FACULTY OF HUMANITIES & EDUCATION HANDBOOK 2010–2011
or dance. The student will work under close supervision of the lecturer and be expected to make class presentations and provide a journal of his/her activities. For further information, please contact the EBCCI.
the next academic year. The same applies to final year students who, as a result of having failed a course in Semester I, need to gain 21 credits in Semester II to complete the degree. Students in these categories should register their topic with the moderator by 31st May.
GENERAL INFORMATION FOR THE RESEARCH PAPER
Students must ensure that their Research Paper comply with the Faculty and/or Departmental guidelines before submitting it. (See guiDelines for suBmission of Coursework p. 82 for more information).
Deadline The deadline for the submission of the completed Research Paper is 6th May. The HUMN3099 is to be submitted to the Faculty Office while the PHIL3099, the PSYC3011 and the HUMN3901 are to be submitted to the department of History & Philosophy, the School of Education and the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination respectively. Only in exceptional circumstances will a paper be accepted after that date.
Corrections All studies shall be marked as received. However, after marking, a study may be returned for correction of minor editorial/stylistic errors, for purposes of lodgement in the Library but not for remarking.
Online Registration of Research Paper Students are reminded that the research paper is regarded as a yearlong course carrying six (6) credits, and are therefore required to register online for the paper in each semester.
NOTE: Students who, at the beginning of an academic year, need only the research paper to complete the degree, are reminded that they are still required to register online for this research paper and to submit the study at the normal time
Failures Students who do not submit a paper by the deadline date for submission shall be deemed to have failed and must register as normal in the next academic year.
Students who, having duly submitted, did not pass at the first attempt and wish to graduate without losing time may re-submit not later than the last Friday in August provided that all regulations governing Final Year Supplemental Examination are observed.
Students who fail the Research Paper on the first attempt are allowed a total of four additional submissions within a period of two years Any change in topic must be approved by and registered with the Moderator.
Deferral Full-time students who are allowed to take more than 36 credits (12 courses) but not more than 42 credits (14 courses) in their final year to complete the degree must register their Caribbean Study as deferred. Such students will be permitted to submit their study not later than the last Friday in August before the beginning of