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M.Phil. Degree (one-year course): Examinations in Environmental Policy, Land Economy (Option B), Planning, Growth, and Regeneration, and Real Estate Finance, 2006-07: Notice

The Degree Committee for the Department of Land Economy give notice that in the academical year 2006-07 the modules for: Environmental Policy; Land Economy (Option B); Planning, Growth, and Regeneration; and Real Estate Finance, in the examination for the M.Phil Degree (one-year course), in addition to the compulsory dissertation, will be as follows. Each candidate's course of study will be subject to the approval of the Degree Committee. Modules may be withdrawn if there is not sufficient demand. Availability of modules to individuals will be subject to prerequisite modules specified by the Department of Land Economy as specified in the Postgraduate Handbook, and timetabling constraints.

Environmental Policy

Core methodology module

Core modules

Optional modules

Land Economy (Option B)

Compulsory module

Modules providing a further element of research training. Candidates must offer at least one of these modules.

Further Optional modules

Planning, Growth, and Regeneration

Core methodology modules

Core modules

Optional modules

Real Estate Finance

Core methodology option

Core modules

Optional modules

The Degree Committee also give notice that in the examination to be held in 2006-07, in addition to the compulsory dissertation in each M.Phil.:

1. The modules offered in the Michaelmas Term will be examined before the start of Full Lent Term by an essay or project not exceeding 4,000 words, and/or by written examination.

2. The modules offered in the Lent Term will be examined before the start of Full Easter Term by an essay and/or project and/or written examination.

3. All written examinations shall be of two or three hours' duration.


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Cambridge University Reporter 19 July 2006
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