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«This document describes Honours Degree programmes in Business and Management (including Year in Business), and Management degrees with specialist ...»

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https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/ecampus/documents/pdf/regulations/undergraduateregulations201516fv.pdf For students on a programme with a management specialism, courses to the value of 3.5 units(105 credits) in the relevant specialist pathways taken in the second and third stages are mandatory and a fail cannot be condoned (in other words, must be passed to qualify for the award of a degree with the named specialist pathway).

If the specialist pathway courses in stage two are not passed, but the general progression criteria are met, the student will have the opportunity to resit the failed courses the following academic year, in order to meet the stage two criteria for potential award of a degree in stage three with the specialism named in the degree title. If these courses are not passed on the second attempt, the student will then be ineligible for an award with the specialism named in the degree title, but may be able to retrospectively transfer to the final stage as a Single Honours student not undertaking a specialism.

If the specialist pathway courses in stage three are not passed, but the general degree classification criteria are met, so that the student can be classified for the award of a degree, the student will then be ineligible for an award with the specialism named in the degree title, but will be awarded the degree as a Single Honours student not undertaking a specialism.

For students on a programme with a Year in Business, MN3511 Year in Business is mandatory and a fail cannot be condoned (in other words, must be passed to qualify for the award of a degree with the named specialist pathway). If MN3511 in stage three is not passed, the student will then be ineligible for an award with the degree title Year in Business, but may be able to retrospectively transfer to the final stage as a Single Honours or specialism student if all other criteria have been met, but the degree title will not include Year in Business.

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