This Masters programme will support your personal and professional development as a reflective practitioner so that you can better appreciate both the latest developments in pedagogy and educational theory and improve the breadth and/or depth of your subject knowledge in Religion. The MA also provides a significant focus on conducting research to help you become an adept researcher and to support and improve your practice whilst appreciating the limits of enquiry.
The course comprises 7 modules which include 6 taught modules (worth 20 credits each) and a dissertation (worth 60 credits). The overall programme is made up of 180 credits at level 7. You can choose the majority of your modules in either Education or in Religion in Society resulting in a Major/Minor model as set out below:
The Critical Professional Developing Innovation in Teaching, Learning and Assessment Religion & Society God, Sex & Contemporary Britain Reason Faith and Logos Designing and Planning Your Research Project Dissertation
Religion & Society God, Sex & Contemporary Britain The Critical Professional Developing Innovation in Teaching, Learning and Assessment Curriculum Design Introduction to Conceptually-based Research Dissertation