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Master of Arts in Inclusive Special Education

  • Study Type

    Distance learning available

  • Subject Areas

    Education

  • Start Date

    See Course

  • Course Duration

    See Course Description

  • Course Type

    MA

Course content

Accessing effective, engaging and inclusive education can be difficult for children and adults with special needs. To help them get most out of their education, they need teachers and educators who understand the challenges – and more important, how to overcome them.

This online Master of Arts in Inclusive Special Education seeks to equip learners with a thorough understanding of the barriers to learning that face people with disabilities all over the world and explores strategies for removing these barriers.

The programme helps enable you to develop as a practitioner by considering local, national and international perspectives on inclusive and special education. By applying this knowledge and know-how in real-world settings, you learn to drive positive social change and make a difference in the lives of children and others with disabilities.

Each of the Roehampton Online masters programmes has been designed to help you move forward in your life and follows the same basic structure.

Every online programme is made up of seven modules and a research project. Every module lasts 12 weeks. You then have a break of approximately two weeks before resuming your studies. Your research project is much like a dissertation, in which all previous leaning culminates in an academic research paper. Modules equate to 20 academic credits while your research project carries 40 credits – but you have 26 weeks to complete that part of your programme.

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