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1 TITLES OF RESEARCH DEGREES Research degrees (PhD, MPhil, MA/MSc by Research) normally take the title of the academic department in which they are studied. The following departments have received approval of Senate also to award the degree titles listed: Centre for Translation Comparative Cultural Studies Translation Studies Comparative Literature Comparative Cultural Studies Institute of Education Arts Education Education Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Mathematics Education Religious Studies Science Education Department of Continuing Education Lifelong Learning Department of Mathematics Interdisciplinary Mathematics Department of Philosophy Philosophy Literature Department of Politics International Studies Politics International Studies Department of Psychology Doctor of Clinical Psychology School of Postgraduate Medical Education Medical Sciences Medicine Psychological Medicine Surgery Centre for Scientific Computing Scientific Computing Warwick Business School Industrial Business Studies (no further students will be admitted to this degree with effect from 2001/02) PhD from the University of Warwick (with no disciplinary identifier) Note: MD, MMedSci MS degrees have no subject title. 433

2 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY - DClinPsych The Degree of Doctor of Clinical Psychology is a collaborative course offered by the University of Warwick, Coventry University NHS Trusts. It is recognised by the British Psychological Society as meeting their requirements of Research, Clinical Practice Academic Study. Cidates for the DClinPsych are normally required to pursue a three-year course of study, the first two years based at Coventry University. Cidates who fulfill the requirements of the first two years of the course in full will be allowed to progress to the third year based at the University of Warwick. Cidates who do not complete the third year of study to a satisfactory stard will be awarded an MSc in Abnormal Psychology by Coventry University. Entrance Requirements All cidates must satisfy the Board of Graduate Studies requirements for entry. Normally, cidates honours in a first degree in psychology or a closely related subject, at an approved university, hold the Graduate Basis for registration as a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society. Additionally, cidates will be expected to have knowledge experience of the work of clinical psychologists. All cidates should apply via the Clearing House for Postgraduate Courses in Clinical Psychology. Course of Study Cidates will be employees of NHS Trusts in receipt of a salary throughout the course, receive five weeks annual leave plus bank holidays. Year 1 Cidates will be required to study the following four single one double-weight modules: CATS credits Working with Adults in Clinical Psychology 15 Working with Older Adults in Clinical 15 Psychology Professional & Personal Issues in Clinical 15 Psychology Research Methods in Clinical Psychology 15 Conceptualisation of Psychological Problems 30 Cidates will be required to study the following four single one double-weighted modules: Working with Children in Clinical Psychology 15 Working with People with Learning Disabilities 15 in Clinical Psychology Professional Therapeutic Issues in Clinical 15 Psychology Research methods in Clinical Psychology 15 Specialist Areas in Clinical Psychology 30 undertake a small scale research project (for example single case research) develop a proposal for their final year research thesis (notionally 30 CATS credits in Year 2). Cidates will also undertake clinical placements related to child learning disability client groups in a NHS Trust. Year 3 A major component of the final year of the course is the submission of a research thesis which is of doctoral stard, which must be presented in the format required for publication in selected journals together with supporting contextual chapters (90 CATS credits in Year 3). Cidates will be required to attend a series of workshops related to contemporary specialist issues in clinical psychology. Cidates will also choose to undertake two speciality clinical placements for the year. Assessment Assessment will be by coursework research thesis. For coursework requirements of individual modules please refer to the Course Director. Satisfactory clinical reports from supervisors satisfactory completion of a professional portfolio will also be required on a pass/fail basis. All components must be passed for an award to be made in line with British Psychological Society requirements. Cidates will also undertake clinical placements related to adult mental health older adult client groups in a NHS Trust. Year 2 434

