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1 BA (International Honours) - St Andrews/William & Mary Joint Degree Programme: Arrangements and Regulations The purpose of this document is to detail the arrangements and regulations unique to the BA (International Honours) Programme, which is offered by the University of St Andrews and the College of William & Mary and is one of only a few of its kind in the world. Students complete two years at each institution and earn a single diploma - Bachelor of Arts (International Honours) - with the insignia of both institutions. In principle, students are required to abide by local rules, i.e. they are subject to the general regulations of the institution at which they are studying in a given academic year. Thus, students in this programme have access to the same services at the University of St Andrews and are governed by the same policies contained in the Course Catalogue as all other students at St Andrews (http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/coursecatalogue/ ). For further information, please also see: Mission The BA (International Honours) Programme combines the best aspects of two academic traditions, while offering students a greater range of academic choices and the opportunity to acquire direct knowledge of two distinct intellectual and national cultures. Existing degree programmes in each institution are designed according to contrasting principles: William & Mary offers a broad Liberal Arts education with a majority of study hours devoted to subjects outside the Major; St Andrews offers less breadth in a degree characterised by a progression towards increasing depth in a single discipline. The aim of the curricula in each of the disciplines will be to offer more breadth than a traditional St Andrews degree as well as more specialisation than is usual at William & Mary. Programmes For each of the participating disciplines, significant complementarities have been identified between the College of William & Mary and the University of St Andrews. By effectively pooling academic staff and modules in the subject specialisms, the two institutions can offer students a broad range of new academic options unavailable at either institution alone or on traditional study abroad programmes. Individual programme requirements are explained below. Reference should be made to the appropriate subject entries in the Course Catalogue for detailed module information. Admission to the BA (International Honours) Programme Students apply to the BA (International Honours) Programme through either St Andrews or William & Mary; they may not apply to this programme through both institutions. Students may

2 apply to St Andrews for this programme alone or for other St Andrews degree programmes simultaneously. Applications are due by 1 May and decisions are made on a rolling basis. Students can apply to the programme using our BA (International Honours) application form or via the Common Application. Applicants cannot apply through UCAS. Because students must spend two full years at each institution and because of the progression criteria specified below, transfer credits from other universities will not be accepted, nor will advanced standing credits be awarded. There can be no admission to the Programme as a non-graduating student. The institution to which the student is admitted is the home institution and the one at which the student will spend year one; the other institution is the host institution and the one at which the student will spend year two. Students interests and programmes of study will determine at which institution they spend years three and four, but they must spend one of those years at each institution. Transfer from St Andrews into the BA (International Honours) Programme: First-year students in the Faculties of Arts and Divinity at St Andrews may apply to the relevant Pro Dean to transfer into the BA (International Honours) Programme no later than 30 April in their second semester. Students applying for a transfer will have to demonstrate that they are on track to complete 120 credits at St Andrews (not counting any transferred or advanced standing credits) before they begin their second year at William & Mary; they have to meet the entry requirements for the Programme and must consult with the Pro Dean to establish that they will have completed or will be able to complete the required modules. Additional fees may apply for the first year; however, from the second year onwards the BA (International Honours) fees will apply to all transferred students regardless of fee status. These students will have St Andrews as their home institution. St Andrews students who apply to the BA (International Honours) Programme after their first year, will be admitted only under extraordinary circumstances and with the consent of both institutions; such students will still have to complete two years each at William & Mary and St Andrews, and so will very likely require five years to complete the programme requirements. Transfer from the BA (International Honours) Programme into St Andrews or William & Mary: Students admitted into the BA (International Honours) Programme through St Andrews (i.e. whose home institution is St Andrews) may not normally transfer to a regular degree programme at the University, though exceptional cases may be considered, provided they meet the normal requirements for entry and/or progression. Fees for fully completed years will not be refunded; in any other refund considerations the standard fee refund policies apply. Students admitted through St Andrews who wish to become regular students at William & Mary must request permission to transfer from St Andrews in the first instance and then apply to transfer there via the normal admissions process; acceptance is not guaranteed. Scholarships: A limited number of means-tested scholarships will be available for students who are domiciled in Scotland. Tuition and Other Expenses: The tuition fee for all students in the BA (International Honours) Programme regardless of domicile is $34,200 per year for the academic year, though tuition fees are reviewed annually and all changes will be notified to students. St Andrews home

