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The master's degree program in School Counseling is for candidates who wish to pursue a school counseling career working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Read more
The master's degree program in School Counseling is for candidates who wish to pursue a school counseling career working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Embedded with the program is the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential recommendation made to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) that is required for employment as a California school counselor within school districts.

Graduates of Alliant’s School Counseling master’s program will be prepared to work as school counselors in elementary and secondary school settings. School counselors serve as student advocates and counseling support, working with other professionals within the school (teachers, school psychologists, school nurses, etc.) to create positive learning environments that maximize students’ success.

School counselors design and implement counseling programs that help to equip students to better manage emotions and behaviors, make decisions, cope with challenges, prevent and resolve conflicts, overcome learning disorders, and improve attendance. School counselors also assist students in improving self-management skills, and provide guidance toward helping students achieve future goals through appropriate career and academic counseling.

Who Should Apply?

Successful candidates for the School Counseling master's program may have degrees, experience, and backgrounds in a variety of areas, including: counseling, psychology, sociology, education, child development, liberal students, teaching, social work, and more.

Program Overview

39 units of coursework + 10 units of field placement.
Full program completion within 2-2.5 years.
100 school counseling practicum hours required.
600 hours of supervised field placement in school counseling required. Candidates are responsible for securing a field placement with support and guidance from Alliant.
Late afternoon and evening classes for working adults.
Low-student-to-faculty ratio/small class sizes.
No GRE requirement.
No prerequisites.

Locations

Six California locations: San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Francisco, Fresno and Sacramento

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The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program in School Psychology is for candidates who wish to pursue a career in educational psychology and become a school psychologist in California working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Read more
The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program in School Psychology is for candidates who wish to pursue a career in educational psychology and become a school psychologist in California working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Embedded within the program is the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential that is required for employment as a school psychologist within California school districts.

Alliant's school psychology degree program prepares professionals who are committed to service and advocacy on behalf of students, families and teachers. Our students and alumni are skilled at providing valuable and life-changing mental health, specials needs and culturally-competent services, including assessments, interventions, and individualized education and behavior modification plans.

Alliant's educational psychology master's program will establish you as an expert able to help students and families learn to cope with a variety of emotional, social and academic challenges. These challenges may include language and cultural barriers, substance abuse, violence, victimization and learning or behavioral disorders. A focus on diversity, multiculturalism and internationalism is one of the core tenants of Alliant International University and a distinguishing feature of our school psychology program.

Program Overview

50 units of coursework + 10 units of PPS credential internship
Full program completion in three years (or five years if also pursing the PsyD)
Complete coursework and 450 practicum hours during the program's first two years
Complete a 1200 hour internship during the program's third year (required to earn the PPS Credential in School Psychology)
Late afternoon, evening and/or weekend classes for working adults
Low student-to-faculty ratio/small class sizes
No GRE requirement
No prerequisites - any undergraduate major is welcome to apply
Option to apply for advanced standing in Alliant's PsyD in Educational Psychology program to earn your PsyD in just two additional years

Locations

Six California locations: San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Francisco, Fresno and Sacramento

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The master's degree program in School Counseling is for candidates who wish to pursue a school counseling career working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Read more
The master's degree program in School Counseling is for candidates who wish to pursue a school counseling career working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Embedded with the program is the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential recommendation made to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) that is required for employment as a California school counselor within school districts.

Graduates of Alliant’s School Counseling master’s program will be prepared to work as school counselors in elementary and secondary school settings. School counselors serve as student advocates and counseling support, working with other professionals within the school (teachers, school psychologists, school nurses, etc.) to create positive learning environments that maximize students’ success.

School counselors design and implement counseling programs that help to equip students to better manage emotions and behaviors, make decisions, cope with challenges, prevent and resolve conflicts, overcome learning disorders, and improve attendance. School counselors also assist students in improving self-management skills, and provide guidance toward helping students achieve future goals through appropriate career and academic counseling.

Who Should Apply?

Successful candidates for the School Counseling master's program may have degrees, experience, and backgrounds in a variety of areas, including: counseling, psychology, sociology, education, child development, liberal students, teaching, social work, and more.

