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 Undergraduate, Diploma, Taught Master's, MRes/Phd and MPhil/PhD programme specifications.

Programme specifications, by department

Accounting
Anthropology 

Economics
Economic History 
European Institute

Finance

Gender
Geography and Environment
Government

International Development
International History 
International Relations

Law

Management
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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