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2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Vision Statement... 4 Mission Statement... 4 Message from the Dean... 5 FACULTY OF HUMANITIES AND EDUCATION... 6 Faculty Structure... 6 Staff Listing - Office of the Dean... 7 Definitions of Key Registration Terms... 9 General Information Faculty Regulations Regulations for the Licentiate in Theology and Degree of BA (Theology) STUDENT PRIZES Course Listing - Bachelor of Arts Programmes Film Geography Mathematics Course Descriptions Journalism Certificate Courses (Not Offered 2014/2015) Film Programme Courses Geography Courses Mathematics Courses CROSS DEPARTMENTAL PROGRAMMES Majors, Specials/Double Majors Major in African and Asian Studies Major in English Language and Literature with Education (ELLE) Major in Latin American Studies UNIVERSITY / FOUNDATION COURSES Staff Listing Course Listing Bachelor of Arts Programmes...25 Foundation Courses...25 OFFICE OF THE DEAN Certificates Certificate in Journalism...31 Degree Programmes - Majors, Specials / Double Majors BA Programme in Film...31 Major in Film Studies...31 Special in Film Studies...32 Major in Film Production...32 Special in Film Production...33 Major in Geography...33 Major in Mathematics...33 Minors Minor in Film Studies...34 Course Listing - Certificate Programme Journalism...34 CENTRE FOR LANGUAGE LEARNING Staff Listing CLL - Courses CLL Course Listing CLL Course Descriptions Chinese (Mandarin) French Japanese Spanish English as a Foreign Language (EFL) DEPARTMENT OF CREATIVE AND FESTIVAL ARTS Staff Listing Certificate Programmes Certificate in Carnival Arts Certificate in Dance and Dance Education Certificate in Music Certificates in Theatre Arts Practitioner s Certificate in Drama/ Theatre in Education Certificate in Technical Theatre Production Certificate in Visual Arts

3 Degree Programmes Majors, Specials / Double Majors Major in Carnival Studies...77 Major in Dance...77 Special in Musical Arts...78 Major in Theatre Arts...79 Special in Visual Arts...79 Minors Minor in Cultural Studies...80 Minor in Music...80 Minor in Theatre Arts...80 Bachelor of Arts Programmes - Course Listings Carnival Studies...81 Music...81 Theatre Arts...81 Visual Arts...81 Certificate Programmes - Course Descriptions Carnival Arts...82 Dance and Dance Education...84 Certificate in Music...85 Practitioner's Certificate in Drama / Theatre-in- Education...88 Technical Theatre Production...90 Visual Arts...91 Degree Programmes - Course Descriptions Carnival Studies Courses...93 Dance Courses...95 Music Courses...98 Theatre Arts Courses Visual Arts Courses DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY Staff Listing Majors, Specials / Double Majors Course Listing Major in History Special in History Minors Minor in History Bachelor of Arts Programmes Course Listing History Philosophy Course Descriptions History Courses Philosophy Courses DEPARTMENT OF LITERARY, CULTURAL AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES Staff Listing Degree Programmes Majors, Specials/ Double Majors Course Listing Major in Communication Studies Major in Literatures in English Minor in Communication Studies Minor in Literatures in English Bachelor of Arts Programmes Course Listing Communication Studies Literatures in English Degree Programmes Course Descriptions Communication Studies Courses Literatures in English Courses DEPARTMENT OF MODERN LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTICS Staff Listing Certificate Programmes Diploma in Caribbean Sign Language Interpreting Professional Development in TESOL Certificate (and Minor) in Speech and Language Pathology Degree Programmes Majors, Specials/ Double Majors Course Listing Major in French Major in Linguistics Major in Spanish Major in Speech and Language Science Minors Minor in Brazilian Studies Minor in Caribbean Sign Language Minor in French Minor in French

4 Minor in Gender Studies Minor in Linguistics Minor in Spanish Minor in Speech and Language Pathology Bachelor of Arts Programmes Course Listing French Language and Literature Hindi Language Linguistics Portuguese Language and Brazilian Studies Spanish Language and Hispanic Literature Degree Programmes Course Descriptions French Literature Courses Gender Studies Courses Hindi Language Courses Linguistics Courses Portuguese Language Courses Brazilian Studies Courses Spanish Language Courses Hispanic Literature Courses Speech and Language Science Courses SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Staff Listing General Information School of Education Library Certificate Programmes: Regulations Certificate in Education Certificate in Education (Early Childhood Care and Development) Certificate in The Art and Science of Coaching Diploma in Health Visiting Bachelor of Education Primary (General) Bachelor of Education Primary (Specializations) Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Care and Education) Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) Educational Administration Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) - Language Arts Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) - Mathematics Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) - Science Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) Social Studies Bachelor of Education Online Primary (Language Arts) Bachelor of Education Physical Education Outreach Programmes Parenting and the Preschooler Parenting and the Special Child Health, Nutrition and Safety of the Young Child: Ages THEOLOGY SEMINARY OF ST JOHN VIANNEY AND THE UGANDA MARTYRS Staff Listing Bachelor of Arts Programmes Theology Course Descriptions Theology Courses APPENDIX 1 UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS ON PLAGIARISM PLAGIARISM DECLARATION

