Law: We strive to provide you with a welcoming, open and supportive environment for you to undertake your study. As the BA Combined degree is free from professional regulations, you are able to have much greater freedom in the modules you study in you second and third years. It may therefore be possible to tailor your studies to compliment your other subject.
Efforts are made to enhance your experience by developing and using links with the local legal professions. We are assisted in this to a certain extent, as Chester has been a legal centre since the Middle Ages.
Journalism: The overarching aim of the Journalism course is to implement an explicitly developmental approach to the teaching of students undertaking it. This means beginning with getting to grips with the underlying principles of journalism practice and theory, before gradually being given greater freedom as you progress to explore how to develop your own unique interests and talents in the context of theory and practice.
For the latest example of curriculum availability on this degree programme please refer to the University of Chester's Website.
Assessment is varied throughout our course. There are term time assessments including coursework, essays, individual and group work, presentations and critical reflections. A significant number of modules will also have exams which will take place at the end of the teaching period.
If you choose Journalism as your major subject, you will also have the opportunity to undertake a dissertation or major creative project in your final year.
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