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1 1 We understand it can be a difficult, and sometimes confusing, process to choose your modules at a foreign university. This guide is designed to give you the information you need to make the right choices for your time with us. If you have any questions not covered in this guide then please contact us and we will always be happy to help. Laura Garcia Martinez Exchange Coordinator Emma Darcy Erasmus+ Coordinator

2 2 Understanding this Guide: Important terms... 3 How to use this Guide... 4 Module Catalogue... Error! Bookmark not defined. College of Liberal Arts (CoLA)... 5 Dance... 5 Drama... 5 English Literature... 6 Creative Computing... 7 Commercial Music... 7 Theatre and Digital Production... 8 Acting... 9 Film and Screen Studies... 9 Film, TV and Digital Production Media Communications Creative Writing Publishing Geography History and Heritage Creative Music Technology Music Study of Religions Psychology Sociology Philosophy and Ethics Biology Criminology Business and Management Bath School of Art and Design (BSAD) Textiles Fashion Contemporary Arts Practice Fine Art Graphic Communication Institute for Education (IfE) Early Years Education... 25

3 3 Module: This is the term Bath Spa University uses to describe specific classes within a subject area. You will need to take a number of modules and this will make up the basis if your course. Credits: Credits indicate how much a particular module is worth in comparison to your overall degree. While at Bath Spa you will need to be enrolled on a minimum of 60 Bath Spa credits per semester, this will then transfer back to your host University. Level: In the UK education is classified in levels. The levels which apply to your study abroad are levels 4, 5, and 6. Level 4 is year 1 classes, level 5 is year 2 classes, and level 6 is year 3 classes. Semester: Bath Spa s academic year is split into 2 semesters. Semester 1: 24 th September th February 2019 Semester 2: 18 th February th June 2019 Course assessment dates will vary so make sure to check with your advisor when picking modules. Also, when you are choosing which modules to take make sure they are offered in the semester you are planning on spending at Bath Spa. Pre-Requisites: These are specific modules/classes/work you must have completed before you can enrol on a module. Make sure to only apply for classes where you have taken the pre-requisites as registration may be delayed if you elect to take a course which you do not qualify for.

4 4 The first 3 letters of the module code refer to the overall course e.g. DAN refers to Dance The first number of the module code indicates the level the module is at e.g. DAN4000 is a Level 4 course The course title indicates the overall subject all modules will fall under Dance DAN Creative Dance Practice 1 DAN Digital Performance Practice 1 DAN Body in Performance 1 DAN Creative Dance Practice 2 DAN Somatic Improvisation DAN Body in Performance 2 DAN Creative Collaborations DAN Creative Dance Practice 3 DAN Performance in Context 1 DAN Performance Project DAN DAN Creative Dance Practice 4 Performance in Context 2 The module title indicates the content of the module itself You must enrol in a minimum of 60 Credits while studying at Bath Spa Choose only modules offered in the semester you will be at Bath Spa: Semester 1: 24 th September th February 2019 Semester 2: 18 th February th June 2019

5 5 Dance* *Please note that previous dance experience is required to enrol on these modules DAN Creative Dance Practice 1 DAN Digital Performance Practice 1 DAN Body in Performance 1 DAN Creative Collaborations DAN Creative Dance Practice 3 DAN Performance in Context 1 DAN Performance Project DAN Creative Dance Practice 2 DAN Somatic Improvisation DAN Body in Performance 2 DAN Creative Dance Practice 4 DAN Performance in Context 2 Drama DRA Building the Ensemble DRA Contemporary Theatre DRA Performances Practices DRA Musical Theatre History DRA Applied Theatre DRA Making Performance 1 DRA Performance Explorations DRA Investigating Theatre and Performance

6 6 DRA Musical Theatre Skills DRA Acting and Directing DRA Making Performance 2 English Literature ENG Critical Reading 1 ENG ENG ENG ENG Writing, Gender and Politics, Scandal and Sobriety: Enlightenment to Victorianism, Critical Reading 3: Subject and Structure Shakespeare and his Contemporaries ENG Literature and Digital Culture ENG Nature, Science and Self ENG ENG Revolutions in Realism: Nineteenth Century British and European Literature Gender and Fiction in the Long Eighteenth Century ENG Critical Reading 2 ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG From Decadence to the Noughties, 1890 the Present Print, Book & Candle: the production, form and reception of literary texts Critical Reading 4: Equivocal Matter The Victorian Spectacular: producing the modern, Modern and Contemporary Poetry ENG Crime Fiction

