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Master of Arts (Honours) English and Philosophy


English Joint element: First Year
Code Module name Credits
View list At least 40 credits from Module List: EN1003 - EN1004, CO1001 - CO1002 AND
EN1003 Culture and Conflict: An Introduction to Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Literature 20
EN1004 Explorers and Revolutionaries: Literature 1680 - 1830 20
CO1001 The Nineteenth-Century Novel 20
CO1002 Drama in the Twentieth and Twenty-first Centuries 20
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
Remaining credits from Level 1000 options

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in the academic year

MA Philosophy (Joint Honours): First year
Code Module name Credits
PY1012 Reasoning 20 AND
View list Between 0 and 60 credits from Module List: PY1001 - PY1199 AND
PY1010 Mind and World 20
PY1011 Moral and Political Controversies 20
PY1012 Reasoning 20
PY1013 The Enlightenment 20
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
Remaining credits from Level 1000 options

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in the academic year

First and Second Year Philosophy (Joint Honours) Programme Requirements:

20 credits: PY1012;
A minimum of 40 credits: PY2000-PY2103;
A minimum of 20 further credits: PY1001-PY1199, PY2000-PY2103;

Please balance your choices across the academic year.


English Joint element: Second Year
Code Module name Credits
^ EN2003 Mediaeval and Renaissance Texts 20 AND
^ EN2004 Drama: Reading and Performance 20 AND
Remaining credits from Levels 1000 and 2000 options

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in the academic year
Choose a minimum of 80 Level 2000 credits

Automatic entry to Honours requires

  • pass and have an average grade 11 or better in modules marked ^
MA Philosophy (Joint Honours): Second year
Code Module name Credits
View list At least 40 credits from Module List: PY2000 - PY2103 AND
PY2010 Intermediate Logic 20
PY2011 Foundations of Western Philosophy 20
PY2012 Meaning and Knowing 20
PY2013 Moral and Aesthetic Value 20
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list Between 0 and 60 credits from Module List: PY1001 - PY1199, PY2000 - PY2103 AND
PY1010 Mind and World 20
PY1011 Moral and Political Controversies 20
PY1012 Reasoning 20
PY1013 The Enlightenment 20
PY2010 Intermediate Logic 20
PY2011 Foundations of Western Philosophy 20
PY2012 Meaning and Knowing 20
PY2013 Moral and Aesthetic Value 20
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
Remaining credits from Levels 1000 and 2000 options

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in the academic year
Choose a minimum of 80 Level 2000 credits

First and Second Year Philosophy (Joint Honours) Programme Requirements:

20 credits: PY1012;
A minimum of 40 credits: PY2000-PY2103;
A minimum of 20 further credits: PY1001-PY1199, PY2000-PY2103;

Please balance your choices across the academic year.

Automatic Entry to Honours requires:
Grades of at least 11 in each module for 40 credits from PY2001 - PY2103 gained at first sitting; OR
Grades of at least 10 in each module for 40 credits from PY2001 - PY2103 with a mean of 12 or above across these modules, at first sitting.


Entry to Honours

Students who pass and attain an average of grade 11.0 or above at the first sitting in the requisite 2000-level modules and who meet all other programme requirements will be given automatic offers of entry into Honours programmes. Students permitted automatic entry to Honours will only be permitted to trail one module to a maximum of 30 sub-honours credits into Honours.

Some Schools permit qualified entry to Honours (see www.st-andrews.ac.uk/media/teaching-and-learning/policies/honsentry.pdf )

MA Honours

The general requirements are 480 credits over a period of normally four years (and not more than five years) or part-time equivalent, of which the final two years form an approved Honours programme of 240 credits, of which 90 credits are at 4000 level and at least a further 120 credits at 3000 and/or 4000 levels.


English Joint element: Third Year
Code Module name Credits
( View list Between 0 and 30 credits from Module List: EN3111 - EN3140, EN4311 - EN4340 (Group A) OR
EN3111 Beowulf 30
EN3112 Chaucer's Canterbury Tales 30
EN3113 Unreformed Scotland: Older Scots Literature to 1560 30
EN4311 Old English Poetry 30
EN4312 Authorising English: Society, Gender and Religion in Late Mediaeval English Literature 30
EN4314 Old English Afterlives: Literary Anglo-Saxonism 30
EN4315 Apocalyptic Literature in Early English 30
EN4316 Courtly Literature in Middle English 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list Between 0 and 30 credits from Module List: EN3141 - EN3160, EN4341 - EN4360 (Group B) OR
EN3141 Tragedy in the Age of Shakespeare 30
EN3142 Renaissance Literature: Texts and Contexts 30
EN4341 Renaissance Sexualities: Rhetoric and the Body 1580 - 1660 30
EN4342 Restoration Drama in Context 30
EN4343 Literature and Law in Early Modern England 30
EN4344 Early English Romance Comedy: Shakespeare and his Contemporaries 30
EN4345 Hard Cases: Literary Complexity from Donne to Pope 30
EN4346 The Early Tudors: Literature and Reformation 30
EN4347 Milton 30
EN4348 Bodies and Selves in the Renaissance 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list Between 0 and 30 credits from Module List: EN3161 - EN3189, EN4361 - EN4389 (Group C) ) AND
EN3161 The Development of the Novel to 1840 30
EN3162 Revolution and Romanticism: Literature, History and Society (1789-1805) 30
EN3163 The Younger Romantics: Poetry and Prose (1810 - 1830) 30
EN3164 Self and Society in the Victorian Novel 30
EN3165 'Loose Baggy Monsters': The Rise and Fall of the Victorian Novel 30
EN3166 Victorian Poetry's Voices 30
EN4361 The Novels of Jane Austen in Context 30
EN4362 Mind, Body and Soul: Literature in the Enlightenment 30
EN4363 Romantic Writing and Women 30
EN4364 The Art of Victorian Poetry 30
EN4365 Literature and Childhood in the Eighteenth Century 30
EN4366 Byron's Long Poems and Dramas 30
EN4367 Romantic Gothic 30
EN4368 Read all about it! Victorian Literature and the Press 30
EN4369 Victorian Literature and Science 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list Between 0 and 60 credits from Module List: EN3000 - EN4999 (excluding EN4398 - EN4399, EN4794 - EN4797)
EN3111 Beowulf 30
EN3112 Chaucer's Canterbury Tales 30
EN3113 Unreformed Scotland: Older Scots Literature to 1560 30
EN3141 Tragedy in the Age of Shakespeare 30
EN3142 Renaissance Literature: Texts and Contexts 30
EN3161 The Development of the Novel to 1840 30
EN3162 Revolution and Romanticism: Literature, History and Society (1789-1805) 30
EN3163 The Younger Romantics: Poetry and Prose (1810 - 1830) 30
EN3164 Self and Society in the Victorian Novel 30
EN3165 'Loose Baggy Monsters': The Rise and Fall of the Victorian Novel 30
EN3166 Victorian Poetry's Voices 30
EN3201 Literary Theory 30
EN3202 Literature and Ecology 30
EN3206 Aspects of Modern Fiction 30
EN3207 Twentieth-Century British and Irish Drama 30
EN3208 Scottish Verse 30
EN3209 Scottish Fiction 30
EN3210 Twentieth-Century American Drama 30
EN3211 Culture and Society in Modern Scotland 30
EN3212 Modernist Literature: Making It New? 30
EN3213 Postcolonial Literature and Theory 30
EN3214 The Country and the City in Scottish Literature 30
EN3215 Atomic Cultures: Anglophone Writing and the Global Cold War 30
EN3216 Modern Experimental Poetry 30
EN4311 Old English Poetry 30
EN4312 Authorising English: Society, Gender and Religion in Late Mediaeval English Literature 30
EN4314 Old English Afterlives: Literary Anglo-Saxonism 30
EN4315 Apocalyptic Literature in Early English 30
EN4316 Courtly Literature in Middle English 30
EN4341 Renaissance Sexualities: Rhetoric and the Body 1580 - 1660 30
EN4342 Restoration Drama in Context 30
EN4343 Literature and Law in Early Modern England 30
EN4344 Early English Romance Comedy: Shakespeare and his Contemporaries 30
EN4345 Hard Cases: Literary Complexity from Donne to Pope 30
EN4346 The Early Tudors: Literature and Reformation 30
EN4347 Milton 30
EN4348 Bodies and Selves in the Renaissance 30
EN4361 The Novels of Jane Austen in Context 30
EN4362 Mind, Body and Soul: Literature in the Enlightenment 30
EN4363 Romantic Writing and Women 30
EN4364 The Art of Victorian Poetry 30
EN4365 Literature and Childhood in the Eighteenth Century 30
EN4366 Byron's Long Poems and Dramas 30
EN4367 Romantic Gothic 30
EN4368 Read all about it! Victorian Literature and the Press 30
EN4369 Victorian Literature and Science 30
EN4403 Mediaevalism 30
EN4404 Shakespeare and Film 30
EN4405 Contemporary Poetry in Great Britain and Ireland 30
EN4406 Contemporary British Fiction 30
EN4407 Twentieth-Century Crime Fiction: Gender and Genre 30
EN4408 Science Fiction 30
EN4409 Modern American Drama 30
EN4413 Reading the 1940s 30
EN4414 Thomas Hardy 30
EN4415 T.S. Eliot 30
EN4416 Virginia Woolf 30
EN4417 Writing Poetry and Prose 30
EN4418 American Poetry since 1950 30
EN4419 American Fiction: Self and Nation (1865 - 1939) 30
EN4420 Creative Writing 2 30
EN4421 J R R Tolkien 30
EN4422 Poetic Language 30
EN4423 Material Culture in Victorian and Modernist Fiction 30
EN4424 Nationalists and Nomads: Contemporary World Literature 30
EN4425 Celtic Modernisms 30
EN4426 Civil Wars on Page and Screen 30
EN4427 The Shape of the Poem 30
EN4428 Imagining Ireland: Forging the Nation 30
EN4430 Making Performance 30
EN4500 Playwriting 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in academic year

MA English (Joint Honours) Third and Fourth Year Programme Requirements:
30 credits from one of:
Group A (EN3111 - EN3140, EN4311 - EN4340) OR
Group B (EN3141 - EN3160, EN4341 - EN4360) OR
Group C (EN3161 - EN3189, EN4361 - EN4389);
60 - 120 credits: EN3000 - EN4999, (EN4398 and ID4002 - in Fourth Year only).
30 of these credits may, with the permission of both Heads of School, be substituted for level 3000 or 4000 level credits in another School;

In total, 240 credits must be achieved at 3000 and 4000 level, including at least 90 credits at 4000 level.

MA Philosophy (Joint Honours): Third year
Code Module name Credits
View list Between 30 and 60 credits from Module List: PY3100, PY3200 AND
PY3100 Reading Philosophy 1: Texts in Language, Logic, Mind, Epistemology, Metaphysics and Science 30
PY3200 Reading Philosophy 2: Texts in Ethics, Metaethics, Religion, Aesthetics and Political Philosophy 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list Between 0 and 30 credits from Module List: PY4000 - PY4689, CL4500 - CL4520, ID4801, ID4859
PY4601 Paradoxes 30
PY4603 Philosophy of Film 30
PY4604 Political Philosophy 30
PY4606 Contemporary Epistemology 30
PY4607 Continental European Philosophy from Descartes to Leibniz 30
PY4608 Political Philosophy in the Age of Revolutions 30
PY4609 Philosophical Methodology 30
PY4610 Philosophy of Perception 30
PY4611 Classical Philosophy 30
PY4612 Advanced Logic 30
PY4614 Philosophy of Mind 30
PY4615 Metaphysics 30
PY4616 Freedom and Action 30
PY4617 The Philosophy of Saul Kripke 30
PY4618 Animals, Minds and Language 30
PY4619 Social Philosophy 30
PY4620 Virtue and Vice 30
PY4621 British Philosophy 1650 - 1800 30
PY4622 Kant's Critical Philosophy 30
PY4624 Philosophy of Art 30
PY4625 Philosophy and Public Affairs: Global Justice 30
PY4626 Life and Death 30
PY4632 Contemporary Philosophy of Language 30
PY4633 Philosophy of Mathematics 30
PY4634 Philosophy of Logic 30
PY4635 Contemporary Moral Theory 30
PY4637 Asian Philosophies 30
PY4638 Philosophy of Religion 30
PY4639 Philosophy of Creativity 30
PY4640 Mediaeval Philosophy 30
PY4641 Nineteenth-century Ethics and Philosophy 30
PY4642 Trust, Knowledge and Society 30
PY4643 Philosophy of Law 30
PY4644 Rousseau on Human Nature, Society, and Freedom 30
PY4645 Philosophy and Literature 30
PY4646 Reasons for Action and Belief 30
PY4647 Humans, Animals, and Nature 30
PY4648 Conceptual Engineering and its Role in Philosophy 30
PY4649 Core Works in Continental Philosophy 30
PY4650 Philosophy, Feminism and Gender 30
PY4651 Effective Altruism 30
PY4652 The Philosophy of Human Rights 30
PY4653 Toleration in the Early Modern Period 30
PY4654 Responsibility, Praise, and Blame 30
PY4655 Advanced Metaethics 30
PY4656 The Philosophy of Love and Sex 30
CL4500 Pleasure, Goodness and Happiness: Hellenistic Ethics 30
CL4502 Ethics and Lifestyles: Philosophy and Ways of Living in Antiquity 30
ID4801 Human Rights, Poverty and Security 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in academic year

Third and Fourth Year Philosophy (Joint Honours) Programme Requirements:30-60 credits: PY3100, PY3200;
30-60 credits: PY4000 - PY4689, (PY4698 or PY4699 or PY4794 - Fourth Year Only), CL4500-CL4520, ID4801, ID4859, (PY4701 and ID4002 - Fourth Year Only);

Up to 30 of these credits may be substituted for credits from another subject area and/or level, provided that permission is obtained from the relevant Head of School.

In total, 210 credits must be achieved at 3000- and 4000-level, including at least 90 credits at 4000-level.


English Joint element: Fourth Year
Code Module name Credits
( View list Between 0 and 30 credits from Module List: EN3111 - EN3140, EN4311 - EN4340 (Group A) OR
EN3111 Beowulf 30
EN3112 Chaucer's Canterbury Tales 30
EN3113 Unreformed Scotland: Older Scots Literature to 1560 30
EN4311 Old English Poetry 30
EN4312 Authorising English: Society, Gender and Religion in Late Mediaeval English Literature 30
EN4314 Old English Afterlives: Literary Anglo-Saxonism 30
EN4315 Apocalyptic Literature in Early English 30
EN4316 Courtly Literature in Middle English 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list Between 0 and 30 credits from Module List: EN3141 - EN3160, EN4341 - EN4360 (Group B) OR
EN3141 Tragedy in the Age of Shakespeare 30
EN3142 Renaissance Literature: Texts and Contexts 30
EN4341 Renaissance Sexualities: Rhetoric and the Body 1580 - 1660 30
EN4342 Restoration Drama in Context 30
EN4343 Literature and Law in Early Modern England 30
EN4344 Early English Romance Comedy: Shakespeare and his Contemporaries 30
EN4345 Hard Cases: Literary Complexity from Donne to Pope 30
EN4346 The Early Tudors: Literature and Reformation 30
EN4347 Milton 30
EN4348 Bodies and Selves in the Renaissance 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list Between 0 and 30 credits from Module List: EN3161 - EN3189, EN4361 - EN4389 (Group C) ) AND
EN3161 The Development of the Novel to 1840 30
EN3162 Revolution and Romanticism: Literature, History and Society (1789-1805) 30
EN3163 The Younger Romantics: Poetry and Prose (1810 - 1830) 30
EN3164 Self and Society in the Victorian Novel 30
EN3165 'Loose Baggy Monsters': The Rise and Fall of the Victorian Novel 30
EN3166 Victorian Poetry's Voices 30
EN4361 The Novels of Jane Austen in Context 30
EN4362 Mind, Body and Soul: Literature in the Enlightenment 30
EN4363 Romantic Writing and Women 30
EN4364 The Art of Victorian Poetry 30
EN4365 Literature and Childhood in the Eighteenth Century 30
EN4366 Byron's Long Poems and Dramas 30
EN4367 Romantic Gothic 30
EN4368 Read all about it! Victorian Literature and the Press 30
EN4369 Victorian Literature and Science 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
( View list Between 0 and 60 credits from Module List: EN3000 - EN4999 (excluding EN4398) AND
EN3111 Beowulf 30
EN3112 Chaucer's Canterbury Tales 30
EN3113 Unreformed Scotland: Older Scots Literature to 1560 30
EN3141 Tragedy in the Age of Shakespeare 30
EN3142 Renaissance Literature: Texts and Contexts 30
EN3161 The Development of the Novel to 1840 30
EN3162 Revolution and Romanticism: Literature, History and Society (1789-1805) 30
EN3163 The Younger Romantics: Poetry and Prose (1810 - 1830) 30
EN3164 Self and Society in the Victorian Novel 30
EN3165 'Loose Baggy Monsters': The Rise and Fall of the Victorian Novel 30
EN3166 Victorian Poetry's Voices 30
EN3201 Literary Theory 30
EN3202 Literature and Ecology 30
EN3206 Aspects of Modern Fiction 30
EN3207 Twentieth-Century British and Irish Drama 30
EN3208 Scottish Verse 30
EN3209 Scottish Fiction 30
EN3210 Twentieth-Century American Drama 30
EN3211 Culture and Society in Modern Scotland 30
EN3212 Modernist Literature: Making It New? 30
EN3213 Postcolonial Literature and Theory 30
EN3214 The Country and the City in Scottish Literature 30
EN3215 Atomic Cultures: Anglophone Writing and the Global Cold War 30
EN3216 Modern Experimental Poetry 30
EN3904 Crime and Passion in Popular Culture 1: To 1900 30
EN3905 Crime and Passion in Popular Culture 2: Since 1900 30
EN4311 Old English Poetry 30
EN4312 Authorising English: Society, Gender and Religion in Late Mediaeval English Literature 30
EN4314 Old English Afterlives: Literary Anglo-Saxonism 30
EN4315 Apocalyptic Literature in Early English 30
EN4316 Courtly Literature in Middle English 30
EN4341 Renaissance Sexualities: Rhetoric and the Body 1580 - 1660 30
EN4342 Restoration Drama in Context 30
EN4343 Literature and Law in Early Modern England 30
EN4344 Early English Romance Comedy: Shakespeare and his Contemporaries 30
EN4345 Hard Cases: Literary Complexity from Donne to Pope 30
EN4346 The Early Tudors: Literature and Reformation 30
EN4347 Milton 30
EN4348 Bodies and Selves in the Renaissance 30
EN4361 The Novels of Jane Austen in Context 30
EN4362 Mind, Body and Soul: Literature in the Enlightenment 30
EN4363 Romantic Writing and Women 30
EN4364 The Art of Victorian Poetry 30
EN4365 Literature and Childhood in the Eighteenth Century 30
EN4366 Byron's Long Poems and Dramas 30
EN4367 Romantic Gothic 30
EN4368 Read all about it! Victorian Literature and the Press 30
EN4369 Victorian Literature and Science 30
EN4399 Dissertation in English 30
EN4403 Mediaevalism 30
EN4404 Shakespeare and Film 30
EN4405 Contemporary Poetry in Great Britain and Ireland 30
EN4406 Contemporary British Fiction 30
EN4407 Twentieth-Century Crime Fiction: Gender and Genre 30
EN4408 Science Fiction 30
EN4409 Modern American Drama 30
EN4413 Reading the 1940s 30
EN4414 Thomas Hardy 30
EN4415 T.S. Eliot 30
EN4416 Virginia Woolf 30
EN4417 Writing Poetry and Prose 30
EN4418 American Poetry since 1950 30
EN4419 American Fiction: Self and Nation (1865 - 1939) 30
EN4420 Creative Writing 2 30
EN4421 J R R Tolkien 30
EN4422 Poetic Language 30
EN4423 Material Culture in Victorian and Modernist Fiction 30
EN4424 Nationalists and Nomads: Contemporary World Literature 30
EN4425 Celtic Modernisms 30
EN4426 Civil Wars on Page and Screen 30
EN4427 The Shape of the Poem 30
EN4428 Imagining Ireland: Forging the Nation 30
EN4430 Making Performance 30
EN4500 Playwriting 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list Between 0 and 30 credits from Module List: EN4398, ID4002 )
EN4398 Special Topic in English 15
ID4002 Communication and Teaching in Arts and Humanities 15
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in academic year

MA English (Joint Honours) Third and Fourth Year Programme Requirements:
30 credits from one of:
Group A (EN3111 - EN3140, EN4311 - EN4340) OR
Group B (EN3141 - EN3160, EN4341 - EN4360) OR
Group C (EN3161 - EN3189, EN4361 - EN4389);
60 - 120 credits: EN3000 - EN4999, (EN4398 and ID4002 - in Fourth Year only).
30 of these credits may, with the permission of both Heads of School, be substituted for level 3000 or 4000 level credits in another School;

In total, 240 credits must be achieved at 3000 and 4000 level, including at least 90 credits at 4000 level.

MA Philosophy (Joint Honours): Fourth year
Code Module name Credits
Remaining credits from Module List: PY3100, PY3200 AND
Remaining credits from Module List: PY4000 - PY4689, CL4500 - CL4520, ID4801, ID4859 AND
Remaining credits from Module List: PY4698. PY4699, PY4794 AND
Remaining credits from Module List: PY4701, ID4002

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in academic year

Third and Fourth Year Philosophy (Joint Honours) Programme Requirements:30-60 credits: PY3100, PY3200;
30-60 credits: PY4000 - PY4689, (PY4698 or PY4699 or PY4794 - Fourth Year Only), CL4500-CL4520, ID4801, ID4859, (PY4701 and ID4002 - Fourth Year Only);

Up to 30 of these credits may be substituted for credits from another subject area and/or level, provided that permission is obtained from the relevant Head of School.

In total, 210 credits must be achieved at 3000- and 4000-level, including at least 90 credits at 4000-level.


Study abroad

In the case of students who spend part of the Honours programme on a recognised Study Abroad scheme, the Programme Requirements will be amended to take into account overseas courses which are approved by the relevant St Andrews School in the Learning Agreement (see www.st-andrews.ac.uk/studyabroad/outgoingstudents/AcademicInformation ).