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MA/MSc Open

This innovative masters degree allows you to create a personalised course of study across a range of academic disciplines. The programme will enable you to expand your discipline-related knowledge at masters level, gain broader subject-specific knowledge and pursue further professional development in areas that align with your employment needs and professional aspirations.

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BA/BSc (Honours) Open degree

Do you want the freedom to study a range of subjects? Then our Open qualifications are ideal. The BA/BSc (Honours) Open is an honours degree with a difference. Free from the restriction of a subject-specific specialism, you can set the direction of your learning. By choosing modules from over 16 subject areas, you'll create a bespoke qualification that reflects your interests, or helps you stand out in the competitive job market.

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Foundation Degree in Combined Professional Studies

This flexible qualification enables you to develop lifelong learning skills that will open doors to further study and career development. You can choose from a wide variety of fascinating modules in any subjects you like, depending on your interests and career aspirations ? including work-related modules to help you in your current role and enhance your future employability.

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Certificate of Higher Education Open

You can enjoy the freedom of studying a range of subjects that interest you with our Certificate of Higher Education Open. You'll design your own qualification to get a grounding in one or more subjects, or you can use it as the first step towards a BA/BSc (Honours) Open or Diploma of Higher Education Open.

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Diploma of Higher Education Open

Our Diploma of Higher Education Open gives you the freedom to design your own qualification from a choice of subject areas. Whatever your reasons for studying, you'll expand your knowledge, improve your skillset, and create a diploma individual to you.

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Diploma of Higher Education in Combined Professional Studies

This flexible qualification enables you to develop lifelong learning skills that will open doors to further study and career development. You can choose from a wide variety of fascinating modules in any subjects you like, depending on your interests and career aspirations ? including work-related modules to help you in your current role and enhance your future employability.

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Arts and languages Access module

An Access module is a great place to start if you want a gentle introduction to Open University study. They usually last 30 weeks and help you to find out more about your interests and where you want your learning to take you.

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Cisco networking (CCNA) part 1

As a Cisco Networking Academy Support Centre, The Open University offers the Cisco CCNA R+S version 7 curriculum that provides the foundational knowledge, understanding and skills needed to configure a small-scale LAN/WAN using Cisco equipment. As part of your studies, you'll complete CCNA 1 and CCNA 2 and gain simulated hands-on experience of configuring networks through online activities.

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Cisco networking (CCNA) part 2

As a Cisco Networking Academy Support Centre, The Open University offers the Cisco Certified Networking Associate ? Routing and Switching version 7 curriculum that provides the foundational knowledge, understanding, and skills needed to configure a larger scale LAN/WAN using Cisco equipment. As part of your studies, you'll complete CCNA 3 and and gain simulated hands-on experience of configuring networks through online activities.

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The networked practitioner

New opportunities for sharing knowledge and engaging with others are transforming the practices of educators and learners. However, many of us use social media and open content in what Lawrence Lessig described as 'read-only' engagement. This module will develop your practice into new forms of active and purposeful networked 'readwrite' activity. Working on a project that you devise, you will share your ideas and practice using a variety of forums, online tools and an Open Studio that you share with your fellow students. The module culminates in the H818 Online Conference, which brings together students, invited speakers, staff, and alumni. Projects explore how to enhance your own educational practice, while addressing key themes in online and distance education. You will also actively visualise and critically assess your own engagement with online networks and open practice.

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In the night sky - Galaxies

Professor Monica Grady and Philippa Smith, from the Open University's space science team, give you the lowdown on what to look for if you want to take up stargazing. From big bang to black holes; from spotting stars to identifying galaxies this collection is a beginner's guide to astronomy introducing you to the key features at each level of size whether solar, stellar, or galactic.

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How to use a musical score

Do you know how music is written down? How do musicians use scores in their work? Catherine Tackley and Naomi Barker, of the Open University, explain about different types of music, how it is written down, and what that notation means to performers.

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