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PROVIDING SOLUTIONS TO THE CHALLENGES CURRENTLY FACING THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY. Improve graduate employability by developing the postgraduate skills required for a successful transition to industry. Read more
PROVIDING SOLUTIONS TO THE CHALLENGES CURRENTLY FACING THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY

THE AIMS OF THIS PROGRAMME ARE TO:

Improve graduate employability by developing the postgraduate skills required for a successful transition to industry
Develop and enhance the skills of professional engineers already practising in industry
Enable disciplinary transfer to aerospace for maths & physics graduates
Equip graduate with the skill sets required for a research role in industry or academia.

COURSE CONTENT

THE SUBJECT

Even in the current economic climate, the demand for Masters level Aerospace Engineering graduates has remained strong and continues to grow.

To facilitate postgraduate education in an era of rapidly evolving technology an MSc in Advanced Aerospace Engineering will be delivered by the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Queen's.

This novel program will augment the undergraduate education of those who complete it through a combination of advanced scientific knowledge, interpersonal, research and management skills. It will provide postgraduate training for Bachelors degree and PhD students and will provide a pool of highly-qualified MSc graduates for recruitment into industry and to PhD study.

This will be achieved through the delivery of masters level taught elements as well as the completion of novel, industrially relevant research projects.

PROGRAMME DETAILS

Students must take and pass taught modules equivalent to 120 CAtS points and complete a dissertation, which is equivalent to 60 CATS points.

Taught elements may be selected from a list which includes novel modules on aircraft maintenance management and digital manufacturing. The normal load is 60 CATS points per semester.

The programme is available for both full-time and part-time modes of study. Part-time students will take 2 or 3 modules per semester, with all 120 CATS points being completed within 3 years.

PROGRAMME DELIVERY

Formal lectures are presented, but students will also acquire knowledge and understanding experientially through assignments as well as individual and group project work.

Assessment is based on written examinations, coursework and oral presentations by both individuals and groups.

The School provides a supportive learning environment with an emphasis on IT provision and the use of advanced engineering simulation platforms.

OPPORTUNITIES

Employment prospects for aerospace engineers with Masters level qualifications are excellent with salary levels remaining above the UK average.

Our programme is fully accredited by the Royal Aeronautical Society meaning that it 'provides the exemplifying level of understanding, knowledge and skills to underpin professional competence to help graduates on their way to registration as Chartered Engineers (CEng) or as Incorporated Engineers (IEng)'. Benefits for professionally registered graduates include improved career prospects and employability, higher earning potential and international recognition of their commitment to their discipline.

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Queen’s University Belfast School of Pharmacy
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Take your career to the next level with the UK's number 1 School of Pharmacy (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016). Read more

Study with the UK's Number 1 School of Pharmacy

Take your career to the next level with the UK's number 1 School of Pharmacy (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016)

New for 2016/17, our new MSc in Advanced Clinical Pharmacy Practice provides a flexible programme of study that is designed to develop the therapeutic knowledge and clinical practice skills of pharmacists to an advanced level.

- Open to local, national and international applicants
- Open to pharmacists from all employment sectors
- Blend of distance and work-based learning
- Independent Prescribing option for UK pharmacists (subject to GPhC accreditation)
- Management and leadership development option
- Optional on-campus and local hospital teaching for International students

This programme replaces our previous Clinical Pharmacy and Community Pharmacy programmes.

This programme is delivered using a combination of distance and work-based learning; there is no requirement to attend QUB at any stage. This format allows delivery to pharmacists globally and we welcome applications from international pharmacists.

Distance learning

Students are provided with access to their module study materials and online resources via Queen's Online, the QUB online learning environment. Modules are studied and coursework is submitted according to a timetable provided at the start of the course. A variety of assessments are used throughout this programme including case studies, online tests, written coursework and workbooks. Written coursework is uploaded and returned via Queen's Online.

Therapeutics examination
Students sit a written therapeutics examination at the end of the first and second years. UK examination centres are located in London, Glasgow, Bradford and Belfast. Examination venues are arranged for international students in their countries of residence. These are normally at the nearest British Council office.

