Master of Science by Coursework in Major Programme Management
Differences from 2017/18 to 2022/23
1. Candidates will follow for twenty-four months (part time), a programme of instruction in Major Programme Management
and will, when entering for the examination, be required to produce a certificate to this effect from a supervisor of the M. Sc. in Major Programme Management appointed for the purpose.
(assignment/practical work)associated with each component. Modes of assessment and submission dates will be published by the M.Sc. Director and distributed to all candidates in the first week of the Michaelmas Term of the year in which the assessment takes place. All pieces of assessment will be submitted online, as set out in the assessment section of the programme WebLearn site.
The dissertation should demonstrate an ability to identify, formulate, implement and present a project in the area of Major Programme Management. The dissertation, not exceeding 10,000 words in length
(including endnotes, appendices, tables, but excluding references), must be submitted online, as set out in the assessment section of the programme Weblearn site, by noon onthe first Monday
September inthe calendar year in which the examination is taken. All material submitted for the project report shall be accompanied bya declarationof authorship statement indicating that it isthe candidate ’s own work.
. Candidates who fail to satisfy the Examiners in the assessment of any one of the components may retake/resubmit the failed assessment only once, no more than
sixmonths after the releaseof results forthe original pieceof assessment. Candidates who fail to satisfy the examiners in the dissertation may resubmit it on one, but no more than one, occasion which shall be by Week 10 of the Hilary Term in the following year.
4. The Examiners may choose to examine any candidate or group viva voce. 5. The Examiners may award a distinction for overall excellence in the examination.
threeand not more than twelve months at any one time. ’suspension of status in this way by the MSc Director.
Schedule of Core Courses
(i) Designing and Managing Successful Programmes
Major Programme Risk
(vi) Research Methods
(vii) Managing Performance
(viii) Globalisation and Major Programmes