Faculty of Arts. Teaching and Examination Regulations Bachelor s Degree Programme in. Art History

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1 Faculty of Arts Teaching and Examination Regulations Bachelor s Degree Programme in Contents Art History 1. General provisions 2. Structure of the degree programme 3. The propaedeutic phase of the degree programme 4. Study progress including the Study Advice System (BSA System) 5. Admission to the second study year of the degree programme, the post-propaedeutic phase 5A. Admission to the second study year of the degree programme, the post-propaedeutic phase, for the cohort and earlier cohorts 6. The post-propaedeutic phase of the degree programme 7. Examinations and final assessment of the degree programme 8. Entry requirements 9. Registration for course units and study progress supervision 10. Transitional and final provisions Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 1

2 Section 1 General provisions Article 1.1 Applicability These Regulations apply to the teaching and examinations of the Bachelor s degree programme in Art History, hereinafter referred to as the degree programme. The degree programme is provided by the Faculty of Arts of the University of Groningen, hereinafter referred to as the Faculty. Article 1.2 Definitions The following definitions apply to these Regulations: a. Act: the Higher Education and Research Act (WHW) b. Student: a person enrolled in the University for the purpose of taking course units and/or examinations leading to the conferral of a university degree c. Degree programme: the Bachelor s degree programme listed in Article 1.1 of these Regulations, comprising a coherent whole of teaching units d. ECTS credit point: a unit of credit, whereby one ECTS credit point equals 28 hours of study e. Course unit: a teaching unit of the degree programme within the meaning of the Act f. Following a course unit: following a course unit or having followed a course unit is understood to mean that a student has participated (and where relevant satisfied the attendance requirement) in the lectures and, if relevant, performed the related activities. The syllabus of the course unit will state whether the activities only have to be performed or whether they have to be performed to a certain standard g. Test: an examination or interim examination within the meaning of Article 7.10 of the Act h. Examination: formal rounding off of a course unit i. Partial examination: if an examination comprises various parts, these various parts are referred to as partial examinations j. Practical: a practical exercise, as referred to in Article 7.13 of the Act, in one of the following forms: - a thesis - a written assignment or a draft design - a research assignment - active participation in fieldwork or an excursion - completion of a placement - active participation in another educational activity designed to teach certain skills k. Propaedeutic phase: the first 60 ECTS credit points of the formal Bachelor s degree programme as defined in Article 7.8 of the Act l. Post-propaedeutic phase: the part of the Bachelor s degree programme following the propaedeutic phase m. Final assessment: the final assessment of the propaedeutic phase or of the Bachelor s degree programme n. Definitive study advice: an advice within the meaning of Article 7.8b.1 of the Act 0. Binding Study Advice (BSA): a negative definitive study advice within the meaning of Article 7.8b.3 of the Act, issued by the Faculty Board on behalf of the Board of the University, regarding the student s enrolment in a degree programme p. Study progress overview: an overview of the credit points earned thus far q. Preliminary study advice: a written interim study advice concerning continuing with the degree programme r. Bridging programme: a programme comprising 60 ECTS credit points or more, intended to remedy deficiencies for admission to a Master s degree programme. A bridging programme leads to the conferral of a university Bachelor s degree s. Pre-Master s bridging programme: a programme comprising up to 60 ECTS credit points intended to remedy deficiencies for admission to a related Master s degree programme. A Pre- Master s bridging programme does not lead to the conferral of a university Bachelor s degree t. Major: all compulsory course units in the propaedeutic and post-propaedeutic phases u. Minor: all course units forming part of a fixed set of options linked to the Major during the propaedeutic and post-propaedeutic phases v. Electives: a package of optional course units from outside the degree programme that a student may select and that is then approved by the Board of Examiners Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 2

3 w. Semester: part of the academic year, either starting on 1 September and ending on a date to be determined by the Board of the University in mid-february, or starting on the aforementioned date determined by the Board of the University and ending in mid-july. The other definitions shall have the meaning that the Act ascribes to them. Article 1.3 Aim of the degree programme The aim of the degree programme is to impart an academic education to students in terms of knowledge, understanding and skills in the field of art history such that - they satisfy the admission requirements for a related Master s degree programme, with at least the right to admission to the follow-on Master s degree programmes in Art History and Dutch Culture at the University of Groningen. - they are able to perform successfully in occupations for which academic knowledge and skills at Bachelor s degree level in the above field are required or desirable. Article 1.4 Type of degree programme The degree programme is full time. Section 2 Structure of the degree programme Article 2.1 Organization and examinations of the degree programme 1. The following examinations may be taken: a. The propaedeutic examination b. The final assessment or Bachelor s examination 2. The degree programme is divided into a propaedeutic phase and a post-propaedeutic phase. The entire degree programme consists of a Major, a Minor and Electives. 3. The programme has the following Minors: Minors 1. Art, Policy and Management 2. Modern Art 3. Early Renaissance and Medieval Art 4. The Mediterranean World 5. Cultural Geography (FRW) Article 2.2 Student workload The degree programme has a student workload of 180 ECTS credit points, whereby one ECTS credit point is the equivalent of 28 hours of study. The propaedeutic phase has a student workload of 60 ECTS credit points. The student workload is expressed in whole ECTS credit points. Article 2.3 Balance between Major-Minor 1. The following division of ECTS credit points applies to the Major, the Minor and the Electives: a. The Major is worth 120 ECTS credit points. b. The Minor comprises 30 ECTS credit points and must be chosen from the list in Article of these Regulations. c. The Electives. These comprise 30 ECTS credit points. 2. The Electives worth 30 ECTS credit points, after approval by the Board of Examiners, comprise course units of the students choice that are related to the subjects taught at a university or Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 3