5 VISION STATEMENT An internationally recognized and respected Caribbean centre for excellence in the development of the peoples of the region through academic programmes and activities in the Humanities and Education. MISSION STATEMENT The Faculty will engage in teaching, research, outreach and creative production in the Humanities and Education, in an environment in which individuals can develop the human values, linguistic competence, and professional skills and abilities that are relevant to the needs of the region. 4

6 MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN Welcome to the Faculty of the Humanities and Education. This will be your home in many senses for the next three or four years. We encourage you to get to know us and we look forward to getting to know you all. Each year group will leave its own stamp on our Departments, Faculty and indeed the University. We encourage you to grow in your chosen discipline/s as well as to explore some of the many opportunities we provide to gain some insight into new areas. In our Faculty we all share a way of seeing the world which makes us a family with a gene pool with many variations but bounded together with a unique code. When you join us you become part of the creation of dynamic, people centered, and Caribbean centric perspectives. At registration you are therefore signing up for much more than specific courses, it is at this point that you begin to play your own part in making your distinctive contribution to the contemporary Caribbean. You then add to this as you grow within your fields every year. The disciplines in the Faculty of Humanities and Education will be central to dealing with the challenges confronting us in these contemporary times not only in the areas of policy formulation and research, but also for personal, community and societal development. We represent the soul of the nation. I therefore see our Faculty as critical to the future of the Caribbean. The Faculty of Humanities and Education holds the key to the understanding of our people, culture and heritage. We do this through our music, dance, literature, films, languages, education of the nation and history. These areas which have been viewed traditionally as soft are in fact hard. We often do not realize that they perform the crucial role of building our foundation. The challenge for the future is for us to take our rightful place in developmental plans. Thus, research in these areas, as well as the critical area of dissemination of findings, must be central to our future development plans. These are also the areas in which the Caribbean has in the past led the rest of the world, and must do so again in the future. We therefore welcome you and we are extremely pleased that you have decided to join us. You are now part of this legacy and vision. Dr. Heather Cateau DEAN 5

7 FACULTY OF HUMANITIES AND EDUCATION Faculty Structure FACULTY of HUMANITIES & EDUCATION Office of the Dean School of Humanities School of Education Departments and Centres: Department of Creative and Festival Arts Department of History Department of Literary, Cultural and Communication Studies Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics Centre for Language Learning (CLL) Departments and Centres: Educational Foundations and Teacher Education Educational Research and Development Family Development and Children s Research Centre, (FDCRC) Continuing Professional Development and Outreach Unit 6

8 Staff Listing - Office of the Dean FACULTY OFFICE CAMPUS DEANS Dr. Heather Cateau Campus Dean St. Augustine Ext Professor Pedro Welch Campus Dean - Cave Hill Dr. Swithin Wilmot Campus Dean - Mona DEPUTY DEANS Mr. Tyrone Ali Deputy Dean, Student Affairs Dr. Margaret Cain Deputy Dean, Programming and Planning Dr. John Campbell Deputy Dean, Distance and Outreach Dr. Elizabeth Walcott-Hackshaw Deputy Dean, Graduate Studies and Research ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Thomas-Allain, Nardia Tel: Ext ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS Broomes-Julien, Alicia Senior Administrative Assistant (Student Affairs) Tel: Ext Bridgewater, Petal Administrative Assistant (Human Resources, Facilities, Timetable and Equipment) Tel: Ext Rocke, Wenda Senior Administrative Assistant (Deputy Deans: Programming and Planning, Distance and Outreach, Graduate Studies and Research, Faculty Prizes and other Events) Tel: Ext SECRETARY TO THE DEAN Reid, Kathleen Tel: Ext FACULTY CLERKS Zara Weekes-Rhyzer Student Matters Faculty Clerk Tel: Ext Lara, Sonia Faculty Clerk Tel: Ext Howard, Naomi AV Technician Tel: Ext Faculty Clerk Tel: Ext , OFFICE ATTENDANTS Badal, Pooran Office Attendant Tel: Ext Maharaj, Reshe Office Attendant Tel: Ext Harry, Kevon Messenger Tel: Ext FACILITIES TECHNICIANS Patron, Vincent Faculty Facilities Technician CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE STAFF Henry-Browne, Keyana Cleaner Jones-Telemaque, Crystal Cleaner Louis-Brown, Kathleen Cleaner Moreno, Marlene Cleaner 7

9 FILM PROGRAMME Meir, Christopher Lecturer in Film BA (SUNY at Buffalo) MA (Concordia University) PhD (University of Warwick) Tel: Ext Ojoade, Oyetayo PC/Mac Network Support Technician Tel: Ext. Poon Chong, Dina Technical Assistant Tel: Ext. Ramesar, Yao Lecture in Film / Programme Coordinator BA, MFA. (Howard University) Tel: Ext. Ramsewak, Kivonne Technical Assistant Seenath, Nareeba Secretary Tel: Ext. PROGRAMME COORDINATORS IN THE OFFICE OF THE DEAN BA Film Programme Mr. Yao Ramesar Film Building #12 Carmody Street St. Augustine Tel: Ext. MODERATORS Caribbean Studies Project Dr. Lovell Francis Department of History Faculty Office, Ground Floor, School of Humanities Tel: Ext COURSE COORDINATORS Caribbean Civilisation Dr. John Campbell Department of History Faculty Office, Ground Floor, School of Humanities Tel: Ext. Foundation English Language Mr. Tyrone Ali Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics Faculty Office, Ground Floor, School of Humanities Room 6 Tel: Ext ADMISSIONS SECTION (Undergraduate) Ms. Chandra Ragoonath Senior Administrative Assistant Tel: Ext (Graduate Studies) Ms. Vanessa Duncan Administrative Assistant Tel: Ext Ms. Karen Edwards-Sheppard Faculty Clerk/Humanities and Education Tel: Ext EXAMINATIONS SECTION Mr. Andre Greaves Administrative Assistant Tel: Ext Mr. Barry Hazel Faculty Clerk/Humanities and Education Tel: Ext OFFICE HOURS During the academic year, the Faculty Office and Departmental Offices are open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 8

