Educational Studies (Taught) University of Glasgow

This programme is designed to deepen your understanding of education so that you can critically analyse education practice, provisions and policy in your own current or future professional context. They support you in interrogating research literature and in undertaking educational research in your own areas of study.◾This programmes offers you the opportunity to explore different perspectives and aspects of education through a variety of optional courses.

◾The programme is for you if you are a qualified teacher looking to extend and enhance your professional career. You will be given the opportunity of focusing on your own professional contexts and practices.

◾The programme offers an opportunity for the advanced study of education within a broad framework of courses. The scope is broad, representing important and influential educational ideas from a range of disciplines.

  • Qualification

    MEd

  • Study mode

    Part-time

  • Location

    University of Glasgow

  • Start date

    September 2017

  • Duration

    24 months


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Course details

Modules

You will take three core and three optional courses. Courses contribute to your development of research understanding and skills that then support you in conducting your own research based dissertation. You can select areas for professional development from optional courses.

Core courses:
Introduction to educational and social research;
Modern educational thought;
Seminar on contemporary issues.

Optional courses may include:
Advanced educational research;
Curriculum development in adult education;
Developing literacy;
Economics for education;
Education and international development;
Educational approaches to community learning and development;
Empowerment and social change;
Higher education as a field of research, policy and practice;
Highly able learners;
Identities, relationships & behaviours;
Inclusive classrooms, inclusive pedagogies;
International & comparative education;
International issues in adult education;
Leadership in implementing education policy;
Perspectives of youth & young adulthood;
The evolving concept of inclusion;
The learner & the curriculum;
The psychology of adult learning;
Working with youth: Education and learning for change.

Assessment method

Dissertation.


Entry requirements

2.1 Honours degree or equivalent qualification (for example, GPA 3.0 or above) and professional teacher training in education or a related profession, eg social work, nursery nursing, clinical nursing. (Recognition is also given for professional experience with extra weighting given to experience in a promoted post)


Fees and funding

Tuition fees

EU £321 Credit
England £321 Credit
Northern Ireland £321 Credit
Scotland £321 Credit
Wales £321 Credit

Additional fee information

No additional fees or cost information has been supplied for this course, please contact the provider directly.

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