3 students will be charged the amount converted to Sterling on 1 June preceding the start of each academic year. Payment arrangements may be made with Finance (see ). The tuition fee does not cover the following: Accommodation fees and associated costs; General Council and Graduation or Completion fee (payable by St Andrews home students only); Special instructional fees (musical instruments, evening language courses etc.); Books, copying and printing fees; Fines, reassessment of failed modules and other penalty fees; Personal expenses; Use of the Sports Centre. Academic Regulations Academic Advising: First-year students whose home institution is St Andrews and second-year host students on arrival at St Andrews will be assigned to the Pro Dean of Arts & Divinity (Curriculum and William & Mary) as their Adviser of Studies. All students on the programme in whatever year who are due to start a year at St Andrews in the coming September (whether St Andrews is the home or host institution) will be asked to complete online Pre-Advising, provisionally choosing modules which will be confirmed when they meet with their Adviser in Orientation (Freshers ) Week. Honours students will be assigned an Adviser of Studies in their specialist subject area. Registration will not be fully complete until the matriculation process, as well as the Advising meeting, has taken place. Students are invited to communicate via with their Adviser regarding any matters related to the St Andrews curriculum whilst they are at William & Mary. Academic Records, Confidentiality and Privacy: All students complete an electronic declaration during matriculation that allows William & Mary and St Andrews to share student record information, including student ID photographs. The security of all information held at St Andrews is covered by Data Protection legislation, a guide to which can be found at: Enrolment Status: All BA (International Honours) students must maintain full-time status, i.e. they must be registered for a minimum of 80 credits in any Academic Session at St Andrews. Leave of Absence: Students needing to take a Leave of Absence on medical and/or personal grounds must obtain permission from the institution they are attending at the time. Relevant information will be shared with the Home institution for the completeness of records. In the first instance it is the Home institution that will have to approve a student s request to return after a Leave of Absence. The Home institution s regulations will apply in this regard. If the student is not returning to the Home institution, the Host institution will also have to be consulted. Due to the specific requirements of progression between the institutions, it will normally only be possible to take a Leave of Absence for a whole year.

4 System of Grading and Degree Classification: The institutions have established a detailed protocol for converting grades between the two systems. Although it is not possible to establish direct equivalents between William & Mary courses and St Andrews modules, all courses studied at William & Mary will be allocated a St Andrews module code which reflects the level of study and the subject area, where these can be mapped onto existing subject areas at St Andrews. Other courses may appear on academic transcripts as Breadth, to signify that they contribute towards this requirement. St Andrews TO William & Mary (with effect from ) St Andrews Numeric Grade William & Mary Letter Quality Points (W&M) Grade 15.5 to 20 A to 15.4 A to 14.4 B to 13.8 B to 13.0 B to 12.2 C to 10.9 C to 10.4 C to 8.9 D to 7.9 D to 7.4 D to 6.9 F 0 William & Mary TO St Andrews (with effect from ) William & Mary Letter Grade A1 A2 A3 A4 A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- F Quality Points (W&M) St Andrews Numeric Grade Notes Special arrangements are in place to convert W&M grade A to StA grades according to academic merit.

5 The Honours Classification Algorithm uses, as the primary determinant of degree classification, the credit-weighted mean and median of all grades awarded in the Honours years. Only one decimal point is used in calculations of means and medians. Means, Medians and Outcomes for Honours Classification Mean Median Classification Outcome 16.5 or more any value I or more I 16.4 or less II any value II or more II or less II any value II or more II or less * 9.9 or less any * * Not of the required standard to graduate with BA (International Honours). However students may qualify for a degree as an exit award from St Andrews, provided that the relevant requirements have been met. Calculation Protocols At least 180 credits are required at Honours level. For students who have taken more Honours credits, the calculation of mean and median must include all these modules. Thus a student cannot take an extra module with a view to disposing of another with a poorer grade. Only grades from 3000-level and 4000-level modules are entered into the algorithm. In other words, grades achieved for dip down modules taken during the Honours programme do not enter the algorithmic calculation for the Honours degree classification. If students take modules coded as 3000-or 4000-level prior to the normal start of their Honours years (only possible at William & Mary), then these results do not count as part of the Honours classification calculation. In the case of a 3000-level or 4000-level module which is failed with a grade of 3.9 or less, hence with no right to reassessment, or which is not subsequently passed at reassessment, the original grade is reported and entered into the algorithmic calculation even though no credits are obtained for the module.