4 institute of higher professional education. Students may choose up to three academic fields or themes alongside that of their Major. 3. Students may choose to do a placement instead of one or more electives. The Board of Examiners must approve this. Students may choose between a placement (10 ECTS credit points) via the Arts Placement Office and an educational placement (10 or 15 ECTS credit points) as part of an educational Minor via the UOCG. Doing both placements is not allowed. A condition for a placement via the Arts Placement Office is that the propaedeutic phase has been completed and that at least 120 ECTS credit points have been earned in Major and Minor course units (approved by the Board of Examiners for the Major). A placement plan comprising a list of the aims, the content of the placement and a plan of activities must be drawn up before the placement commences. This plan must be approved by the supervisors. The assessment of the placement will be made by a supervisor from the programme and a supervisor from the host institution, who will have been appointed as examiners by the Board of Examiners. At the end of the placement, the student must submit a report which will be assessed by the programme supervisor. A copy of the report will be sent to the host institution. Article 2.4 Study period abroad Students will be able to follow course units in the post-propaedeutic phase worth a total of at least 30 ECTS credit points at a university abroad. These course units must be approved in advance by the Board of Examiners in the form of a learning agreement. This learning agreement must be signed by the Board of Examiners, the student and a representative of the partner institution abroad. If any changes are made to the programme, the learning agreement must be updated and signed again by the parties listed above. Article 2.5 Open Degree Programme Students can choose an Open Degree Programme in Art History. An Open Degree Programme must always be approved in advance by the Board of Examiners of the degree programme. The Open Degree Programme must comprise at least 120 ECTS credit points (out of 180 ECTS) of Major course units; the remainder comprises Minor course units/electives. Article 2.6 Honours Programme 1. The Faculty of Arts participates in the Honours Programme of the University of Groningen Honours College through Joint Regulations. 2. Students who are admitted to the Bachelor s degree in Art History may participate in this Honours Programme if they are selected by the Dean of the University of Groningen Honours College. Please refer to the Teaching and Examination Regulations of the University of Groningen Honours College for the selection procedure. 3. The Honours Programme, including the deepening Faculty part, is subject to the Teaching and Examination Regulations of the University of Groningen Honours College. 4. A note is made on the Diploma Supplement to the Bachelor s degree certificate to the effect that an Honours Certificate has been gained. Article 2.7 Academic training The Board of Examiners requires that the degree programme followed by a student must contain sufficient elements relating to the academic training of the student. Here is an overview of the learning outcomes of the degree programme. Propaedeutic phase Generic academic skills Holders of a propaedeutic certificate in Art History have the following generic academic skills: a. the ability to write reliable and useful reports and summaries Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 4

5 b. the ability to give presentations about discipline-related subjects for an interested general public c. the ability to read and comprehend English at a level such that an academic debate in that language can be followed d. the ability to study effectively and organize the available time; the ability to meet deadlines. Subject-specific skills Holders of a propaedeutic certificate in Art History have the following subject-specific skills: a. the ability to use art-historical library collections and handle art-historical bibliographic material and art-historical files, both printed and in electronic form b. the ability to apply annotation methods and make bibliographical references according to the criteria relevant within Art History c. the ability to comprehend, analyse and summarize basic art-historical and architecturalhistorical texts d. the ability to give visual analyses of objects from the visual arts, architecture and urban development and to express these analyses orally and in written form e. the ability to write art history and architecture history papers which meet the basic academic requirements of clarity, organization and conciseness. Subject-specific theoretical and practical knowledge and understanding Holders of a propaedeutic certificate in Art History have knowledge and understanding of: a. important works of art from the period from Roman Antiquity to 1300; the period , in particular in Italy and the Low Countries; the period 1800-now, in particular the twentieth century. the stylistic development displayed in these works of art and the themes they deal with b. the main image categories and art forms these works belong to and the media and techniques used in them c. the artistic and historical contexts within which these works were produced d. the main methods and strategies for interpretation used within art history and architecture history (style analysis, iconographical and iconological interpretation, function analysis, etc.) e. the nature and extent of the disciplines of art history and architecture history, their career perspectives and practical use f. the most important buildings from architecture history from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century and the stylistic development displayed in them the interaction between the shapes of these buildings, their social functions and the aesthetic ideals behind their production g. the main events in the history of urban development and the basic principles of the discipline that studies this history h. innovation in materials, construction methods and organization in the building industry and their influence on the course of architecture history i. some of the major museums, buildings, national monuments and urban development schemes in the Netherlands and their social relevance. Bachelor s phase Generic academic skills Holders of a Bachelor s degree in Art History have mastered all the generic academic skills required for the propaedeutic certificate in Art History. In addition, they have also mastered the following generic academic skills: a. the ability to assemble and critically interpret information from diverse sources b. the ability to critically evaluate theories, methods and research results and to make use of them c. the ability to formulate research problems and find creative solutions that are supported by evidence d. the ability to express themselves both orally and in written form at an academic level e. the ability to read and comprehend English at a level such that an academic debate in that language can be followed. Subject-specific skills Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 5

