme Specification (2015-16)

Programme Specification (2015-16) Date of Revision Date of Previous Revision Programme Specification (2015-16) A programme specification is required for any programme on which a student may be registered. All programmes of the University

More information

Programme Specification

Programme Specification Programme Specification Where appropriate outcome statements have be referenced to the appropriate Benchmarking Statement (BS) 1 Awarding Institution Queen Margaret University 2 Teaching Institution Queen

More information

Henley MBA by Flexible Learning For students entering in 2012/3. Relevant QAA subject Benchmarking group(s): Programme length:

Henley MBA by Flexible Learning For students entering in 2012/3. Relevant QAA subject Benchmarking group(s): Programme length: Henley MBA by Flexible Learning For students entering in 2012/3 Awarding Institution: Teaching Institution: Relevant QAA subject Benchmarking group(s): Faculty: Programme length: Date of specification:

More information

Arts, Humanities and Social Science Faculty

Arts, Humanities and Social Science Faculty LLB in Legal Studies For students entering Part 1 in 2011/2 Awarding Institution: Teaching Institution: Relevant QAA subject Benchmarking group(s): Faculty: Programme length: Date of specification: Programme

More information

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Master of Business Administration (MBA) BUSINESS SCHOOL Master of Business Administration (MBA) FRAMEWORK SPECIFICATION Version 6.3 June 2015 2015 Bournemouth University Document date: June 2015 Circulation: General Bournemouth University undertakes

More information

MA EDUCATION MA Education: Childhood and Youth Studies MA Education: Higher Education MA Education: Leadership and Management MA Education: TESOL

MA EDUCATION MA Education: Childhood and Youth Studies MA Education: Higher Education MA Education: Leadership and Management MA Education: TESOL Programme Specification MA EDUCATION MA Education: Childhood and Youth Studies MA Education: Higher Education MA Education: Leadership and Management MA Education: TESOL PGCert Artist Teacher PGCert Challenging

More information

Awarding Institution: Institute of Education, University of London. Teaching Institutions: Institute of Education, University of London

Awarding Institution: Institute of Education, University of London. Teaching Institutions: Institute of Education, University of London PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION MSc Psychology of Education Awarding Institution: Institute of Education, University of London Teaching Institutions: Institute of Education, University of London Details of accreditation

More information

UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER: COLERAINE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. COURSE TITLE: B.Sc. (HONS) SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY/ B.Sc. (HONS) SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY with DPP

UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER: COLERAINE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. COURSE TITLE: B.Sc. (HONS) SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY/ B.Sc. (HONS) SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY with DPP 25 UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER: COLERAINE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION COURSE TITLE: B.Sc. (HONS) SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY/ B.Sc. (HONS) SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY with DPP PLEASE NOTE: This specification provides a concise summary

More information

MSc Security Management (Campus based)

MSc Security Management (Campus based) MSc Security Management (Campus based) Programme Specification Primary Purpose: Course management, monitoring and quality assurance. Secondary Purpose: Detailed information for students, staff and employers.

More information

Management. Imperial College Business School. Total Credits ECTS: 90 CATS: 180. 2 nd cycle. Veronica Russell Teaching & Quality Manager

Management. Imperial College Business School. Total Credits ECTS: 90 CATS: 180. 2 nd cycle. Veronica Russell Teaching & Quality Manager MSc Management This document provides a definitive record of the main features of the programme and the learning outcomes that a typical student may reasonably be expected to achieve and demonstrate if

More information

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION Programme Title: Awarding Body: Final Awards: Teaching Institution: MA International Relations MA International Policy and Diplomacy Staffordshire University MA, PG

More information

Programme Specification. MRes Developmental Psychology. Valid from: September 2012 Faculty of Health & Life Sciences

Programme Specification. MRes Developmental Psychology. Valid from: September 2012 Faculty of Health & Life Sciences Programme Specification MRes Developmental Psychology Valid from: September 2012 Faculty of Health & Life Sciences SECTION 1: GENERAL INFORMATION Awarding body: Teaching institution and location: Final

More information

MA in European Public Policy

MA in European Public Policy MA in European Public Policy Overview Brussels is the centre of European decision-making. It is estimated that some 60% of national legislation of EU Member States originates, in some form, in Brussels.

