Calendar 2017/18

Regulations Governing Academic Programmes

1 Faculty of Taught Programmes

1.9 Regulations Governing Diplomas in Archaeological Studies, Historical Studies, Humanities, Literature, Theological and Cultural Studies, and Theology
1 Eligibility
1.1 Applicants shall be admitted on the recommendation of the Associate Dean for Education, normally on the basis of 120 credits at Level 1 in a related subject area or the equivalent
2 Credit-rating of Programme
2.1 Candidates are required to follow modules to a total value of 120 credits at Level 2 and to have obtained 120 credits at Level 1 from a previous, approved programme.
3 Period of Study
3.1 Candidates shall attend the prescribed part-time programme of study which shall extend over a maximum of four academic years.
3.2 A candidate may be allowed to extend the period of study only for a reason approved by the Senate.
4 Assessment
4.1 No candidates shall be admitted to the examination unless the Associate Dean for Education certifies that they have completed by attendance and otherwise the requirements of the programme.
4.2 Candidates will be assessed in accordance with the scheme presented in the syllabus.
5 Re-Assessment
5.1 A candidate who fails to satisfy the examiners in any part of the programme may be permitted re-assessment in that part on one subsequent occasion, with or without attendance, on the recommendation of the Board of the Faculty of Taught Programmes and with the consent of the Senate.
6 Award
6.1 The Diplomas may be awarded with distinction