3 ECONOMICS - PhD Cidates for the degree of PhD in Economics are normally required to pursue a three-year course of study involving assessed work, examinations a thesis. During the first year intending PhD cidates are required to attend taught modules as for MSc in Economics, progress to the second third years of the PhD course is dependent upon completion of the examined element at a satisfactory level. The doctoral course in Economics described below runs in parallel with the traditional thesis-based course leading to the degree of PhD. All cidates must satisfy the Board of Graduate Studies requirements for entry. Normally, cidates honours in a first degree, at an approved university, in Economics should preferably have studied statistics up to second-year undergraduate level. Cidates who wish to enter the PhD course without first doing one of the MScs offered by the Department of Economics at Warwick will usually be required to have pursued an MSc course in Economics of equivalent sting elsewhere. Course of Study Examination Scheme First Year Cidates for the PhD are required to attend five modules. Exam.weight (%) (a) Economic Analysis 30 (b) Econometric Statistical Techniques 25 (c) Mathematical Techniques 10 (d) Research Methodology Research Techniques 10 (e) An option in a Specialist Field (2 units) 25 The following options are normally available: Applied General Equilibrium Modelling Empirical Industrial Economics Endogenous Growth: Theories Evidence Game Theory Household Economics Development Income Distribution Poverty Industrial Structure the Macroeconomy International Monetary Economics Mathematical Economics Monetary Economics Optimising Models in Macro economics Social Accounting, Modelling Statistics Social Accounting Development Policy Modelling Statistical Theory of Econometrics Statistical Analysis of Time Series The Company Capitalism in Britain The Economic Analysis of Trade Unions The Economics of Technological Change The Economics of Unemployment The Empirical Analysis of Tax Reform The History of Economic Thought The Making of the Keynesian Revolution The Market for Labour The New Economics of Industrial Structure The New Economics of the Firm The Theory of Public Economics The Theory of Taxation Topics in Agricultural Development Policy Topics in Development Economics Microeconometrics Not all these modules are available every year, new modules may be substituted for, or added to, modules on the present list from time to time. Examination are those of the MSc in Economics. Cidates who reach a satisfactory level in the examinations in June will be permitted to proceed to the next part of the PhD course will be required to prepare a research proposal to be defended normally in the first term of the second year. Cidates who reach an appropriate stard, but who are deemed by the Board of Examiners not to have reached the stard required to proceed further with the PhD course, will be permitted to proceed to the dissertation element of the MSc. The dissertation, which shall be on an approved topic normally in the same area as the specialist paper selected from those listed in (d) above, shall be submitted in September following the written examination, should not normally exceed 12,000 words. Second Year Cidates are required to pursue two further specialist options to participate in a research workshop in addition to working on the thesis. Third Year Cidates are required to participate in a research workshop in addition to working on the thesis. The thesis will be examined in accordance with the Regulations Governing the Appointment Duties of Examiners for Research Degrees (Regulation 17.1). 435

4 DOCTOR OF EDUCATION (EdD) Cidates for the degree of Doctor of Education are required to pursue a course of study designed to make a further contribution to the advanced professional academic development of educationists. Cidates for the Doctorate in Education will be required to register for a minimum of five years parttime study. A three year full-time variant is also available. The course of study shall comprise a number of taught modules research projects, assessed by written assignments, a dissertation. All cidates must satisfy the Board of Graduate Studies' requirements for entry. Normally, cidates honours in a first degree from a recognised institution. In addition, cidates will normally be expected to have had at least three years' appropriate professional experience. Masters cidates Masters cidates studying within the Institute of Education may transfer to the EdD after one year fulltime or two years part-time providing their assessed work passes with marks of at least 60%. Course of Study: Part-time Variant The EdD will consist of two parts: Part 1 (Years 1 2) Cidates will be required to follow the Foundation Advanced Research Methods modules undertake modules to the value of 96 credit points currently offered on the Institute of Education s MA/MSc courses or, by arrangement, from an approved list of modules from elsewhere within the University Two 8000 word research projects One 8000 word research project Year 2 Research Methods: Advanced One 8000 word research project Dissertation of 40,000 words in length, or two dissertations of 20,000 words in length each. Year 3 Dissertation (continued) Cidates will also be required to participate in various advanced research methods workshops research seminars during the second third years of study. Assessment Assessment will be by assessed coursework (50%) the dissertation (50%). Modules worth 48 credit points the Foundation Research Methods will each be examined by two 4,000 word assignments, the Advanced Research Methods by one 4,000 word assignment, the research project by two 8,000 word assignments which may address different topics. The pass mark for each Masters level assignment is 60%. The pass mark for Doctoral level work is 50%. Cidates are also required to submit a dissertation of either a single study of 40,000 words in length or of two studies of 20,000 words in length, constitute an original contribution to knowledge should be of a stard which is worthy of publication in a peerreviewed journal. There will be an examination by viva voce of the research elements of the course, conducted by internal external examiners. Cidates who achieve a pass grade in all Part 1 modules will be permitted to proceed to Part 2. Part 2 (Years 3, 4 5) Cidates for the EdD are required to complete a dissertation of 40,000 words in length, or submit two dissertations of 20,000 words in length each. Cidates will also be required to participate in various advanced research methods workshops research seminars. Course of Study: Full-time Variant Year 1 Research Methods: Foundation undertake modules to the value of 96 credit points currently offered on the Institute of Education s MA/MSc courses or, by arrangement, from an approved list of modules from elsewhere within the University 436