MSc research supervision
In the Master's (MSc) year, students undertake a work-based research or audit project and submit a dissertation at the end of the year. Each student is allocated to a member of the School's academic staff who supervises their work and the preparation of the dissertation. Students are required to submit progress reports and dissertation drafts to their supervisor according to a timetable throughout the year.

The MSc is normally completed over a period of 36 months, however, credit transfer may be available for students who already possess a suitable postgraduate qualification. Sufficient credit transfer may allow the student to complete the PG Diploma in 12 months or the MSc in 24 months.

Closing date for 2015/16 entry: 30th June 2016

Full details and an online application form can be found at http://www.qub.ac.uk/schools/SchoolofPharmacy/ or contact Dr Brian McCaw on 028 9097 2004 (+4428 9097 2004).

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DEMAND FOR MASTERS LEVEL MECHANICAL ENGINEERING GRADUATES CONTINUES TO GROW GLOBALLY. Improve graduate employability by developing the postgraduate skills required for a successful transition to industry. Read more
DEMAND FOR MASTERS LEVEL MECHANICAL ENGINEERING GRADUATES CONTINUES TO GROW GLOBALLY

THE AIMS OF THIS PROGRAMME ARE TO:

Improve graduate employability by developing the postgraduate skills required for a successful transition to industry
Develop and enhance the skills of professional engineers already practising in industry
Equip graduates with transferrable skill sets in numeracy, ICT, team working and effective communication, which are required for management and leadership roles in industry or academia
Develop in-depth technical knowledge in specific subjects and advanced computational modelling for candidates considering academic research or technical specialism in industry.

COURSE CONTENT

THE SUBJECT

Mechanical Engineers fulfil important roles in many industries including power, transport, aerospace, manufacturing, marine, and medical devices. Demand for Masters level Mechanical Engineering graduates continues to grow globally.

Queen's University is offering an MSc in Advanced Mechanical Engineering comprising modules from its internationally recognised and accredited MEng course.

A broad range of modules is available with a strong foundation in physical science and numerical analysis. Topics include advanced materials, structures and dynamics, power and energy, design and managment.

Modules have an emphasis on industrial application and are delivered by internationally recognised academic staff with strong industrial research links.

PROGRAMME DETAILS

Students must take and pass taught modules equivalent to 120 CAtS points and complete a dissertation, which is equivalent to 60 CATS points.

Taught elements may be selected from a list which, many of which are taught by international subject experts. There is a high level of flexibility to tailor the module selection to individual choice. The normal load is 60 CATS points per semester.

The programme is available for both full-time and part-time modes of study. Part-time students will take 2 or 3 modules per semester, with all 120 CATS points being completed within 3 years.

PROGRAMME DELIVERY

Formal lectures are presented, but students will also acquire knowledge and understanding experientially through assignments as well as individual and group project work.

Assessment is based on written examinations, coursework and oral presentations by both individuals and groups.

The School provides a supportive learning environment with an emphasis on IT provision and the use of advanced engineering simulation and modelling software platforms that are industrially relevant.

The programme includes a significant piece of independent project work. For full-time candidates this is typically associated with technologically leading research activities within the School. For part-time candidates, the project is normally undertaken in conjunction with the candidate's employer and academic supervision.

OPPORTUNITIES

The School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering has an international reputation for research quality, and was one of the top Mechanical Engineering Schools in the last UK REF assessment of higher education. Students benefit from teaching that is informed by leading-edge research and supported by first-class facilities.

Prospects for Mechanical Engineers with Master level qualifications are excellent with very high graduate employment rates and graduate salary levels above the UK average.

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Queen’s University Belfast School of Pharmacy
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Study with the UK's Number 1 School of Pharmacy

Take your career to the next level with the UK's number 1 School of Pharmacy (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016)

The MSc in Advanced Pharmacy Practice, is a programme is designed for hospital-based pharmacists in Northern Ireland who wish to progress to Advanced Practitioner level (AfC Band 8a).

The course aims to support the development of advanced pharmacy practice in the student's chosen field of expertise. In addition, MSc students receive training in research methods and are required to undertake a service evaluation/development project.

