MA Early Childhood Studies
The MA Early Childhood Studies enables people from a wide range of professional backgrounds to study together, to share their perspectives, cultures and practices and to challenge each other's assumptions and prejudices. Graduates from this programme will be well equipped to manage and coordinate the work of a wide variety of Early Years practitioners and to contribute to the further development of research and policy making in this field.
There are a number of awards which can be granted depending on the number of modules successfully completed. These are:
Certificate of Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS): awarded on successful completion of one module (30 masters level credits)
Postgraduate Certificate: Early Childhood Studies: awarded if you decide to conclude your studies on successful completion of two modules (60 masters level credits)
Postgraduate Diploma: Early Childhood Studies: awarded if you decide to conclude your studies on successful completion of four modules (120 masters level credits)
MA Early Childhood Studies: awarded on completion of four modules (120 credits), the research in education module (10 credits) and a dissertation of 15,000-20,000 words (50 credits). A total of 180 masters level credits is required to receive the award of MA.
You will achieve a named award (PgCert ECS, PgDip ECS, MA ECS) if the focus of your assignments for most of your modules (and, in the case of the MA ECS, the focus of the dissertation) is on Early Childhood topics.
International Student Requirements:
The minimum IELTS score for acceptable English proficiency for entry is normally 6.5.
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