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MA - Education Professional Practice (with pathways)

Upgrade your teaching with an MA in Education Professional Practice. Investigate a wide range of educational issues and become an expert in your field, at a flexible pace through the ease of online learning. Develop your professional skills by applying current experience to deeper theoretical learning. What's more, with a menu of focused modules you can customise the programme to your own practice and interests.

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Course Overview

Current teacher or educator looking to enhance your professional skills and learning? Our well-respected MA programme in Education Professional Practice guides you through an academic repertoire covering a range of pathways in the education field. Our research-active tutor team will guide, support and encourage you through this exciting and challenging experience. Moreover, the option of a smaller ‘stand alone’ module is designed as an introduction to masters-level work while paying fees in instalments will also allow for greater flexibility and balance.

On this course you will...

  • Enhance your current professional learning.
  • Experience high standards in teaching, learning and assessment.
  • Achieve an MA in a specialist educational pathway.
  • Enjoy a wide range of module choices for learning and leadership.
  • Bring existing PGCE/M Level credits with you from prior learning.
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Course Structure

What you will learn

Specialist Pathways Include:

Teaching and learning
Early Years
Inclusionary Practice
Education Leadership
Higher Education


In this MA Education Professional Practice, you will be able to accumulate credit through the successful completion of stand-alone modules which are geared to your needs and appropriate to your stage in terms of career and practice. You will be able to register for one module at a time and bank the credits as you successfully complete each module. If you wish you may ‘cash in’ credits for a University Award (20 or 40 credits) or a PGCert at 60 credits. On the other hand, you can continue to bank your credits before opting for your choice of award. When you have reached a total of 90 credits you will be required to determine your named pathway on the MA (180 Credits) or opt for the PGDip 5 (120 Credits). For a named pathway you will need to ensure that a total of 60 credits (not including the dissertation on the MA) relate directly to the focus of your pathway specialism. It is likely that in many cases students will want to determine a named pathway at 60 credits and not wait until 90 credits.

Year one
  • MAPP7044 Raising the Achievement of Children
    MAPP7102 High Quality Teaching and Learning

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