On this route of study, students must take a minimum of 40 (two courses), and a maximum of 60 credits (three courses) in Years 1 and 2, and a minimum of 20, and maximum of 40 credits in Year 3. Students studying part-time must take at least one course per 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: