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COLLEGE OF LIFE SCIENCES
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Radiography 3

BSc Radiography Stage 4

Medicine 4-5

Degrees of MB BCh, BAO

BHMED001 Stage 5 Medicine

Nursing 6-7

Stage 4 Nursing Programme

Nursing, Midwifery & Health Systems Year 4 (Level 3)

Bachelor of Science(Nursing) General Stage 4 (Level 3)

Bachelor of Science (Nursing) Psychiatric Stage 4 (Level 3)

Veterinary Medicine 8-9

Diploma in Veterinary Nursing Stage 2 & 3

Diploma in Rural Development 10-11 DPLSC007 – Diploma in Rural Development ( Level 1)

Bachelor of Science in Rural Development 12 - 13 BHAGR018 - Bachelor of Science in Rural Development (Level 2 to 3)

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND LAW

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BBS Stage 3

B.Comm (Intl) Stage 4

BBLS,STAGE4 17-18

BHLAW001 Bachelor of Business and Legal Studies (BBLS)

BHLAW006 Degree of Bachelor of Business & Legal Studies (European) BHLAW007Degree of Bachelor of Business & Legal Studies (International)

BComm (Cesuga) 19-22

BSC RADIOGRAPHY

The Following Changes to Radiography Marks & Standards were approved:

Marks and Standards 4th Radiography 2007/8

Subject




Marks

Exam

Written or

practical in-course

assessment

ECT

S

RDGY301 80

Diagnostic Imaging II

100

80

20

5

RDGY301 20

Practice of Radiography V

100




100

5

RDGY201 50

Technology of Radiography V

100

70

30

5

PATH3001 0

Systematic Pathology (Radiography)

100

100

-

5

RDGY301 60

Legal Medicine and Professional Radiography

Issues

100

80

20

5

RDGY30090

Radiography Degree Dissertation

200

160

40

10

RDGY30280

Clinical Skills 4-1

200

-

200*

10

RDGY30200

Clinical Skills 4-2

100

-

100*

5

RDGY30040

Advanced Radiographic Practice

100




100

5

RDGY301 90

Diagnostic Imaging III

100

50

50

5

*Clinical Skills Modules:

Contain Must Pass assessment components

Clinical Attendance

Candidates must normally achieve at least 80% attendance at clinical placements, and must learning activities before taking the end of module assessment.
Candidates not achieving the requisite attendance stated above must, before completing the such clinical placement as is considered necessary to address the deficit.

successfully complete relevant specified

module and its assessments, undertake

Candidates who do not complete the module placements within the prescribed clinical placement period will be scheduled for Clinical Recovery Placements to facilitate students in the completion of the clinical placement requirements. The Clinical Recovery Placements will be scheduled in agreement with supervising Practice Tutors within the clinical environment, which may involve clinical placement during the summer months. Progression to the next stage is not normally allowed if the clinical modules identified in each stage of the programme are not completed prior to the start of the next academic session. For Stage 4 students graduation may be delayed until clinical recovery placements are completed.

Compensation

In order to pass the 4th year examination a candidate must pass all modules independently; or pass by compensation when an aggregate mark of 50% is achieved. A maximum of two modules may be compensated. Students must achieve 45% or more in the module(s) in which compensation is sought.

MEDICINE

DEGREES OF MB, BCh, BAO

General Regulations

The Fifth Year of Medicine Examination must be passed before proceeding to the Final Medical (Part 1) Examination.

A candidate rejected or absent in Medicine, Surgery or Obstetrics and Gynaecology must, before being readmitted, produce satisfactory evidence that he/she has, during the interval, pursued study of such subject or subjects.



This examination is taken in February with a repeat examination in the Summer. BHMED001 UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION OF STAGE FIVE MEDICINE

Code

Subject Marks

Written Oral and/or Clinical

MCQ

Project

GPRS 4001

General Practice 100

40

30

30




FMED 4003

Legal Medicine 100

60




20

20

OPHT 4001

Ophthalmology 100




50

50




OTOL 4001

Otolaryngology 100




50

50




FMED 4004

Medical Ethics 100

80







20

PHME 4001

Public Health Medicine &
















Epidemiology 100

75




20

5

In General Practice, Legal Medicine, Medical Ethics and Public Health Medicine and Epidemiology a borderline candidate for a pass or a particular honours grade may be invited to attend an oral examination at the discretion of the examiners. No specific marks are assigned for the oral examination but to allow students an opportunity to improve their grades, extra marks may be allocated to the overall result on the basis of the oral.