6 Holders of a Bachelor s degree in Art History have mastered all the subject-specific skills required for the propaedeutic certificate in Art History. In addition, they have also mastered the following subjectspecific skills: a. the ability to comprehend, analyse and summarize complicated art historical and architectural historical texts b. the ability to write extensive art history and architecture history papers on complex subjects c. the ability to give extensive and well-structured visual analyses of objects from the visual arts, architecture and urban development, and to express these analyses orally and in written form d. the ability to critically evaluate theories, methods and research results in the field of the visual arts, architecture and urban planning, and use these evaluations when analysing and interpreting objects from visual arts, architecture and urban planning e. the ability to independently gather data concerning provenance, state, date, style, technique and display of objects from the visual arts, architecture and urban planning, thereby making effective use of IT applications f. the ability to critically investigate and analyse the relationships between art objects, architecture and urban planning on the one hand, and on the other the social (i.e. cultural, socioeconomic and political) context within which they were created and have functioned the ability to reflect on questions of policy, transfer and communication in the field of the visual arts, architecture and urban planning in contemporary society g. The ability to critically react to current developments in the field. Subject-specific theoretical and practical knowledge Holders of a Bachelor s degree in Art History have the knowledge and understanding required for the propaedeutic certificate in Art History. In addition, they have knowledge and understanding of the following subjects: a. Italian art between 1300 and 1600 in its cultural and social context and the most important ways that art historians can interpret this art b. the form, content and function of Early Dutch painting ( ) and the various ways that art historians can interpret these Early Dutch painting collection building c. Modern and Contemporary Art, with particular attention to Realism in the art of the 19 th and 20 th centuries and the history and theory of media art (film, video) and the digital culture the theoretical starting points and the strategies of interpretation that arise when studying these themes d. the great 18 th and 19 th -century art museums in Europe their creation and character, their manner of presentation the 20 th -century art institutes in relation to the art forms they present and to their role as art distributors e. the practical functioning of museums and media institutes in the Netherlands today collections policy, management, conservation, presentation, communication setting up an exhibition f. the use of scientific research methods within art history g. the development of architecture from the 16 th century down to the present day, in relation to society the link between architectural theory and architectural design h. 19 th and 20 th -century urban planning and the history of urban planning as a discipline the reorganization of public space and the renovation of urban planning and architectonic design in the Netherlands and abroad the spatial transformations in and around cities and the changes to the Dutch landscape i. the creation and development of modern construction techniques and systems and the consequences of this for 19 th and 20 th -century housing and utility construction j. the great restoration and renovation projects in historical city centres in the Netherlands since 1960, from the perspective of the conservation of historical buildings k. the global content and aims of a discipline outside Art History. In addition to the knowledge and skills indicated above, holders of a Bachelor s degree also have a basic understanding and overview of one or several disciplines other than the selected Major in order to ensure a broad academic training. Section 3 The propaedeutic phase of the degree programme Article 3.1 Structure of the propaedeutic phase Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 6

7 The propaedeutic phase comprises the following course units with their related student workloads. No. Course unit Student workload in ECTS 1 Architectural History: Historical Revivals 5 2 Visual Arts: 1800-Present 10 3 Visual Arts: Architectural History: 19 th and 20 th Century Canon 5 5 Architectural History: Modernity, Modernisms 10 6 Visual Arts: Modern, Post-modern and Contemporary Art Visual Arts: Questioning Old Masterpieces 1 10 Minor 10 1 Students choose one of these two course units. Article 3.2 Participation in the propaedeutic phase 1. The information in this article applies to the following course units in the propaedeutic phase: if a course unit consists of tutorials and lectures, the related examination can only be taken after the tutorials have been successfully passed. At the very least this includes active participation in at least 80% of the tutorials. The exact conditions for successfully passing a tutorial are included in the syllabus for the course unit in question. No. Course unit 1 Architectural History: Historical Revivals 2 Visual Arts: 1800-Present 3 Visual Arts: , including tutor programme 4 Architectural History: 19 th and 20 th Century Canon 5 Architectural History: Modernity, Modernisms 6 Visual Arts: Modern, Post-modern and Contemporary Art 7 Visual Arts: Questioning Old Masterpieces 2. With regard to the following course units, successful participation in the activities of the course unit is considered to mean passing the relevant examination: n/a 3. In the event of absence of up to 20% (generally three of the fourteen tutorials), the lecturer may stipulate replacement assignments. Absence of more than 20% will result in the student being banned from further participation in the course unit and from the examination. Notification of absence from a tutorial must always be supported by reasons. Anyone who misses the first two tutorials without reason will lose the right to participate to a student on the waiting list, if there is one. Section 4 System) Study progress including the Study Advice System (BSA Article 4.1 Overview of study progress In the first year of registration, students will be sent a study progress overview in or around week 13 of the academic year, and certainly during the first semester of the degree programme, comprising an overview of the credit points earned so far. Article 4.2 Preliminary study advice / binding (negative) study advice 1. In about week 23 of the academic year, and if possible before the start of the second semester, students will be sent a written preliminary study advice. Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 7