With the MSc in Advanced Pharmacy Practice, year one & two modules include:
- Advanced Therapeutics in Respiratory Disease,
- Cardiovascular Disease,
- Diabetes and Infectious Disease
- Clinical Management Planning
- Disease Management
- Prescribing and Monitoring
- Professional Aspects of Prescribing

Tear three modules:
- Advanced Practice Development
- Research Methodology
- Service Research and Development

The role of the pharmacist in the Health Service is expanding to improve patient care and access to medicines. Agenda for Change (AfC) and the associated NHS Knowledge and Skills Framework (KSF) aim to support the career development of health service staff and the provision of effective patient care. This Masters/PG Diploma programme in Advanced Pharmacy Practice enhances the opportunities for hospital-based pharmacists in Northern Ireland to progress their career to Advanced Practitioner level.

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This programme is designed to allow our students to develop. in the critical acquisition, analysis, interpretation and understanding of Building Information Modelling in the context of Project Management within the built environment. Read more
This programme is designed to allow our students to develop:

Practical and professional skills

in the critical acquisition, analysis, interpretation and understanding of Building Information Modelling in the context of Project Management within the built environment

A holistic approach

by integrating the technical aspects and underlying knowledge of Building Information Modelling through design, engineering and construction with financial, legal, IT, commercial leadership and managerial skills of business administration in the management of simple to complex projects from project conception through to construction, operation and maintenance

Critical and analytical problem solving skills

across a broad range of Building Information Modelling orientated transferable skills that relate to information technology, computing support systems, teamwork, group work, and personal presentations and interactions to prepare graduates for employment within the remit of project managers with a working knowledge of the BIM process and underlying capabilities

The ability to apply appropriate theoretical and practical management methods

under the remit of Building Information Modelling practices and procedures, to provide support analysis and solutions to design, engineering and construction problems

Opportunities for Careers

There are excellent career opportunities for our graduates as project managers, BIM coordinators, contract managers, BIM implementation managers, design managers, project architects, project engineers, planners, etc., within project management consultants, construction companies, property developers and government agencies, amongst others. Graduates are also well prepared for PhD research, which may lead to careers in research establishments and universities.

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This programme provides exemption from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Final Examination Part III and is recognised by the Architects Registration Board (ARB) for the UK for the purposes of registration under the Architect's Act 1997. Read more
This programme provides exemption from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Final Examination Part III and is recognised by the Architects Registration Board (ARB) for the UK for the purposes of registration under the Architect's Act 1997.

Programme Content

The Syllabus is in accordance with the RIBA/ARB criteria for validation and prescription at Part III level. The progamme includes an introduction day and sandwich programme. For further details of the programme content, please contact the School.

Assessment

Submission of validated tri-monthly PEDR (Professional Experience and Development Record) sheets for the 24-month, office-based experience; two written examination papers; an office-based case study; office-based assignment; CV, personal evaluation of experience and an oral examination. To qualify for the Certificate, all students must pass all of the elements at a minimum threshold level to the satisfaction of the examiners.

By the final examination at the end of this programme all students must have a minimum total of 24 months formally-recorded (PEDR or equivalent system) practical experience of which a minimum of 12 months must be in a UK-based architectural practice since graduating at Part II level.

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Anxiety and depression are among the most common mental health disorders experienced by all ages. Psychological recovery is greatly enhanced when the individual receives the correct treatment. Read more
Anxiety and depression are among the most common mental health disorders experienced by all ages. Psychological recovery is greatly enhanced when the individual receives the correct treatment. Cognitive Behaviour Psychotherapy (CBP) is currently the key recommended psychological treatment for these conditions. It is essential that practitioners are prepared with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes to deliver CBP competently. This course is written to the requirements of the lead organisation in the UK which sets the competency standards for Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy. The teaching at the University and with Clinical colleagues in placement areas is of the highest standard. This course will fundamentally alter the way clinicians work in practice.‌

On successful completion of this programme you will eligible to apply to become an accredited practitioner with the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy (BABCP).

Students will actively participate in developing and extending their knowledge and skills in CBP. The client centred approach is used to empower the individual by creating effective cognitive and behavioural strategies to improve their skills in managing their mental health and enhance their quality of life.

