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					           MSc in Investigative Journalism
           Postgraduate Diploma in Investigative Journalism
           Postgraduate Certificate in Investigative Journalism

           Course Regulations
           [These regulations are to be read in conjunction with Regulation 19.1.]

           Admission
19.127.1   Regulations 19.1.1 and 19.1.2 shall apply.
           In addition, applicants shall normally have studied journalism or a
           related subject as part of their first degree.

           Duration of Study
19.127.2   Regulations 19.1.5 and 19.1.6 shall apply.

           Mode of Study
19.127.3   The courses are available by full-time and part-time study.

           Curriculum
19.127.4   All students shall undertake an approved curriculum as follows:

                 for the Postgraduate Certificate – no fewer than 60 credits
                 for the Postgraduate Diploma – no fewer than 120 credits
                 for the degree of MSc – no fewer than 180 credits including a
                 dissertation or portfolio

           Compulsory Classes                                            Level   Credits
           P3 925      Investigative Journalism: History & Theory           5        20
           L3 922      Investigative Research                               5        20
           P3 926      Manufacture of Consent                               5        20

           Students for the Postgraduate Diploma and Degree of MSc only:
           Compulsory Classes
           P3 944        Investigative Journalism and the Law          5             20
           P3 945        Investigative Journal: Project                5             20

           Optional Classes
           No fewer than 20 credits chosen from:
           P3 955        Media Ethics                                        5       20
           QQ 932        Covering Globalisation                              5       20
           The list of Optional Classes in Regulation 19.127.174.

           Students for the degree of MSc only
           either
           ES 928        Dissertation                                        5       60
           or
           ES 921        Journalism Portfolio                                5       60

           Examination, Progress and Final Assessment
19.127.5   Regulations 19.1.19 and 19.1.20 shall apply.
19.127.6    Progress may be dependent on satisfactory performance against
            prescribed criteria in the earlier part of the course.
19.127.7    The final assessment will be based on performance in the
            examinations, coursework, the dissertation or portfolio where
            undertaken and, if required, in an oral examination.

            Award
19.127.8    Degree of MSc: In order to qualify for the degree of MSc in
            Investigative Journalism, candidates must have performed to the
            satisfaction of the Board of Examiners and must normally have
            accumulated no fewer than 180 credits of which 60 must have been
            awarded in respect of the dissertation or portfolio.
19.127.9    Postgraduate Diploma: In order to qualify for the award of the
            Postgraduate Diploma in Investigative Journalism a candidate must
            normally have accumulated no fewer than 120 credits from the taught
            classes of the course.
19.127.10   Postgraduate Certificate: In order to qualify for the award of the
            Postgraduate Certificate in Investigative Journalism a candidate must
            normally have accumulated no fewer than 60 credits from the taught
            classes of the course.
19.127.11
to
19.127.20   (Numbers not used)


            MLitt in Renaissance Studies
            Postgraduate Diploma in Renaissance Studies
            Postgraduate Certificate in Renaissance Studies

            Course Regulations
            [These regulations are to be read in conjunction with Regulation 19.1.]

            The Course is offered jointly by the Universities of Strathclyde and
            Stirling and the awards are made in the name of these two Universities.
            The regulations are drawn up consequent upon a Memorandum of
            Agreement which has been approved by Senate. The course is jointly
            administered by a Course Committee appointed by the two
            Universities.

            The taught components of the course may be delivered at either
            University. One of these Universities will be designated the Institution
            of Primary Registration. Students will be subject to the course
            regulations that have been adopted by both Universities and to any
            other general regulations of the Institution of Primary Registration.

            Admission
19.127.21   Regulations 19.1.1 and 19.1.2 shall apply.

            Duration of Study
19.127.22   Regulations 19.1.5 and 19.1.6 shall apply.
            Mode of Study
19.127.23   The courses are available by full-time and part-time study.