8 2. The preliminary study advice should be considered as a warning if there is a question of insufficient study progress, giving students the chance to improve their performance. 3. If the study progress is such that the student cannot reasonably be expected to satisfy the conditions listed in Article 4.3.2, he or she will be invited to a meeting with the study advisor. The aim of the meeting is to discuss the student s study habits, to reassess the choice of degree programme and perhaps to refer to a different degree programme. 4. If the results dictate this, the preliminary study advice will be converted into a binding (negative) study advice (BSA) within the meaning of Article 4.3.2, in accordance with the procedure set out in Article The procedure set out in Article will be considered to come into effect if by week 21 the student has earned fewer than 10 ECTS credit points and by week 42 fewer than 40 ECTS credit points. Article 4.3 Definitive study advice / binding (negative) study advice 1. In week 45 of the academic year, and at any rate before the end of the second semester of the first year of registration, students will again be sent a written advice concerning continuing their degree programme the definitive study advice. 2. Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 4.6, this study advice will be binding if the student has earned fewer than 40 ECTS credit points (for part-time degree programmes fewer than 20 ECTS) in the first year of registration, or has failed the propaedeutic assessment at the end of the second year of registration (for a part-time degree by the end of the third year of registration). 3. The binding (negative) study advice (BSA) will be valid for the next two academic years and covers the CROHO degree programme for which the student has registered. 4. When determining the number of ECTS credit points earned, only those ECTS for the course units referred to in Section 3 will count. When determining the number of ECTS credit points earned, the ECTS from exemptions will count. Article 4.4 Definitive study advice / binding (negative) study advice: exceptions 1. No definitive study advice will be issued to students who request to be deregistered as of 1 February of the first year of registration. If such students reregister for a subsequent academic year, a definitive study advice will be issued in that academic year. 2. Students who register for a Bachelor s degree programme at the University of Groningen starting on 1 February will be issued with a binding (negative) study advice (BSA) if they earn fewer than 20 ECTS credit points in this degree programme by the end of the second semester of the first year of registration (fewer than 10 ECTS for part-time programmes). In all other cases, the provisions of Article 4.3 will apply. Article 4.5 Definitive study advice / binding (negative) study advice: procedure 1. A definitive study advice / binding (negative) study advice is issued on behalf of the Board of the University by the Faculty Board. 2. Before a binding (negative) study advice can be issued, the student in question will be given the opportunity to put his or her case to the Faculty Board or a representative thereof. Article 4.6 Personal circumstances 1. When deciding whether to issue a binding (negative) study advice (BSA), the Faculty Board will take a student s personal circumstances into account at that student s request. Only personal circumstances that have been reported by the student to the study advisor as soon as could reasonably be expected after they arose will be taken into consideration by the Faculty Board when making its decision. 2. If the circumstances referred to in Article result in a binding (negative) study advice not being issued, a study advice within the meaning of Article 4.3 will be issued to that student at the end of the next academic year. Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 8

9 3. Circumstances as referred to in Article do not automatically lead to a successful application for a grant from the Graduation Fund. Article 4.7 Conditions for appeal The decision will also state the applicable safeguards of legal rights. Section 5 Admission to the second study year of the degree programme, the post-propaedeutic phase Article 5.1 Criteria for admission to the post-propaedeutic phase 1. Holders of a propaedeutic certificate will be admitted to the second study year of the degree programme, the post-propaedeutic phase. 2. Students who have earned at least 40 ECTS credit points in the first year of the propaedeutic phase will be provisionally admitted. 3. Provisional admission does not apply to the Major course units from the third year of the degree programme. For these, the propaedeutic certificate is required. 4. Provisional admission lapses if the student does not satisfy the conditions set out in Article Section 5A Article 5A.1 Admission to the second study year of the degree programme, the post-propaedeutic phase, for the cohort and earlier cohorts Admission The following students will be admitted to the second study year of the degree programme, the postpropaedeutic phase: holders of a propaedeutic certificate students who have earned at least 45 ECTS credit points in the propaedeutic phase. Article 5A.2 Provisional admission 1. A student who is preparing for the propaedeutic final assessment for the Bachelor s degree programme listed in Article 1.1 and has earned at least 30 ECTS credit points and no more than 45 ECTS during the propaedeutic phase will be provisionally admitted by the Faculty Board to the second year of the degree programme, the post-propaedeutic phase, on condition that the student and the study advisor/tutor/supervisor of the degree programme compile a study plan comprising at least the following: a. the propaedeutic course units that have not yet been passed with a related time line b. the post-propaedeutic course units that may be followed in addition to the course units listed under a. 2. The study plan as referred to in Article 5A.2.1 is subject to the following conditions: a. If the propaedeutic shortfall concerns course units from the first semester of the first year, the student must reregister for those course units in the first semester of the second year. The student may supplement the number of ECTS credit points needed with course units from the post-propaedeutic phase up to a maximum of 30 ECTS. b. If the propaedeutic shortfall concerns course units from the second semester of the first year, the student may register for post-propaedeutic course units in the first semester. However, he/she must reregister in the second semester of the second year for the propaedeutic course units he/she has missed and supplement them with course units from the post-propaedeutic phase up to a total of 30 ECTS credit points. Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 9

