The Learning Institute is currently delivering two master's degrees:
- MA Inclusion and SEND
- MA Values-Led Leadership
These MAs are accredited by Newman University, and are being delivered at our teaching venue in Roche, Cornwall. Please note, we are not recruiting for a September 2022 cohort for our MAs.
What is a master's degree?
A master's degree is postgraduate (higher education) study for graduates who have already completed an undergraduate course, e.g. a BA (Hons) degree or a BSc (Hons) degree.
What could I gain?
Completion of a master's degree leads to qualifications such as Master of Science (MSc), Master of Arts (MA), Master of Letters (MLitt) or Master of Research (MRes). A master's degree can be specialist and career-related (for example the Master of Business Studies or Master in Business Administration).
MA Inclusion and SEND
The MA Inclusion and SEND is designed for those who work in education with an interest in inclusion and special educational needs and disability. Students are able to go onto study an extra module after their dissertation to achieve the National Award for SEN Coordination.
The MA has been designed to enable students to develop and improve their knowledge and leadership skills, enhance their professional profile and engage in rigorous research and high level enquiry related to inclusion and special educational needs and disabilities.
MA Values-Led Leadership
The MA Values-Led Leadership is designed for those who work in any field of education or training, and whose aim is to develop and improve their leadership skills. The MA can develop leadership of teaching and learning, administrative lead or senior leaders.
The MA has been designed to enable students to develop and improve their knowledge and leadership skills, enhance their professional profile and engage in rigorous research and high level enquiry related to their chosen specialism.
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