Community Education (CPD) MSc at University of Dundee - UCAS

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Course summary

This course is workplace-based. You will combine online study with workshops and tutor support, providing you with continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities. Throughout the course you will identify, reflect on, develop, and appraise critical community-based practice, while integrating your learning and practice with theoretical studies and investigative techniques. You will be encouraged to engage in processes of active learning, involving cyclical processes of action and reflection with participants. Optional modules are available in:

  • organisational management
  • community engagement
  • inter-professional collaboration
  • action research
  • family learning
  • literacies
  • arts and communities
Practitioners with an existing community education or community learning and development qualification can choose to study the optional modules through this continuing professional development route. The course is also suitable for returning students who already have a PG Diploma in CE/CLD, and want to complete the Masters qualification.

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Community Education (CPD) MSc at University of Dundee - UCAS