Details of 80 credit modules on undergraduate higher education courses

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Dear University of Stirling,

Please could you provide me with a list of all your undergraduate higher education courses which contain a single 80 SCQF credit module.

For each 80-credit module you deliver, please give the SCQF level and provide me with the module descriptor or curriculum document which lists how the notional learning hours are allocated to the module. Please could you give me the mode of delivery and also the learning outcomes, aims, objectives and modes of assessment for that module. If there are any essays/dissertations etc. please give the word count for those.

Yours faithfully,

F Smith

Freedom of Information Unit, University of Stirling

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respond as soon as possible.

 

Regards,

 

Freedom of Information Unit

University of Stirling

 

 

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Freedom of Information Unit, University of Stirling

Dear Ms Smith

 

I refer to your Freedom of Information request regarding 80 credit
modules.  The responses to your questions are below:

 

Please could you provide me with a list of all your undergraduate higher
education courses which contain a single 80 SCQF credit module.

 

The University of Stirling only offers undergraduate modules up to 60
credits.

 

For each 80-credit module you deliver, please give the SCQF level and
provide me with the module descriptor or curriculum document which lists
how the notional learning hours are allocated to the module. Please could
you give me the mode of delivery and also the learning outcomes, aims,
objectives and modes of assessment for that module. If there are any
essays/dissertations etc. please give the word count for those.

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Freedom of Information Unit

University of Stirling

 

 

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