Programme specifications form part of the public information the University provides on its degrees and other awards. They can be used as a source of information for potential and registered students, employers and professional and statutory regulatory bodies. They are also used in the University by teaching teams, internal subject review panels, external examiners and for programme approval.
Other sources of information
For a complete list of programmes offered by the University please consult pages on:
You can also access a schools's own website where you will find general information as well more detailed information on the course content, the nature and timing of assessments, the teaching timetable, etc.
Additionally, information on all the University's courses can be found in the Course Catalogue.
As you may come across some terms that you are not familiar with you may wish to consult the University’s
Information for staff
Programme Specifications are required for all undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes. Guidance notes on developing and seeking approval of Programme Specifications are provided alongside other relevant information.