The principle concern of the Masters programme is the study of communities and the dynamics and tensions of human interaction within them, alongside the role of law as a vehicle of governance. It aims to focus on understanding disadvantages within communities and how inclusivity can be established. As well as, understand social inequalities and how to enhance the value of diversity and inclusion. This course offers three exit routes. It is driven by the changing nature of equality legislation and practice and the conceptual synergies, at Postgraduate Certificate level between the Community Leadership Studies and the study of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. At the Diploma and Masters level there is a distinct focus on equality, diversity and inclusion.
Year 1: Understanding equality and community practice Leadership: theory, practice and reflection Community and practice based research
Year 2: Three of the following option modules: Promoting equality and diversity Managing change Equality, human rights and the aw Professional writing and communication
A recognised first degree or its equivalent ORa professional qualification deemed to be a degree equivalent ORManagerial, professional or technical expertise deemed to be appropriate for this programme of study.
Recipient: University of Central Lancashire
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