Students must be working in a clinical area where Cognitive Behavioural Therapeutic approaches are employed. Students must be supervised by an experienced BABCP Cognitive Behavioural Therapist while on placement in their own clinical area. This must be arranged by the student prior to the commencement of the programme.

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The aims of the programme are. To develop the intellectual, practical, and professional skills of the learner in the critical acquisition, analysis, interpretation and understanding of management of construction projects and organisations. Read more
The aims of the programme are:

To develop the intellectual, practical, and professional skills of the learner in the critical acquisition, analysis, interpretation and understanding of management of construction projects and organisations.

To apply appropriate theoretical and practical management methods in the analysis and solution of design, engineering and construction problems.

To develop a holistic approach by integrating the technical knowledge of design, engineering and construction with financial, legal, IT, commercial leadership and managerial skills of business administration in the management of simple to complex projects (project conception, design management, procurement, construction engineering and maintenance); and construction organisations (construction economics and finance, strategic management, information systems, construction law, international construction markets and competitive advantage).

To develop critical and analytical problem-solving skills across a broad range of subjects and transferable skills that relate to literacy, numeracy, computing, teamwork, group work, and personal presentations and interactions to prepare graduates for more general employment.

To serve as an excellent introduction and training for further research leading to the degree of PhD and participate in the research activities of a world-class research centre of the University.

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The aims of the programme are. 1. To support students in the development of their intellectual and practical skills through the study and interpretation of cultural heritage artefacts, their historic societal significance and relationship with the landscape and the wider environment in the past and the present. Read more

AIM

The aims of the programme are:

1. To support students in the development of their intellectual and practical skills through the study and interpretation of cultural heritage artefacts, their historic societal significance and relationship with the landscape and the wider environment in the past and the present.

2. To demonstrate how geo-spatial technologies and techniques (including GIS, scanning and digitisation) play a central role in the recording, analysis, interpretation and management of cultural heritage across a range of scales from excavated items, archaeological sites, and paper records to historic buildings, monuments and their landscapes.

WHY QUEEN'S?

In the new programme the internationally recognised expertise within GAP with regard to the development and application of digitisation and scanning technologies will be more fully used and integrated into the student learning experience.

The integration of these skills with wider academic expertise in Archaeology and the Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork (CAF), and Geography and the Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis (CDDA) will create a unique 'heritage' focused programme in which students will experience heritage in its widest context and will have the opportunity to acquire and practice a wide range of geo-spatial skills and explore the conceptual issues associated with their application.

PROGRAMME CONTENT

MSc: successfully complete the five taught modules (120 CATS) and undertake independent research for the dissertation (60 CATS).

PgDip: successfully complete the same five taught modules but do not take the dissertation module.

PgCert: successfully complete the two Semester 1 modules.

Semester 1
GIS Technologies: Application and Practice (30 credits)
Introduction to Cultural Heritage and GIS (30 credits)

Semester 2
Heritage Structures (20 credits)
Heritage Landscapes (20 credits)
Professional Practice Placement (20 credits)

Semester 3
Dissertation (60 credits)

LEARNING AND TEACHING

One of the modules included in the Cultural Heritage and GIS programme includes a residential field course (between 5-10 days).

CAREER PROSPECTS

The market for those with a qualification in Cultural Heritage and GIS can be defined as:

professionals who are involved in providing scientific understanding in the support of heritage protection
professionals engaged in dealing with the digital documentation and portrayal of heritage structures and landscapes
professionals seeking a targeted training in the use of digital data handling, especially through the application of GIS
those wishing to develop a career in cultural heritage conservation and/or management;
those already employed in cultural heritage management who require the updating of qualifications, or the improvement of existing ones, in order to reflect new developments in technology and thinking.

Queen's postgraduates reap exceptional benefits. Unique initiatives, such as Degree Plus and Researcher Plus bolster our commitment to employability, while innovative leadership and executive programmes alongside sterling integration with business experts helps our students gain key leadership positions both nationally and internationally.

ASSESSMENT & FEEDBACK

Teaching is achieved through various combinations of lectures, seminars, practical classes and fieldwork and is supported by intensive self-guided independent learning. All assessment is coursework based and will be individually undertaken. The dissertation submission is an independent piece of research undertaken by each student under the supervision of an academic member of staff. Both formative and summative feedback will be given through, as appropriate, oral and written means. The pass mark for all assessments is 50 per cent. Students must obtain an overall 50 per cent pass mark for this taught programme (five modules) before progression from the PG Diploma to Masters.

