The overall qualification(s) that a student is completing, e.g., the Graduate Diploma in Music.
A formal alignment or rotation of posts together comprising a programme of training in a given specialty(ies) which counts towards the award of a CCT.
'the Programme' is used to describe all elements of named degrees
term used to encompass courses of study and/or research activity. Back to A-Z menu
an integrated course of academic studies; "he was admitted to a new program at the university"
a broad-based management degree that enables students to gain in-depth knowledge of the subjects central to management
a collection of validated courses which leads to a named award or awards
a course of events e
a course of study approved by the University to lead to a University award (certificate, diploma or degree)
a degree of quality, integrity and security such that mutually interested airlines and regulators can all comfortably accept IOSA audit reports
a flexible course that can focus on Architectural History
a flexible course that enables you either to focus on a broad historical period or to follow a thematic strand such as British Art or Architectural History or the Decorative Arts or Modes of Display
a good first degree or equivalent professional qualification and at least five years practitioner experience
a group of modules which together make up a more advanced qualification
a home study course which allows you to study for an MBA qualification via cost-effective, home study e-learning
an innovative, two year inter-disciplinary public policy course, with strong international links, including Dual MPA options with Columbia University, NY and Sciences Po, Paris
an interdisciplinary degree taught by staff from The Workshop Theatre and the Centre for Development Studies
an upper second class honours degree
a pass in any recognised bachelor's degree of three-year duration in any discipline with mathematics as one of the subjects either at degree level or at the Plus Two level
a post-graduate degree awarded by the University of Wales and is intended to provide an analytical framework that will contribute to an understanding
a professional course that ensures a healthy balance between theoretical foundation and practical exposure to the business world
a requirement of GLP and is one of the principal means by which study personnel, Management, sponsors and ultimately the regulatory authorities are assured of the GLP compliance status of studies
a three year full time course on successful completion of which the SIEC-Deemed University shall confer the degree
a top-up to the Edexcel Diploma in Management Studies, or equivalent, and will significantly enhance your ability to function as a senior manager within a wide range of commercial and service organisations
a total examination comprising three parts (A, B and C), no credit will be given for prior courses completed either for other graduate degrees or diplomas, or where a certificate of proficiency is held
a two-year full time postgraduate course
a two-year, full-time residential course with three periods of study each year in the autumn, winter and spring
a two-year introduction to the advanced study of business administration which is designed to be intellectually stimulating and challenging
a unique course that combines long-term English studies with a specialized business curriculum based on materials from Harvard Business School Publishing
Your whole course of study, for example your Diploma or Degree
A prescribed set of one or more courses or other work which on satisfactory completion leads to the award of a University of Auckland certificate, diploma or degree.
On this website, this term is used to describe a prescribed course of study that leads to a qualification at Birkbeck (e.g. Certificate, BA, MA, PhD).
The structured academic programme leading to a named award of the University into which students are enrolled.
A commonly used abbreviation for ‘Degree Programme'.
BA/BSc (Hons) or BEd (Hons). The term is also used for a complex field in which students can work toward a variety of awards, e.g. Professional Primary Education.
The sum total of study which leads to an award e.g. BSc or MSc. A programme is composed of individual courses. See courses.
An approved combination of modules normally taken over several years to obtain a qualification at undergraduate level. Programmes may be either single honours with a limited range of options (often in one subject area, eg Fine Art) or joint honours which combine two or more subject areas (eg Philosophy and Spanish).
A planned course of study with a distinct start and endpoint designed to meet the requirements of an individual or group of learners and that may or may not be externally accredited. This term is sometimes used interchangeably with 'course'.
the degree the student is studying for, eg MSc in Economics.
This is a collection of courses leading to a named award or awards.
The complete set of modules or elements leading to a degree award.
PROGRAMME: a coherent grouping of subjects and courses into a career-directed sequence.
The entire requirements for the qualification towards which a student is studying (e.g. a certificate programme or degree programme).
It is recognised that HEIs use a variety of means to describe the main focus of a students study including course, pathway and programme. For reasons of consistency with other QAA reports the term programme is used here.
a related package of learning outcomes or courses.
term to describe a learning strategy or structured learning experience; it may include courses for groups, or individual learning plans
This refers to a student's programme of study: e.g. BSc in Natural Sciences, MSc in Economics, etc.
Structured teaching and learning opportunities which lead to an award (for example, a bachelorâ€™s degree in electrical engineering). Quality See Academic quality.
A coherently organised learning opportunity through which learners may achieve credit awards.
is a specific combination of courses that fulfils the requirements for a degree.
A set of courses undertaken by a student towards a degree, conjoint or double degree, diploma or other qualification(s); and the requirements with which a student must comply to gain that qualification(s). See also Course of Study.