Module Codes Explained
The letters of a module code indicate the department the module belongs to e.g. ESH prefix means this is a module from the English Department, DRA prefix means this is a module from the English Department. The level of the module indicates the academic level of the module. The levels are 4, 5 and 6 for a bachelor’s degree and reflect the levels listed in the framework for higher education qualifications. Levels correspond with academic years .i.e.
- Level 4 is an introductory university-level module (Year 1 modules) = module code will start with 1 (e.g. ESH101) or 4 (e.g. ESH4100)
- Level 5 is an intermediate university-level module (Year 2 modules) = module code will start with 2 (e.g. DRA220) or 5 (e.g. ESH5001)
- Level 6 is an advanced university-level module (Year 3 modules) - module code will start with 3 (e.g. DRA337) or 6 (e.g. ESH6000)