MB, BCh, BAO DEGREES EXAMINATION

MARKS MAXIMA

Part I

Subject

Marks

PAED 5001

Paediatrics

100

PSYC 5001

Psychiatry

100

OBGY 5001

Obstetrics & Gynaecology 200

Part II

Subject

Marks

MEDN 6001

Medicine

200*

SURG 6001

Surgery

200+

* 75 marks are allocated to the Junior Residency period (see below

+ 50 marks are allocated to an examination at end of Junior Residency period. Final MB, BCh, BAO Examination 2008– Subject of Medicine Only



Subject

MCQ

Data

Interpretation

Clinical

OSCE

Oral

Continuous

Assessment

Residence Year 2006

Medicine (75 Marks)

10%




17.5%







10%

ResidenceYear2007

Medicine (75 Marks)

10%




17.5%







*10%

Final Year 2007

Medicine (125 Marks)

7.5%

7.5%




35%

12.5%




Final Year 2008

Medicine (125 Marks)

10%

15%




25%

12.5%




*Continuous Assessment: June MCQ – 5 marks

June Long Case– 5 marks

2nd Term MPU presentation– 5 marks 2nd Term Case Write-up – 5 marks

Examination Format Residency Year Component

x One MCQ paper of twenty questions each with five stems – negative marking. x Combined Medicine – Surgery Long Case - (see below)

x Continuous Assessment

Residency Year Combined Medicine and Surgery Long Case

In this evaluation candidates will assess a patient for 45 minutes during which time they will be expected to perform a complete history and physical examination (including fundoscopy) and formulate a differential diagnosis. The student will then be joined by a pair of examiners (one physician, one surgeon) for another 20-25 minutes who will examine the student on aspects of the history, physical examination and differential diagnosis, and on other aspects of pathophysiology, investigations and treatment.

Pass Standard 50%

In subjects including both written and practical examinations, a candidate may be rejected on the grounds of extreme weakness in one or other part of the examination, in which case a pass mark for the subject will not be granted.

In the MB, BCh, BAO Degree Examination the subjects Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics or Psychiatry may be passed separately. Failure in the clinical portion of the examination in any of these subjects will entail failure in the whole subject.



Compensation

Compensation between subjects shall not be permitted.

Exemptions

A candidate who has obtained a pass mark in a subject shall be exempted from further examination in that subject.

In the MB, BCh, BAO Degree examination an exemption will normally be held for a period of two years. A candidate who achieves a sufficient standard in the written, clinical and MCQ parts of the examination in either Medicine or Surgery or Obstetrics and Gynaecology may be exempted from taking the oral examination in that subject. In supplemental examinations the MCQ paper and dissertation may be waived, the marks allocated to this being transferred to the oral examination.



Honours Standard

First Class Honours

70%

Second Class Honours, Grade I

65%

Second Class Honours, Grade II

60%

Honours Standard (MB, BCh, BAO Degree Examinations)

Honours (First Class) 70%

Honours 60%

Overall Honours in an examination may be awarded on the aggregate marks obtained in the subjects of the examination.

Honours may be awarded in individual subjects. Normally overall honours and honours in individual subjects may be awarded only when the examination is passed at the first attempt and when all subjects are presented together.



In the Final Medical Examination, overall honours and honours in individual subjects may only be awarded when all the subjects of Part 1 are passed together, the subjects of Part II are passed together and the Final Medical Examination as a whole is passed within a period of twelve months.

BSC NURSING GENERAL & PSYCHIATRIC

Nursing, Midwifery & Health Systems

Year 4 (Level Three), Transitional curriculum 2007-8

Module title

Level

ECTS

credits

Semester

Social Science and Social Science (Applied)










Health and social policy

3

5

2

Nursing










Nursing VI (General Mode)

3

10

2

Nursing VII (General Mode)

3

10

2

Nursing VIII (General Mode)

3

5

2

Nursing Research

3

5

1

Nursing Management & Quality Improvement

3

5

2

Philosophical and Legal Issues

3

5

1

Teaching &Assessing

3

5

2

Sub-total




50




Clinical Placements










Clinical Placement IV (General)

3

10

1

Sub-total




10
















Total ECTS credits




60




Applicable Marks and Standards …

Bachelor of Science (Nursing)