10 c. If the propaedeutic shortfall concerns course units from both the first and second semesters of the first year, the student must reregister for those course units in both semesters of the second year. The student may supplement the number of ECTS credit points needed with course units from the post-propaedeutic phase up to a maximum of 30 ECTS per semester. 3. Provisional admission to the second year of the degree programme lapses at the end of the second semester of the second year, if the student referred to in Article 5A.2.2 does not satisfy the condition that at least 45 ECTS from the propaedeutic course units must have been earned. 4. The Board of Examiners may set additional conditions and/or rules. 5. Provisional admission does not apply to the Major course units from the third year of the degree programme. For these, the propaedeutic certificate is required. Section 6 The post-propaedeutic phase of the degree programme Article 6.1 Structure of the post-propaedeutic phase 1. The post-propaedeutic phase contains the following course units with their related study loads. Major, year 2 No. Course unit Student workload in ECTS 8 Visual Arts and Identity 5 9 Visual Arts: Topics in the 19 th Century Visual Arts Neth : Form Architectural History: Rediscovery of the City 5 12 Visual Arts: Sculpture in the 20 th Century 5 Minor (or Electives) Architectural History: Large Projects 5 14 Architectural History: Cultural heritage Visual Arts: Studio, Museum and Public Visual Arts: Photography and Avant-garde 2 5 Minor (or Electives) 20 1 In the first semester, students choose one of these two optional course units. 2 In the second semester, students choose one of these three optional course units. Year: 3 Specialization: Modern Visual Arts No. Course unit Student workload in ECTS 17 Visual Arts: Theory and Criticism, 20 th Century 5 18 Visual Arts: The Art Market 5 19 Visual Arts: Media Art History 5 20 Visual Arts: Art World 20 th /21 st Century 5 Minor Visual Arts Criticism 19 th and 20 th Centuries 5 22 Visual Arts: Themes in Contemporary Art 5 23 Visual Arts BA Thesis 10 Minor 10 Year: 3 Specialization: Visual Arts Older Periods No. Course unit Student workload Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 10

11 in ECTS 24 Visual Arts in Italy Visual Arts: Museums Visual Arts Neth : Art 5 Minor Visual Arts: Current Research Visual Arts BA Thesis 10 Minor 10 Year: 3 Specialization: Architecture and Urban Development No. Course unit Student workload in ECTS 28 Architectural History: Landscape History Files Architectural History: Mass Production in the 20 th Century 10 Minor Architectural History: Ethics and Esthetics Architecture and Urban Development BA Thesis 10 Minor 10 Article 6.2 Participation in the post-propaedeutic phase 1. The information in this article applies to the following course units in the post-propaedeutic phase: if a course unit consists of tutorials and lectures, the related examination can only be taken after the tutorials have been successfully passed. At the very least this includes active participation in at least 80% of the tutorials. The exact conditions for successfully passing a tutorial are included in the syllabus for the course unit in question. 8 Visual Arts and Identity 9 Visual Arts: Topics in the 19 th Century 10 Visual Arts Neth : Form 11 Architectural History: Rediscovery of the City 12 Visual Arts: Sculpture in the 20 th Century 13 Architectural History: Large Projects 14 Architectural History: Cultural heritage 15 Visual Arts: Studio, Museum, Public 16 Visual Arts: Photography and Avant-garde 17 Visual Arts: Theory and criticism, 20 th Century 18 Visual Arts: The Art Market 19 Visual Arts: Media Art History 20 Visual Arts: Art World 20 th /21 st Century 21 Visual Arts Criticism 19 th and 20 th Centuries 22 Visual Arts: Themes in Contemporary Art 23 Visual Arts BA Thesis 24 Visual Arts in Italy Visual Arts: Museums 26 Visual Arts Neth : Art 27 Visual Arts: Current Research 28 Architectural History: Landscape History Files 29 Architectural History: Mass Production in the 20 th Century 30 Architectural History: Ethics and Esthetics 31 Architecture and Urban Development BA Thesis 2. In the event of absence of up to 20% (generally three of the fourteen tutorials), the lecturer may stipulate replacement assignments. Absence of more than 20% will result in the student being banned from further participation in the course unit and from the examination. Notification of Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 11

12 absence from a tutorial must always be supported by reasons. Anyone who misses the first two tutorials without reason will lose the right to participate to a student on the waiting list, if there is one. 3. Selection of students for theme tutorials, core modules, research modules, research seminars (the department can be as precise as it wishes about the selection procedure for course units). If a tutorial is oversubscribed, the Board of Examiners or someone on its behalf will make a selection based on the order of registration, bearing in mind the entry requirements for the course unit, the phase the student is in based on his/her study behaviour and progress, and bearing in mind the provisions of Article A student admitted later may have missed no more than 20% of the tutorials. See Article 7.7 of these Regulations for provisions about repeats for tutorials. 4. With regard to the following course units, successful participation in the activities of the course unit comprises active participation in 80% of the tutorials as set out in Article 6.2.1, and passing the relevant examination: n/a Section 7 Examinations and final assessment of the degree programme Article 7.1 General 1. Examinations, both interim and final, provide students with the information they need to assess whether they have achieved or will achieve the required learning outcomes. This will help them with their further participation in the degree programme in question. 2. The results of an examination are given as pass or fail, in whole numbers on a scale of 1 to 10, expressed as 6 or above or 5 or below, respectively. Article 7.2 Compulsory registration and order of the examinations Compulsory registration for the examinations Before taking an examination, students must register online via ProgRESS WWW. The registration period is listed in the lecture timetable every year. If a student is not able to register in time due to force majeure, a limited post-registration possibility is available. The details of this regulation will be published annually in good time Compulsory order of examinations 1. The course units listed below and their related examinations may not be taken before the examinations for the associated course units have been passed, or, if explicitly stated, the course units have been satisfactorily followed: Propaedeutic phase: n/a Post-propaedeutic phase: No. Course unit No. After passing course unit 8 Visual Arts and Identity 3 Visual Arts: Visual Arts: Studio, Museum, Public 2 Visual Arts: 1800-Present 18 Visual Arts: The Art Market 9 Visual Arts: Topics in the 19 th Century Visual Arts BA Thesis or Architecture and Urban Development BA Thesis 15 8 Visual Arts: Studio, Museum, Public 60 ECTS from years 2-3, including at least: 1) Visual Arts and Identity 2) 1x10 ECTS course unit or 2x5 ECTS course units from year 3, within the BA thesis specialization (VA Modern, VA Older Periods, A&UP) 26 Visual Arts Neth : Art 8 Visual Arts and Identity Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 12

13 Article 7.3 Examination frequency and periods 1. There will be an opportunity to sit the examinations for the course units listed in Articles 3.1 and 6.1 twice per academic year. 2. Contrary to the provisions of Article 7.3.1, the opportunity to sit an examination for a course unit that has not been taught in a certain academic year shall only be provided once in that year. 3. If these Regulations do not state the number of times per academic year that an examination may be taken for a particular course unit, because that course unit is not taught by the degree programme, then the relevant Teaching and Examination Regulations for that course unit will apply. Article 7.4 Form of examinations 1. The course units listed in Articles 3.1 and 6.1 will only be tested by a written examination, with the exception of the following course units: a. Propaedeutic phase: n/a b. Post-propaedeutic phase: n/a 2. At the student s written request, the Board of Examiners may allow an examination to be taken in a form different from that stated in Article The Board of Examiners may also grant exemption from active participation in the course unit. In such cases, the Board of Examiners will require these activities to be performed in a different way that it will determine. 3. Students with a performance disability will be given the opportunity to take examinations in a form that will compensate as far as possible for their individual disability. If necessary, the Board of Examiners will seek expert advice on this matter. 4. If a type of examination is not listed for a course unit in these Regulations, because the course unit concerned a subject not taught in the programme, then the relevant Teaching and Examination Regulations for that course unit will apply. Article 7.5 Oral examinations 1. Unless the Board of Examiners decides otherwise, an oral examination may only be taken by one student at a time. 2. Oral examinations are public, unless the Board of Examiners or the examiner stipulates otherwise or the student objects to the public nature of the examination. 3. An oral examination will be recorded in written, analogue or digital form. The presence of a second examiner is required if the recording is in written form. Article 7.6 Partial examinations 1. If a course unit is divided into several sub-units, each of which is worth at least 5 ECTS, the final mark will be the weighted average of the marks (not rounded off) gained in the partial examinations. Partial marks lower than 5 are not permitted. Only the results of partial examinations with their own ProgRESS code will be published on ProgRESS WWW. Partial marks without codes will be placed on Nestor. 2. With regard to the following course units, the ECTS credit points linked to the course unit will be awarded once all the partial examinations have been passed. The type of partial examination as well as the weighting factor to determine the final mark will be set out in the degree programme s examination plan. No. Course unit Number of ECTS after passing all partial examinations 2 Visual Arts: 1800-Present 10 3 Visual Arts: 1300 to Architectural History: Modernity, Modernisms 10 Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 13

14 6 Visual Arts: Modern, Post-modern and Contemporary Art 10 7 Visual Arts: Questioning Old Masterpieces 10 Article 7.7 Repeats of tutorials 1. If the examination and the resit are not passed, students in principle need only retake the examination. However, if the material in the tutorial for the following year is significantly different, students must retake the tutorial. 2. If a tutorial is not rounded off with an examination, a second chance to pass the activities linked to the tutorial will occur no later than the semester following the regular tutorial. If the second chance to pass the activities also fails, the student must retake the tutorial. Article 7.8 Examination procedure 1. The length of the examination depends on the nature of the examination and will be set by the Board of Examiners. 2. The invigilator will provide all paper for the exam answers. No other paper may be used. 3. All required personal details must be filled in clearly and completely on the answer sheets. 4. Whether or not the exam papers and draft answer sheets may be taken home after the exam will be decided by the responsible lecturer and/or the invigilator on his/her behalf. 5. Students who are late will only be admitted to the examination hall up to half an hour after the examination starts. Students are not allowed to leave the examination room during this first half hour. 6. Students may not visit the toilet during the first or last half hour of the exam. 7. Students are not allowed to communicate with each other or to exchange paper or other materials. 8. Mobile phones must be switched off and may not be taken to the toilet. 9. Laptops, PDAs or other pocket computers may not be taken into the examination hall. 10. Students sign in for the exam when handing in the exam scripts to the invigilator. 11. Students must follow all the instructions of the invigilators before, during and immediately after the examination. If they do not, they may be excluded from further participation. However, students will always be given the chance to put their case. Being excluded means that no result will be recorded for the examination. 12. If a student hinders the progress of the examination by bad behaviour and continues with this behaviour after a warning, the invigilator has the right to ban that student from further participation in the examination. Article 7.9 The examination procedure for students with a performance disability Article 7.8 also applies in its entirety to students with a performance disability, bearing in mind that students with a recognized performance disability may be eligible for special examination facilities, for example extra time to sit the exam, equipment to take the exam (such as a laptop that has been examined by or on behalf of the University) or other measures approved by the Board of Examiners. Article 7.10 Thesis 1. The thesis will be assessed by an examiner appointed by the Board of Examiners, i.e. the supervising lecturer. 2. In principle, a student who is following two degree programmes must submit a separate thesis for each programme. 3. A thesis may only be written in a language other than Dutch if the Board of Examiners has given permission to do so. Article 7.11 Cheating and plagiarism 1. Cheating is an act or omission by the examinee designed to partly or wholly hinder the forming of a correct assessment of his or her knowledge, understanding and skills. Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 14