Program Overview

39 units of coursework + 10 units of field placement.
Full program completion within 2-2.5 years.
100 school counseling practicum hours required.
600 hours of supervised field placement in school counseling required. Candidates are responsible for securing a field placement with support and guidance from Alliant.
Late afternoon and evening classes for working adults.
Low-student-to-faculty ratio/small class sizes.
No GRE requirement.
No prerequisites.

Locations

Six California locations: San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Francisco, Fresno and Sacramento

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The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program in School Psychology is for candidates who wish to pursue a career in educational psychology and become a school psychologist in California working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Read more
The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program in School Psychology is for candidates who wish to pursue a career in educational psychology and become a school psychologist in California working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Embedded within the program is the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential that is required for employment as a school psychologist within California school districts.

Alliant's school psychology degree program prepares professionals who are committed to service and advocacy on behalf of students, families and teachers. Our students and alumni are skilled at providing valuable and life-changing mental health, specials needs and culturally-competent services, including assessments, interventions, and individualized education and behavior modification plans.

Alliant's educational psychology master's program will establish you as an expert able to help students and families learn to cope with a variety of emotional, social and academic challenges. These challenges may include language and cultural barriers, substance abuse, violence, victimization and learning or behavioral disorders. A focus on diversity, multiculturalism and internationalism is one of the core tenants of Alliant International University and a distinguishing feature of our school psychology program.

Program Overview

50 units of coursework + 10 units of PPS credential internship
Full program completion in three years (or five years if also pursing the PsyD)
Complete coursework and 450 practicum hours during the program's first two years
Complete a 1200 hour internship during the program's third year (required to earn the PPS Credential in School Psychology)
Late afternoon, evening and/or weekend classes for working adults
Low student-to-faculty ratio/small class sizes
No GRE requirement
No prerequisites - any undergraduate major is welcome to apply
Option to apply for advanced standing in Alliant's PsyD in Educational Psychology program to earn your PsyD in just two additional years

Locations

Six California locations: San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Francisco, Fresno and Sacramento

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The master's degree program in School Counseling is for candidates who wish to pursue a school counseling career working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Read more
The master's degree program in School Counseling is for candidates who wish to pursue a school counseling career working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Embedded with the program is the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential recommendation made to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) that is required for employment as a California school counselor within school districts.

Graduates of Alliant’s School Counseling master’s program will be prepared to work as school counselors in elementary and secondary school settings. School counselors serve as student advocates and counseling support, working with other professionals within the school (teachers, school psychologists, school nurses, etc.) to create positive learning environments that maximize students’ success.

School counselors design and implement counseling programs that help to equip students to better manage emotions and behaviors, make decisions, cope with challenges, prevent and resolve conflicts, overcome learning disorders, and improve attendance. School counselors also assist students in improving self-management skills, and provide guidance toward helping students achieve future goals through appropriate career and academic counseling.

Who Should Apply?

Successful candidates for the School Counseling master's program may have degrees, experience, and backgrounds in a variety of areas, including: counseling, psychology, sociology, education, child development, liberal students, teaching, social work, and more.

Program Overview

39 units of coursework + 10 units of field placement.
Full program completion within 2-2.5 years.
100 school counseling practicum hours required.
600 hours of supervised field placement in school counseling required. Candidates are responsible for securing a field placement with support and guidance from Alliant.
Late afternoon and evening classes for working adults.
Low-student-to-faculty ratio/small class sizes.
No GRE requirement.
No prerequisites.

Locations

Six California locations: San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Francisco, Fresno and Sacramento

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The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program in School Psychology is for candidates who wish to pursue a career in educational psychology and become a school psychologist in California working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Read more
The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program in School Psychology is for candidates who wish to pursue a career in educational psychology and become a school psychologist in California working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Embedded within the program is the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential that is required for employment as a school psychologist within California school districts.

Alliant's school psychology degree program prepares professionals who are committed to service and advocacy on behalf of students, families and teachers. Our students and alumni are skilled at providing valuable and life-changing mental health, specials needs and culturally-competent services, including assessments, interventions, and individualized education and behavior modification plans.

