Master of Science by Coursework in Educational Assessment (Part-time)
Differences from 2020/21 to 2022/23
Candidates must follow for six terms a course of instruction specializing in Educational Assessment. This course is available on a part-time basis only.
2. The examination shall consist of three core papers, one option paper, and a dissertation. Candidates will be informed of the available options by Friday of 0th week of Michaelmas Term in the year they start their course. 3. Papers are normally assessed by one or more coursework assignments totaling no more than 4,500 words (inclusive of footnotes but excluding bibliography and appendices). The details of the assessment requirements for each paper will be provided in the Course Handbook. All such assignments must be uploaded to the University approved online assessment platform Each submission must be accompanied by a declaration indicating that it is the candidate’s own work. 4. Candidates are required to submit a dissertation of 15,000 – 20,000 words (inclusive of footnotes/endnotes but excluding appendices and references or bibliography), the title to be selected in consultation with the supervisor, on a topic relevant to the course. The subject and title selected by the candidate must be approved by the course director at a time to be announced at the beginning of the academic year in which the examination is taken. 5. The dissertation must be uploaded to the University approved online assessment platform Copies should be anonymous except for the candidate number, and accompanied by a declaration indicating that it is the candidate’s own work. 6. If a candidate receives a failing mark for any of the summative assessments, they may resubmit the assessment on one further occasion normally when the assessment is next examined the following year. If a candidate fails the dissertation, they may resubmit the dissertation one further time on the next occasion when this is examined. 7. Candidates may also be required to attend an oral examination. The oral examination will normally be on the candidate’s dissertation.