Conservation Dissertation - 20 credits (HS2336)
The dissertation is an important part of Undergraduate study since it encompasses many study skills developed in other modules within the degree scheme. Producing a dissertation tests student ability to research, collate and present a finite project. Work may be experimental, theoretical, practical or a literature review. The module provides students with an initial introduction to the structure of research. Normally a plan for the dissertation has been developed in the independent study module.
Staff: David Watkinson
Teaching: Introductory lectures, discussion of topic, regular discussion between student and supervisor with not less than three meetings per semester.
Assessment: Dissertation of not more than 10,000 words (100%)
Semester: Autumn and Spring