Alliant's educational psychology master's program will establish you as an expert able to help students and families learn to cope with a variety of emotional, social and academic challenges. These challenges may include language and cultural barriers, substance abuse, violence, victimization and learning or behavioral disorders. A focus on diversity, multiculturalism and internationalism is one of the core tenants of Alliant International University and a distinguishing feature of our school psychology program.

Program Overview

50 units of coursework + 10 units of PPS credential internship
Full program completion in three years (or five years if also pursing the PsyD)
Complete coursework and 450 practicum hours during the program's first two years
Complete a 1200 hour internship during the program's third year (required to earn the PPS Credential in School Psychology)
Late afternoon, evening and/or weekend classes for working adults
Low student-to-faculty ratio/small class sizes
No GRE requirement
No prerequisites - any undergraduate major is welcome to apply
Option to apply for advanced standing in Alliant's PsyD in Educational Psychology program to earn your PsyD in just two additional years

Locations

Six California locations: San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Francisco, Fresno and Sacramento

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The master's degree program in School Counseling is for candidates who wish to pursue a school counseling career working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Read more
The master's degree program in School Counseling is for candidates who wish to pursue a school counseling career working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Embedded with the program is the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential recommendation made to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) that is required for employment as a California school counselor within school districts.

Graduates of Alliant’s School Counseling master’s program will be prepared to work as school counselors in elementary and secondary school settings. School counselors serve as student advocates and counseling support, working with other professionals within the school (teachers, school psychologists, school nurses, etc.) to create positive learning environments that maximize students’ success.

School counselors design and implement counseling programs that help to equip students to better manage emotions and behaviors, make decisions, cope with challenges, prevent and resolve conflicts, overcome learning disorders, and improve attendance. School counselors also assist students in improving self-management skills, and provide guidance toward helping students achieve future goals through appropriate career and academic counseling.

Who Should Apply?

Successful candidates for the School Counseling master's program may have degrees, experience, and backgrounds in a variety of areas, including: counseling, psychology, sociology, education, child development, liberal students, teaching, social work, and more.

Program Overview

39 units of coursework + 10 units of field placement.
Full program completion within 2-2.5 years.
100 school counseling practicum hours required.
600 hours of supervised field placement in school counseling required. Candidates are responsible for securing a field placement with support and guidance from Alliant.
Late afternoon and evening classes for working adults.
Low-student-to-faculty ratio/small class sizes.
No GRE requirement.
No prerequisites.

Locations

Six California locations: San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Francisco, Fresno and Sacramento

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The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program in School Psychology is for candidates who wish to pursue a career in educational psychology and become a school psychologist in California working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Read more
The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program in School Psychology is for candidates who wish to pursue a career in educational psychology and become a school psychologist in California working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Embedded within the program is the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential that is required for employment as a school psychologist within California school districts.

Alliant's school psychology degree program prepares professionals who are committed to service and advocacy on behalf of students, families and teachers. Our students and alumni are skilled at providing valuable and life-changing mental health, specials needs and culturally-competent services, including assessments, interventions, and individualized education and behavior modification plans.

Alliant's educational psychology master's program will establish you as an expert able to help students and families learn to cope with a variety of emotional, social and academic challenges. These challenges may include language and cultural barriers, substance abuse, violence, victimization and learning or behavioral disorders. A focus on diversity, multiculturalism and internationalism is one of the core tenants of Alliant International University and a distinguishing feature of our school psychology program.

Program Overview

50 units of coursework + 10 units of PPS credential internship
Full program completion in three years (or five years if also pursing the PsyD)
Complete coursework and 450 practicum hours during the program's first two years
Complete a 1200 hour internship during the program's third year (required to earn the PPS Credential in School Psychology)
Late afternoon, evening and/or weekend classes for working adults
Low student-to-faculty ratio/small class sizes
No GRE requirement
No prerequisites - any undergraduate major is welcome to apply
Option to apply for advanced standing in Alliant's PsyD in Educational Psychology program to earn your PsyD in just two additional years

Locations

Six California locations: San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Francisco, Fresno and Sacramento

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The master's degree program in School Counseling is for candidates who wish to pursue a school counseling career working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Read more
The master's degree program in School Counseling is for candidates who wish to pursue a school counseling career working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Embedded with the program is the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential recommendation made to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) that is required for employment as a California school counselor within school districts.

