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Masters in Education (Home Economics)
Course Code: IHT01
Award:

M. Ed (Home Economics) Level 9.

Entry Requirements:

A Bachelor of Education (Home Economics) Degree or an equivalent qualification in Home Economics at a minimum of H2.2.


Duration:

 2 years part-time and is offered fully on-line.

Fees (euro):

€3,300 per annum.

Application Process:

Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 1st September 2017.

 

Next Intake:

Please contact Administrator in the Home Economics Department for further details.

Closing Date: 2017-09-01

Programme Overview

This interdisciplinary postgraduate programme is designed to meet the personal and professional needs of Home Economics graduates. Providing the first postgraduate qualification in Home Economics in Ireland, this programme aims to provide a continuum of learning in Home Economics. An approach aimed at providing practitioners with an enriched and extended repertoire of knowledge and skills for critical reflection, individual empowerment and evidence-based practice thus enabling them to be dispositionally and cognitively competent to act as "adaptive experts" in their work contexts.
This constructivist approach gives primacy to Home Economics as a discipline for individual empowerment and self-efficacy with an ever-increasing expectation from educationalists for Home Economists to demonstrate leadership roles in organisational, community and national initiatives. To be advocates for the enhancement of quality of life for families and communities requires working effectively in the present and also working collectively to create the future. To be strong advocates for pro-active, meaningful change as Home Economics professionals, we need to promote what we do well and drive these initiatives forward through innovative and creative approaches.

The programme is modular in design.
Year 1 (may be subject to change)

Core Modules Optional Pathways
  1. Professional Inquiry in Contemporary Development in Home Economics / Home Economics Education.
  2. Research Methods.

Participants Select One module from the Optional Pathways:

  1. Nutrition, Diet and Health
  2. Family, Youth and Child Studies
  3. Applied Studies in Fashion and Textile Craft Education.

 

Year 2

  1. Advanced Research and Study Skills / Dissertation Orientation Module.
  2. Dissertation Module

Career Opportunities

Practitioners who seek continuous personal and professional development, and enrichment of the learning environment / work context. Those involved in Special Education, Post Compulsory Sectors and Community Home Economists. Those aspiring to work with the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA), State Examinations Commission (SEC), Higher Education, Researchers, Government and non-government organisations.

Contact Details

Niamh Finnegan
Home Ecomomics Department,
T: 353 71-9135650
E: nfinnegan@stangelas.nuigalway.ie

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