7 7 ENG ENG ENG Literature, Ethnicity and Belonging Gothic Origins and Innovations Renaissance Worlds: sixteenth- and seventeenthcentury poetry and prose Creative Computing* *Please note that previous experience might be required to enrol on these modules CCO Introduction to Computing CCO Digital Storytelling CCO Image, Sound and Code CCO CodeLab II CCO Games Development CCO Smartphone Apps DIA Computer 3D Modelling and Visualisation OMO Digital Citizenship CCO Web Development CCO Experience Design CCO Ideation and Creative Problem Solving CCO Emerging Technologies CCO Creative Industry Challenge Commercial Music* *Previous musical experience and/or audition might be required CMU Composing with Technology CMU Performance (Collaborative) CMU Brand, Identity and Promotion

8 8 CMU Song Production CMU Song writing CMU CMU Culture, Context and Criticism in Popular Music Commercial Music Studio Production CMT Music Video Production or 2 CMU Visual Performance and Identity CMU Music Think Tank CMU Going Live (Tour and Events) CMU Working in the Music Industry Theatre and Digital Production TDP TDP TDP TDP TDP TDP Introduction to Stagecraft and Stage Management Introduction to Lighting, Sound and AV Introduction to Scenic Design and Costume Intermediate Production Skills 1 Intermediate Production Practice 1 Intermediate Production Practice 2 TDP Production Skills 1 TDP Production Skills 2 TDP TDP TDP TDP PDP/Research and Development Intermediate PDP/ Research and Development Intermediate Production Skills 2 Intermediate Production Practice 3

9 9 Acting* *Please, note that if you choose acting modules, all your selection should be from the same subject and the same level, from either only level 4 or only level 5. ACT Introduction to Acting Processes ACT Composition ACT Performance Skills 1 ACT Actor-Interpreter ACT Actor-Creator ACT Performance Skills 3 ACT Acting Processes ACT Ensemble Practice ACT Performance Skills 2 ACT Creating with Shakespeare ACT Performance Skills 4 ACT Theatre Directing and the Production Process ACT Acting New Dramaturgies Film and Screen Studies FSS The Moving Image FSS Framing Film: Silence, Sound and Spectacle FSS American Cinema FSS Director s Cut: Auteur Cinema FTV FTV Introduction to Sound and Camera I Experimenting with Specialist Roles in Production MCO Introduction to Television

10 10 MCO Television, Representation and Gender CME Digital Practice FSS Film History, Film Theory FSS Key Movements in World Cinema FSS Film Genre FSS Film Cultures Project FTV FTV Introduction to Sound and Camera -II Short Collaborative Fiction Film MCO Stardom and Celebrity Film, TV and Digital Production FSS The Moving Image FTV FTV FTV FTV Introduction to Sound and Camera I Introduction to Studio Production I Introduction to Audio Recording Experimenting with Specialist Roles in Production FTV Advanced Studio Production I FTV Digital Effects I CME Digital Cultures MCO Introduction to Television FTV FTV FTV Introduction to Sound and Camera II Introduction to Studio Production II Short Collaborative Fiction Film FTV Advanced Studio Production II FTV Digital Effects II FTV Scripting for Screen

11 11 CME Ideation and Creative Problem Solving CME Digital Practice Media Communications MCO Media Today-I MCO Introduction to Television MCO Global Media CME Digital Cultures MCO Television, Representation and Gender CME Participatory Media MCO Media Today-II MCO Popular Media Culture MCO Promotional Media MCO Music, Media and Markets MCO Stardom and Celebrity Creative Writing CWR Writer s Workshop 1 CWR Explorations in Prose Fiction CWR Short Stories CWR Lifewriting CWR Sudden Prose CWR Genre Fiction CWR Writers Workshop 2 CWR Introduction to Scriptwriting

12 12 CWR Reading to Write Poetry CWR CWR CWR Performance Poetry and Spoken Word Writing For Young People Reading as Writers Creative Writing and Digital Media Publishing PUB Introduction to Publishing PUB Introduction to Journalism PUB The Book Publishing Industry PUB Social Enterprise PUB The Editor PUB Experiments in Book Making PUB The Independent Magazine PUB Science Journalism and Publishing PUB Create Lab Geography GEO Environment, People and Place GEO Global Development GEO Future Cities GEO Hazards, Vulnerability and Resilience GEO River and Coastal Systems GEO Representing the American West GEO Geographical Skills

