Broaden your professional knowledge and enhance your career potential on a challenging masters course aimed at the educational leaders of the future.
- Explore education in its fullest sense – from its pivotal role in society to the theories, policies and practices that influence and enhance it
- Take a flexible approach to learning: gain a broad-based masters degree or focus on your particular area of interest via our specialist pathways
- Benefit from professional development opportunities in sectors ranging from early years to schools, further, higher and community education
- Keep up to date with the latest educational developments, inspired by a friendly teaching team who will share their extensive specialist knowledge with you
Comparative Education; Curriculum Challenges; Education for All; Educational Policy and Practice; Emotional Wellbeing; Learning and Ability Theories in Action; Measuring and Evaluating and Learning; Early Childhood; Inclusion and Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND); Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages; Leadership and Management.
You’ll be assessed in a range of formats, including essays, presentations and reports. The culmination of our course is the Independent Study (Dissertation). You will research an aspect of professional practice in discussion with your tutor and document your findings.
You will usually need an undergraduate degree or an equivalent qualification. If your first language is not English you will need to prove you are proficient in English – IELTS 6.5
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University of Derby
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