5 DOCTOR OF EDUCATION IN LIFELONG LEARNING RESEARCH DEGREES BY EXAMINATION AND DISSERTATION (EdD) Cidates for the Doctorate in Education (Lifelong Learning) will be required to register for three years full-time study or five years part-time. The course of study shall comprise a number of taught modules, assessed by written assignments, a thesis or theses. All cidates must satisfy the Board of Graduate Studies' requirements for entry. Normally, cidates honours in a first degree from a recognised institution. In addition, cidates will normally be expected to have had at least three years' appropriate professional experience. Course of Study Cidates for the EdD are required to complete either one 50,000 word thesis or two 25,000 word theses. The thesis or theses are required to offer an original contribution to knowledge should be of a stard which is worthy of publication in a peerreviewed journal. 437

6 DOCTOR OF ENGINEERING - EngD Cidates for the Doctor of Engineering should be registered for a maximum period of four a half years must complete the course of study within their period of registration. Cidates may apply via their Department to the Board of Graduate Studies for a period of suspension from registration such requests shall be considered in the normal manner by the Chairman of the Board. A cidate's course of study shall comprise a series of taught modules selected from the Modular MSc degrees offered by the Department of Engineering, or courses of similar assessable stard the completion of a project or a series of industrially relevant projects. A cidate's selection of modules must be approved in advance by the Executive Board of the Doctor of Engineering course. All cidates must satisfy the Board of Graduate Studies' requirements for entry. Normally, cidates honours in a first degree from a UK institution of higher education, or an equivalent qualification, in an appropriate science discipline. First Degree Holders A cidate who enters the course with a first degree qualification no industrial experience shall be required to complete the full course of study. MSc Holders A cidate who has already successfully completed a MSc in an appropriate science discipline may, at the discretion of the Executive Board, be granted exemptions from some taught module requirements the second year dissertation. Industrial Experience A cidate who has substantial industrial experience, may be assessed by the Executive Board to have successfully demonstrated some of the competences skills required for the award of the degree of Doctor of Engineering,, in such cases, may be granted exemptions from some taught module requirements the second year dissertation. In order to be eligible for the award of the degree of Doctor of Engineering, cidates must demonstrate innovation in the application of knowledge to the engineering business environment. In addition, they must demonstrate the following competences: expert knowledge of an engineering area; the appreciation of industrial engineering development culture; project programme management skills; teamwork leadership skills; oral written communication skills; technical organisational skills; financial engineering project planning control; the ability to apply his or her skills knowledge to new unusual situations; the ability to seek optimal, viable solutions to multi-faceted engineering problems to search out relevant information sources. Course of Study During the first year, Doctor of Engineering cidates are normally required to attend at least six taught modular units of credit drawn from the modular MSc degrees taught by the Department of Engineering or of an equivalent assessable stard complete the post-module assignments. A cidate's performance will be reviewed at the end of the first year, progress onto the second year shall be subject to satisfactory performance. During the second year, cidates are required to attend at least six modular units of credit or equivalent complete the post-module assignments complete a dissertation. During the third year fourth year, cidates must attend at least eight modular units of credit complete the post-module assignments. Each module comprises forty to forty-five hours of lectures, tutorials, seminars practical activity post-module work equivalent to a further thirty to forty hours. Normally, each module is equivalent to one unit of credit - exceptionally the weight of particular modules may be a fraction of a unit. Cidates can select modules that may, after the successful completion of the second year, lead to an award of an MSc in Manufacturing Systems Engineering or MSc in Design Systems in Production or MSc in Engineering Business Management or MSc in Information Technology for Manufacture. The choice of modules must be approved in advance by the Executive Board of the Doctor of Engineering Course. Cidates will be required to complete a dissertation of not more than 10,000 words during their first two years of study. The dissertation must take the form of an industrially orientated project. All cidates must successfully pass the dissertation at least nine units of credit at grade B or better before being permitted to proceed to the third year. Cidates who do not successfully complete the dissertation will not normally be permitted to proceed with the Doctor of Engineering degree but may, at the discretion of the Board of Examiners, be permitted to re-submit the dissertation to be eligible for the award of a master's degree. Industrial Projects Cidates shall be required to complete a project or set of industrial relevant projects. The projects will be agreed by the companies participating in the scheme approved by the Executive Board of the Course. The projects will be designed to ensure that cidates develop the required competences have the opportunity to demonstrate innovation in the application of knowledge to the Engineering Business Environment. Cidates shall be required to submit a detailed project report on the work undertaken. The report shall be clearly concisely written, well-organised include a description of materials techniques used. Cidates are normally required to spend a large portion of time working on the projects in a participating engineering company or companies. Portfolio of Work 438