13 13 GEO Applied Geographies GEO Sustainability in Life and Work GEO Climate and Society GEO Geotechnologies for Society and Environment History and Heritage HIS Atlantic Histories HIS Disunited Kingdoms: society, politics and culture in Britain and Ireland HIS Heritage and Public History HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS Fragments of the World: An introduction to World Heritage Making History 1: Sources: the building blocks of History The British Empire: From Opium Wars to Decolonisation Revolutionary & Napoleonic Europe An ungovernable people? Rights and riot in a historical perspective Ships, slaves and sugar: Britain and France in the Atlantic Trade Heritage Matters? People, place, politics HIS Europe and the World II HIS HIS HIS Gender, Identity and Power: themes and approaches Material Evidence: History, Heritage and Archaeology Politics, Democracy and Dictatorship in the Modern World

14 14 HIS War and Popular Culture in the Modern World HIS The World In Ten Objects HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS Making History 2: Discourses and approaches Culture, society and politics in 18th and 19th Century Britain and Ireland Presenting the Past: audience, story, media Censorship, morality and freedom in British and American Popular Culture in the 20th Century The Great War: Conflict and Society Immigration and Race in 20th Century Europe Connections and Context: Culture, society and politics in 18th and 19th Century Britain and Ireland or 2 Creative Music Technology* *Previous musical experience and/or audition might be required CMT Audio Recording CMT Sound Design Exploration CMT CMT CMT Applied Sound Design (sound design exploration needed as a pre-req) Foundations of Audio Processing (previous music technology experience needed) Hyper Production Techniques (previous music technology experience needed) CMT Sonic Art

15 15 CMT Audio Production CMT Sonic Cultures CMT Sound and Music Industries CMT Music Video Production or 2 CMT Experimental Audio Processing (Audio Processing experience needed) Music* *Previous musical experience and/or audition might be required MUS Performance 1 MUS Composition 1 MUS Music in the West MUS Professional Musician MUS Performance 3 (must audition) MUS Composition 3 MUS Music Research 1 MUS Jazz Studies 1 MUS Stage Skills for Singers 1 MUS Performance 2 MUS Composition 2 MUS Global Music MUS Performance 4 (must audition) MUS Composition 4 MUS Music Analysis MUS Introduction to Music Psychology MUS Jazz Studies 2

16 16 MUS Community Music Practice MUS Opera Project 1 (must audition) Study of Religions SRE Global Religions SRE SRE Studying Religions in the Contemporary World Indian Religions: Comparative Perspective SRE Beyond Belief SRE SRE SRE Buddhism: Foundations, History and Philosophy Ethics, Religion and Humanism East Asian Visions: Religion, Philosophy and Ethics in Japan Psychology PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY Introduction to comparative and cognitive neuroscience. Introduction to developmental and social psychology Individual differences: personality and intelligence Qualitative psychological research design and analysis (pre-requisite: Introduction to psychological research design and analysis) Quantitative psychological research design and analysis (pre-requisite: Introduction to psychological research design and analysis) Biological and Cognitive Psychology

17 17 PSY Abnormal / Clinical Psychology PSY Health Psychology PSY Introduction to psychological research design and analysis PSY Social Psychology PSY Psychology of Mindfulness PSY Forensic and Investigative Psychology Sociology SOC Questioning Society SOC Sociological Debates SOC SOC The Life Course: Ageing and Generation Social Problems, Social Divisions, Social Justice SOC Visualising the 21st Century World SOC Power/resistance SOC Social Science Research Methods SOC Migration: Identity, Belonging, Citizenship and Security SOC Health: Mind, Body, Society SOC Media, Sociality and Everyday Life Philosophy and Ethics PET Truth and Reality PET God and Reason PET Global Philosophies PET Darshana, Dharma and Dao

18 18 PET Ecology and Nature PET Ethics and Values PET Creativity, Art, and Philosophy PET Reading Philosophy PET Atheism and Unbelief Biology BIO Biological Techniques BIO Introduction to Biochemistry BIO Global Food Issues BIO Biological Systems BIO Research Skills BIO Ecology & Biodiversity BIO Human Nutrition BIO Conservation Biology BIO Human Biology BIO The Microbial World BIO Food Nutrition and Health BIO Communicating Science BIO Biology in Society BIO Applied Microbiology BIO Human Pathophysiology & Nutrition BIO Food Analysis BIO Environmental Management Criminology

19 19 CRI CRI Crime and Disorder in Everyday Life Policing, Crime Control and Prevention CRI Crime, Law & Society CRI Crime, Violence and Harm CRI Criminal Justice: Theory, Policy and Practice Business and Management BMA The Business Environment BMA Managing Data OMO Professional Practice BMA Creativity for Business BMA The Marketing Business BMA Human Resource Management BMA Financial Accounting BMA Destination Management BMA International Business BMA Entrepreneurship BMA Festival and Events Management BMA Law for Business Enterprise BMA Organisational Behaviour and Management BMA Economics and Globalisation OMO Design Thinking for Enterprise BMA Innovation Management BMA Operations and Project Management

