You’ll need a good first degree and will be typically working in an educational setting. You should be interested in the inclusion of vulnerable learners and be able to demonstrate a strong drive to improve outcomes for learners.
Months of entry
The Master's in Inclusive Education focuses on the issues that concern the inclusion of learners. These include the philosophical, ethical, and legal aspects that can impact the provision of education in different settings.
The concept of inclusion is challenging and wide-ranging, and you'll be given the opportunity to engage critically with the policy and practice of inclusive education, as well as opportunities to develop your knowledge in specialist areas of SEN.
The MA is also ideal for SENCos who have completed the National award for SENCo and wish to continue their studies, and Accredited Prior Learning (APL) is available.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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