Bath Spa University Level 6 Modules

By | 13th April 2017

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Bath Spa University Level 6 Modules

This is a guide to all the Year 3 (level 6) modules available in the Modular Scheme in the academic year 2014/5.

The guide provides information about the modules, so that you can put together a programme for your third year of full-time study, or part-time equivalent, at Bath Spa University. Personal Tutors, Subject Leaders and Course Directors will be able to answer any queries which you may have. Staff in the Student Administration Service are also available to answer any queries; they are available on a drop in basis in Student Space on the ground floor of Main House or by email: mycourse@bathspa.ac.uk.

Please remember however, that it is YOUR responsibility to familiarise yourself with the requirements of the award for which you are registered, and ensure that you choose a `legal’ combination of modules. A detailed description of the minimum subject credits required to exit with a single or combined award can be found in pages 11 to 25 of the Undergraduate Modular Scheme guide which is available here. If you are in ANY DOUBT about choosing modules please ask for guidance.

You will need to make your module selection online, through The Hub. Online module selection will ‘go live’ on Tuesday 8th April and will close on Friday 16th May 2014.

Module Descriptions

The modules are arranged by Subject in alphabetical order. Each module is described briefly as a guide to selection. The description includes details of any rules which apply to the module – for example any prerequisites that may need to be fulfilled before you can take the module.

Please note that the timetable details are not published in this guide as they are still subject to change and it is intended that the final timetable will reflect the module choices made by students.

Your Timetable

The undergraduate modular scheme timetable will be finalised by the beginning of July 2014, when individual student timetables will also be available online.

If you have particular difficulty attending a class, it may subsequently be possible to change seminar/lab/workshop group. We will do what we can to help, though it should be clearly noted that, full-time students are expected to be available for teaching sessions at the times specified. The University week runs from 9 am to 7 pm, Monday to Thursday, and 9am to 6pm on Friday and all full-time students should expect a mix of early morning, late morning, early afternoon and late afternoon sessions.

Late Changes

This document was compiled in March 2014. We try to keep late changes to a minimum, but some are essential due to staff changes for example. There may also be some late additions to this guide as new modules are approved.