Programme Design and Modification

Programme Approval Form:QMU This form is used to propose a new programme delivered by QMU with no input from a collaborative partner organisation. Note that it is required only for full awards and not stand alone modules or short programmes for CPD purposes. It is divided into three parts, the first two of which are considered by the Portfolio Development Group and the third by the School Academic Board. For further guidance on the Portfolio Development Group, refer to the Programme Development, Monitoring and Review section of the QA Handbook.

Programme Approval Form:collaborative partners This form is used to propose a new programme delivered wholly or partially by a collaborative partner organisation. Such programmes may lead either to an award from QMU or a joint or dual degree with another organisation that also has degree awarding powers. It is divided into three parts, the first two of which are considered by the Portfolio Development Group and the third by the School Academic Board. For further guidance on the Portfolio Development Group, refer to the Programme Development, Monitoring and Review section of the QA Handbook.

 

Validation and Review templates

Templates for Validation and Review Documents are available from the Validation and Review section of this website.

Programme Specification A Programme Specification is required for each programme leading to an award of the University. The Programme Specification is formally approved at the point of validation and reviewed periodically. Programme Specifications are publicly available on the Quality website (link to current Programme Specifications) Note that the current version posted here no longer includes a requirement for a mapping exercise.

Programme Withdrawal Form The programme withdrawal form is completed by Heads of Division in order to request withdrawal of a programme. Module Descriptor Form The module descriptor form includes information about the content of the module, learning outcomes and experiences and the assessment pattern. Please refer to the guidelines below when completing the form.

Module Descriptor Form - guidelines for completion Guidelines on completing the module descriptor form. Module Change Form The Module Change form is used to propose new modules or to withdraw, replace or change existing modules.

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