In order to attain a pass grade in Clinical Assessment IV, a student must meet the requirements for a pass grade in Clinical Assessment III and must meet An Bord Altranais registration requirements in respect of the duration and type of clinical instruction

Oral Examination

An oral examination may be offered if considered necessary by examiners.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (NURSING) GENERAL

NURS

Nursing VI (General Mode)

200

40050







NURS

Nursing VII (General Mode)

200

40060







NURS

Nursing VIII (General Mode)

200

40070







NURS

Nursing Research

300

40110







NURS

Nursing Management and Quality Improvement

100

40120







NURS

Health and Social Policy

100

40130







NURS

Philosophical and Legal Issues

100

30730







NURS

Teaching and Assessing

100

30740







NURS

Clinical Placements IV

Pass/Fail

30800

2007– 2008 …

Stage 4 (Level Three)

Module title

Level

ECTS

credits

Semester

Social Science and Social Science (Applied)










Health and social policy

3

5

2

Nursing










Nursing VI (Psychiatric Mode)

3

10

2

Nursing VII (Psychiatric Mode)

3

10

2

Nursing VIII (Psychiatric Mode)

3

5

2

Nursing Research

3

5

1

Nursing Management & Quality Improvement

3

5

2

Philosophical and Legal Issues

3

5

1

Teaching &Assessing

3

5

2

Sub-total




50




Clinical Placements










Clinical Placement IV (Psychiatric)

3

10

1

Sub-total




10
















Total




60




Applicable Marks and Standards …

Oral Examination

An oral examination may be offered if considered necessary by examiners.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (NURSING) Psychiatric

NURS

Nursing VI (Psychiatric Mode)

200

40080







NURS

Nursing VII (Psychiatric Mode)

200

40090







NURS

Nursing VIII (Psychiatric Mode)

200

40100







NURS

Nursing Research

300

40110







NURS

Nursing Management and Quality Improvement

100

40120







NURS

Health and Social Policy

100

40130







NURS

Philosophical and Legal Issues

100

30730







NURS

Teaching and Assessing

100

30740







NURS

Clinical Placements IV (Psych)

Pass/Fail

30810

DIPLOMA IN VETERINARY NURSING
TRANSITIONAL MARKS AND STANDARDS FOR STAGES 2 & 3 OF THE DIPLOMA IN VETERINARY NURSING 2007/08

(VMDPP0001)

  • Examinations will be held in summer and supplemental examinations will take place in autumn if required. Pass standard:

  • The passing grade is 50% overall.

Where a candidate fails to achieve 50% in any of the modules, an overall pass mark will not be granted.

Exemptions:

  • A candidate who obtains a pass mark in a module or modules will be exempt from further examination in that module or modules, the exemption to hold for a period of two years.

  • In supplemental examinations, a candidate who has previously achieved a satisfactory standard in components of the examination for Veterinary Nursing Theory & Practice III (VNUR 30150) may be exempted from further examination in these components.

  • A candidate who fails a resit examination may be required to re-register and re-attend courses in the following year.

  • All credits must be attained before the student may proceed to graduation.

The examination for each stage of the programme should normally be passed within two years of entering that stage.

The Diploma may be awarded with distinction on an aggregate of 70% of the marks obtained over the three years of the programme. Normally, a Distinction will be awarded only when each examination is passed at the first attempt and when modules within a Stage are passed together.

STAGE TWO:

  • A candidate must pass (i.e., obtain 50%) in every Stage Two module. Compensation between modules will not be permitted.

Code

Module Title

Total

Marks

ECTS

Credit

VNUR 20130

Veterinary Nursing Theory & Practice IIA

(Medical Nursing (Small Animal) I & II, First Aid, Structure of

the Profession & Ethics)

200

15

VNUR 20140

Veterinary Nursing Theory & Practice IIB

(Surgical Nursing I, II, & III, Exotic Species)

200

15

VNUR 20150

Clinical Veterinary Nursing Rotations II

200

10

VNUR 20160

Veterinary Nursing Theory & Practice II

100

5

VNUR 20170

Portfolio of Veterinary Nursing Skills II

300

15

STAGE THREE:

  • A candidate must pass (i.e., obtain 50%) in every Stage Three module. Compensation between modules will not be permitted.

  • Furthermore, a candidate must achieve 50% in each of the following five components of the examination for Veterinary Nursing Theory & Practice III (VNUR 30150):

VNTP III Part A (Steeplechase),

Stable Visit,

Large Animal Anaesthesia & Fluid Therapy,

Diagnostic Imaging, and,

Laboratory Work.