6 In the case of a 3000-level or 4000-level module failed with a grade between 4.0 and 6.9, there is a right to reassessment. If the reassessment is passed, the grade reported and entered into the algorithmic calculation is a capped grade of 7.0 (not the original failed grade, although this is also reported on the transcript). If a 3000-level or 4000-level module (as part of an Honours programme) is failed both at the first sitting and at re-assessment (if permitted), but is subsequently re-taken and passed, then (i) the original failed grade is entered into the algorithm for the session in which the module was first taken, and (ii) the grade earned for the later session in which the module was re-taken and passed is reported and entered into the algorithm. This may occur when a specified Honours module has to be passed in order to fulfil the stipulations of an Honours programme. In such cases, two grades are entered into the algorithm for this module even though actual credit is only achieved at the second taking. In the case of receiving a 0X in a 3000-level or 4000-level module, a grade of 0 is entered into the algorithmic calculation (with the credit-weighting of the relevant module), even though no credits are obtained for the module with respect to meeting the requirements of the Honours degree programme. Any properly authorised withdrawal from a module, however, would be ignored by the algorithm. Grades that are achieved (after conversion) from modules taken at William & Mary as part of an Honours programme are entered into the algorithmic calculation. If ungraded credits are received from William & Mary (or graded credits that are not formally approved as part of an Honours programme), then these will not influence the algorithmic calculation, although such credits will normally appear on transcripts. Consideration of Special Cases Exceptional cases will be referred to the Special Classification Board. Progression Criteria The following are the standards for progression for BA (International Honours) students: Semester GPA (W&M) Credit-weighted mean (StA) Normal credits (StA) Minimum credits (StA) * **

7 * By the end of their fourth semester, students must have accumulated at least 240 credits, must have passed all compulsory modules for their programme, and earned at least a grade of 11 (or C+ at W&M) in the following second- year courses Economics. At W&M, in both ECON 303 and 304 OR at StA, in both EC2001 and 2002; English. At W&M, in ENGL 203 and in one other course above the 100-level OR at StA, in both EN2003 & 2004; History. At W&M, in two History classes, at least one of which should be at 300-level OR at StA, in two 2000-level modules with HI-, ME-, MH- or MO-prefixes. International Relations. At W&M, in GOV 327; in one of GOV 303, 304, or 305; and in one of GOV 324, 325, or 328 OR at StA, in both IR2005 & **In order to pursue an Honours thesis at William & Mary, students must have an overall GPA of at least 3.0 (a credit-weighted mean of 14 at St Andrews) by the beginning of their seventh semester, or a GPA of at least 3.0 (credit-weighted mean of 14) for their third year. Alternative arrangements will be made for those students returning to W&M for their final year who meet the progression criteria, but who do not meet the discipline-specific criteria for undertaking an Honours thesis. Progression Criteria for Cumulative GPA: BA (International Honours) students who do not meet the minimum progression criteria at the end of the academic year, regardless of whether they are home or host students, will be placed on academic probation. Note that 1) they will not be required (though they will be strongly encouraged) to participate in the William & Mary Academic Intervention Programme while studying there; 2) that no official action (i.e. the notification that the student is on probation or has been suspended) will be taken until the end of the academic year; and 3) that they be allowed a full academic year after they have been put on probation to achieve the minimum progression criteria. Students who do not meet the progression criteria by the end of their probationary year will be removed from the BA (International Honours) programme. St Andrews home students may request through the Pro Dean (Advising) of Arts & Divinity that they be allowed to pursue a St Andrews Honours or General degree programme, provided that they meet the relevant progression criteria. Otherwise, their studies will be terminated, with the same recourse to appeal as other St Andrews students. Progression Criteria for entry into the third year: Students who have not met the progression criteria for progression to the third year but who wish to continue in the BA (International Honours) may appeal to both the Director of Teaching at the appropriate School at St Andrews and to the W&M Joint Programme Committee. The appeal must be submitted as soon as the grades are published at the end of the fourth semester. In order for the appeal to be considered, Students must have earned at least 210 credits. William & Mary home students must have received grades averaging 10 in their Honours entry courses at St Andrews; St Andrews home students must have received grades averaging C (2.0) in the corresponding courses at William & Mary.

