The Programme Catalogue contains detailed information about current courses/awards using Programme Specifications. A Programme Specification is the University standard document approved by the relevant committee and consists of a number of sections describing:
the aims and learning outcomes of the programme/award;
the learning and teaching methods used;
the structure of the course, including the modules that may be studied;
the support that will be provided for students and their learning;
the assessment methods that will be used to confirm that students have met the requirements for the award.
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