10 Definitions of Key Registration Terms Academic Year: Academic Advising: Award of Honours: Co-requisite: Core Courses: Course Code: August 1st - July 31 st All new students are required to attend academic advising sessions that are organised and advertised by the Faculty and University. At these sessions students will be guide about the requirements for the award of degrees, the selection of courses and other Student matters. Returning students are strongly advised to attend these sessions to ensure that they are on the right track towards graduation. Awards assessed on the student s performance in all credits gained from Level II and Level III courses, inclusive of Caribbean Studies Project and exclusive of Foundation Courses. A course which must be taken along with another specific course, in order to ensure the attainment of the complementary and/or independent competencies. Courses that are compulsory in the degree programme concerned. A letter number and numeric combination used to identify a course eg. HIST The letter part of the code identifies the subject area (eg. HIST - HISTORY), while the first digit of the number part of the code identifies the level of the course (eg level 2). Credit/Credit Hrs: Credits and Exemptions: Exemptions Only: Free Electives: Full-Time study: The University s way of measuring work towards a degree. To graduate, a student must complete a minimum number of credits/credit hours. A student may be granted credits for courses completed and passed in other UWI programmes or at other recognised institutions. Permission must be obtained from the Faculty. These courses will be recorded as pass (CR) on the Student s academic records. Students are not required to repeat these courses. Students may be allowed to replace courses that are required for a programme with other courses on the basis of having either already completed and passed the same courses or courses with similar content in another UWI programme or in a programme from another recognised institution. In these cases students will be required to replace the exempted courses with other courses approved by the Faculty. Courses that are optional in the degree programme concerned. A student who is registered for not more than 15 and not less than 12 credits per semester. Full-time students may take employment for not more than 12 hours per week without loosing their full-time status. Teaching and Research Assistants shall be registered as Full Time Students. 9

11 G.P.A.: Part Time Study: Plagiarism: Pre-requisite: Matriculation: Major: Minor: Semester: Special: Summer School/Session: Grade Point Average is the average obtained by dividing the total grade points earned by the total quality of hours for which the student is registered for any stated period of time, excluding hours on the foundation courses, audited courses and courses taken for preliminary credits. A student who is employed for more than 12 hours per week must be registered as a Part Time student and shall register for no more than 9 credits per semester. A form of cheating (see Faculty Regulation 11 g (xii) for more information) A course which must be passed before the course for which it is required may be pursued The process of enrolment into the University An area of study that requires a specific number of credits including prescribed courses from Levels I, II and III from a single discipline. A specific number of credits (usually 15 or 18) including prescribed courses from Levels II and III from a single discipline. Half-year term in a school year - normally a 13 week period of instruction. A prescribed combination of courses offered which leads to a degree. Optional period of study governed by Summer School Regulations. This period of study is normally held from May to July per year. The courses offered in the Summer Session are not always the same from year to year. General Information FINANCIAL STANDING WITH THE UNIVERSITY Students who are not in good financial standing with the University will not be provided by the University with records or certificates of their work at the University. Such students who leave the University without making adequate arrangements to put themselves in good standing will not be given the University s diplomas or certificates for degree or other courses until they have satisfied the University in this respect. In good financial standing means that all debts owed by the student to the University are fully paid or arrangements for their payment, satisfactory to the University, have been made. OUT-OF-CLASS LEARNING 1. The Co-curricular Credits programme is an integral part of the official credit system at undergraduate level at The University of the West Indies. It provides students with valuable opportunities for skill development in areas not available in their core programme. These courses are designed to help students become wellrounded graduates - prepared for their role in society and in the workplace. At the St. Augustine Campus, Co-curricular credits are currently awarded for involvement in the following courses: LEVEL 1 COCR 1001 Minding SPEC: Exploring Sports, Physical Education and Health & Wellness 3 COCR 1012 Workplace Protocol for Students 3 COCR 1013 Financial Literacy and Training 3 COCR 1030 Technology Literacy 3 COCR 1031 Managing My High (MY High): Alcohol, Drugs and Addictive Behaviours 2 COCR 1032 Living and Learning: Professional development through community service 2 COCR 1033 Mind the Gap: Towards COCR 1034 Psychological Health & Wellness 1 Public Speaking and Voice Training: Towards a More Confident You 3 Microsoft Office 2013 COCR1025 Microsoft Word 2 COCR1026 Microsoft Excel 2 COCR1027 Microsoft PowerPoint 2 COCR1028 Microsoft Outlook 2 COCR1029 Microsoft Access 2 10