20 20 Please note that we will require a portfolio to enrol you on any BSAD modules Textiles TDF ATELIER: Design Direction and Focus. Innovation and Employability: Industry or competition led TDF Textile Focus TDF Making (Textile product and outcomes) TDF Textile Industry Partnership TDF Styling and Display with Professional Business Practice Fashion FDE FDE FDE FDE FDE FDE Research for Design Development (spaces limited) Presentation & Illustration (spaces limited) Introduction to Fabrications & Techniques (spaces limited) Introduction to Tailoring (spaces limited & must have taken 'Prior Pattern Cutting and Construction') Stand Modelling and Drape (spaces limited & must have pattern cutting and construction skills) Portfolio Presentation (Pre- Req:Stand Modelling and 40 1

21 21 HAC FDE FDE HAC FDE HAC Drape, competent drawing and illustration skills) Introduction to Visual and Material Culture: Design Introduction to Form, Construction & Cut (spaces limited & must have prior fashion knowledge) Design through Cut (spaces limited & must have taken 'Introduction to Form, Construction & Cut') Fashion Design: Contemporary Issues and Practice External Brief (spaces limited & must have good research, drawing, and illustration skills) Historical & Critical Studies - Fashion Design: Contemporary Issues and Practice Contemporary Arts Practice CAP Introduction to 2D (part 1) CAP Introduction to 3D (part 1) CAP CAP Introduction to Graphic Arts - (part 1) Introduction to Mixed Media Textiles - (part 1) HAC Creativity and Culture CAP5000-D - Practice and Context 1 CAP D Practice and Context 1 CAP Graphic Arts Practice and Context 1

22 22 CAP CAP Mixed Media Textiles Practice and Context 1 Specialised Studio Practice & Context HAC Aesthetics and Creative Arts CAP4004-D Practice CAP D Practice CAP CAP Introduction to Graphic Arts - (part 2) Introduction to Mixed Media Textiles - (part 2) CAP Introduction to Etching CAP Introduction to Screen-printing CAP OMO Introduction to Sound, Image and Performance Introduction to Drawing - Practice and Theory OMO Introduction to Photography OMO CAP Introduction to Ceramics - Form and Surface 2D - Practice, Context & Theory 2 CAP D Practice and Context 2 CAP CAP CAP Graphic Arts Practice and Context 2 Mixed Media Textiles Practice and Context 2 Specialised Studio Practice & Context

23 23 Fine Art FAR FAR FAR HAC HAC FAR Introduction to Fine Art: Fundamentals Studio Practice: Strategies and Behaviours Studio Practice: Frameworks and Enquiries Introduction to Visual and Material Culture: Art and Photography Fine Art: Contemporary Issues and Practice Studio Practice: Encounters and Audiences Graphic Communication GCO GCO GCO GCO GCO HAC Design Principles - type and image (pending portfolio approval) Professional Development 1 (pending portfolio approval) Interactivity with type & image (pending portfolio approval) Professional Development 2 (pending portfolio approval) Designing with Time - type and image (pending portfolio approval) Introduction to Visual and Material Culture: Design

24 24 GCO GCO GCO HAC Graphic Communication social good (pending portfolio approval) Graphic Communication culture (pending portfolio approval) Graphic Communication commerce (pending portfolio approval) Graphic Design: Contemporary Issues and Practice (pending portfolio approval)

25 25 Early Years Education ECS ECS ECS Introduction to early childhood studies Constructions of early childhood Children's voice in early childhood ECS Research in early childhood ECS Professional practice in an early childhood setting ECS Issues in early childhood ECS Care, development and learning in early childhood ECS Early childhood pedagogue Education Studies EDU Education For Change EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU Introduction To International Education Introduction To Primary Schools Controversial Issues In Special And Inclusive Education Philosophical Enquiry And Education Educational History And Heritage EDU Changing Education EDU Changing Schooling EDU Changing Secondary Schools EDU Working With Young People In The Community

26 26 EDU EDU Controversial Issues In Special And Inclusive Education A Case Study Of Catalonia: Education, Space And Society EDU Issues In Education Studies EDU EDU EDU EDU Education And International Development Literacy Learning In A Multi- Media World Supporting Learners With Additional Needs Critical Approaches To Profound And Multiple Learning Difficulties In Education EDU Sociology Of Education EDU Understanding Classrooms EDU EDU EDU Professional Practice In Education Education And International Development Professional Practice In Schools EDU Environment And Education EDU Sociology Of Education EDU EDU Youth In Society: Power, Politics And Participation Values, Philosophy & Education: Dialogicality In Action

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