Masters in Education
This course is an opportunity to increase your knowledge and understanding of a range of current educational practice, current matters of debate in the education world and key key issues related to educational practice. It is ideal for those who have completed a degree in an education-related subject and would like to take their qualifications to the next level.
What will I study?
- Perspectives on Learning
- Improving Student Performance
- Perspectives on Inclusion
- Research Methods in Education
- Curriculum Perspectives
- Leadership for Learning
How will I be assessed?
There are coursework assignments for each module and you will also complete a dissertation towards the end of your studies.
For more information about assessment, including guidance on marking, feedback and plagiarism, please refer the HE Assessment Policy and the programme spec for course-specific information.
How will the course be delivered?
You will attend taught sessions (day schools or evening classes) and have regular tutorials and supervisions with
your tutors as well as having access to online resources and activities.Programme includes lectures, tutorials, visiting speakers and seminars, together with an e-learning element.
All programmes are led and taught by experienced teaching staff who are vocational specialists. They are qualified, and often have extensive experience within the industry or the sector being studied. All teaching staff meet or exceed the requirements set by the awarding institute or body.
- A degree or equivalent in a relevant subject or appropriate experience in a professional environment
- Appropriate skills in English, mathematics and IT (min. Level 2)
- All applications will be considered on their merit
- College interview
A typical offer for this course would ask for the entry requirements to be met, however, all offers take individual applicants’ experience and qualifications into account.
This course will make you a strong candidate for management positions within education.
Validated by the University of Hull.