12 All co-curricular course codes begin with COCR. Visit for course descriptions and registration instructions. New courses are to be introduced so keep checking the website for updates during the academic year. You can also speak with your Faculty COCR coordinators for help with course selection and for answers to questions related to the COCR Programme. You will find their names and contact information at the co-curricular website at: or check your faculty office. Think you won t have time for co-curricular courses? Visit for the official timetable to see how you can work a COCR course into your schedule! WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO ENROLL IN AT LEAST ONE CO- CURRICULAR COURSE or CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITY AS PART OF YOUR PROGRAMME AT UWI ST. AUGUSTINE CAMPUS Q. Why should I register for Co-curricular Credits? A. Co-curricular credits are awarded for activities designed to cultivate a range of skills essential to creating well-rounded students prepared for the world. Q. Who is eligible for Co-curricular credits? A. Co-curricular courses are open to all Undergraduate students. Q. What is a Co-curricular course? A. Co-curricular courses are offered for credits and can be taken alongside your traditional elective courses, or as an alternative to an elective. They cannot replace your core course requirements. Co-curricular courses are optional. Q. How are Co-curricular courses graded? A. Co-curricular courses are graded as PASS or FAIL and are reflected on your transcript as PASS (P) or NOT PASS (NP). Q. How do I register for Co-curricular activity? A. Please visit for a list of all Co-curricular Courses available and a list of steps to register for Co-curricular activities. Co-Curricular Credits: Regulations a. For the purposes of these Regulations, co-curricular credit means credit earned by a student in pursuance of some activity or programme of activities that is not part of the academic programme of a Department or Faculty of the University or is not undertaken by a student as part of the academic programme of a Department or Faculty, but which activity or programme of activities is recognised by the University as contributing to the overall personal, cultural, social and intellectual development of students and is approved by Academic Board under Regulation v below. b. Participation in activities for co-curricular credits is optional. However, wherever students have chosen to participate in any recognised co-curricular activity or programme of activities for credit, they shall be eligible for a maximum of three (3) credits as part of the credits required for the degree. c. Students who successfully complete any co-curricular activity or programme of activities for more than three (3) credits shall have additional credits recorded on their transcripts. d. Co-curricular credits shall not be taken into account in the determination of class of degree. e. All co-curricular activities/programmes for which credits are being sought shall be approved by Academic Board on the recommendation of any Campus Committee which Academic Board may recognise as having responsibility for co-curricular programmes. f. Registration for co-curricular credits in each case must be approved in advance by the Faculty Board and by the member of the Senior Administrative staff appointed or designated as Director of Student Services or Dean of Students, as the case may be, at the Campus. g. The grading of co-curricular activities shall be pass/fail. Co-Curricular Credits - FAQ The Co-curricular Programme offered at the St. Augustine Campus allows you to choose from a range of non-academic courses that help you to acquire characteristics to excel in life in the 21st century. These courses are very practical in nature and help you to develop attributes which are critical for your success. 2. UWI Mentorship Programme For information please visit Student Advisory Services. 3. Exchange / Study Abroad Programme Students majoring in Foreign Language programmes are encouraged to travel to countries in which these languages are spoken and to participate in approved programmes at recognised institutions. The University offers some support for such travel to Level II students who maintain a B average. Interested students must observe the deadline for application and (non-refundable) down payment. This information will be posted on the Faculty notice 11

13 board in Semester I. For more information please visit the International Office or contact the Office at Ext or THE MID-YEAR (SUMMER) PROGRAMME The Mid-year (Summer) programme is offered every year from May to July. Course offerings are advertised every year and may vary from year to year. For more information on course offerings, dates and schedules please visit the Faculty Office, Second Floor, School of Humanities Building or contact the Faculty Office at extension STUDENT FACILITIES 1. Academic Advising Programme 2. Student Representation on Faculty Board 3. Student Societies a) Asosyasyon Kwéyòl - For information please visit the Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics b) Communications Society for information please visit the Department of Literary, Cultural & Communication Studies c) History Society For information please visit the Department of History d) Linguistics Society For information please visit the Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics e) La Société Française - For information please visit the Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics f) Sociedad(e) Latinoamericana - For information please visit the Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics ACADEMIC SUPPORT/DISABILITIES LIAISON UNIT (ASDLU) The Unit is the first and most important stop for high quality academic support for the diverse populations of students throughout the University including full-time, part-time and evening students, international students, student athletes and students with special needs (disabilities). other areas. No student of The UWI will be discriminated against on the basis of having special needs. Sharing your needs before registration will enable us to serve you better as a part of the Campus community. Academic Support Services for ALL STUDENTS Educational Assessment LADS (dyslexia) LASSI (Study Skills) Time Management Examinations Strategies Workload Management Career Planning Study Skills Peer Tutoring How do I register at ASDLU? Visit ASDLU to make an appointment to meet the Coordinator. Complete the required registration form. Students with disabilities must submit a medical report from a qualified medical professional. An assessment of the student s needs will be conducted. The required assistance will be provided. All Students experiencing academic challenges should communicate with Ms. Jacqueline Huggins, Coordinator, Academic Support/Disabilities Liaison Unit, south of The Alma Jordan Library. Tel: Exts 83921, 83923, 83866, Hours: 8: 30 am- 4:30 pm Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:30 am 6:00 pm Tuesday & Thursday to accommodate Part-time and Evening students. Registration forms are available at the office or from the website at Support Services for STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS (Temporary and Permanent)~ Provision of Aids and Devices such as laptops, USB drives, tape recorders and special software. Special Accommodations for Examinations Classroom Accommodations Academic Support Liaison with Faculties and Departments Students with special needs should make contact before or during registration. Every effort will be made to facilitate your on-campus requirements in terms of mobility, accommodation, coursework, examinations, and 12

14 Faculty Regulations QUALIFICATIONS FOR ADMISSION - SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES 1. Before registration, and before beginning the courses leading to the of BA degree in the Faculty, candidates must have satisfied: a. University Matriculation requirements for entry to a degree programme; b. The entry requirements of the School of Humanities and School of Education; c. Entry requirements of the particular academic departments in which they propose to take courses. 2. These three sets of requirements are as follows: a. University Matriculation See University Matriculation requirements, UWI Calendar, Vol. II b. Faculty Requirements Where the University Matriculation regulations refer to approved subjects (Regulations 4, 5, 6, 7), only one of the following subjects in the list may be counted towards entry in the School of Humanities: Health Science, Human Anatomy, Hygiene and Physiology, Rural Biology, Technical Drawing, CAPE Communication Studies and Caribbean Studies c. Departmental Requirements For entry to other Level I courses, either a Grade I or II CSEC (CXC) General or a BGCSE/ GCE O Level pass or the equivalent CAPE Pass in the subject and a departmental test, or a pass in the Beginners course. ART Departmental interview and portfolio presentation. CARNIVAL STUDIES no additional requirements. COMMUNICATION STUDIES no additional requirements. LITERATURES IN ENGLISH normally a pass at Grade I or II CSEC (CXC) General or a good BGCSE/ GCE O Level pass or the equivalent CAPE Pass in English Literature B. FILM Departmental interview and portfolio presentation. FRENCH A departmental test or a minimum Grade 3 average at CAPE GEOGRAPHY Grade I or II CSEC (CXC General or a BGCSE/ GCE O Level pass or the equivalent CAPE Pass in Geography. HINDI no requirements. HISTORY normally a good GCE O Level pass or Grade I or II CSEC (CXC) General/ BGCSE in or the equivalent CAPE Pass in History. LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES no additional requirements. LINGUISTICS no additional requirement but a strong background in English or Modern Languages preferred. MANAGEMENT STUDIES no additional requirements, but preference will be given to applicants with GCE O Level or Grade I or II CSEC (CXC) General/ BGCSE in Mathematics. MASS COMMUNICATIONS interview and/or departmental test. MATHEMATICS M080 or GCE A Level or the equivalent CAPE Pass in Mathematics or Pure Mathematics. MUSIC Grade 7 Music Theory and departmental audition. PHILOSOPHY no additional requirements. PORTUGUESE no additional requirements, but a good background in Modern Languages preferred. SPANISH as for French THEATRE no additional requirements. THEOLOGY All applicants to be interviewed by the Dean of Studies of the Seminary PRIOR to an offer of a place on the BA in Theology. 13

15 d. Specific Entry Requirements for the Majors/Specials in Creative Arts i. Two GCE A Level passes and Grade 7 in Music for Special in Musical Arts, and Audition; ii. At least a CSEC (CXC) General/ BGCSE Grade I or GCE O Level pass in Art, plus two GCE A Levels (or equivalent), and portfolio iii. presentation, for the Special in Visual Arts; Persons who obtained a B average in the Certificate in Visual Arts or the Certificate in Musical Arts can enter Year I of the BA degree programme; iv. Normal entry requirements (i.e. two GCE A Level subject passes) for the major in Theatre Arts; Carnival Studies. v. Persons who obtained a B average in the Practitioners Certificate in DIE/TIE can enter Year I of the BA degree programme in Theatre Arts, e. Entry Requirements for the Certificate in Music To be eligible for admission candidates are required to have the following qualifications: i. Theory of Music Grade III; ii. Normally possess five CSEC (CXC)/GCE/BGCSE passes including English, at CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency (Grades I or II) / BGCSE or at GCE Ordinary Level; iii. An audition and interview to be arranged by the Department of Creative and Festival Arts, UWI f. Entry requirements for the Certificate in Visual Arts; Practitioners Certificate in DIE/TIE; Certificate in Technical Theatre Production; Certificate in Dance and Dance Education. To be eligible for admission to the programme a candidate should: i. have had five years experience in any aspect of the Theatre Arts/Visual Arts/ Dance. ii. normally possess five GCE passes, including English, at O Level (or at CSEC (CXC)/ General Proficiency Grades I or II /BGCSE) and for the Certificate in Visual Arts an O Level pass in Art (or at CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency Grades I or II Grades I or II or the equivalent CAPE Pass) iii) pass an Audition / Interview Persons not satisfying the above requirements may be accepted at the discretion of the Faculty. Final selection is determined by audition and interview. QUALIFICATIONS FOR ADMISSION - SCHOOL OF EDUCATION B.ED. DEGREES 3. To be eligible for admission to these programmes, an applicant must: a. have satisfied the matriculation requirements of The University; b. have successfully completed an approved programme of training for certification as a teacher in his/her country; c. possess a level of professional experience as a teacher that is deemed satisfactory by the School of Education; d. possess any other qualification which the School may require from time to time. Successful candidates to the BEd programme who possess a UWI School of Education Certificate in one of the following: Early Childhood Education, Educational Administration, The Teaching of Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, or Social Studies, or who hold an equivalent Certificate or Associate Degree from an approved institution will experience transitional adjustments. These may include course exemptions and/or arrangements to complete outstanding courses as the School of Education may deem necessary. CATEGORIES OF COURSES/WEIGHTING 4. a. Each course is classified either as a Foundation/University Course or as a Faculty course. b. Each course is designated as appropriate to Level I, II or III, or as appropriate to more than one level. c. Beginners courses are sometimes offered in foreign languages. (See paragraph 4 below). d. Most courses will have a weighting of three (3) credits, except for some Faculty courses whose weighting varies between 1 and 6. BEGINNERS COURSES IN LANGUAGES Six credits maximum 5. a. Beginners courses may be offered in French, Spanish, Hindi, Portuguese, and any other foreign language that may be added from time to time. b. A candidate is not permitted to offer more than six Beginners credits towards the credits required for the degree. c. Qualifications: Beginners courses are open to the following persons: i. Those who have no previous knowledge of the language concerned; 14

