Community Education (CLD Standards Council approved qualifying route) (part-time) MSc
School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Law
Explore local, national and global issues in community learning practice and inquiry with this flexible course that can be tailored to your own needs
This course is workplace-based. You will combine online study with workshops and tutor support, providing you with a qualification approved by the Community Learning and Development (CLD) Standards Council for Scotland.
Throughout the course you will identify, reflect on, develop and appraise critical community-based practice, while integrating your learning and practice with theoretical studies and investigative techniques.
Your commitment to community education values, ethical codes of practice, and ongoing professional development will be enhanced. You will also be encouraged to engage in processes of active learning, involving cyclical processes of action and reflection with participants.
You will contribute to the ongoing construction of theory and practice by engaging in investigations and development projects.
The course is suitable for returning students who already have a PG Diploma in CE/CLD, and want to complete the Masters qualification.
This course is also ideal for distance learners as classroom teaching is hosted on campus and in the virtual environment.
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