VISIT US

Visit Queen's to sense the atmosphere of our historic campus, tour our world-class facilities, and experience for yourself the exceptional learning environment we provide. Find out when our next Open Days are, or arrange a guided tour to suit you.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications for admission to the vast majority of postgraduate programmes are submitted online via the Postgraduate Direct Applications Portal. The online system also allows application for funding where appropriate.

If you have queries on course content please contact the school representative below.

Dr Paul Ell
School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology
Tel: 9097 3186
Email:
WWW: http://www.qub.ac.uk/gap

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The Doctorate in Childhood Studies (DChild) is a partly taught and partly research based Professional Doctorate which has proved to be both successful and convenient for middle and senior managers and other professionals who wish to further their careers by enhancing their academic knowledge and research skills through developing and expanding on their existing expertise. Read more

The Doctorate in Childhood Studies (DChild) is a partly taught and partly research based Professional Doctorate which has proved to be both successful and convenient for middle and senior managers and other professionals who wish to further their careers by enhancing their academic knowledge and research skills through developing and expanding on their existing expertise.

You can undertake pathways through taught modules that have an emphasis on child care/child protection; children and education; and children/young people and youth justice.

It represents a unique opportunity to pursue an original research project informed by research training and a range of theoretical perspectives on the lives of children and young people. Exploring the experience of childhood across the age spectrum, in different social and political contexts, this research degree places a strong emphasis on the links between social justice, rights, lived experiences and outcomes.

CHILDHOOD STUDIES HIGHLIGHTS

The programme content is delivered intensively through group teaching in two and a half day blocks (usually Thursday-Saturday lunchtime).

WORLD CLASS FACILITIES

  • The modules are delivered in the University's Graduate School.

INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED EXPERTS

  • This unique programme is delivered by leading international academic experts in specialist fields including sociology, law, social work, psychology and education.

STUDENT EXPERIENCE

  • The Professional Doctorate in Childhood Studies is delivered through interactive and innovative methods including electronic resources, online discussion forums and, in the near future, podcasts.
  • Credit Transfer Participants who have completed a Master’s degree within the last 10 years that involved a substantive element of educational research methods training, including a research-based dissertation or project, may be eligible to transfer credit (a maximum of one module).
  • You can can avail of additional specialist training courses and opportunities for networking that are offered by the Graduate School and other events run at Queen’s University Belfast.

COURSE STRUCTURE

Course Details

Students are required to take eight taught modules, five of which are core and three of which are chosen from a menu of options, plus a research thesis.

Core Modules

Students must complete the following five 30-credit core modules:

  • Children’s Rights: Research and Practice
  • Psychological Approaches to Researching Childhood
  • Qualitative Research: Methods, Data and Theory
  • Quantitative Research: Methods, Data and Theory
  • Sociological Approaches to Understanding Children and Childhood

Optional Modules (all 30 credit except where stated)

  • Childhood, Rights and Justice
  • Critical Perspectives on Early Childhood
  • Researching Children and Young People in Educational Settings
  • The Professional as Researcher
  • Youth and Social Justice (20 CATS)
  • Youth Justice: Theory, Law and Practice (20 CATS)

The above list is indicative and not prescriptive.

This programme involves cross-School collaboration and a multi-disciplinary suite of optional modules. The modules are designed to ensure that students acquire interdisciplinary, theoretical and methodological research knowledge within the field of Childhood Studies. Modules are delivered in the Spring and Autumn each year in the splendid surroundings of the historic Graduate School which provides world-class graduate education creating synergy between academic and business communities.



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This Professional Doctorate (EdD) is a partly taught and partly research-based Professional Doctorate which has proved to be both successful and convenient for senior professionals in education and related fields. Read more

This Professional Doctorate (EdD) is a partly taught and partly research-based Professional Doctorate which has proved to be both successful and convenient for senior professionals in education and related fields. We offer a wide range of taught modules in the areas of research methods, education policy, education management, TESOL and professional development.

On successful completion, students will have made an original and independent contribution to educational knowledge in the field determined by the topic of their research dissertation study. They will demonstrate a critical evaluation of the relevant literature, a high level of competence in appropriate research methods, and the ability to communicate the results and their implications.

We undertake a wide range of research that falls within two broad themes: pedagogy, learning and curriculum; and human rights, equality and social cohesion in education. Underpinning all of our research is a commitment to achieving a real impact in the lives of educators and learners.

Aims

On successful completion of the programme students will have made an original and independent contribution to educational knowledge in the field determined by the topic of their research dissertation study. They will, through this dissertation, demonstrate a critical evaluation of the relevant literature, a high level of competence in appropriate research methods, and the ability to communicate their results and their implications.

The EdD programme may be taken on a part-time or full-time basis. The normal period of study will be not less that three years full-time or not less than four years part-time. The aim is to allow flexibility for busy professionals, enabling you to complete the degree with minimal disruption to your professional and personal life.

The EdD comprises nine taught doctoral modules (of which four must be research modules) and a research dissertation. The research dissertation has the same level of challenge and high standards as a PhD but is approximately half the scale (40,000 words). Each module is assessed by one 5000 word assignment. The University operates a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Scheme which recognises relevant prior assessed and certified learning for credit purposes. This is also known as credit transfer where the credits were awarded by another Higher Education (HE) provider. Applicants who have completed a masters degree within the last 10 years that involved a substantive element of educational research methods training, including a research-based dissertation or project, may be eligible to transfer credit. Applicants for RPL should submit the RPL Application Form to the Postgraduate Administrator, 20 College Green, Belfast, BT7 1LN. Applications for RPL should be made at the same time as your online course application. The dissertation is assessed by an oral examination (a viva-voce).

There are three stages to each EdD taught module which covers a four month period. The first stage is pre-reading. The second stage is attendance for the intensive teaching, normally over a consecutive period of two and a half days. The third stage involves the completion and submission of an assignment, normally within three months of the last date of the taught module.

Students must complete the following research modules:

  • Introduction to Doctoral Study in Education
  • Quantitative Research: Methods, Data and Theory
  • Qualitative Research: Methods, Data and Theory

Plus one other research module from:

  • Experimental Methods in Educational Research
  • Narrative and Arts-Based Research Approaches
  • Philosophical and Ethical Issues in Educational Research
  • Researching Children and Young People in Educational Settings
  • Survey Methods in Educational Research
  • The Professional as Researcher

Optional modules:

  • Assessment and Testing: Concepts and Issues
  • Children’s Rights - Research and Practice
  • Critical Perspectives on Early Childhood
  • Education in Divided Societies: Contribution to Social Cohesion
  • Educational Special Needs: Policy and Partnerships for Inclusion
  • TESOL: Discourse and Pedagogy
  • TESOL: Issues in Language Learning

* These modules are an example of what is available in any one year and are subject to change.



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The Professional Doctorate in Education (EdD) TESOL, which is a combination of both taught and research elements, provides an alternative route to the PhD for mid-career and senior professionals in English Language education and related disciplines. Read more

The Professional Doctorate in Education (EdD) TESOL, which is a combination of both taught and research elements, provides an alternative route to the PhD for mid-career and senior professionals in English Language education and related disciplines.

We offer a wide range of taught modules in the areas of research methods (four compulsory), TESOL (two compulsory), issues in education and professional development.

On successful completion of the programme you will have made an original and independent contribution to educational knowledge in a TESOL-related area. You will, through your dissertation, demonstrate a critical evaluation of the relevant literature, a high level of competence in appropriate research methods, and the ability to communicate your results and their implications.

Aims

By the end of the course, students should be able to:

  • Critically evaluate the research findings of published, empirical studies.
  • Make use of appropriate research methods to conduct educational research
  • Design small-scale, class-based research projects to investigate the local context

Programme Structure and Modules

The EdD TESOL comprises nine taught doctoral modules (of which four must be research modules and two must be TESOL modules) and a research dissertation in the area of TESOL. The research dissertation has the same level of challenge and high standards as a PhD but is approximately half the scale (40,000 words). Each module is assessed by one 5000 word assignment. The dissertation is assessed by an oral examination (a viva-voce).