Graduates of Alliant’s School Counseling master’s program will be prepared to work as school counselors in elementary and secondary school settings. School counselors serve as student advocates and counseling support, working with other professionals within the school (teachers, school psychologists, school nurses, etc.) to create positive learning environments that maximize students’ success.

School counselors design and implement counseling programs that help to equip students to better manage emotions and behaviors, make decisions, cope with challenges, prevent and resolve conflicts, overcome learning disorders, and improve attendance. School counselors also assist students in improving self-management skills, and provide guidance toward helping students achieve future goals through appropriate career and academic counseling.

Who Should Apply?

Successful candidates for the School Counseling master's program may have degrees, experience, and backgrounds in a variety of areas, including: counseling, psychology, sociology, education, child development, liberal students, teaching, social work, and more.

Program Overview

39 units of coursework + 10 units of field placement.
Full program completion within 2-2.5 years.
100 school counseling practicum hours required.
600 hours of supervised field placement in school counseling required. Candidates are responsible for securing a field placement with support and guidance from Alliant.
Late afternoon and evening classes for working adults.
Low-student-to-faculty ratio/small class sizes.
No GRE requirement.
No prerequisites.

Locations

Six California locations: San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Francisco, Fresno and Sacramento

Read less
The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program in School Psychology is for candidates who wish to pursue a career in educational psychology and become a school psychologist in California working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Read more
The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program in School Psychology is for candidates who wish to pursue a career in educational psychology and become a school psychologist in California working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Embedded within the program is the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential that is required for employment as a school psychologist within California school districts.

Alliant's school psychology degree program prepares professionals who are committed to service and advocacy on behalf of students, families and teachers. Our students and alumni are skilled at providing valuable and life-changing mental health, specials needs and culturally-competent services, including assessments, interventions, and individualized education and behavior modification plans.

Alliant's educational psychology master's program will establish you as an expert able to help students and families learn to cope with a variety of emotional, social and academic challenges. These challenges may include language and cultural barriers, substance abuse, violence, victimization and learning or behavioral disorders. A focus on diversity, multiculturalism and internationalism is one of the core tenants of Alliant International University and a distinguishing feature of our school psychology program.

Program Overview

50 units of coursework + 10 units of PPS credential internship
Full program completion in three years (or five years if also pursing the PsyD)
Complete coursework and 450 practicum hours during the program's first two years
Complete a 1200 hour internship during the program's third year (required to earn the PPS Credential in School Psychology)
Late afternoon, evening and/or weekend classes for working adults
Low student-to-faculty ratio/small class sizes
No GRE requirement
No prerequisites - any undergraduate major is welcome to apply
Option to apply for advanced standing in Alliant's PsyD in Educational Psychology program to earn your PsyD in just two additional years

Locations

Six California locations: San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Francisco, Fresno and Sacramento

Read less
The master's degree program in School Counseling is for candidates who wish to pursue a school counseling career working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Read more
The master's degree program in School Counseling is for candidates who wish to pursue a school counseling career working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Embedded with the program is the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential recommendation made to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) that is required for employment as a California school counselor within school districts.

Graduates of Alliant’s School Counseling master’s program will be prepared to work as school counselors in elementary and secondary school settings. School counselors serve as student advocates and counseling support, working with other professionals within the school (teachers, school psychologists, school nurses, etc.) to create positive learning environments that maximize students’ success.

School counselors design and implement counseling programs that help to equip students to better manage emotions and behaviors, make decisions, cope with challenges, prevent and resolve conflicts, overcome learning disorders, and improve attendance. School counselors also assist students in improving self-management skills, and provide guidance toward helping students achieve future goals through appropriate career and academic counseling.

Who Should Apply?

Successful candidates for the School Counseling master's program may have degrees, experience, and backgrounds in a variety of areas, including: counseling, psychology, sociology, education, child development, liberal students, teaching, social work, and more.

Program Overview

39 units of coursework + 10 units of field placement.
Full program completion within 2-2.5 years.
100 school counseling practicum hours required.
600 hours of supervised field placement in school counseling required. Candidates are responsible for securing a field placement with support and guidance from Alliant.
Late afternoon and evening classes for working adults.
Low-student-to-faculty ratio/small class sizes.
No GRE requirement.
No prerequisites.

