For the bibliography module, students submit a working bibliography of between 25-50 items and give an oral presentation of no more than five minutes in the last seminar of the module.
Each core module is assessed by an essay of 5,000 words, each option module by an essay of 4,000 words.
In addition, students must submit a dissertation of not more than 15,000 words by 15 September of the year in which the taught course is completed.
The course may be taken in one year (12 months) full-time or two years (24 months) part-time. Part-time students take the core modules in their first year and the optional modules in their second year. The core modules are taught on Wednesdays in the first and second semesters. The options are taught on other days of the week.
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