MSc Educational Studies for Adult, Youth & Community

The following courses make up your programme’s curriculum during your semester at the University of Glasgow. Students taking this programme should enrol on the following courses once they have fully completed student registration.  


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 MSc (180 credits)

Semester 1

  • Approaches to Inclusive Learning: Psychology, Knowledge and Curriculum (EDUC51008)
  • Local and Global Theories and Perspectives on learning in diverse contexts (EDUC51007)

Semester 2

  • Contemporary Research Methods in Social and Pedagogical Contexts (EDUC51017)
  • Teaching and Learning Practice for Youth, Community, and Adult Contexts (EDUC51009)

Semester 3

  • Dissertation (EDUC5401P)

I am studying the part-time MSc (180 credits)

Part-time students typically select one course per semester. The courses can be taken in any order, depending on the background experience and future goals of the student. Please confer with the programme leader in the first instance to discuss the order of courses to enrol in.

Year 1

  • Approaches to Inclusive Learning: Psychology, Knowledge and Curriculum (EDUC51008)
  • Teaching and Learning Practice for Youth, Community, and Adult Contexts (EDUC51009)

 

Year 2

  • Local and Global Theories and Perspectives on learning in diverse contexts (EDUC51007)
  • Contemporary Research Methods in Social and Pedagogical Contexts (EDUC51017)

 

Semester 3

  • Dissertation (EDUC5401P)

Additional information
Students who have opted for part time study can choose to take more courses in their year 1, to allow them to devote more time to the dissertation in year 2.

Further Support

If you encounter any issues with registering and enrolling You may also raise a support call using the self-service UofG Helpdesk.

Please visit the Registry how to guides for any further information on the enrolment and registration process.

Registration for the 2020/21 academic year

The University has additional information available to students via the Coronavirus FAQs on arrangements for the 2020/21 academic year.