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Full time & Part time September MA Full-time: 1 year, Part-time: Up to 2 years

About the course

  • Take a clear progression route into careers where you can help achieve better outcomes for children and young people with SEND
  • Draw upon legislation, theory, research and practice to identify and discuss contemporary issues and dilemmas surrounding inclusion and SEND
  • Explore the growing need for education, health and social services to work closely together and the implications of multi-professional working
  • Gain a better understanding of the legal responsibilities facing practitioners today
  • Develop your ability to interpret, understand and conduct research at masters level, sourcing and harnessing key information as the basis for critical analysis
  • Collaborate with others to generate, articulate and debate your own interpretation and understanding of inclusion and SEND
  • Learn from a dedicated and expert team with a high profile for research in this field

Our MA Inclusion and SEND applies an interpretivist approach, with a focus on exploring and discussing a broad spectrum of understandings of disability, impairment, special education and inclusion.

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Entry Requirements

You will usually need an undergraduate degree in a related discipline
If your first language is not English you will need to prove you are proficient in English – IELTS 6.5


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