            Curriculum
19.127.24   All students shall undertake an approved curriculum as follows:

                   for the Postgraduate Certificate – no fewer than 60 credits
                  for the Postgraduate Diploma – no fewer than 120 credits
                  including all the classes in List A
                  for the degree of MLitt – no fewer than 180 credits including all
                  the classes in List A and a dissertation

            List A                                                        Level   Credits
            QQ 913       Questioning the Paradigms of Renaissance
                         Studies                                              5       30
            QQ 914       Forms, Practices and Contexts of Renaissance
                         Cultural Production                                  5       30
            QQ 933       Research Skills Class                                5       20

            List B
            32 929       Rhetoric, Gender and Renaissance Drama               5       20
            32 934       Alternative Shakespeares                             5       20
            32 935       Early Modern Englishes 1500-1700                     5       20
            32 938       Emblem Books and Renaissance Imagery                 5       20
            32 939       Milton: The Radicalism of Tradition                  5       20
            32 943       Renaissance Bodies                                   5       20
            QQ 945       Paradigms Lost: The Other Renaissance in
                         Scotland                                             5       20

            Students for the degree of MLitt only:
            QQ 950      Dissertation                                          5       60

            Examination, Progress and Final Assessment
19.127.25   Regulations 19.1.19 and 19.1.20 shall apply.
19.127.26   Progress may be dependent on satisfactory performance against
            prescribed criteria in the earlier part of the course.
19.127.27   The final assessment will be based on performance in the
            examinations, coursework, the dissertation where undertaken and, if
            required, in an oral examination.

            Award
19.127.28   Degree of MLitt: In order to qualify for the degree of MLitt in
            Renaissance Studies, candidates must have performed to the
            satisfaction of the Board of Examiners and must normally have
            accumulated no fewer than 180 credits of which 60 must have been
            awarded in respect of the dissertation.
19.127.29   Postgraduate Diploma: In order to qualify for the award of the
            Postgraduate Diploma in Renaissance Studies, a candidate must
            normally have accumulated no fewer than 120 credits from the taught
            classes of the course.
19.127.30   Postgraduate Certificate: In order to qualify for the award of the
            Postgraduate Certificate in Renaissance Studies, a candidate must
            normally have accumulated no fewer than 60 credits from the taught
            classes of the course.


            MLitt in International Journalism
            Postgraduate Diploma in International Journalism

            Course Regulations
            [These regulations are to be read in conjunction with Regulation 19.1]

            Admission
19.127.31   Regulations 19.1.1 and 19.1.2 shall apply.

            Duration of Study
19.127.32   Regulations 19.1.5 and 19.1.6 shall apply.

            Mode of Study
19.127.33   The courses are available by full-time study only.

            Curriculum
19.127.34   All students shall undertake an approved curriculum as follows:

                  for the Postgraduate Diploma – no fewer than 120 credits
                  for the degree of MLitt – no fewer than 180 credits including a
                  dissertation

            Compulsory Classes                                        Level       Credits
            P3 949      Journalism in English: Writing and Professional
                        Practice                                         5            20
            P3 950      Producing Media                                  5            20
            P3 951      Specialist Journalism Project                    5            20
            P3 952      Journalism and Society                           5            20

            Optional Classes
            P3 954       Scots Law for Journalists                   5       20
            The list of Optional Classes in Regulation 19.127.174, List A in
            Regulation 19.127.184 and the Compulsory Classes in Regulation
            19.127.43.

            Students for the degree of MLitt only:
            P3 928        Dissertation                                        5       60
            or
            ES 921        Journalism Portfolio                                5       60

            Examination, Progress and Final Assessment
19.127.35   Regulations 19.1.19 and 19.1.20 shall apply.
19.127.36   The final assessment will be based on performance in the
            examinations, coursework, the dissertation where undertaken and, if
            required, in an oral examination.

            Award
19.127.37   Degree of MLitt: In order to qualify for the degree of MLitt in
            International Journalism, candidates must have performed to the
            satisfaction of the Board of Examiners and must normally have
            accumulated no fewer than 180 credits of which 60 must have been
            awarded in respect of the dissertation or portfolio.
19.127.38   Postgraduate Diploma: In order to qualify for the award of the
            Postgraduate Diploma in International Journalism, a candidate must
            normally have accumulated no fewer than 120 credits from the taught
            classes of the course.
19.127.39
to 19.127.40 (Numbers not used)


            MLitt in Journalism
            Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism

            Course Regulations
            [These regulations are to be read in conjunction with Regulation 19.1]

            Admission
19.127.41   Regulations 19.1.1 and 19.1.2 shall apply.

            Duration of Study
19.127.42   Regulations 19.1.4 and 19.1.5 shall apply.

            Mode of Study
19.127.43   The courses are available by full-time study only.

