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Faculty of Arts MA/ Postgraduate Diploma in the Archaeology of Food 5 MA/Postgraduate Diploma in Art Gallery Studies 6 M.A. in English Literary Research 7 M.A./Postgraduate Diploma in History 8 ate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate in Humanities 9 a in Landscape Studies 13 M.A./Postgraduate Diploma in Modern Literature 14 ate Diploma in Museum Studies 15 ate Diploma in Professional Archaeological Practice 16 M.A./Postgradu in Rome and Its Neighbours 18 ate Diploma in Victorian Studies 19 Faculty of Arts MA/ Postgraduate Diploma in the Archaeology of Food Period of Registration: One year full-time or two years part-time. Entry Requirements: Normally a good second class honours degree in Archaeology, Ancient History or a cognate discipline. Curriculum: Candidates take one non-assessed module, three core modules and one option module. Candidates for the MA also undertake a dissertation on an approved topic of 15, 000 words. Course Modules: Module Code Module Title Core/Option Credit Rating AR7001 Skills in Information Technology C 0 AR7027 Environmental Archaeology And C 20/30 Archaeozoology AR7050 Food in Past Societies: Theory and C 10 Research Skills AR7051 Food as Material Culture and C 30 Archaeobotany AR7003 Geographical Information Systems O 30 AR7004 Theory and Method in Landscape Studies O 30 AR7009 Landscapes of the Greco World O 30 AR7011 Rome and its Neighbours O 30 AR7022 Planning and Management in O 30 Archaeological Projects ...

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Faculty of Arts MA/ Postgraduate Diploma in the Archaeology of Food MA/Postgraduate Diploma in Art Gallery Studies M.A. in English Literary Research M.A./Postgraduate Diploma in History M.A./Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate in Humanities M.A./Postgraduate Diploma in Landscape Studies M.A./Postgraduate Diploma in Modern Literature M.A./Postgraduate Diploma in Museum Studies M.A./Postgraduate Diploma  in Professional Archaeological Practice M.A./Postgraduate Diploma  in Rome and Its Neighbours M.A./Postgraduate Diploma  in Victorian Studies
 
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Faculty of Arts MA/ Postgraduate Diploma in the Archaeology of Food Period of Registration: One year full-time or two years part-time. Entry Requirements: Normally a good second class honours degree in Archaeology, Ancient History or a cognate discipline. Curriculum:  Candidates take one non-assessed module, three core modules and one option module. Candidates for the MA also undertake a dissertation on an approved topic of 15, 000 words. Course Modules: Module Code Module Title Core/Option Credit Rating AR7001 Skills in Information Technology C 0 AR7027 Environmental Archaeology And C 20/30 Archaeozoology AR7050 Food in Past Societies: Theory and C 10 Research Skills AR7051 Food as Material Culture and C 30 Archaeobotany AR7003 Geographical Information Systems O 30 AR7004 Theory and Method in Landscape Studies O 30 AR7009 Landscapes of the Greco World O 30 AR7011 Rome and its Neighbours O 30 AR7022 Planning and Management in O 30 Archaeological Projects AR7023 Ceramics O 30 AR7025 Theory and Method in Professional O 30 Archaeology AR7315 Roman Egypt O 30 EH7104 Landscape History O 30 AR7007 Dissertation C* 60 * Only compulsory for the MA Option modules may also be selected from other master’s programmes in the Faculties of Arts, Science and Social Sciences with the approval of the Course Director and the agreement of the department offering the programme.  
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 Assessment:   Module AR7050 is assessed by 2 essays (50%) and a project (50%). Modules AR7051 and AR7027 are each assessed by a practical test (10%), an essay (20%) and a report and project (70%). The option modules are assessed by a range of methods as detailed in the course handbook including skills tests, essays, reports and projects.  Qualifications Awarded: (i) Candidates who accumulate 120 credits from the taught modules and satisfy the examiners in the assessment for each module but who do not complete or pass the dissertation will be awarded a Postgraduate Diploma. (ii) Candidates who accumulate 180 credits, satisfy the examiners in each of the taught modules and submit a satisfactory dissertation will be awarded the degree of Master of Arts. Notes: (i) No candidate may be awarded the degree of Master of Arts and the Postgraduate Diploma. (ii) The degree of Master of Arts may be awarded with distinction in cases of exceptional merit. MA/Postgraduate Diploma in Art Gallery Studies Period of Registration:  One year full-time. Entry Requirements: Candidates should have at least a good second-class honours degree or equivalent qualification and be able to show clear evidence of vocational intention and aptitude. Curriculum:  Candidates take five core modules and one module option. Candidates for the MA also undertake a dissertation on an approved topic of 12,000-15,000 words. Course Modules: Module Code Module Title MU7028 Art Gallery Project MU7029 Art Gallery Work Experience MU7030 Art in the Public Realm MU7031 Managing Resources in the Art Museum MU7032 Interpreting and Communicating Art MU7013 Museum and Gallery Marketing Spring School MU7023 Museum and Gallery Education Spring School MU7033 Researching in the Art Museum Spring School MU7022 Dissertation
 
