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MSc Health Psych Timetable for 2014/15

Teaching Days

Classes run on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 

Semesters

Semester one
Classes run for 11 weeks – from the week beginning 29th September to the week beginning 8th December.

There is a three week break over Christmas and the New Year (15 Dec – 2 Jan).
Some assessments (class tests or exams) for this semester may take place in the weeks beginning 5th and 12th January.

Semester two
Classes run for 11 weeks – from the week beginning 19th January to the week beginning 16th March AND the weeks beginning 13th and 20th April.

There is a three week break over Easter (23 March – 10 April).
Some assessments (class tests or exams) for this semester may take place in the weeks beginning 27th April and 4th May.

Semester three
This runs for 11 weeks from the week beginning 11th May but has no timetabled classes for MSc students on the health psych masters programmes.
Some work may be due for assessment during this period.

Full-time vs. Part-time

Full-time students take all the modules listed for the MSc Health Psychology, i.e. they attend Tuesdays and Thursdays in both semester one and semester two.

Part-time students in year one attend only Tuesday’s modules (both semesters)

Part-time students in year two attend only Thursday’s modules (both semesters)

Details

Further details of times and dates of individual modules class times to follow.

Coursework deadlines

A full list of coursework deadlines will be provided when you attend induction day. Details of work required on each individual module will be provided in the module guide. These guides will be available to you on our online learning system once you enrol for the course.

Module leaders

Each module has a named member of staff who leads it. This person takes overall administrative responsibility for the module and may also deliver some of the teaching. Most modules include a variety of guest speakers, some internal and some external to the university.

 


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