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This broad programme can open up a similarly diverse range of career options. Past students have undertaken further study and doctoral research, while others have applied their knowledge and skills to a variety of education-related fields, from school teaching, educational policy and administration, to recruitment, charity-related educational research and political advisory roles.You will graduate with a highly regarded degree and transferable skills in areas such as communication and project management, which can be applied to roles in any field. This programme is also available for part-time studying.

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The MSc Education is the flagship taught postgraduate degree of Moray House School of Education and Sport and one of its most popular programmes. It provides an ideal foundation for students who wish to work in education policy, research or practice, or who want to go on to doctoral-level study.

Gain a broad foundation on our general MSc Education, or specialise your degree by choosing a Pathway in a particular area relevant to your educational and professional aims.

Through strategically-designed compulsory courses and a wide range of options, paired with guidance from our staff and in a lively and supportive student community, you will take part in social and philosophical reflection on the nature, value and purposes of education.

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This broad programme can open up a similarly diverse range of career opportunities.

Past students have undertaken further study and doctoral research, while others have applied their knowledge and skills to a variety of education-related fields, from educational policy and administration and school teaching, to recruitment, charity-related educational research and political advisory roles.

You will graduate with a highly-regarded degree and transferable skills in areas such as communication and project management, which can be applied to roles in any field.

The following are examples of where our previous students have progressed to:

  • work in educational policy (at local, regional, national and international level)
  • work in educational administration (at local, regional, national and international level)
  • advisors to politicians on educational matters
  • international recruitment for higher education institutions in Scotland and for institutions or agencies around the world
  • returning to teaching - primary, secondary schools, physical education or within ‘additional support’ contexts
  • research work for charitable agencies related to education
  • doctoral research (PhD)
  • community education practitioners

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You will learn through a combination of:

  • lectures
  • student-led seminars/presentations
  • practical skills training
  • project work

You will complete compulsory courses and choose from a range of option courses, totalling 120 credits. If you take up a specialist pathway, compulsory and option courses will reflect your specialism.

The Master's degree culminates in an independently researched dissertation for another 60 credits.

Pathways

You may gain either a general MSc in Education or take up a specialist pathway:

  • MSc Education (Child and Adolescent Psychology)
  • MSc Education (Comparative Education and International Development)
  • MSc Education (Early Childhood Practice and Froebel)
  • MSc Education (Philosophy of Education)
  • MSc Education (Research)

Please note that courses, course content and pathways may change each year.

Compulsory and option courses

For a flavour of the taught courses you might take, the MSc Education general pathway includes four compulsory courses plus three option courses.

Compulsory courses:

  • Education Policy and the Politics of Education
  • The Philosophy of Education
  • Sources of Knowledge: Understanding and analysing research literature
  • Conceptualising research: Foundations, assumptions and praxis

Option courses:

Optional courses are subject to change each year but have previously included:

  • Autism and Developmental Disabilities
  • Child and Adolescent Development
  • Children and Technology
  • Comparative Analysis in Education
  • Comparative Education and International Development
  • Designing, Delivering and Evaluating Training
  • Gifted and Talented Youth
  • Global Childhoods and Human Rights
  • Learners, Learning and Teaching
  • Pedagogy and Practice of Friedrich Froebel for the early years
  • Psychology of Learning and Teaching
  • Qualitative Data Research
  • Quantitative Data Analysis with SPSS
  • Social Inequalities in Education Worldwide
  • The Anthropology of Education and Learning
  • The Curriculum: Context, Change and Development
  • The Nature of Enquiry

To study at postgraduate level, you must normally hold a degree in an appropriate subject, with an excellent or very good classification (equivalent to first or upper second class honours in the UK).

We may also accept equivalent qualifications or work experience.

Specific entry requirements vary between degree programmes and you should confirm you have the necessary qualifications before applying.

You will find the minimum academic entry requirements and more details on your chosen programme in our website.

Conditions d'admission:
  • Bac+3
  • Qualification équivalente
For information on fees for all of our programmes, please visit the Scholarships and Student Funding Services area of our website.
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