(Suspension in 2016-2017)
Revised on: 12 November, 2015
  1. Course Director
  2. Deputy Course Director
  3. Objectives
  4. Learning outcomes
  5. Programme of Study
  6. Schedule and Venue
  7. Teaching Faculty
  8. Assessment
  9. Admission Requirements
  10. Graduation Requirements
  11. Maximum Period of Study
  12. Fees and Application

7. Assessment

The taught component (CLGY 50015002) will be assessed by one written examination and one case report (CLGY 5202) at the end of Term 1, and two case reports (CLGY 5204) at the end of Term 2. The contribution of marks to the final result is MCQs, take-home assignments and/or short essay questions (50%) and Practical Experience (50%).

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