MEd Children's Literature and Literacies

The following courses make up your programme’s curriculum, there is also details for students who may have opted for a part time masters. 

For more detail on course assessment and intended learning outcomes, you can view all course specifications via the course catalogue and matching the course to its code starting with EDUC.

I am studying the full time MEd (180 credits over 12 months)

This programme consists of 5 core courses and one optional.  
 
Semester 1 

  • Texts for Children (EDUC5384) 
  • Reframing Language (EDUC5379) 
  • Introduction to Educational & Social Research (EDUC 5410)  

Semester 2 

  • Critical Enquiry (EDUC5346)  
  • Modern Educational Thought (EDUC5156) 

Select one option from the following: 

  • Texts for Diversity (EDUC5386) 
  • Advanced Educational Research (EDUC5405)
  • Developing Literacy (EDUC5349)
  • Identities, Relationships & Behaviours (EDUC5290)
  • International and comparative education (EDUC5858)

Semester 3  

  • Dissertation (EDUC5142p) on SM08

I am studying the part-time MEd (180 credits over 3 years) 

This programme consists of 5 core courses and one optional. 

Year 1 (60 credits) 

Semester 1

  • Texts for Children (EDUC5384) 
  • Reframing Language (EDUC5379) 

Semester 2   

  • Modern Educational Thought (EDUC5156) 

 

Year 2 (60 credits) 

Semester 1  

  •  Introduction to Educational & Social Research (EDUC 5410) 

Semester 2 

  • Critical Enquiry (EDUC5346) 

Select one option from the following: 

  • Texts for Diversity (EDUC5386) 
  • Advanced Educational Research (EDUC5405) 
  • Developing Literacy (EDUC5349)
  • Identities, Relationships & Behaviours (EDUC5290)
  • International and comparative education (EDUC5858) 

 

Year 3 

  • Dissertation (EDUC5142p) on SM08

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Registration for the 2020/21 academic year 

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