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Core/Option Credit Rating C 15 C 20 C 25 C 25 C 25 O 10 O 10 O 10 C* 60
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* Only compulsory for the MA  Assessment: (i) MU7030, MU7031 and MU7032 are each assessed by course work comprising a 4,000 word project/essay. (ii) Assessment of the Museum/Gallery project has two components each worth 50% of the overall mark. These consist of a group portfolio/product/project of no more than 1,500 words and an individually assessed oral examination. (iii) The museum/gallery experience requirement will be assessed on the basis of a report from the student’s line manager, a short project report by the student, which includes reflection on learning outcomes and experiences. (iv) Option modules are assessed by completion of an individual 2,000 word report/essay/paper. (v) Candidates may be permitted to resubmit the written assignment for no more than two modules. They are also permitted to resubmit the dissertation if required to do so by the examiners. (vi) The pass mark for the Postgraduate Diploma and for the Masters is 50%. Qualifications Awarded: (i) Candidates who accumulate 120 credits from the taught modules and satisfy the examiners in the assessment for each module but who do not complete or pass the dissertation will be awarded a Postgraduate Diploma. (ii) Candidates who accumulate 180 credits, satisfy the examiners in each of the taught modules and submit a satisfactory dissertation will be awarded the degree of Master of Arts. (iii) Either of the above qualifications may be awarded with distinction where the above criteria are satisfied and in addition, students achieve a credit-weighed average of 70%. (iv) Students holding the Postgraduate Diploma in Art Gallery Studies may convert this qualification to the MA upon successful application and subsequent completion of a 12,000-15,000 word dissertation. M.A. in English Literary Research Period of Registration:  One year full-time or two years part-time. Entry Requirements:  Either a first or good second-class honours degree. Course Aims:  To develop the skills and communicate the knowledge needed for research in any aspect of English studies from the early medieval period to the present day, particularly in relation to possible later research at doctoral level. Curriculum : Students take four core modules, including a dissertation and two option modules (at least one module from list A).   
 
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Core/Option Credit Rating C 20 C 5 C 25 C 90
Core/Option Credit Rating O 20 O 20 O 20
Course Modules: Module Code Module Title EN7001 Bibliography Research Methods and Writing Skills I EN7011 Bibliography, Research Methods and Writing Skills II – (presentation) EN7013 Oral Presentation (viva) EN7012 Dissertation Course Modules List A: Module Code Module Title EN7111 Manuscript Studies EN7112 Editing and Textual Criticism EN7113 Lexicology and Lexicography: words and dictionaries Course Modules List B: Module Code Module Title Core/Option Credit Rating EN7211 English Literature before 1700 O 20 EN7212 Augustan and Romantic Literature O 20 EN7213 Interpreting the Past: Medieval Literature in O 20 Context Note: Options may also be chosen from the MA Victorian Studies and MA Modern Literature. Assessment:  Module EN7001 is assessed in presentation of the dissertation including footnotes and bibliography. Module EN7011 is assessed by a conference presentation exercise in a field relating to the dissertation topic. Modules EN7111-EN7213 are each assessed by an essay or exercise of 2,500 words. Module EN7013 is assessed by an oral examination. Qualifications Awarded: (i) Candidates who accumulate 180 credits and successfully complete the assessment requirements for each of the modules will be awarded the degree of Master of Arts. (ii) The degree of Master of Arts may be awarded with distinction in cases of exceptional merit. M.A./Postgraduate Diploma in History Period of Registration:  One year full-time or two years part-time. Entry Requirements:  Candidates should normally have at least a good second class honours degree or equivalent in an appropriate discipline.
 
