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Programme Details 2014-2015

INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE/STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS: ADDITIONAL MODULE CHOICES
Levels HE1, HE2 and HE3

From the list below, please choose 9 modules you are interested in taking during your semester. Please then include them on your application form, in order of preference. You will take up to 60 UK credits worth of modules during your semester with us but please select 9 modules to avoid disappointment through last-minute changes or timetable clashes. Module offerings are subject to availability and timetabling.

For further information please contact our International Centre, +44 (0) 208 392 3192, international@roehampton.ac.uk.



LEVEL HE1



AUTUMN TERM (students choose the A suffix variant)

Business Studies
BUS010C910A or S - People & Organisations

Cultural Studies
CUL020C910 - Mapping the Field

Dance Studies
DAN010C910A or S - Looking at Dances
DAN010C911 - Level 1 Technique (Combined Honours)

English Language & Linguistics
ELA010C910A or S - Introduction to Linguistics

History
HSA010C910A - Introduction to Ancient History - Rome

Modern Languages
MLE010C910 - English Language 1
MLE010C912 - London as a Resource
MLF010C910 - French Language Skills
MLF010C911A or S - French Language 1

Philosophy
HSA010C915A - Philosophy, Critical Thinking and Logic
HSA010C916 - Classical Philosophy

Sport & Exercise Science
SES010C910A - Introduction to Sport & Exercise Psychology

Sociology
SOC010C912 - Sociology: From the Personal to the Global

SPRING TERM (students choose the S suffix variant)

Business Studies
BUS010C910A or S - People & Organisations

Cultural Studies
CUL020C910 - Mapping the Field

Dance Studies
DAN010C910A or S - Looking at Dances
DAN010C911 - Level 1 Technique (Combined Honours)

English Language & Linguistics
ELA010C910A or S - Introduction to Linguistics

History
HSA010C911S - Introduction to Ancient History - Athens

Modern Languages
MLE010C910 - English Language 1
MLF010C910 - French Language Skills
MLF010C911A or S - French Language 1



LEVEL HE2



AUTUMN TERM (students choose the A suffix variant)

Business Studies
BUS010N920 - Business Research
BUS010N921A - International Business Environment
BUS010N922 - Human Resource Management 1
BUS010N923A or S - Marketing Management
BUS010N924A or S - Contract & Consumer Law
BUS010N925A or S - Managerial Economics
BUS010N926A or S - Entrepreneurship

English Language & Linguistics or TESOL
ELA020N920A - Phonetics & Phonology
ELA010N921A or S - Linguistics Workshop

Modern Languages
MLF010N920A or S - French Language 2
MLF010N921A or S - Aspects of Translating & Interpreting (French)
MLS020N920 - Spanish for Continuing Beginners
MLS010N921A or S - Hispanic Culture & Society

Sport & Exercise Science
SES010N920A - Applied Biomechanics
SES010N924A - Research Methods for Sport and Exercise Sciences

SPRING TERM (students choose the S suffix variant)

Business Studies
BUS010N920 - Business Research
* BUS010N922 - Human Resource Management 1
* BUS010N923A or S - Marketing Management
BUS010N924A or S - Contract & Consumer Law
* BUS010N925A or S - Managerial Economics
* BUS010N926A or S - Entrepreneurship

* Please note that students choosing the Spring (S suffix) variants of these modules must have prior knowledge of the subject.

English Language & Linguistics or TESOL
ELA010N921A or S - Linguistics Workshop

Modern Languages
MLF010N920A or S - French Language 2
MLF010N921A or S - Aspects of Translating & Interpreting (French)
MLS020N920 - Spanish for Continuing Beginners
MLS010N921A or S - Hispanic Culture & Society

Sport & Exercise Science
SES010N924A - Research Methods for Sport and Exercise Sciences



LEVEL HE3



AUTUMN TERM (students choose the A suffix variant)

Business Studies
BUS010X930 - Learning and Development in Organisations
BUS010X931A - Cross Cultural Management
BUS010X932A - Capital Markets and Investment
BUS010X933A - Economics and Government
BUS010X934A or S - Applied Marketing Communications

Dance Studies
DAN010X930A - From Process to Product
DAN010X931A - The Resourceful Choreographer
DAN010X932A - Philosophy & Aesthetics: Thinking through Dance Art
DAN010X933S - Dance Criticism in Practice

French
FRE010X930 - French Language 3

Sport & Exercise Science
SES010X930A or S - Advanced Topics in Psychology
SES010X931A - Biomechanics: Performance & Injury
SES010X932A - Exercise & Health
SES010X933A or S - Nutritional & Environmental Influences on Performance
SES010X936 - Training Programme

SPRING TERM (students choose the S suffix variant)

Business Studies
* BUS010X930 - Learning and Development in Organisations
BUS010X932A - Capital Markets and Investment
BUS010X933A - Economics and Government
* BUS010X934A or S - Applied Marketing Communications

* Please note that students choosing the Spring (S suffix) variants of these modules must have prior knowledge of the subject.

French
FRE010X930 - French Language 3

Sport & Exercise Science
SES010X930A or S - Advanced Topics in Psychology
SES010X933A or S - Nutritional & Environmental Influences on Performance

Module annotations:
¬ - module not available in 2011-2012.

Notes:
a) Each module code consists of a three-letter module prefix denoting the programme it belongs to (eg BSS010C110A = Biosciences), the following three digits refer to its credit value (eg BSS010C110A = 10 credits), the single letter in the middle (eg BSS010C110A) denotes the module level (eg C = HE1, N = HE2, X = HE3), the last three digits denote its unique number (eg BSS010C110A), and the final letter denotes its suffix (eg BSS010C110A). The suffixes indicate the following: A - Autumn term, S - Spring term, H Summer term/Summer intensive mode and Y - All year.

b) Individual module details can be viewed by clicking on each module code or using the "View all modules" link below for a complete list of module assessments and descriptions. Where an assessment has more than one component all elements must be passed, unless individual module assessment details state otherwise.


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