Credit value of modules
Where credits are assigned to each modules of a programme, credit indicates the amount of learning undertaken, and a specified credit level indicates the relative depth of learning involved.
The credit value indicates the amount of learning in terms of notional study hours, and the level of learning in terms of depth, complexity and intellectual demand.
For the MA, Postgraduate Diploma and Postgraduate Certificate in Citizenship Education, History Education and Citizenship and History Education programme, credits are assigned to the modules as follows:
Citizenship and History in the curriculum (30 credits)
Learning, teaching and assessment in citizenship (30 credits)
Learning, teaching and assessment in history (30 credits)
History, culture and citizenship: engaging with museums, galleries and heritage (30 credits)
Learning to live together: children's rights, citizenship and identities (30 credits)
International perspectives in history education (30 credits)
Report (30 credits)
Dissertation (60 credits)
A student awarded the Postgraduate Certificate will have accumulated 60 credits.
A student awarded the Postgraduate Diploma will have accumulated 120 credits.
A student awarded the MA degree will have accumulated 180 credits.
See section 1 of the Detailed Regulations for the structure of each award.