8 The respective authorities at both institutions will decide together whether the student will be permitted to continue on probation. If permitted, the student must have earned 360 credits by the end of the third year, and must earn grades of at least 13.5 in two or 4000-level modules in their Honours subject (if year three is spent at St Andrews) or a grade of B in at least two 300- or 400-level courses in their Honours subject (if year three is spent at William & Mary). Students who do not meet these conditions of probation will be removed from the BA (International Honours) programme. Religious Accommodations Guidelines: Students in residence at St Andrews need to notify their module co-ordinators as soon as they discover any conflict between religious observances and required academic activities; students have the responsibility to arrange course schedules to minimise conflicts. Requirements for Degrees The undergraduate degree of Bachelor of Arts (International Honours) combines the breadth and flexibility of a liberal arts degree with a four-year programme of in-depth study in one of four disciplines: Economics, English, History, or International Relations. The Programme requires students to plan carefully with their Adviser a course of study suited to their particular needs and interests. All BA (International Honours) students will take a common reading-, writing-, and discussionintensive seminar (the Joint Programme Seminar) during their first year of residence at William & Mary. This seminar satisfies the College s freshman seminar and writing proficiency requirements. The goal of the seminar is (i) to initiate students into the culture of critical thinking and independent inquiry, (ii) to foster interest in liberal education via the seminar s interdisciplinary approach, and (iii) to introduce students to their cohort in the BA (International Honours) programme. BA (International Honours) students will pursue in depth one of the four disciplines and additionally will develop a breadth portfolio, choosing from a range of courses offered at both institutions that satisfy these objectives. The Faculty of Arts and Sciences at the College of William & Mary and the Faculty of Arts at St Andrews determine the programme requirements for the BA (International Honours) and these are subject to change at the discretion of the relevant authorities in the two institutions. Advanced Standing and Transferred Credit No such credit may be applied toward the BA (International Honours) Degree. Summer School and Study Away BA (International Honours) students may apply summer school courses taken at William & Mary (including William & Mary summer Study Abroad), towards the degree programme, as long as (i) the student has earned 240 credits by the end of the second semester of their second year, and (except in unusual circumstances) 480 St Andrews credits by the end of the second

9 semester of their fourth year; and (ii) the student spends two complete academic years studying at each institution. No other study away may be counted toward the BA (International Honours). Requirements for the BA (International Honours) 1. General Requirements 480 credits are required for graduation and a minimum St Andrews GPA of 10.5 (GPA of 2.0 at W&M). William & Mary home students must complete at least 61 credit hours in residence at W&M. Students are expected to complete the programme in four years of full-time study (periods of Leave of Absence do not count towards this time). Credit Hour Limitations in Applied Music, Military Science, Physical Activities, Statistics, and Theatre/Speech/Dance. BA (International Honours) students may not apply credits from modules taken at William & Mary in Applied Music, Military Science, Physical Activities, and Theatre/Speech/Dance, with the following exceptions from Theatre/Speech/Dance, which may be applied to the Joint Degree: Theatre 150/150W, 152W, 200, 328/328W, 329/329W, 331/331W, 332, 333, 340, 410/410W, 461/461W, and 481; Dance 220, 230, 333; and Speech 311 and 410. BA (International Honours) students may count only two introductory statistics modules from either institution toward the Joint Degree. 2. Course Specific Requirements BA (International Honours) students are required to complete the William & Mary foreign language, writing, digital information, and major computing proficiencies and a first-year seminar (the writing and major computing proficiencies and the first-year seminar are built into the Joint Degree structure). BA (International Honours) students will, in consultation with their Adviser of Studies, compile a breadth portfolio comprised of courses satisfying the six knowledge-, nine skills-, and three values-objectives that underlie the William & Mary General Education Requirements (GERs). Knowledge objectives: An understanding of the world of nature; An understanding of individual and social behaviour; A general historical knowledge of Western civilisation; An acquaintance with a non-western cultural tradition; A general knowledge of masterworks, genres and movements in art, music, and literature; A general knowledge of major philosophical and religious systems.

10 Skills objectives: Critical thinking skills; Verbal skills; Quantitative skills; Scientific skills; Aesthetic skills; Historical inquiry skills; Language skills (i.e. proficiency in a foreign language); Information acquisition skills; Computer literacy skills. Values objectives: Intellectual values; Social and civic values; Personal values. Honours Programmes BA (International Honours) students are admitted to one of the four programmes, the specifications for which appear in the Course Catalogue. In Years 3 & 4, BA (International Honours) students must complete the equivalent of 45 W&M/180 StA credits in Honours modules (300 & 400 or 3000 & 4000 levels) counting toward their Honours subject. A BA (International Honours) student who wishes to change programmes may request to do so through the relevant Pro Dean. Such changes are difficult, but when the student has taken the appropriate courses and modules and space permits, the request may be granted. Normally transcripts will be issued by the home institution and will reflect courses and modules taken at both institutions expressed in the grading system of the Home institution. Graduation (Latin) Honors at William & Mary will be calculated for BA (International Honours) students and will be reflected on the transcript. Degree Classification at St Andrews will be determined for BA (International Honours) students according to the criteria given in Academic Regulations above and will be reflected on the transcript. Original edition: June 2011 Revised version: 8 July 2013 Web page reference:

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