            Curriculum
19.127.44   All students shall undertake an approved curriculum as follows:

                   for the Postgraduate Diploma – no fewer than 120 credits
                   for the degree of MLitt – no fewer than 180 credits including a
                   dissertation

            Compulsory Classes                                          Level     Credits
            P3 947      Practical Journalism 1 – Content                   5          20
            P3 948      Practical Journalism 2 – Production                5          20
            P3 950      Producing Media                                    5          20
            P3 954      Scots Law for Journalists                          5          20
            P3 955      Media Ethics                                       5          20

            Optional Classes
            No fewer than 20 credits chosen from
            L2 909       Qualitative Methods                                  5       20
            L2 913        European Political Economy                           5          20   L2 9
            L2 915        Contesting Global Governance                         5          20
            L2 916        Comparative Public Policy                            5          20
            L2 917        Policy Analysis                                      5          20
            P3 952        Journalism and Society                               5          20
            QQ 932        Covering Globalisation                               5          20
            QQ 932        Covering Globalisation                               5          20
            QQ 956        Travelin’ Blues: Literature, Politics and
                          Displacement                                         5          20
            Such other Level 5 classes chosen from other courses offered by the Faculty
            of Humanities and Social Sciences as may be approved by the Course
            Director.

            Students for the degree of MLitt only:
            P3 928        Dissertation                                         5          60

            Examination, Progress and Final Assessment
19.127.45   Regulations 19.1.19 and 19.1.20 shall apply.
19.127.46   The final assessment will be based on performance in the
            examinations, coursework, the dissertation where undertaken and, if
            required, in an oral examination.

            Award
19.127.47   Degree of MLitt: In order to qualify for the degree of MLitt in
            Journalism, candidates must have performed to the satisfaction of the
            Board of Examiners and must normally have accumulated no fewer
            than 180 credits of which 60 must have been awarded in respect of the
            dissertation.
19.127.48   Postgraduate Diploma: In order to qualify for the award of the
            Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism, a candidate must normally have
            accumulated no fewer than 120 credits from the taught classes of the
            course.
19.127.49
to 19.127.50 (Numbers not used)


            MLitt in Literary Journalism
            Postgraduate Diploma in Literary Journalism

            Course Regulations
            [These regulations are to be read in conjunction with Regulation 19.1.]

            Admission
19.127.51   Notwithstanding Regulation 19.1.1, applicants should possess
            (i)   a BA Honours degree (or in the case of direct entry to a Master’s
                  programme, a first or second class honours degree) in English
                  Literature or Cultural Studies from a United Kingdom university,
                  or
            (ii)  a qualification deemed by the Head of Department acting on
                  behalf of Senate to be the equivalent to (i) above.
            In all cases, applicants whose first language is not English, shall be
            required to demonstrate an appropriate level of English.

            Duration of Study
19.127.52   Regulations 19.1.5 and 19.1.6 shall apply.

            Mode of Study
19.127.53   The course is available by full-time and part-time study.

            Curriculum
19.127.54   All students shall undertake an approved curriculum as follows:

                  for the Postgraduate Diploma – no fewer than 120 credits,
                  including 40 credits from List A
                  for the degree of MLitt, no fewer than 180 credits, including a
                  dissertation

            Compulsory Class                                            Level     Credits
            QQ 939      Research Skills in Literature, Culture and
                        Communication                                         5        20

            Optional Classes
            List A
            P3 940       Journalism and Cultural Politics                     5        20
            P3 941       Journalists in Film and Literature                   5        20
            P3 942       The Literature of Journalism                         5        20

            List B
            The list of Optional Classes in Regulation 19.127.194.

            Such other Level 5 classes up to a maximum of 20 credits chosen from
            other courses offered by Department of English Studies or by another
            department in the University as may be approved by the Head of
            Department offering the class and the Course Director of the course on
            which the student is registered.

            Students for the degree of MLitt only:
            P3 943        Dissertation                                        5        60

            Examination, Progress and Final Assessment
19.127.55   Regulations 19.1.19 and 19.1.20 shall apply.
19.127.56   Progress may be dependent on satisfactory performance against
            prescribed criteria in the earlier part of the course.
19.127.57   The final assessment will be based on performance in the coursework,
            the dissertation where undertaken and, if required, in an oral
            examination.

            Award
19.127.58   Degree of MLitt: In order to qualify for the degree of MLitt in Literary
            Journalism, a candidate must normally have accumulated no fewer
            than 180 credits of which 60 must have been awarded in respect of the
            dissertation.
19.127.59   Postgraduate Diploma: In order to qualify for the Postgraduate
            Diploma in Literary Journalism, a candidate must normally have
            accumulated no fewer than 120 credits from the taught classes of the
            course.
19.127.60   (Number not used)

				
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