Masters degree in Education

Course overview

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Qualification Master's Degree
Study mode Online
Duration 2 years
Intakes October
Tuition (Local students) Data not available
Tuition (Foreign students) RM 49,911
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Entry Requirements

  • Hold a bachelors degree from a UK university or other recognised degree-awarding body, or a qualification at equivalent level.
  • If English is not your first language, we recommend that you will need a minimum score of 7 under the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).

Curriculum

There are two options to studying the qualification. A fast track 2-year option or the standard 3-year option. We recommend that you choose carefully and plan your work accordingly. You must complete this qualification within six years. Please note that if you started the Applied Linguistics route in October 2015 the minimum time for completion is 3 years. 

Stage 1
This is the first stage of any route and introduces some of the big ideas in education and their specialist domain(s). You will engage with concepts, current debates and issues in the area of education relevant to your chosen route. It focuses on generic learning outcomes but retains a subject-specific focus. There is emphasis on collaborative learning and the development of digital information literacy. Course work encourages students to bring together their personal understanding of issues relating to specific aspects of education with the enduring and current body of professional and academic research publications relevant to their professional/personal agenda. It also provides for the development and consolidation of advanced scholarship through practice and refinement of independent learning inherent in the academic literacy and conventions of academic writing required for successful study at master’s level.

Stage 2
This stage offers you the opportunity to progressively broaden your knowledge and understanding of your chosen aspects of education.. You'll explore the full range of educational research in current practice and develop an understanding of the role and limitations of research for informing educational practice. Part of the assessment will require you to conduct a literature review on a topic of your choice, culminating in a final paper that demonstrates your knowledge of the literature, ability to read and synthesize research, and write according to standard academic protocols. You will have opportunities to present your work to other members of the Masters and OU academic community through online seminars and poster days.

Stage 3
The final module is a one-year research enquiry or professional project which requires you to submit a 12,000-word dissertation/project report in a chosen area (based on what has been studied at Stage 2) which is situated in your practice and will contribute to organisational development and/or effectiveness.

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