Full-time or part-time MSc?
All MSc study routes start with the core introductory September and November modules. Full-time study on an MSc will then take you 18 months from starting in September. Part-time study on an MSc will take 3 years
Part-time study requires completion of the introductory modules in September and November then a further two modules in your first academic year and a further 4 taught modules in your second year of study. All MSc courses end with an MSc dissertation.
Every student at CAT learns by distance either between residential study visits for a few modules at a time or for the whole course in its entirety.
Distance learning offers you the flexibility to maintain some of your existing work, life or perhaps family commitments whilst studying. Virtual Learning Environments and discussion apps allow for all students to interact no matter their chosen method of study.
Which level of study?
MSc awards require: core and optional modules (120 credits) + a compulsory dissertation (60 credits)
You can also exit an MSc early to receive a Postgraduate Diploma or Certificate. These can also be entry awards on to the programme.
Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) awards require core and optional modules (120 credits).
Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) awards require only core course-specific modules or depending on the course, core and some optional modules (60 credits).
NOTE: Each module description on the course page provides the credit amount.
MArch Sustainable Architecture award requires 240 credits of core modules. The course is accredited by the ARB (Architects Registration Board) and is a Part 2 course for those looking to continue their training to become qualified architects.
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