15 2. Plagiarism is defined as: a. the use of the ideas and phrases of others without reference to the source b. the inclusion in the argument of a translation or paraphrase of texts written by someone else c. the submission of the same or similar written assignments for different course units 3. In the event of cheating during an examination, the examiner may ban the examinee from further participation in the examination. 4. In the event of cheating during an examination, the Board of Examiners may decide to ban the examinee from participating in that examination for a period it will determine. This period will be no more than one year. 5. In the event of plagiarism during a practical exercise, the Board of Examiners may decide to ban the examinee from participating in the practical exercise for a period it will determine. This period will be no more than one year. 6. In some cases of plagiarism, the Board of Examiners may decide to pass the decision on to the Faculty Plagiarism Committee. 7. The Board of Examiners will make a decision concerning a ban based on the written report by the invigilator of the cheating discovered by him/her, and after hearing the examinee s side of the story. 8. The Board of Examiners/Faculty Plagiarism Committee will make a decision concerning a ban based on the written report by the examiner about the cheating or plagiarism discovered by him/her, and after hearing the examinee s side of the story. 9. A ban means that no result will be awarded for the examination or practical exercise in question. 10. The Board of Examiners/Faculty Plagiarism Committee will inform the Faculty Board of all instances of cheating and/or plagiarism. Article 7.12 Marking of examinations and publication of marks 1. The normal maximum time permitted for marking examinations in the first year of the Bachelor s phase is ten working days after the day of the examination or the day a written assignment is handed in. 2. The exams for the second and third years must also be marked within ten working days, but in the case of an examination with essay questions taken by more than 50 students, this term may be extended to fifteen working days. 3. If the time remaining between an examination/written assignment and modification of the study planning is less than 10 or 15 working days respectively, the examination or written assignment must be marked at least one day before the planning module in ProgRESS WWW closes. 4. Contrary to the provisions of Article , an examiner will decide the mark of an oral examination immediately on completion of the examination, and will provide the student with the relevant written confirmation. 5. The written confirmation of the results of an examination will inform students of their right of inspection, as stipulated in Article , as well as of the possibility of an appeal to the Board of Appeal for Examinations. 6. A course unit or an examination that has been passed may not be taken again. 7. If an examination is taken in a form other than oral or written, the Board of Examiners will determine in advance how and when students will receive written confirmation of the result. Article 7.13 Validity 1. Course units that have been passed will remain valid for a maximum of six years from the moment the course unit was passed. The marks from partial examinations are only valid in the academic year in which the course unit was started. 2. Contrary to the provisions of Article , the Board of Examiners may decide to recognize a course unit passed more than six years previously if the material learned is still relevant, or require the student to take a supplementary or substitute examination before allowing that student to progress to the final assessment. Article 7.14 Right of inspection Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 15

16 1. On request, students have the right to inspect their marked work during a period of at least six weeks after the results of a written examination have been made known. Also on request, they will be provided with a copy of the work at cost price. 2. Within the timeframe stipulated in Article , any person may request that they be allowed to peruse the examination paper and the assessment criteria. 3. The Board of Examiners can determine that this inspection or perusal will take place at a certain place and at two set times at least. If the person concerned can show that they were prevented by force majeure from attending at the indicated places and times, they will be offered another opportunity, if possible within the period stated in Article Article 7.15 Exemptions 1. At a student s request, the Board of Examiners, having discussed the matter with the examiner in question, may grant exemption from an examination on condition that the student: a. has completed part of a university or higher vocational degree that is equivalent in content and level b. or can demonstrate by work experience that he/she has sufficient knowledge and skills with respect to the course unit in question. 2. The Board of Examiners may grant a student s request for exemption from the propaedeutic phase if the student has a certificate that in the opinion of the Board of Examiners is at least equivalent to the propaedeutic certificate. If the certificate is one awarded outside the Netherlands, exemption will not be granted unless proof is provided of sufficient mastery of Dutch to successfully follow the degree programme. Article 7.16 Final assessment 1. Students who have passed all the examinations for a degree programme, or have satisfied the requirements for all parts of the programme approved by the Board of Examiners, must apply for the certificate no later than four weeks after doing so. The examination date entered on the certificate by the Board of Examiners is the date on which the student is deemed by the Board to have satisfied the final assessment requirements. 2. If the student applies for the certificate after the period specified in Article , the examination date entered on the certificate shall be the date on which the student is deemed by the Board of Examiners to have satisfied all the examination requirements, even if the date on which the Board takes this decision is in a subsequent academic year and the student is required to register for that year. 3. The Board of Examiners meets three times a year to decide whether students have fulfilled the requirements of the propaedeutic phase. 4. The Board of Examiners meets ten times a year to decide whether students have fulfilled the requirements of the Bachelor s degree programme. 5. Students who have followed two degree programmes must have taken and passed separate course units covering at least 50% of the study programme in order to gain degrees for both programmes (see also Article of these Regulations). Article 7.17 Degree 1. Students who pass the final assessment are awarded the degree Bachelor of Arts. 2. The degree awarded shall be registered on the degree certificate. Article 7.18 Honours ( judicium ) 1. The Board of Examiners shall determine whether or not the Bachelor s degree certificate will be awarded an honours predicate. 2. The following conditions apply: a) The mark for the thesis must satisfy the following minimum conditions: Cum laude: the mark for the thesis must be at least 8.0 Summa cum laude: the mark for the thesis must be at least 9.0 Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 16

