MA (Social Sciences) 3-year general degree:Can I graduate?

MA (Social Sciences) 3-year general degree:Can I graduate?

This is not always a simple question and the final calculation is ratified by the Social Sciences Chief Adviser.

In broad terms, you can graduate with an MA (Social Sciences) general degree if you have:

Completed 360 credits.  Within these 360 credits:

 

a) at least 120 must be at level 2 or higher, and

 

b) at least 280 must be at grade D or better, including at least 60 credits of level 3 courses in Social Sciences subjects or level 3 courses in Arts or Sciences subjects.

 

c) A minimum graduating curriculum may not include more than 120 credits derived from courses outwith Group A (Social Sciences core courses)

 

Achieved a grade point average (GPA) of at least 9, i.e. you have an average mark equivalent to a 'D3' grade.

 

For further information about what you may need to graduate or whether you may be eligible to graduate with an MA (Social Sciences) General degree please consult with your Adviser of Studies.  To see your current GPA please login to MyCampus.


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