Students studying full time take three courses in the September semester and three courses in the January semester, followed by the dissertation at the end of the January semester. 120 taught credits must be completed before embarking on the dissertation stage.
For further information see:
*You must seek advice on course selection from your Programme Director*
Please note that there are 120 credits (three taught courses and the dissertation) which are compulsory for this programme.
The three taught compulsory courses are:
LAWS11386: The Fundamentals of Law & Medical Ethics
LAWS11394: Law and Ethics at the Start and End of Life
LAWS11390: Fundamentals in Bioethics
The dissertation is also compulsory and must be taken on completion of the taught element of the programme (i.e. 120 credits/six courses).
In addition to these compulsory requirements:
A minimum of 40 credits (two courses) must be taken from the Group B courses in this programme. A maximum of 60 credits can be taken from this Group.
A maximum of 20 credits (one course) can be taken from either the Group C courses or the Group D courses in this programme.
*Please note that a course from Group D can only be taken with the approval of your Programme Director*
For more information on this programme's courses please see: