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1 Programme and Module Approval Board Terms of Reference Remit

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consideration of programme and module approval proposals and amendments on behalf of Senate. The responsibilities of the Programme and Module Approval Board are as follows: 1. To ensure that there is full and consistent consideration of programme and module proposals; 2. To ensure that the approval process is independent from the school/institute that is proposing the development; 3. To provide an opportunity for a critical appraisal of proposals across a broader spectrum, thereby avoiding a silo approach to approval; 4. To provide procedures that allow for the most efficient turnaround times, greater responsiveness and the most cost-effective use of the College’s resources. 5. To recognise the contribution that can be made to the process by school / institute learning and teaching lead staff and committees. Terms of reference 1. To consider all proposals for new taught programmes of study and modules; 2. To approve new taught programmes and modules, either with or without conditions; 3. To consider and approve all proposals for amendments to programmes of studies; 4. To receive reports of amendments to modules that have been approved by teaching and learning committees and scrutinised by the Academic Registry and Council Secretariat; 5. To consider and approve proposals for programme and module withdrawals. 6. To consider all proposals (as above) for new academic developments with collaborative partners (there is an articulation agreements sub-panel of the Programme and Module Approval Board. This panel has been formulated to advise QMSE on the academic case for proposed articulation agreements with external institutions)

Year: 2010
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