Studying this course alongside Masters in Education or Masters in Childhood and Youth modules
Students who intend to study on the Masters in Education or Masters in Childhood and Youth will be expected to study this badged course in preparation for their assessment on the final, stage 3 Multidisciplinary Dissertation: Education, Childhood and Youth module E822.
Students who register for Masters modules receive tutorial support and access to a wide range of resources and tools, including support for developing critical engagement with ideas and information, reflecting on learning (including its professional application) and the collaborative co-creation of knowledge between participants studying the Masters modules. If you choose to go on to study any of the Masters modules, you will be able to adapt the knowledge gained from studying this badged course to your own thinking about ethics in the context of research design and development as relevant to your module, whether desk or field-based.
The Masters programme recruits for an October start each year. You will need to have accessed yourprofile and downloaded your badge as a PNG file or your statement of participation as a PDF to submit your badge for use towards the first assessment on E822.