7 Cidates shall be required to present a portfolio of work. The portfolio shall normally comprise reports on industrially relevant project or projects completed during the period of registration, post-module assignments a dissertation. There should be an executive summary or introductory chapter which sets the contents within the context of the engineering business environment. Where the work on a particular project was undertaken in collaboration with other cidates for the degree then the cidate must attach a brief statement to each report signed by all the collaborators outlining the role performed by each individual in the project. A cidate shall also be required to submit a profile for consideration by the Board of Examiners together with the portfolio of work. This profile shall comprise a complete list of all modules undertaken together with examination marks obtained a summary of no more than 4,000 words of the ways in which the cidate has demonstrated mastery of the required competences for the degree listed above. Examinations Each cidate shall present a portfolio of work for examination by the Board of Examiners shall also be required to pass an oral examination to be conducted by the Board of Examiners. The oral examination shall include a formal presentation of the work by the cidate be used to assess the extent to which the cidate has mastered the competences listed above. It is also possible to study for this qualification at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. 439

8 INDUSTRIAL AND BUSINESS STUDIES - PhD The PhD in Industrial Business Studies encompasses all subject areas within the remit of Warwick Business School. Cidates for the degree of PhD in Industrial Business Studies are normally required to register for a three year (full-time) or four year (part-time) course of study involving assessed work, research proposal presentation thesis. During the first year intending PhD cidates are required to attend taught modules as detailed below. All cidates must satisfy the Board of Graduate Studies requirements for entry. Normally cidates honours in a first degree, at an approved Institution of Higher Education, in a relevant subject. Normally, cidates who do not possess a Master s level qualification in a relevant subject are required to follow an appropriate Master s course for a preliminary year prior to doctoral registration (for example, the specialist master s courses offered by the Business School in Economics Finance, Financial Mathematics, Industrial Relations, Management Science Operational Research, Organisation Studies) or a Master s level approved course of study. Qualitative Research Methods: issues of fieldwork access; observation; interviewing; documentary analysis; case studies. More advanced modules can be provided (particularly for second year students) if there is sufficient dem. Quantitative Research Methods: to demonstrate the use of descriptive inferential statistics, sampling, multivariate analysis, statistical packages (eg SPSS). More advanced modules can be provided (particularly for second year students) if there is sufficient dem. Research Planning Management Skills : skills relevant to thesis preparation, conference presentations, journal submissions future career. The modules are provided through a combination of lectures, seminars day schools. In addition, according to background area of research, students may be required or advised to follow existing taught modules either on general issues in business management or on specific topics in their research field. There are also opportunities in the University to develop language skills. Progression All cidates will initially be registered for the degree of MPhil for the first year of their studies. Progress to the second year of the PhD course is dependent upon the successful completion of assessments relating to the taught element of the course the presentation of a satisfactory research proposal to the Doctoral Programme Committee. A satisfactory research proposal will also lead to regrading from MPhil registration to PhD registration. For students in years 2 3, continued registration is dependent on a satisfactory Mid-Year Progress Review (normally held in March). Where the review does not show satisfactory progress, the recommendation of the Doctoral Programme Committee to the Board of Graduate Studies will be to not renew the student s registration. Students with approved extensions are required to have satisfactory progress reviews twice each year. Course of Study The Doctoral Course combines structured research training with supervised research leading to the submission of a thesis. The aim of the structured research training is to ensure that research students acquire the range of research competencies, knowledge of their subject area, essential for successful completion of the thesis for future career development. This includes in particular: Philosophy of the Social Sciences: the nature of (social) science, issues of theory construction problem formulation, paradigms of social enquiry explanation. 440