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Faculty of Arts  Course Aims:  The course provides students with a thorough grounding in research skills and historical methodologies, which will equip them with cognitive skills, which have an inherent educational and transferable intellectual value. Curriculum : Candidates take two core modules and two option modules. Candidates for the M.A. also undertake a 15,000-20,000 word dissertation. Course Modules: Module Code Module Title Core/Option Credit Rating HS7007 What is History? C 30 HS7005 Research Training in History C 30 HS7001 Early Medieval Kingship O 30 HS7002 The Crusades in the Eastern Mediterranean O 30 HS7003 Court and Culture in 14 th Century England O 30 HS7006 e Women’s Suffrage Movements in the O 30 Th United States HS7008 Conservative Century: the Conservative O 30 Party in British Politics 1902-1991 HS7011 The Rise of the Nazis O 30 HS7012 Mastering Medieval Sources O 30 HS7013 Versions of Enlightenment O 30 HS7014 The Holocaust O 30 HS7015 Public Diplomacy: Communication and O 30 International Politics: 1890-present HS7000 Dissertation C* 60 * Compulsory only for candidates for the degree of Master of Arts Candidates may also take one option from other masters courses in the Faculties of Arts, Education and the Social Sciences subject to the approval of the course director. Assessment:  All the above modules are assessed by an essay of 4,000-5,000 words. Options taken from other masters programmes will be assessed according to the published assessment criteria for that module. Candidates for the degree of M.A. will also be required to submit a dissertation of 15,000-20 , 000 on an approved topic. Qualifications Awarded: (i) Candidates who accumulate 60 credits from the taught modules and satisfy the examiners in each of the modules will be awarded a Postgraduate Certificate. (ii) Candidates who accumulate 120 credits from the taught modules and satisfy the examiners in each of the modules will be awarded a Postgraduate Diploma.  9
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(iii) Candidates who accumulate 180 credits, satisfy the examiners in each of the modules and submit a satisfactory dissertation will be awarded the degree of Master of Arts. Notes: (i) Candidates may only be awarded the Postgraduate Certificate or the Postgraduate Diploma or the degree of Master of Arts. (ii) The degree of M.A. may be awarded with distinction in cases of exceptional merit. M.A./Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate in Humanities Period of Registration:  One year full-time or two years part-time. Entry Requirements:  Candidates should normally have a good second-class honours degree (normally at least an upper second) or its equivalent. Course Aims: To provide through the core modules a coherent framework for multidisciplinary study of the humanities, including a thorough training in research and IT skills, and through the options and dissertation, the opportunity for students to tailor the course to their individual needs. Curriculum : (i) All candidates will take the following core modules: Module Code Module Title Core/Option Credit Rating HM7000 Issues in the Humanities C 40 HM7001 Research Skills C 20 (ii) Candidates may then choose to either take 60 credits of option modules and a 60 credit dissertation or 30 credits of option modules and a 90 credit dissertation. Candidates may also choose to follow a pathway through the course by choosing appropriate option modules and writing a dissertation in a named subject area (minimum 90 credits). The following pathways are available:  M.A. in American Studies and Humanities  M.A. in Classical World and Humanities  M.A. in Economic and Social History and Humanities  M.A. in English and Humanities  M.A. in Film Studies and Humanities  M.A. in Modern Languages and Humanities  M.A. in Regional Studies and Humanities  M.A. in Urban History and Humanities  M.A. in Women's Studies and Humanities Module Code Module Title AR7003 Geographical Information Systems in Archaeology
 
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Core/Option Credit Rating O 30
AR7004 AR7005 AR7008 AR7009 AR7023 AR7024 AR7025 AR7026 AR7027 AR7028 AR7313 AR7315 AR7330 AR7348 AR7354 EH7077 EH7084 HS7121 HS7122  HS7123  HS7124 HS7202 HS7203 HS7204
 
Theory & Method in Landscape Studies Theory & Method in Roman Era Studies Rome and its Neighbours Landscapes of the Greco-Roman World Materials Study 1: Ceramics Material Study 2: Conservation and Materials Analysis Theory and Method in Post-Excavation Studies Environmental Archaeology 1: Archaeobotany Environmental Archaeology 2: Archaeozoology Environmental Archaeology 3: Human Bones Analysis Roman Egypt Archaeoastronomy The Archaeology of Standing Buildings Geophysical Survey in Archaeology Warfare, Conflict and Violence in Antiquity Geography of Social Issues The Medieval City Local & Regional Societies c410-1650: Approaches & Skills Local & Regional Societies since 1650: Approaches & Skills Local and Regional Cultures: Approaches and Skills Landscape History: Approaches & Skills Urban Topography: Images and Reality 1540-1840 Planning the City – Domesticating the Urban Environment in Europe 1840-1914 Victorian Cities
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HS7206 The Making of the English Urban O 20 Landscape 1800-1900 EN7112 Editing & Textual Criticism O 20 EN7114 English Literature before 1700 O 20 EN7115 Augustan & Romantic Literature O 20 EN7121 Nineteenth Century Women’s Writing O 20 EN7122 English Drama in Transition 1890-1914 O 20 EN7123 Charles Dickens O 20 HA7000 Pre-Raphaelitism O 20 EN7131 Literature & Urbanism O 20 EN7132 Literature and Exile O 20 HA7001 Cinema and the City O 20 HA7002 The Cinematic Relationship of Europe and O 20 America HA7003 New Technologies and Visual Culture O 20 HA7004 Post World War II British Art O 20 HS7001 Early Medieval Kingship: Ideal & Reality O 30 HS7002 The Crusades in the Eastern Mediterranean O 30 1095-1291 HS7008 Conservative Century: The Conservative O 30 Party in British Politics 1902-1997 HS7013 Versions of Enlightenment O 20 HS7015 Public Diplomacy: Communication & O 20 International Politics: 1890 –present ML7001 Modern European Cinema O 30 MU7010 Museums and Histories Summer School O 10 MU7011 Archaeological Curatorship Summer School O 10 MU7015 Art Communication and Curation Summer O 10 School MU7025 Museums, Societies and Cultural Change O 25  Compulsory only for candidates for the degree of Master of Arts * AR7004 is strongly recommended for MA Archaeology with Humanities. AR7005 is strongly recommended for MA Classical World with Humanities.  
 
