The Faculty offers supervision to full-time and part-time students engaging in a wide variety of areas for the degrees of MA, MEd, MPhil and PhD by research. Research students currently registered in the Faculty are working in such fields as modernist literature, radio drama, demographic history, linguistics, philosophy, early literacy development and the education of children with autism. We intend to expand both the range and numbers of research students working in the Faculty and would welcome applications for research in areas listed below or other areas of education and humanities. There are within the Faculty substantial research strengths in education, English literature, historical studies, linguistics and philosophy, and a significant number of research projects which are making vital contributions to the advancement of learning and to academic development.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission