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Programme specification (pdf) - University of Hertfordshire

Programme specification (pdf) - University of Hertfordshire

Table 1b Final and

Table 1b Final and interim awards available The programme provides the following final and interim awards: Interim awards Minimum requirements Available at end of Level University Certificate 45 credit points at level 4 4 Certificate of Higher Education 120 credit points at level 4 4, 5 University Diploma in Computer Science Diploma of Higher Education in Computer Science Students with an enrolment date of September 2008, or thereafter will be eligible for: BSc in Computer Science BSc in Information Technology Students with an enrolment date prior to September 2008 will be eligible for: BSc in Computer Science BSc in Information Technology BSc (Hons) Computer Science is available as an interim award for MEng awards) Final awards BSc(Hons) is available as a final award with the following titles, all of which are available as an optional sandwich award: Computer Science Computer Science (Software Engineering) Computer Science (Networks) Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) Information Technology Information Technology (Web-based Systems) Information Technology (Entertainment Systems) Information Technology (Business Systems) BSc(Hons) Computer Science with a year Abroad BSc(Hons) Information Technology with a year Abroad MEng in Computer Science MEng in Computer Science (Sandwich) MEng in Computer Science (Accelerated) 180 credit points including at least 60 at level 5 240 credit points including at least 120 at level 5 300 credits, including 180 at Level 5 or above, of which at least 60 must be at Level 6 or above. 270 credits, including 180 at Level 5 or above, of which at least 90 must be at Level 6 or above. 360 credit points including 240 at level 5 or above, of which 120 must be at level 6 or above. 360 credit points including 240 at level 5 or above, of which 120 must be at level 6 or above. Additionally for the sandwich award: successful completion of the year in industry 360 credit points including 240 at level 5 or above, of which 120 must be at level 6 or above; and successful completion of the year abroad 480 credit points including 360 at level 5 or above, of which 120 must be at level 6 or above, and 120 at level 7. Additionally for the sandwich award and for the Accelerated award: successful completion of the year in industry 5, 6 5, 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 V1.6 / Main Programme Specification / January 2013 / AS © University of Hertfordshire 2012 26

E. Support for students and their learning An overview of the primary support mechanisms provided for students and their learning is shown in the table below: V1.6 / Main Programme Specification / January 2013 / AS © University of Hertfordshire 2012 27 STUDY MODE Activity CAMPUS MODE ON-LINE MODE Delivery of primary teaching material Tutorial support Practical work Setting and marking of assessed work Books and Journals By UH staff in class contact time By UH staff in class contact time and electronically By UH staff (academic and technical) in class contact time and by private study by the student “Any where, any when” study of materials prepared by UH staff obtainable electronically By electronic communication with UH staff (“any where, any when” subject to reasonable response delays) By “any where, any when” private study supported by UH staff (academic and technical) subject to reasonable response delays TUTORED E-LEARNING MODE 1 By study of materials prepared by UH staff obtainable electronically By support centre academic staff in class contact and electronically 2 By UH staff By UH staff By UH staff UH Learning and Information Services and student-purchased textbooks UH Learning and Information Services and supplied textbooks By support centre academic staff (academic and technical) in class contact 2 and by private study by the student UH Learning and Information Services and supplied textbooks Pastoral care UH staff UH staff Support centre academic staff Student UH staff UH staff UH staff administration Private study By the student at UH, their residence or elsewhere by their choice By the student at their residence or elsewhere by their choice By the student at the support centre, their residence or elsewhere by their choice 1 A full-time student is expected to study for approximately 40 hours per week, some of which will be at the Support Centre. The Support Centre will be expected to provide facilities for students to study there for at least 15 hours per week for a full-time student. 2 This will mirror the level of support provided on the equivalent campus programme but will typically be 12 hours per 15 credit module in total for practical and tutorial support More specifically support is provided as follows: On campus students are typically Students are supported by: A Year/Programme Tutor to help students understand the course/programme structure; Personal Tutors to provide academic and pastoral support; Student representatives on programme committees; A designated programme administrator; An induction week at the beginning of each new academic session; Overseas Orientation (where applicable); An extensive Learning Resources Centre, incorporating a library and computer centre; A substantial Student Centre that provides advice on issues such as finance, University regulations, legal matters, accommodation, international student support, etc;

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