Programme specifications

According to the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), a programme specification is 'a concise description of the intended outcomes of learning from a higher education programme, and the means by which these outcomes are achieved and demonstrated.'

The QAA regards programme specifications as a source of information for potential students and employers.

The School publishes a complete set of programme specifications. These are set out below by level of award and are also organised by Department.

You can find information on updating programme specifications| here.

Programme specifications, by level

See complete lists of the School's Certificate|, Undergraduate|, Diploma|, Taught Master's|, MRes/Phd| and MPhil/PhD| programme specifications.

Programme specifications, by department

Accounting|
Anthropology| 
Economics|
Economic History  |
Employment Relations and Organisational Behaviour|
European Institute|
Finance|
Gender |
Geography and Environment|
Government|
Information Systems and Innovation|
International Development| (formerly DESTIN)  
International History| 
International Relations|
Law|
Management|
Management Science| (formerly Operational Research) 
Managerial Economics and Strategy| 
Mathematics|
Media and Communications| 
MPA Programmes|  
Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method|
Methodology |
Social Policy|
Social Psychology|
Sociology|
Statistics|

 For further information on programme specifications, please contact Thomas Hewlett|.

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