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University of Worcester, Full Time MA Degrees in Education

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The MA Education is a flexibly taught masters course designed primarily for those who work or aspire to work in any field of education and training and whose aim is to develop and improve upon their practice, enhance their professional profile and engage in rigorous research and high level inquiry into their working context. Read more
The MA Education is a flexibly taught masters course designed primarily for those who work or aspire to work in any field of education and training and whose aim is to develop and improve upon their practice, enhance their professional profile and engage in rigorous research and high level inquiry into their working context.

Whatever stage you are at in your career, we invite you to come and join our learning community as we move into a new phase of development in our postgraduate and doctoral offer. We will equip you as you enter the next phase of your professional life to achieve the excellence you desire for yourselves and those you seek to inspire.

Awards

The course offers the following awards: MA Education (180 credits), Postgraduate Diploma Education (120 credits) and Postgraduate Certificate Education (60 credits). These non-specialist awards offer maximum flexibility, with students able to choose optional modules from the full range available.

Specialist pathways

The MA Education also embraces a number of specialist pathways, which will allow you to deepen your knowledge and understanding in an area of particular relevance to your current (or future) professional context. These pathways are:

Church School Leadership
Early Childhood
Leadership and Management;
Leading Learning and Teaching
Mentoring and Coaching
Religions and Values Education and
Special and Inclusive Education

Examples of specialist pathway awards are: MA Education (Special and Inclusive Education), Postgraduate Diploma Education (Religions and Values Education) and Postgraduate Certificate Education (Mentoring in Early Childhood).

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The MA in Special and Inclusive Education examines a wide range of professional issues about special educational needs in special and mainstream schools and other learning environments. Read more
The MA in Special and Inclusive Education examines a wide range of professional issues about special educational needs in special and mainstream schools and other learning environments. It is concerned with issues associated with DfES policy, legislation and, in particular, the implications of inclusion for learning, teaching and pupil performance.

The course is modular, offering flexibility of study patterns. It is suitable for part-time and full-time students. Part-time students can achieve the MA in two years. Alternatively modules can be planned around longer term professional and career objectives.

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The MA in Early Years examines issues in the provision of Care and Education for children under 8 with regard to policy and practice in the UK and abroad. Read more
The MA in Early Years examines issues in the provision of Care and Education for children under 8 with regard to policy and practice in the UK and abroad.

Our philosophy is that study should be relevant to the workplace, with a strong emphasis placed on reflecting on your own practice in order to bring about personal and organisational improvements. These improvements will impact upon the attainment, achievement, motivation and well-being of children directly, or indirectly, through improvement in the quality of service provision. Examples of good practice are drawn from research literature and from discussion with other practitioners.

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