Programme Specifications

What is a Programme Specification?

A programme specification is a concise description of the intended learning outcomes of a programme of study, and the means by which the outcomes are achieved and demonstrated. It provides all the key information about the programme, including the structure of modules, assessment methods and awards.

Keele's Programme Specifications

Published versions of current programme specifications can be found via the following links:

Undergraduate Programmes

Postgraduate Programmes

Foundation Year

Currency of the data

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in the programme specifications above. At the time of publication, the programme specification has been approved by the relevant teaching Faculty. It is, however, expected that courses develop and change over time, for example as a result of staff availability, changes to external professional accreditation, in response to feedback annual review processes and student demand. Any such changes will be communicated with students in an appropriate and timely manner.

Guide for Staff

All programme specifications are produced in eVision in the Programme Specifications area under 'Module & Course Administration'.

The Guidance for the eVision Programme Specifications system provides information for staff on how to use this system.