9 PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH DEGREES BY EXAMINATION AND DISSERTATION PhD The Department of Psychology offers a doctoral training course in Psychology. Cidates must satisfy the Board of Graduate Studies requirements for entry. Normally, at least an upper second class honours degree in Psychology is required, but cidates from other disciplines such as Linguistics, Computer Science or Education will be considered, providing their background is particularly relevant to the intended topic of research. Course of Study Doctoral Training Course in Psychology The following modules will be studied in Year 1: 1 Basic Information Technology 2 Study Skills 3 Software Skills 4 Research Methods in Psychology 5 Research Seminars 6. Professional Issues in Psychology Year 1 students will also begin their own research programme. Examination Scheme Modules 1, 3 5 will be assessed by individual exercises. Modules 2, 4 6 will be assessed by a combination of individual group exercises. Students research programmes will be formally reviewed assessed at the end of the year. In years 2 3 cidates will proceed with their own research which will be subject to a formal annual review finally examined by thesis in accordance with the Regulations for Research Degrees. Cidates in Years 2 3 are also expected to attend Research Seminars selected workshops on Professional Issues in Psychology. 441

10 SOCIOLOGY MPhil/PhD The Degrees of PhD MPhil in Sociology may be taken full-time or part-time. Registration is subject to the University's Higher Degrees Regulations Provisions. All cidates must satisfy the Board of Graduate Studies requirements for entry. Normally, cidates honours in a first degree in a relevant discipline, although other suitably qualified individuals may be considered. thesis. The review counts for 60% of the overall assessment. On the basis of this review the Progress Committee provides a report recommendations to the student supervisor, on the basis of which the supervisor makes appropriate recommendations to Board of Graduate Studies. Ongoing reviews take place during the second third years of study. Cidates for the degrees of PhD MPhil in Sociology are required to complete an approved course of taught modules in their first year of full-time study, or in their first two years of part-time study. Recommendation to Board of Graduate Studies of renewal of the student's registration each year is subject to a satisfactory review of the student's progress. Course of Study Assessment Students for research degrees are normally required to take the core modules to construct an approved portfolio of other optional modules. Core modules: (i) The Research Process Research Design (Autumn Spring Terms) (ii) Connecting Qualitative Quantitative Methods Analysis (Autumn term) (iii) Exploring Contemporary Qualitative Methodologies (Spring Term) (iv) Quantitative Analysis: Measures Models (Spring Term) (v) Philosophy of Social Science (Autumn Term) In addition every student has the opportunity of attending other courses modules from the Department's Graduate Course, or offered by other Schools or Departments of the University. The student's supervisor may recommend variations from these course requirements on the basis of prior training, a prior period of study, or on the grounds of unavoidable absence from the university, in which case the student's scheme of study is subject to the approval of the Graduate Progress Committee. Assessment is based on: (a) (b) Successful completion of the work required for modules (ii) to (v) above (40%) of the total) a review of student progress carried out by the Department's Graduate Progress Committee in June of the first year of a fulltime student's registration, or second year in the case of a part-time student. The progress review is based on reports from the thesis supervisor; a methodological review submitted as part of the core Research Process Research Design module; reports from the student covering the student's literature review including a research plan timetable, proposed contents of the 442

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