Where a candidate fails to achieve 50% in any of these components, an overall pass mark will not be granted.

Code

Module Title

Total

Marks

ECTS

Credit

VNUR 30120

Veterinary Nursing Theory & Practice IIIA

(Diagnostic Procedures, Laboratory Work, Pharmacology &

Pharmacy)

200

15

VNUR 30130

Veterinary Nursing Theory & Practice IIIB

(Large Animal Nursing: Equine & Farm Animal)

200

15

VNUR 30140

Clinical Veterinary Nursing Rotations III

200

10

VNUR 30150

Veterinary Nursing Theory & Practice III

100

5

VNUR 30160

Portfolio of Veterinary Nursing Skills III

300

15

DIPLOMA IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT

(Dip.RD) - DPLSC007 – ACADEMIC SESSION 2007/2008

Pass Standard

The pass standard in each module is 40%; students must obtain an average of 40% across all modules and pass modules comprising at least 45 ECTS, with not less than 30% in any module.

Module Delivery

Level 1 – Diploma in Rural Development Year One, Semester One

Module Code

Module Title

Semester

Credits

Marks

RDEV 10050

Introduction to Rural Development

1

5

100

RDEV 10120

Socio-Economic Aspects of Rural Development

1

5

100

RDEV 10130

Socio-Economic Community/Area Resource Audits

1

5

100

Total







15

300

Year One, Semester Two

Module Code

Module Title

Semester

Credits

Marks

RDEV 10060

Community and Rural Development through Groups

2

5

100

RDEV 10140

Choosing and Setting up a Rural Development Related

Organisation/Structure

2

5

100

RDEV 10070

Marketing for Rural Enterprise

2

5

100

Total




15

300

Total for Year One 30

600

Year Two, Semester One

Module Code

Module Title

Semester

Credits

Marks

RDEV 10080

Business Planning and Stimulating Rural Enterprise

1

5

100

RDEV 10090

Interpersonal Communications, Leadership and Group

Work Skills

1

5

100

RDEV 10010

Designing and Managing an Area Development Plan

1

5

100

Total:




15

300

Year Two, Semester Two

Module Code

Module Title

Semester

Credits

Marks

RDEV 10150

Inter-Organisational Partnership and the Role of Support

Agencies

2

5

100

RDEV 10100

Social Exclusion and Gender Equality Issues in Rural

Development

2

5

100

RDEV 10110

Rural Development Related Integrated Fieldwork Project

2

5

100

Total:




15

300

Total for Year Two: 30 600


Assessment

Assessment of all modules is on a continuous basis, all marks in
Supplementary Examinations

Failed elements of continuous assessment must be repeated as elements of continuous assessment are carried forward.

any module may be allotted to years work.

prescribed by the Programme Academic Director. Marks in passed

Penalties

Where work is submitted up to and including 7 days late, 5% of the total marks available shall be deducted from the mark achieved. Where work is submitted up to and including 14 days late, 10% of the total marks available shall be deducted from the mark achieved. Work submitted 15 days late or more shall not be accepted.

Honors

Honors shall be awarded at the end of Level One Standards:

1st

2nd

Class

Class

Honors:

Honors:

70–

100%

2nd

Class

Honors:




60– 69% (Grade 1)

3rd

Class

Honors:




50– 59%(Grade2)

Pass: 45– 49%40– 44%

Pass by Compensation: 30– 39%

Graduation

To graduate with a Diploma in Rural Development the student must accumulate a total of 60 ECTS over Level One.

Exemptions

Students attaining a pass mark of 40% in a module are exempt from further examination in that module for a period of five years.

Repeat Year

For students wishing to relinquish exemptions and repeat the year in full, there are no restrictions on the marks awarded for modules at the summer examination.

Progression

Students must achieve a pass at Level One before progressing to Level Two

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT

(BSc(RD)) - BHAGR018 – ACADEMIC SESSION 2007/2008

Pass Standard

The pass standard in each module is 40%; students must obtain an average of 40% across all modules and pass modules comprising at least 45 ECTS, with not less than 30% in any module.

Module Delivery

Level 2 - BSc (Rural Development)

To be admitted to level two (year three) of the BSc in Rural Development, a student must have achieved a pass standard in the Diploma in Rural Development (DPLSC007) or equivalent.

