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CENTRE FOR LIFELONG LEARNING - SCOTTISH ARCHAEOLOGY

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KL 4032 / KL 4532
SCOTTISH CULTURE: SPECIAL SUBJECT 1/SCOTTISH CULTURE: SPECIAL SUBJECT 2
CREDIT POINTS 30

Course Co-ordinator: Mr D Paterson

Pre-requisite(s): 90 credits at level 3 from Scottish Studies and/or Scottish Archaeology courses.

Note(s): Students taking Special Subject 1 or 2 are each allocated a supervisor, and develop their work under the personal supervision of the nominated individual.

The topic chosen for KL 4530 Special Subject II can, by agreement with the Programme Co-ordinator, be on a topic related to that studied in KL 4030.

An intensive study of a limited Scottish theme, topic, period or problem based on primary sources and other relevant material to allow students to pursue a programme of reading and analysis of a specific subject area with the support, guidance and direction of an academic well-versed in the subject. It may be used to develop themes encountered in previous study, but will also allow wide reading around a subject, which may provide the focus for the dissertation. Precise subjects are determined in consultation with staff and identified student interest.

Each student will be assigned a supervisor, who will make available regular consultation times. Meetings can be face to face or by telephone and e mail as appropriate.

1st Attempt: A dissertation of 8,000-9,000 words.

Resit: Resubmission of the dissertation following feedback.