Normally 2:2 degree (eg teaching, social work, nursing); or Relevant professional qualification plus evidence of CPD; or Dip HE or above, relevant professional experience and evidence of CPD; or Pre-registration module(s) - up to two; to enable staff and/or students to test ability to work at M level.
MCs / PG DIP/ PG CERT
Months of entry
Course contentThis modular, blended/distance learning course is for professional practitioners concerned to advance their theoretical and practical understanding of the changing and developing field of working with parents. The programme is innovative and progressive, exploring the 21st Century climate and context for parenting. Its interprofessional setting is an undoubted strength. The learning and teaching methods utilised reflect the philosophy, aims and principles of a programme of advanced academic and professional development.
- This is the first Masters level course designed specifically for people working in the field of parenting
- The high quality practice-related modules are designed to enable practitioners and clients
to achieve planned change in parenting practice through the processes of education, development and practiceoriented
-The course focuses on the development of the creative reflective practitioner committed to social justice, equality and innovatory and progressive practice
-The course aims to increase your systematic knowledge and critical awareness of the national and international literature
and research, to extend your understanding of parenting through participation in analysis of theory and the challenges
and opportunities in proposing, planning and delivering services for parents in a multi-cultural and inter-professional milieu
Information for international students
We have chosen to offer this programme largely through computer mediated distance learning in order that it is accessible to a wide range of potential students. However students must attend the block teaching weeks held in Leicester. The tuition fee for self funded international students is £9500.
Fees and fundingPlease visit dmu.ac.uk/pgfees
Qualification and course duration
|Assessment||What kind of work will I be doing? (proportionally)|
|Written coursework / continuous assessment||100|
Course contact details
- Promotions and Recruitment Centre
- 0116 257 7700
- 0116 250 6411