Year Three, Semester One

Module Code

Module Title

Semester

Credits

Marks

RDEV 20050

SME Development

1

5

100

RDEV 20060

Co-operative Theory and Practice

1

5

100

RDEV 20070

Project Planning and Development

1

10

200

RDEV 20010

Information and Communications Technology

1

5

100

Total:




25

500

Year Three, Semester Two

Module Code

Module Title

Semester

Credits

Marks

RDEV 20020

Organisational Communications in Rural Dev.

2

5

100

RDEV 20080

Public and Social Policy Processes

2

5

100

RDEV 20090

Community Education and Development

2

5

100

RDEV 20100

Rural Labour Markets

2

5

100

RDEV 20110

Rural Development: Social and Economic Aspects of

Policy and Planning

2

10

200

RDEV 20120

Socio-Economic Research/Level Two

2

5

100

Total




35

700

Total for Year Three: 60 1,200

Level 3- BSc (Rural Development) Year Four, Semester One

Module Code

Module Title

Semester

Credits

Marks

RDEV 20050

Financial Analysis and Planning

1

5

100

RDEV 30110

Food Business

1

5

100

RDEV 30090

Socio-Economic Research/Level Three

1

10

200

Total







20

400

Year Four, Semester Two

Module Code

Module Title

Semester

Credits

Marks

RDEV 30120

Co-Operative and Rural Social Enterprise

2

10

200

RDEV 30130

Health & Social Service Policy

2

5

100

RDEV 30140

Rural Tourism

2

5

100

Total







20

400
















RDEV 30100

Research Project/Thesis

Years Work

20

400




60

1,200

Total for Year Four:

Assessment

All 5-credit modules will be assessed on a continuous basis and will consist of:

  1. A 1.5 hour in-class examination which will constitute 40 of the total module marks

  2. Project/Essay work which will constitute 60 of the total module marks

  3. Modules will be assessed in the semester within which they are delivered

All 10-credit modules will be assessed on a continuous basis and will consist of:

  1. A 3 hour in-class examination which will constitute 40 of the total module marks

  2. Project/Essay work which will constitute 60 of the total module marks

  3. Modules will be assessed in the semester within which they are delivered

NB: Marks for RDEV 30100 Research Project/ Thesis are allotted to years work.

Supplementary Examinations

Failed elements of continuous assessment must be repeated as prescribed by the Programme Academic Director. Marks in passed elements of continuous assessment are carried forward.

Penalties

Where work is submitted up to and including 7 days late, 5% of the total marks available shall be deducted from the mark achieved. Where work is submitted up to and including 14 days late, 10% of the total marks available shall be deducted from the mark achieved. Work submitted 15 days late or more shall not be accepted.

Honors

The computation of honors for the BSc in Rural Development is based on the combined results of Level Two and Level Three.

Standards:

1st

2nd

Class

Class

Honors:

Honors:

70–

100%

2nd

Class

Honors:




60– 69% (Grade 1)

3rd

Class

Honors:




50– 59%(Grade2)

Pass: 45– 49%40– 44%

Pass by Compensation: 30– 39%

Graduation

To graduate with a BSc in Rural Development the student must accumulate 120 ECTS credits over Levels Two and Three.

Exemptions

Students attaining a pass mark of 40% in a module are exempt from further examinations in that module for a period of five years.

Repeat Examinations

In cases where more than 15 ECTS have been failed at 30% or above the student must choose which examination(s) to repeat. A maximum of four attempts at an examination will be allowed in any module.

Repeat Year

For students wishing to relinquish exemptions and repeat the year in full, there are no restrictions on the marks awarded for modules at the summer examination.

BBS Stage 3

The marks and standards are the same as for 2006/2007. Please see http://www.ucd.ie/registry/alu/marks/aug07.pdf

B. Comm (Intl) Stage 4

These students registered pre – UCD Modularisation

BHBUS003 Bachelor Of Commerce (International) Programme

BComm International - Irish BComm International - German BComm International - French BComm International - Spanish BComm International - Italian

Regulations

Modules are taken individually. Honours may be awarded in each module and in the degree as a whole. Students will be awarded the degree when all the required modules and examinations including those undertaken in the foreign partner university have been successfully completed.



Stage 4 Modules

Major in Business










Codes

Course Title

Marks

Noof

Papers

ECTS

Credits

BMGT

Strategy Formulation and Implementation

200

1

10

30200
















Business Elective 1

100

1

5




Business Elective 2

100

1

5




Business Elective 3

100

1

5




Business Elective 4

100

1

5

Total




600

5

30
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