Locations

Six California locations: San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Francisco, Fresno and Sacramento

Read less
The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program in School Psychology is for candidates who wish to pursue a career in educational psychology and become a school psychologist in California working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Read more
The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program in School Psychology is for candidates who wish to pursue a career in educational psychology and become a school psychologist in California working with children and adolescents in pre-K-12 schools. Embedded within the program is the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential that is required for employment as a school psychologist within California school districts.

Alliant's school psychology degree program prepares professionals who are committed to service and advocacy on behalf of students, families and teachers. Our students and alumni are skilled at providing valuable and life-changing mental health, specials needs and culturally-competent services, including assessments, interventions, and individualized education and behavior modification plans.

Alliant's educational psychology master's program will establish you as an expert able to help students and families learn to cope with a variety of emotional, social and academic challenges. These challenges may include language and cultural barriers, substance abuse, violence, victimization and learning or behavioral disorders. A focus on diversity, multiculturalism and internationalism is one of the core tenants of Alliant International University and a distinguishing feature of our school psychology program.

Program Overview

50 units of coursework + 10 units of PPS credential internship
Full program completion in three years (or five years if also pursing the PsyD)
Complete coursework and 450 practicum hours during the program's first two years
Complete a 1200 hour internship during the program's third year (required to earn the PPS Credential in School Psychology)
Late afternoon, evening and/or weekend classes for working adults
Low student-to-faculty ratio/small class sizes
No GRE requirement
No prerequisites - any undergraduate major is welcome to apply
Option to apply for advanced standing in Alliant's PsyD in Educational Psychology program to earn your PsyD in just two additional years

Locations

Six California locations: San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Francisco, Fresno and Sacramento

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MA Design for Cultural Industries is an innovative programme for students who want to develop their career in cultural and creative sectors. Read more

What is this programme about?

MA Design for Cultural Industries is an innovative programme for students who want to develop their career in cultural and creative sectors. Through the application of design theory and practice, incorporating new technologies into the discourse, students will be able to create or initiate solutions and experiences in the context of the cultural industries.

This MA programme provides its graduates with the advanced skills necessary to confront their professional challenges and move forward in this highly competitive industry. Integrating materiality and object interpretation through applied imagination, developing innovative creative-thinking, enterprise skills and research-led projects, the programme's multidisciplinary and critical approach gives students a distinctive insight into the collaborative nature of these industries.

The programme is relevant for those wishing to pursue an advanced career in cultural and creative organisations such as private and social enterprises, design agencies, museums, galleries and research centres. The programme will also be applicable to artists, curators, designers and policy-makers wishing to advance their design thinking by bringing their own projects to life, or create outputs for their own clients and industry partners.

Graduates of the MA Design for Cultural Industries will be equipped with advanced skills to go to wide range of leadership or senior creative roles in the cultural and creative industries, both in the private and public sector. With an international outlook, our graduates will be sought after across an array of arts, design, events, culture, entertainment, media and creative technology departments globally.

The career paths that our graduates can look forward to include arts and cultural management, design management, policy making, curatorship (museum, gallery, festival), creative direction, education advisory, cultural publishing and art/design criticism. Alternatively, the programme can inspire graduates to open their own cultural start-ups or work for international consultancy firms. Graduates of the programme can also develop academic profiles and research interests to go into teaching or advanced study at MPhil and PhD level.

Visit the website http://www2.gre.ac.uk/study/courses/pg/art/des-cul-ind OR http://blogs.gre.ac.uk/design-for-cultural-industries/

Who is this programme for?

This MA programme is relevant for those wishing to pursue an advanced career in cultural and creative organisations such as private and social enterprises, design agencies, museums, galleries and research centres. The programme will also be applicable to artists, curators, designers and policy-makers wishing to advance their design thinking by bringing their own projects to life, or create outputs for their own clients and industry partners.

How is the programme organised and what will I learn?

The programme is run in two modes: full-time over one year and part-time over two years, with the taught content made up of core and option courses totalling 180 credits.

Core courses
* Experience Design (XD) - 30 Credits
* Materiality & Interpretation - 30 Credits
* Design Management and Cultural Enterprise - 30 Credits
* MA Final Project - 60 Credits

Option courses (two to choose from):
* Curatorial practice - 15 Credits
* Coding in Creative Contexts- 15 Credits
* Sound Design- 15 Credits
* Social Media and SEO - 15 Credits

What do students do after this programme?

Graduates of the MA Design for Cultural Industries will be equipped with advanced skills to go to wide range of leadership or senior creative roles in the cultural and creative industries, both in the private and public sector. The career paths that our graduates can look forward to include arts and cultural management, design management, curatorship (museum, gallery, festival), creative direction, education advisory, cultural publishing, policy making, and art/design criticism. Alternatively, the programme can inspire graduates to open their own cultural start-ups or work for international consultancy firms.

Graduates of the programme can also develop academic profiles and research interests to go into teaching or advanced study at MPhil and PhD level.

How are we taught?

Typically, in full-time mode, you can expect 10 hours attendance per week over two days in a class of around 15-20 students. Teaching is a mixture of studio work, seminars, lectures and workshops. The full-time mode should only be considered by students who are able to dedicate at least 25 hours per week to the programme. The part-time mode is recommended for students in full-time employment.

How do I apply for this programme?

Apply directly on our website (link below). Selected applicants will be invited to attend a personal or skype interview. We recommend early applications, as the places are limited. Overseas applications for this course should be received no later than the end of July for entry in September to allow the sufficient time for visa applications.

Where can I find more information?

For more information, please see the course page at our online prospectus and take a look at the CPDA website.

MA Design for Cultural Industries Blog: http://blogs.gre.ac.uk/design-for-cultural-industries

MA Design for Cultural Industries Prospectus Page http://www2.gre.ac.uk/study/courses/pg/art/des-cul-ind

Department Website and Student Work http://cpda.gre.ac.uk

How to Apply: http://www2.gre.ac.uk/study/apply/pg

For more information, you can also contact Programme Leader Dr. Isil Onol by email:

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The content for this programme, which is offered by the University of Greenwich and Canterbury Christ Church University, is applied closely to the practice of speech and language therapy. Read more
The content for this programme, which is offered by the University of Greenwich and Canterbury Christ Church University, is applied closely to the practice of speech and language therapy. The programme gives students a detailed understanding of the changes that occur and difficulties that can arise for the individual who seeks the help of a speech and language therapist.

Speech and language therapists work in hospital wards and outpatient departments, mainstream and special schools, day centres and clients' homes, and courtrooms, prisons and young offenders' institutions. Practice placements are organised to give experience of a number of these settings.

The programme aims to develop speech and language therapists who are autonomous, accountable practitioners, competent and confident to contribute their evidence-based profession-specific skills and knowledge in the delivery of health, education and social care for users of speech and language therapy services and their families.

The programme is structured to maximise opportunities for learning how to work in an interprofessional and multi-agency context and within a changing workforce. A wide range of assessments are used including written assessments, presentations and assessment of placement education.

Please note that there are no tuition fees payable as places are commissioned by the NHS. Eligible students can apply for a means tested bursary for the duration of the programme. For more information please see http://www.nhsbsa.nhs.uk

The aims of the programme are:

- To acquire and satisfactorily demonstrate the necessary knowledge, skills and competencies to meet the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) Standards of Proficiency for Speech and Language Therapists, QAA benchmarks statements and to practise autonomously, interprofessionally, safely, competently and within the scope of practice, Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT)

- To develop a range of clinical skills and the confidence to employ them in practice contexts appropriately

- To develop and comprehensively demonstrate critical understanding of a range of communication and other disorders relevant to Speech and Language Therapy (SLT), and the holistic and interprofessional management of these.

Visit the website http://www2.gre.ac.uk/study/courses/pg/hsc/slt

Health and Social Care

With over 20 years’ experience as a trusted provider of health and social care training and education, we are committed to providing our students with the knowledge and skills to become valued members of the community and to the continuing professional development of qualified professionals.

We are at the forefront of research and innovation in the field of health and social care and our teaching staff have both practical know-how and academic expertise.

What you'll study

Full time
- Year 1:
Students are required to study the following compulsory courses.