16 ii. iii. Those who have limited knowledge of the language concerned, but no academic qualifications; Those with academic qualifications, but whose knowledge of the language is deemed by the Department concerned to be inadequate for admission to normal Level I courses. iii. A minimum of 9 credits and a maximum of 24 credits shall be for courses exclusively Level III (but not including HUMN 3099 or its substitute). II. a. on entry declare a Major, or a Special, or Double Major. (See 7f below) b. satisfy the requirements for the declared Major(s). d. A student who has successfully completed a Beginners course is eligible for admission to Level I courses in the language concerned, and its associated literature and culture at the discretion of the Head of the Department concerned. e. Students who have completed a Beginners Course may continue the study of the language concerned, and/or its literature and culture by taking the appropriate Level I Course. REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY TO AND I COURSES 6. Students are required to gain a minimum of 18 credits inclusive of pre-requisites (where they exist) for Level II and III courses before they are permitted to register for Level II/III courses. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AWARD OF DEGREES 7. In order to qualify for a degree a student must satisfy the following requirements: I. Have completed a minimum of 90 credits (normally 30 at each Level) of which: a. 12 credits shall be for Foundation/University Courses, unless otherwise specified in particular programmes. b. At least 78 credits shall be for Level I, II and III courses (not including Foundation/University Courses) of which i. a minimum of 24 and a maximum of 30 Level I credits (not including Foundation Courses) of which, (except in the case of BA Theology) normally at least 6 shall be from within the Humanities group of subjects outside of the declared Major/Special. ii. a minimum of 18 credits shall be for Level II courses (not including Foundation Courses). NOTE: Level II Courses for these purposes shall include courses designated Level II or III. III. Have attained a minimum GPA of 2.0 from Level II and III courses. 8. a. A Major or Special must be declared from among the following subjects only: BA: African and Asian Studies; Carnival Studies; Communication Studies; Dance; English Language and Literature with Education; French; Film; Geography; History; Latin American Studies; Linguistics; Literatures in English; Mathematics; Musical Arts; Spanish; Speech and Language Science; Theatre Arts; Theology; Visual Arts. BEd: General, Specializations, Early Childhood Care & Education, Primary Education: Educational Administration, Primary Education: Language Arts, Primary Education: Mathematics, Primary Education: Science, Primary Education: Social Studies, Physical Education. b. A Major is made up of a minimum of 36 credits in a single subject over the three levels. c. A Special is made up of a minimum of 54 credits in the subject over the three levels. d. Component courses in a Major or Special are determined by the Faculty Board on the recommendation of the relevant Department(s). e. Throughout the entire degree programme, no more than 30 credits (distributed so as not to exceed 12 credits in any one year of the Full-time programme) may be selected from courses other than Humanities courses, except with the special permission of the Dean. f. A student may, with the permission of the Dean, change Majors. Full-time students must do this no later than the start of their third semester of registration. Part-time students who have registered in accordance with Regulation 10 (c) below, must do so no later than the start of the fifth semester of registration, or the completion of the bulk of Level I credits, whichever is sooner. g. Extra credits gained in any Level subsequent to the original credits required for the degree at that Level cannot be substituted retroactively for the original credits. 15

