The Masters degree in Education is a respected postgraduate qualification, enabling you to specialize academically in education, or further your career in education or another career of your choice.
This degree is a flexible course with a choice of modules that allows you to tailor the qualification according to your interests. You can choose to specialize in linguistics, inclusive practice, or leadership and management, all of which draw on the research strengths of the Faculty of Education and Language Studies.
Throughout this degree you’ll engage with debates and issues in the area of education relevant to your area of interest. Course work will encourage you to consolidate your understanding of educational issues with relevant professional and academic research.
As part of the assessment process, you’ll conduct a literature review of a topic of your choice, which involves writing a final paper. You’ll also undertake a one-year research inquiry or professional project, which comprises the final module of your degree.
In order to study this degree – and all other postgraduate degrees - you must hold a bachelors degree or a qualification at equivalent level.
Upon completion of the programme, students will be able to:
- Analyse trends and issues in education.
- Integrate technology in teaching and learning.
- Engage in critical analysis of research evidence and application in the classroom.
- Conduct research that contributes to the solution of educational problems.
- Assume leadership roles in various educational settings.
- Implement multiple approaches in assessing student learning