“The chances of any organization being convicted of corporate manslaughter in relation to any death is only very marginally higher than it was under the common law.
Students should use Times New Roman, size 12 font, and ensure that the work is double-spaced.
Essays marked will be retained for examination purposes. In accordance with
University regulations, work that is submitted after the official deadline will have 5% per working day, or part thereof, deducted from the final mark. This excludes days on which the University is officially closed. Work that is submitted 5 or more working days after the deadline will receive a mark of zero. Extensions may be given by the Module Coordinator on receipt of bona fide documentary evidence AND the completion of the School Exceptional Circumstances Form.
Please note that a request for an extension must be made prior to the submission date.
Extensions of more than a few days must have the permission of the Director of Education.
Any individual work submitted must be a student’s own work: plagiarism and collusion (where students work together and submit demonstrably similar work) are serious academic offenses in the university, with penalties including capped marks, marks at zero, written warnings, and suspension for a repeat offense (see Student Handbook). Each student must complete the anti-plagiarism form when submitting the assignment.
You should consider the Conceptual Equivalent Scale when completing your essay to determine what you need to aim for in your answer to obtain the various grade classifications and scores.