17 FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME STUDENTS REQUIRED TO WITHDRAW 9. a. A student whose GPA for a given semester is less than or equal to 1.99 shall be deemed to be performing unsatisfactorily, and shall be placed on warning. A student on warning whose GPA for the succeeding semester is less than 1.99, will be required to withdraw from the Faculty/ University. b. A student on warning shall be counselled by the Dean or a designated faculty advisor. Such a student may, except where otherwise prescribed in Faculty Regulations, be permitted by the Academic Board on the recommendation of Faculty Board to carry a reduced course load. c. A Full Time student will be required to withdraw from the Faculty unless he or she has gained at least: 12 credits by the end of the second semester, 24 credits by the end of the fourth semester, 39 credits by the end of sixth semester, 57 credits by the end of the eighth semester, 75 credits by the end of the tenth semester, 90 credits by the end of the twelfth semester. d. A Part Time student will be required to withdraw from the Faculty unless he or she has gained at least: 6 credits by the end of the second semester, 12 credits by the end of the fourth semester, 21 credits by the end of the sixth semester, 30 credits by the end of the eighth semester, 42 credits by the end of the tenth semester, 54 credits by the end of the twelfth semester, 66 credits by the end of the fourteenth semester, 78 credits by the end of the sixteenth semester, 90 credits by the end of the eighteenth semester. FULL TIME AND PART TIME REGISTRATION 10. a. Students are initially registered as full-time or part-time but may change their registration. b. Full-Time students may take employment for not more than twelve hours per week without losing their full-time status. Teaching and Research Assistants shall be registered as full-time students. c. A student who is employed for more than twelve hours per week shall be registered as a part-time student. d. A student is deemed to have registered for a course when his/her financial obligations to the University have been fulfilled. e. Registration for a course constitutes registration for the examinations in that course. With specific reference to b. and c. above, please note that a person in full-time employment cannot be registered as a full-time student unless written proof of leave approval is provided prior to or at registration. REGISTRATION, EXAMINATIONS AND LEAVE 11. a. In registering in the Faculty, student must obtain the written approval of the appropriate Head of Department or his or her nominee for each course selected, and the written approval of the Dean of the Faculty for the combination of courses selected. * The Relevant Approvals for registration are facilitated in the Banner Student Administration System with respect to online registration. b. A student who has registered for a course but who wishes to withdraw from that course must apply to the Dean not later than the Friday of the third teaching week of the semester for permission to do so. * The Banner Student Administration System facilitates the relevant approvals for change of registration during the Registration Period with respect to online registration. c. Registration for a course constitutes registration for the examinations in that course. d. A student failing a course that is not compulsory may substitute another course in a subsequent semester or may repeat the failed course. e. A course may be examined by written examination papers, oral tests, coursework, or any other method or combination of methods approved by Senate. f. A student who does not sit the examination in a course for which he or she is registered is deemed to have failed that examination unless permission to withdraw has been granted. This regulation shall not apply in cases of properly attested illness duly reported to the Campus Registry in accordance with the University Examinations Regulations. g. i. Examination Regulation 22 states that: Any candidate who has been absent from the University for a prolonged period during the teaching of a particular course for any reason other than illness or whose attendance at prescribed lectures, classes, practical classes, tutorials or clinical instructions has been unsatisfactory or who 16

18 ii. iii. iv. has failed to submit essays or other exercises set by his teachers may be debarred by the relevant Academic Board, on the recommendation of the relevant Faculty Board, from taking any University examinations. Debarment will be recommended by the Faculty, based on information supplied by the relevant Head of Department, if the student has missed 50% or more of any of the above-mentioned requirements, subject to the following: Student attendance at tutorials and performance in Coursework will be routinely checked by the lecturer/tutor at four-weekly intervals, counting from the beginning of the semester. A student will be allowed one warning. This must be in writing and will be administered after the first four weeks of the semester. If there is no improvement at the end of the next four weeks, steps towards debarment will be initiated. In the School of Humanities attendance at tutorials is prescribed. The Board of Examiners may recommend to the department concerned that a student who has failed the last and only course required to complete the degree be offered an oral examination in that course, provided that he/she has obtained at least 35% in that course. If an Oral Supplemental is granted, the student may choose to decline the offer. The Oral Supplemental, which will be of a minimum length of one hour, will be held as soon as possible after the previous examination. The student must contact the Department concerned immediately so that arrangements may be made for the Oral. v. The Oral Examination will concern the course as a whole, and not be restricted to the questions set in the examination,which the student did. vii. If he/she fails the Oral, the student will not have the right of appeal or review. viii. A student will be allowed only one Oral Supplemental Examination for any one course. ix. Students reading History courses are advised that even if they attain an overall pass mark (40 and above) inclusive of Coursework, they will not be awarded an overall pass unless they have passed at least one of the written examination questions. x. Students are required to pass in each component (Coursework and written examination) in order to qualify for an overall pass in Literatures in English courses. xi. For the award of the BEd degree, candidates must satisfy the examiners by completing for the chosen option and area of specialisation, the requirements of: The compulsory core and The compulsory professional and content courses indicated for a major. xii. Plagiarism: Please see Appendix 1 for the University s Regulations on Plagiarism and the declaration forms. Note that a declaration must be made and attached to ALL work submitted by a student for assessment. By signing this declaration, a student is declaring that the work submitted is original and that it does not contain any plagiarised material. h. Regulation for Leave of Absence i. A candidate who for good reason wishes to be absent from an academic programme for a semester or more must apply for formal leave of absence to the Faculty Board, through the appropriate Dean, stating the reasons for the application. ii. The length of such leave of absence, if granted, will be subject to approval by the Academic Board of the Campus concerned, but will not exceed one academic year in the first instance terminating at the end of the academic year for which the application is approved. vi. If the examination is passed, the student cannot be awarded a grade higher than C, and this grade will re-place that previously gained for the entire evaluation in that course. iii. iv. Leave of absence will not be granted for more than two consecutive academic years. Leave of absence may be granted for one semester or for an academic year. 17