Orientation to Speech & Language Therapy (20 credits)
Biological Sciences for Speech & Language Therapy (20 credits)
Developmental Communication Disorders (20 credits)

- Year 2:
Students are required to study the following compulsory courses.

Biological Sciences for Speech & Language Therapy (20 credits)
Developmental Communication Disorders (20 credits)
Acquired Communication Disorders (20 credits)
Professional Development Module (20 credits)
Psychological Science and Human Development (20 credits)

Fees and finance

Your time at university should be enjoyable and rewarding, and it is important that it is not spoilt by unnecessary financial worries. We recommend that you spend time planning your finances, both before coming to university and while you are here. We can offer advice on living costs and budgeting, as well as on awards, allowances and loans.

Find out more about our fees and the support available to you at our:
- Postgraduate finance pages (http://www.gre.ac.uk/finance/pg)
- International students' finance pages (http://www.gre.ac.uk/finance/international)

Assessment

Students are assessed through case studies, essays, situational analysis, oral presentation, unseen papers, a portfolio and reflection.

Professional recognition

Graduates from this programme are eligible to register with the Health and Care Professions Council and become members of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.

Career options

Graduates can pursue careers as speech and language therapists.

Find out about the teaching and learning outcomes here - http://www2.gre.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/643842/Post-Graduate-Diploma-in-Speech-and-Language-Therapy.pdf

Find out how to apply here - http://www2.gre.ac.uk/study/apply

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MA Human Resource Management is one of our courses fully accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) against its latest professional standards, giving students the opportunity to apply for Chartered (Full) Membership. Read more
MA Human Resource Management is one of our courses fully accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) against its latest professional standards, giving students the opportunity to apply for Chartered (Full) Membership. Based in Greenwich London, The MA is aimed at both aspiring and experienced HR professionals.

This course will help you to become adaptable, well-informed and proficient in a range of managerial skills, developing a critical awareness of current problems and insights in the discipline of HRM.

You can study part-time (two evenings a week for two years) or full-time (four evenings a week for one year) plus three workshops over the duration of the course. See 'key facts' for further details.

The aims of this degree are:

- To establish a systematic understanding and critical awareness of current problems and insights in the field of HRM, informed by cutting edge academic research and professional practice

- To develop a range of business skills applied to the management of people and organisations

- To encourage a conceptual understanding of HRM that enables the student to critically evaluate current research and advanced scholarship.

Visit the website http://www2.gre.ac.uk/study/courses/pg/hr/persdev

Human Resources

Our programmes are designed to provide Continuing Professional Development for HR practitioners, with several years work experience, and will prepare you for senior organisation roles. You will learn how to approach business problems strategically and combine academic and practical approaches.

What you'll study

- Developing Skills for Business Leadership (15 credits)
- Human Resource Management in Context (15 credits)
- Leading, Managing and Developing People (15 credits)
- Foundations of Scholarship and Research Methods (15 credits)
- Learning and Talent Development. (15 credits)
- Resourcing and Talent Management (15 credits)
- Reward Management (15 credits)
- Human Resources Strategy (15 credits)
- Dissertation (45 credits)

Fees and finance

Your time at university should be enjoyable and rewarding, and it is important that it is not spoilt by unnecessary financial worries. We recommend that you spend time planning your finances, both before coming to university and while you are here. We can offer advice on living costs and budgeting, as well as on awards, allowances and loans.

Find out more about our fees and the support available to you at our:
- Postgraduate finance pages (http://www.gre.ac.uk/finance/pg)
- International students' finance pages (http://www.gre.ac.uk/finance/international)

Assessment

Students are assessed through examinations, essays, reports, online learning logs and a dissertation. Assessment approaches will vary according to the course studied.

Professional recognition

The MA usually leads towards students obtaining full Chartered membership of the CIPD. Candidates are advised to check the Chartered membership requirements directly with the CIPD.

Career options

Graduate may pursue opportunities in HR-related disciplines.

Find out about the teaching and learning outcomes here - http://www2.gre.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/643992/Prog-Spec-MA-Pers-and-Development.pdf

Find out how to apply here - http://www2.gre.ac.uk/study/apply

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