Dissertation in Latin for Study Abroad Programmes
SCQF Level 10
Academic year(s): 2019-2020
SCOTCAT credits : 60
ECTS credits : 30
Level : SCQF Level 10
Availability restrictions: Available only to final-year Honours students in the School of Classics who have been accepted into a relevant Study Abroad programme.
This module enables St Andrews students on Study Abroad schemes to carry out a substantial piece of work on a topic essentially of their own choice, under the joint supervision of one member of staff at the host institution and another in St Andrews. It is particularly intended for use in institutions where the language of instruction is not English and a language barrier would otherwise prevent the student from studying there successfully. The dissertation will be written in English and may relate to any aspect of Latin literature or life in ancient Rome, provided that the study of Latin texts is involved. The topic must be approved by the Dissertations Co-ordinator and Honours Adviser/Study Abroad Co-ordinator in Classics. The dissertation will be completed over one semester and will be marked by staff in St Andrews.
Pre-requisite(s): 40 credits from LT2001, LT2002, LT2003, LT2004, including one pass at 11 or better, or a pass in LT3018, or evidence of equivalent linguistic achievement.
Anti-requisite(s): You cannot take this module if you take CL4794 or take CL4795 or take CL4990 or take CL4998 or take CL4999 or take GK4998 or take GK4999 or take LT4999
Weekly contact: One to one supervision
Scheduled learning hours: 10
Guided independent study hours: 585
As used by St Andrews: Coursework = 100%
As defined by QAA
Written examinations : 0%
Practical examinations : 0%
Re-assessment: Coursework (resubmission of dissertation = 100%)
Module coordinator: Dr N Manioti
Module teaching staff: Individual supervisors assigned as required