Programme Specifications detail information about the programme of study and typically include:
- Educational aims of the programme
- Intended learning outcomes
- Programme structure and requirements
- Support for students and their learning
- Criteria for admission
- Methods for evaluation and enhancing the quality and standards of teaching and learning
- Regulation of assessment
- Indicators of quality and standards
- List of mandatory and option modules
- Capabilities (skills) map
Faculty of Arts & Humanities
Coventry University’s Faculty of Arts & Humanities has a 3500-strong student body and a rich history of educating some of the world’s leading artists, designers and creative thinkers since 1843.
Within the Faculty there are three schools:
School of Art and Design
School of Humanities
School of Media and Performing Arts
Faculty of Business & Law
Coventry University’s Faculty of Business and Law comprises of the Coventry Business School and Coventry Law School.
We specialise in the following disciplines:
- Economics, Finance and Accounting
- Marketing and Management
- Strategy and Leadership
Faculty of Engineering, Environment & Computing
The Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing is situated in the birthplace of the British motor industry and the historical heart of UK manufacturing.
The Faculty is comprised of three Schools:
School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics
School of Energy, Construction and Environment
School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Automotive Engineering
Faculty of Health & Life Sciences
The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences is home to the largest selection of forward thinking vocational health and social care courses in the Midlands.
Schools within our Faculty include:
School of Life Sciences
School of Psychological, Social and Behavioural Sciences
School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health
Earlier Programme Specifications
The programme specifications listed reflect the current course structure and modules. Earlier programme specifications may be available on request from the registry. A charge will be made which reflects the cost of processing the request.