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Assessment: (i) The core modules are assessed by means of essays and an IT project. The assessment for option modules are as specified in individual course regulations. (ii) Candidates for the degree of Master of Arts will be required to submit a satisfactory dissertation of not more than 20,000 words in the case of the 60 credit module or not more than 30,000 words for the 90 credit module. (iii) Candidates may be permitted to resubmit the written assignments for one or more of the modules and/or resubmit the dissertation as required by the examiners. Qualifications Awarded: (i) Candidates who successfully complete two core modules HM7000 (40 credits) and HM7001 (20 credits) and do not proceed to Postgraduate Diploma/Master of Arts or fail to complete the Postgraduate Diploma/Master of Arts, will be awarded a Postgraduate Certificate. (ii) Candidates who accumulate 120 credits from the taught modules (i.e. not the dissertation) and satisfactorily complete the assessment requirements for each of the modules will be awarded a Postgraduate Diploma. (ii) Candidates who accumulate 180 credits and successfully complete the assessment requirements for each of the modules and submit a satisfactory dissertation will be awarded the degree of Master of Arts in Humanities, or where a pathway has been followed, in a named subject and Humanities. Notes: (i) The degree of Master of Arts may be awarded with distinction in cases of exceptional merit. (ii) No candidate may be awarded more than one of the above qualifications. M.A./Postgraduate Diploma in Landscape Studies Period of Registration :  Nine moths full-time for the Postgraduate Diploma. One year full-time or two years part-time for the M.A. Entry Requirements:  Normally a good second class honours degree in Archaeology or a cognate discipline. Curriculum:  All candidates will undertake two core modules and two option modules. In addition candidates for the M.A. will undertake a 15,000 word dissertation on an approved topic to be submitted one year after the commencement of their studies or two years after the commencement of studies for part-time students. Course Modules: Module Code Module Title AR7003 Geographical Information Systems in Archaeology
 
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Core/Option Credit Rating C 30
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AR7004 Theory & Method in Landscape Studies C AR7008 Rome and its Neighbours O AR7009 Landscapes of the Greco-Roman World O AR7022 Planning & Management of Archaeological O Projects AR7023 Materials Study I: Ceramics O AR7026 Environmental Archaeology I: O Archaeobotany AR7027 Environmental Archaeology II: O Archaeozoology AR7028 Environmental Archaeology III: Human O Bones Analysis AR7313 Roman Egypt O AR7315 Archaeoastronomy O AR7330 Archaeology of Standing Buildings O AR7348 Geophysical Survey in Archaeology O AR7354 Warfare, Conflict and Violence in Antiquity O EH7104 Landscape History: Approaches & Skills O AR7007 Dissertation C*  Compulsory only for candidates for the degree of Master of Arts. * Non-Assessed Elements: AR7001 Skills in Information Technology C  Introductory Non-Assessed Essay C  Induction Week-Skills Training Course C Qualifications Awarded: (i) Candidates who accumulate 120 credits from the taught modules (i.e., not for the dissertation) and satisfy the examiners in the assessment for the modules will be awarded a Postgraduate Diploma. (ii) Candidates who accumulate 180 credits, satisfy the examiners in the assessment of the taught modules and submit a satisfactory dissertation will be awarded the degree of Master of Arts. Notes: (i) No candidate may be awarded the Postgraduate Diploma and the degree of Master of Arts (ii) The degree of Master of Arts may be awarded with distinction in cases of exceptional merit.
 
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