CO-ORDINATOR: Dr Phil Bartie
Teaching programme: You will work under the supervision of a member of academic staff and perhaps as part of the supervisor’s research group. You should conduct extensive background reading (literature review) relevant to your project.
Expectations of students: You should spend a total of 600 hours working on your project from starting to submission of the completed dissertation. It is essential that you manage your time effectively to cope with data collection, reading for your Honours project and also ensuring that coursework for other modules is completed on time. Your supervisor will set task/checkpoints with deadlines throughout your project.
This will vary from project to project but students are expected to develop the skills necessary to work independently on their data collection.
|Total Study Time||600 hours|
|Scheduled Learning & Teaching||0 hours: lectures, seminars, practical classes and workshops, external visits, scheduled on-line discussions or similar|
|Guided Independent Study||600 hours: both directed learning undertaken in student's own time, and their own self-directed study for assessment|