There are three stages to each EdD taught module which covers a four month period. The first stage is pre-reading. The second stage is attendance for the intensive teaching, normally over a consecutive period of two and a half days. The third stage involves the completion and submission of an assignment, normally within three months of the last date of the taught module.

Students must complete the following research modules:

  • Introduction to Doctoral Study in Education
  • Quantitative Research: Methods, Data and Theory
  • Qualitative Research: Methods, Data and Theory

Plus one other research module from:

  • Experimental Methods in Educational Research
  • Narrative and Arts-Based Research Approaches
  • Philosophical and Ethical Issues in Educational Research
  • Researching Children and Young People in Educational Settings
  • Survey Methods in Educational Research
  • The Professional as Researcher

Plus two TESOL modules:

  • TESOL: Discourse and Pedagogy
  • TESOL: Issues in Language Learning

Optional modules:

  • Assessment and Testing: Concepts and Issues
  • Children’s Rights - Research and Practice
  • Critical Perspectives on Early Childhood
  • Education in Divided Societies: Contribution to Social Cohesion
  • Educational Special Needs: Policy and Partnerships for Inclusion

* These modules are an example of what is available in any one year and are subject to change.

Graduate Quote

“I was able to choose my elective modules according to my schedule and my particular field of interest. One advantage was that the EdD TESOL (the taught elements) is conducted intensively and can be completed in less than one and a half years.”

Chiu-Kuei Chang Chien, EdD TESOL graduate



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This programme provides a suitable background for careers in environmental engineering, monitoring, management and consultancy, and it establishes a basis for interdisciplinary research to a higher level. Read more
This programme provides a suitable background for careers in environmental engineering, monitoring, management and consultancy, and it establishes a basis for interdisciplinary research to a higher level. Past graduates have found employment with a wide range of employers, eg environment regulatory agencies, civil engineering and specialist contractors as well as engineering and environmental consultancies in the UK, Ireland and abroad.

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This online distance learning Global Food Security (Food Safety) postgraduate programme will be delivered by leading research active staff within the internationally recognised Institute for Global Food Security (IGFS) based at Queen’s University Belfast. Read more
This online distance learning Global Food Security (Food Safety) postgraduate programme will be delivered by leading research active staff within the internationally recognised Institute for Global Food Security (IGFS) based at Queen’s University Belfast.

The programme will comprise modules focused on food safety and health, global food standards and legislation, analytical methods for food security, food integrity and fraud. Awards will be available at Postgraduate Certificate (PgCert) and Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip) level, and to Masters level following completion of a dissertation-based module.

This programme will be suitable for anyone who wants to know more about this increasingly important area, those working within the wider Agri-food industry sector including food production, processing and retail, regulatory and governmental control agencies, and research organisations.

Awards will be available at Postgraduate Certificate (PgCert) and Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip) level, and to Masters level following completion of a dissertation-based module.

Modern online technology and dynamic advanced audio and video tools will be employed to achieve a stimulating teaching and learning experience. This programme offers learners the opportunity to study this exciting and rapidly changing area taught by world experts within the field at their own pace (60 CATS per year) and within their chosen environment.

PgCert will cover the following modules:
- Food safety and health (30 CATS)
- Advanced analytical tools for food security (30 CATS)

PgDip will include modules in:
- Global food standards and legislation (30 CATS)
- Food integrity, fraud and traceability (30 CATS)

MSc Students will complete a research programme:
- Dissertation (60 CATS)

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The School of Medicine, Dentistry & Biomedical Sciences welcome applications from candidates wishing to come to Queen's University Belfast and study one of our Postgraduate programmes. Read more
The School of Medicine, Dentistry & Biomedical Sciences welcome applications from candidates wishing to come to Queen's University Belfast and study one of our Postgraduate programmes. The following programmes are available as an Intercalated degree:

- Masters in Public Health
- MRes in Translational Medicine
- MSc in Clinical Anatomy
- MSc in Bioinformatics & Computational Genomics

For further information on any of these programmes, please click the link below or complete the contact details with a request for further information.

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