More information

UNIVERSITY OF YORK. POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME REGULATIONS (for PGT programmes that will run under the new modular scheme)

UNIVERSITY OF YORK. POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME REGULATIONS (for PGT programmes that will run under the new modular scheme) UNIVERSITY OF YORK POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME REGULATIONS (for PGT programmes that will run under the new modular scheme) This document applies to students who commence the programme(s) in: Awarding institution

More information

N/A. Prior Qualifications. Aptitude Test. International Applicants (Non-INTO Queen s applicants) An overall average of 60%. All modules passed.

N/A. Prior Qualifications. Aptitude Test. International Applicants (Non-INTO Queen s applicants) An overall average of 60%. All modules passed. Date of Revision Date of Previous Revision Programme Specification (2015-16) A programme specification is required for any programme on which a student may be registered. All programmes of the University

More information

PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM: TAUGHT PROGRAMMES SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. value equivalent

PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM: TAUGHT PROGRAMMES SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. value equivalent PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM: TAUGHT PROGRAMMES SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation BA Spanish and Management with a year abroad 2. Final award Award Title Credit value

More information

COURSE OR HONOURS SUBJECT TITLE: BSc Hons Information Technologies with/without DPP/DPP(I)/DIAS with CertHE and AB exit awards (FT)

COURSE OR HONOURS SUBJECT TITLE: BSc Hons Information Technologies with/without DPP/DPP(I)/DIAS with CertHE and AB exit awards (FT) UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION COURSE OR HONOURS SUBJECT TITLE: BSc Hons Information Technologies with/without DPP/DPP(I)/DIAS with CertHE and AB exit awards (FT) BSc Hons Information Technologies

More information

Henley Business School at Univ of Reading. Chartered Institute of Management Accounting (CIMA) Certificate Level (C01 to C05)

Henley Business School at Univ of Reading. Chartered Institute of Management Accounting (CIMA) Certificate Level (C01 to C05) MSc Accounting and International Management (full-time) For students entering in 2015/6 Awarding Institution: Teaching Institution: Relevant QAA subject Benchmarking group(s): Faculty: Programme length:

More information

Programme Specification (Postgraduate) Date created: 15/09/15

Programme Specification (Postgraduate) Date created: 15/09/15 Programme Specification (Postgraduate) Date created: 15/09/15 1. Programme Title(s): MA in Global Media and Communication PG Diploma/PG certificate in Global Media and Communication * *Exit awards only

More information

Programme Duration Full-Time: 3 Years, Part-Time: 5 Years, Sandwich Thick: 4 Years. All LJMU programmes are delivered and assessed in English

Programme Duration Full-Time: 3 Years, Part-Time: 5 Years, Sandwich Thick: 4 Years. All LJMU programmes are delivered and assessed in English PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Events Management Awarding institution Teaching institution UCAS Code JACS Code Liverpool John Moores University LIVERPOOL JOHN MOORES UNIVERSITY

More information

Arts, Humanities and Social Science Faculty

Arts, Humanities and Social Science Faculty LLM in Human Rights (full-time) For students entering in 2013/4 Awarding Institution: Teaching Institution: Relevant QAA subject Benchmarking group(s): Faculty: Programme length: Date of specification:

More information

Teaching institution: Institute of Education, University of London

Teaching institution: Institute of Education, University of London PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION MA Geography in Education Awarding body: Institute of Education, University of London Teaching institution: Institute of Education, University of London Name of the final award:

More information

Henley Business School at Univ of Reading. Post-Experience Postgraduate Programmes

Henley Business School at Univ of Reading. Post-Experience Postgraduate Programmes MBA (full-time) For students entering in 2014/5 Awarding Institution: Teaching Institution: Relevant QAA subject Benchmarking group(s): Faculty: Programme length: Date of specification: Programme Director:

More information

Mode of Study The MPH course will be delivered full-time and part-time on campus at the Kedleston Road site

Mode of Study The MPH course will be delivered full-time and part-time on campus at the Kedleston Road site PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION DOCUMENT SECTION ONE: GENERAL INFORMATION Programme Title/ Subject Title: Master of Public Health Award title and Interim awards: Postgraduate Certificate in Public Health Postgraduate

More information

MA in International Development

MA in International Development MA in International Development Overview International development is an exciting field of study at the forefront of international affairs exploring questions of poverty, inequality, social orders and

More information