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A bit of advance info about class timetable for new starters on MSc health psych

When you come for induction on 24th September we’ll give you a detailed timetable for your classes and coursework deadlines for the academic year ahead.  However, some of you are understandably keen to know now the outline of your commitments to attend.  

FULL-TIME route (completing MSc in one academic year)

If you start full-time in October you will need to attend classes Tuesdays and Thursdays 1-6 pm every week from 1st October to 12th December AND 21st January to 3rd April.

You’ll be taking M96PY, M98PY, M145PY and a research methods module in semester one.  These (plus the dissertation proposal from M147PY) will all be assessed by the end of semester one (mid January).

You’ll be taking M97PY, M99PY, M146PY and a second research methods module in semester two. These will all be assessed by the end of semester two (mid May).

There are no classes timetabled after 3rd April.

The empirical dissertation paper is due in August.

PART-TIME route

If you start part-time in October you will need to attend Tuesdays 1-6 pm every week from 1st October to 10th December AND 21st January to 1st April.

You will be taking M96PY and a research methods module in semester one.  These will all be assessed by the end of semester one (mid January).

You’ll be taking M97PY and a second research methods module in semester two. These will all be assessed by the end of semester two (mid May).

There are no classes timetabled after 3rd April.

Part-time students need two academic years to complete the course. 

Hope this helps with your advance planning.

Carol P.

(Course Director)


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