The dissertation is the culmination of the MSc in Community Youth Work. It is a sustained piece of independent research focussing on the participants’ practice and understanding in her/his particular circumstance and context. This study will allow the students an opportunity to both research new areas within their existing contexts and afford those newly qualified postgraduate diploma level students an opportunity to explore areas of interest. The dissertation will have an additional taught component consisting of research methodology, design techniques and ethical considerations necessary to complete a rigorous piece of independent research.
Entry requirements are related to the standard entry requirements of the University of Ulster. However, students who apply for the Masters by dissertation course must have a professional youth work qualification and a postgraduate diploma. Some students may apply with an undergraduate degree in youth work [professionally endorsed] while others may apply with a cognate degree and postgraduate diploma [professionally endorsed]. Whatever the pathway to the Masters by dissertation students must have professionally recognised community youth work degree.
Recipient: Ulster University
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