1 Individual modules available for study on a stand-alone basis
The following credit bearing modules are available for study on a stand-alone basis:
- Learning, teaching and assessment in citizenship
- Learning, teaching and assessment in history
- Citizenship and history in the curriculum
- History, culture and citizenship: engaging with museums, galleries and heritage
- Learning to live together: children's rights, citizenship and identities
- International perspectives in history education
All credit bearing modules will accommodate no less than 50 notional study hours. Refer to glossary for definition.
All courses accommodate a maximum of 300 notional study hours.
A student may take any number of individual modules on a stand-alone basis but only two modules (or a maximum of 60 credits) may be counted as credit towards a further related award.
A student may apply to take any module available in the current year unless they have already been awarded a related MA, Postgraduate Diploma or Postgraduate Certificate, in which case they may not normally offer a module which is the same as, or equivalent to, a module previously taken.
All applicants are required to satisfactorily complete the VLE Induction module before beginning their studies.
For each individual module students are also required to contribute satisfactorily to the VLE discussion groups. During participation in the Virtual Learning Environment and during all other on-line contributions, students must observe the code of conduct for on-line behaviour given in the Student handbook.
Availability of modules may vary from year to year.
A student who successfully completes the assessment for one or more of the individual modules available on a stand-alone basis may be considered for progression to the MA, Postgraduate Diploma or Postgraduate Certificate Citizenship Education, History Education and Citizenship and History Education. Credit for that individual module(s) may also be considered provided that application is made within three years of the completion of the relevant module or modules.