17 b) The weighted average (not rounded off) for all course units, excluding the thesis, within the examination programme approved by the Board of Examiners is greater than or equal to 8.0 for Cum laude greater than or equal to 9.0 for Summa cum laude 3. No honours are awarded if the student workload of the exemptions in ECTS credit points is more than half the total number of ECTS for the degree programme. 4. Honours may only be awarded if the examinations for the course units were taken only once. 5. Honours may only be awarded if no single course unit was awarded a mark less than In certain circumstances, the Board of Examiners may depart from the provisions set out in Articles Students who started the degree programme before 1 September 2010 continue to fall under the honours regulations that applied to them on 31 August Section 8 Entry requirements Article 8.1 Entry requirements The four VWO profiles, Culture and Society (CM), Economics and Society (EM), Nature and Health (NG) and Nature and Technology (NT), all grant admission to the degree programme. Holders of an old style VWO diploma or a HBO propaedeutic certificate will also be admitted automatically. Article 8.2 Educational deficiencies 1. Deficiencies in educational qualifications in the subjects listed below may be compensated for by passing the relevant examinations at the level of the VWO final examination to the satisfaction of the Board of Examiners: n/a 2. Under certain circumstances, the Board of Examiners can request a university lecturer in the relevant subject to arrange one or more examinations. Article 8.3 Language of instruction 1. In accordance with Article 7.2 of the Higher Education and Research Act (WHW), the course units will be taught and the examinations set in Dutch. Notwithstanding the provisions of the previous sentence, a different language may be employed if: a. it is a degree programme concerning that language b. it concerns teaching provided within the framework of a visiting lectureship or by a lecturer who does not speak Dutch c. the specific nature, design or quality of the teaching or the origins of the students necessitate this, in accordance with the code of behaviour drawn up by the board of the institution. 2. The Dutch language proficiency requirement will be met by passing the Dutch State Exam NT2 (Dutch as a Second Language). Article 8.4 Equivalent qualifications The Board of Examiners may grant admission to the holder of a certificate of competence to follow university education issued by a foreign institute of education in order to follow the propaedeutic phase, notwithstanding the provisions of Article 8.1. If the teaching and the examinations are in Dutch, admission will not be granted until proof is provided that a sufficient level of Dutch has been reached to successfully follow the degree programme. Article 8.5 Colloquium Doctum 1. The admissions procedure referred to in Article 7.29 of the WHW covers the following: Dutch, English and, depending on the choice of the applicant, History or German. Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 17

18 2. The Faculty has separate Colloquium Doctum (entrance examination) regulations governing the admissions procedure. The Colloquium Doctum regulations form part of these Regulations. Section 9 supervision Registration for course units and study progress Article 9.1 Registration for course units 1. All registered students must specify the course units they wish to follow in ProgRESS WWW before the academic year begins. The period during which students can register is set annually by the Faculty. In principle, students can register for up to 40 ECTS credit points per semester. Exceptions are only possible after discussion with the study advisor of the programme in question. 2. Course unit registration for new students for a predetermined propaedeutic programme will be performed by the Office for Student Affairs. Students must register themselves for the Minors in the second semester of the propaedeutic phase. 3. The course unit registration of new students for a bridging programme, of non-arts students or students with other qualifications must be sent in writing to the Office for Student Affairs before 1 September. The Office for Student Affairs will enter the registration into ProgRESS WWW. Article 9.2 Study progress administration 1. The Faculty Board is responsible for registering the individual results of students. 2. Students can consult their study results online via ProgRESS WWW. 3. Students may request a certified printout of their study results from the Office for Student Affairs. Article 9.3 Study progress supervision The Faculty Board is responsible for the introduction and the study progress supervision of students registered for the degree programme, also with a view to potential study options within and outside the degree programme. Section 10 Transitional and final provisions Article 10.1 Amendments 1. Any amendments to these Regulations will, after due consultation with the degree programme advisory committee and the Faculty Council, be confirmed by the Faculty Board in a separate decree. 2. An amendment to these Regulations shall not apply to the current academic year, unless it may reasonably be assumed that the amendment will not harm the interests of students. 3. In addition, amendments may not influence any decision concerning a student taken by the Board of Examiners under these Regulations to the detriment of students. Article 10.2 Publication 1. The Faculty Board shall duly publish these Regulations, any rules and guidelines formulated by the Board of Examiners, and any amendments to these documents. 2. Copies of the documents referred to in Article are available from the Faculty Office. Article 10.3 Date of commencement These Regulations shall take effect on 1 September Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 18

19 As decreed by the Faculty Board on 31 August Teaching and Examination Regulations BA Art History, page 19

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