19 v. Applications for leave of absence for a semester shall normally be submitted by the end of the third week of the relevant semester. vi. Applications for leave of absence for the academic year shall normally be submitted by the end of the third week of Semester I. NOTIFICATION OF RESULTS 12. a. A pass list for each programme in the BA and BEd degrees shall be published each semester. b. For those candidates who have completed the requirements for the BA and BEd degrees a Pass List shall be arranged alphabetically in the following categories: i. First Class Honours ii. Second Class Honours a. Upper Division b. Lower Division iii. Pass AWARD OF HONOURS c. i. Honours shall be calculated on the basis of the Regulations existing at the year of the student s entry into a particular programme of study into the University. ii. The class of degree is calculated on the basis of ALL levels II and III credits (exclusive of Foundation Courses) required for the granting of the degree as follows: G.P.A. SYSTEM First Class Weighted G.P.A 3.60 and above Second Class, Weighted G.P.A. Upper Division Second Class, Weighted G.P.A. Lower Division Pass Weighted G.PA. 2.oo 2.49 iv. The points are related to the course evaluation grades and percentages as follows: G.P.A. SYSTEM Grade Percentage Quality Point A A A B B B C C F F F AEGROTAT DEGREE (See also University Examinations Regulations) 13. A candidate who has been absent through illness from one or more examinations held in respect of Level II or Level III courses may apply for exemption from these examinations provided that: a. no exemption shall be granted in respect of any course unless the candidate has successfully completed all the required work for the course and has achieved, in the opinion of his tutor(s) and of the Department, a satisfactory level of performance in the course; b. no exemption shall be granted unless the candidate has obtained the minimum 30 Level I credits and at least 12 Level II credits; c. no exemption shall be granted in respect of any dissertation or project; d. the total number of credits for which exemptions may be granted shall not exceed 18, except where a student has satisfactorily completed both the Level I and Level II programmes exemption may be granted from a total of 24 credits. iii. This is based on a norm of eighteen 3-credit courses. Where a course taken has a 6-credit weighting, the points gained shall be doubled, and where it has a 2-credit weighting, the points shall be pro-rated accordingly (i.e. two-thirds). Such exemption shall permit the student on completion of all the other requirements for the degree of BA to apply for an aegrotat degree. 18

20 MEDICAL CERTIFICATES (See also University Examination Regulations) 14. Students who submit medical certificates as an excuse for absence from examinations are asked to note that although the student is free to visit his/her private physician he/she is required, for the purpose of securing exemption from examinations, to comply with the following: a. to be examined by a medical practitioner from the University s panel of doctors; or b. in the event of the illness being so acute that the student cannot subscribe to (a) he/she should obtain a medical certificate from his/her private physician and in addition the physician should be required to supply the University Student Medical Officer with the reasons for the student s absence from the examinations and; c. to ensure that the report is submitted to the University Student Medical Officer. REGULATIONS WITH RESPECT TO ABSENCE FROM COURSEWORK TESTS 15. i. A student who is absent from Coursework examination may apply to the Dean of the Faculty for exemption from this examination no later than one (1) week following the date of this examination. He/she must at the same time submit to the Campus Registrar a valid justification for such absence (such as a medical certificate in case of illness). The Dean will consider any such request for exemption in consultation with the relevant Head of Department and course lecturers. If the exemption is granted, the percentage mark awarded for the final examination will be prorated. ii. A student may request permission to submit Coursework assignments, essays, etc. after the stipulated deadline date on the basis of a valid justification (such as illness, in which case a valid medical certificate must be submitted to the Campus Registrar). This request must be made normally within 48 hours after the stipulated deadline date and must be addressed to the Dean, who in consultation with the relevant Head of Department and Course Lecturer, may allow the extension. In very exceptional circumstances, the Dean, acting on the advice of the relevant Head of Department and Course Lecturer, may consider requests for exemption from submission of the Coursework assignment, essays, etc., and, if granted, the percentage mark awarded for the final examination will be prorated. UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS FOR THE RE- ADMISSION OF STUDENTS REQUIRED TO WITHDRAW 16. i. Students required to withdraw from the University for failing to complete their degree programme within the stipulated period may be re-admitted to the Faculty after at least one academic year has elapsed since their withdrawal. Students thus admitted to the Faculty may in accordance with its regulations be granted exemption from Level I courses subject to there being no change in the content of the courses and provided that no more than five years have elapsed since the date of withdrawal. Level II University Courses, for the purposes of exemption, may be treated in the same way as Level I Faculty courses. ii. iii. iv. Students whose performance in the Level I programme indicated general weakness (e.g. bare passes in all courses) may be required by the Faculty to repeat Level I of the programme. In special circumstances, exemption from courses in Level II of the degree programme may be proposed by the Faculty, provided that on readmission the student is required to take at least a full load for one year. The maximum time allowed for completion will be two years for each year s full load. Students required to withdraw from the University for failing to complete their Level I or Level II degree programme within the stipulated period or for poor performance as provided for in the Faculty regulations, may be re-admitted to the Faculty after at least one year has elapsed since their withdrawal. Students thus readmitted may be granted exemption from Level I courses or Level II courses subject to Regulations i, ii and iii above. v. Students from one faculty who had been required to withdraw from the University for failing to complete their degree programme within the stipulated period may be admitted to another faculty after a minimum period of one year has elapsed since their withdrawal. Such students may be granted exemption from Level I courses relevant to the new programme, subject to Regulations i and ii above. vi. Students required to withdraw from the University for failing to complete their diploma or certificate programme may be re-admitted to the Faculty after a minimum period of one year has elapsed since their withdrawal. Such students shall not be granted exemptions from courses in the programme previously passed. 19

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