You need to demonstrate that you can work at masters level which can be achieved through having a first degree, normally 2:2 or above, or by having a range of academic and work experience. You may be required to undertake pre-registration modules before starting or complete an agreed portfolio of learning in the form of a 2,000 - 2,500 word precourse assignment, determined at application or interview stage.
Months of entry
The Youth, Health and Community Development MA focuses more broadly on wellbeing, social and welfare aspects of health, in relation to work with young people and communities. Students will need to focus on this area, particularly when undertaking their dissertation.
Programme is suitable for staff in local authorities, the NHS, voluntary and third sector who use group work, informal learning and activity, outreach and community work especially those working with young people and adults often labelled as hard to reach.
Example Course modules :
- issues of Health and Wellbeing
- Theory and Practice of Youth Work
- Theory and Practice of Community Development
- Health and Social Research Methods
- Field Practice
- Management of Services and People
(15 credits) include:
- Mental Health
- Peer Health Learning
- Designing, Delivering and Assessing Learning
- Supervision in Youth and Community Development
- Social Exclusion, Disaffection and Youth Work
- Faith and Community
- Global Issues in Youth and
- Community Development
- Managing Race and Diversity
- he Negotiated Module
- Anti-Oppressive Practice
- Young People, Active
- Citizenship and Participation
Fees and funding
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Qualification and course duration
Further details of qualification
Graduates follow a wide range of senior posts in youth work/health and community development in both the statutory and voluntary sector. An MA is a recommended qualification for workers to hold senior positions
Course contact details
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