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M.Ed. (Home Economics) is 100% online, 2 years part time

M.Ed. (Home Economics)  is 100% online, 2 years part time

All modules are delivered online however, we give students the option of attending a one day on campus induction to meet each other but this is also provided online for those who were unable to attend the College.

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Year 1 of the programme has 3 modules:
Module 1: Professional Inquiry in Contemporary Development in Home Economics / Home Economics Education.
Module 2: Research Methods.
Module 3: Participants Select one module from the Optional Pathways:
I.             Nutrition, Diet and Health
II.            Family, Youth and Child Studies
III.           Applied Studies in Fashion and Textile Craft Education.
The modules in Year 1 are assessed by coursework only (modules may be subject to change).

Year 2 of the programme has 1 module :
Module 1: Advanced Research and Dissertation. This module is assessed by a dissertation.

Student testimonials 2016-2017

“Being online, it allowed me to study the topics I was interested in flexibly, while also enabling me to complete research related to my work. I have not just become more qualified to complete my role, but also more confident as a Home Economist through the topics that were covered and the skills gained through their study. I would recommend the M.Ed. to any busy Home Economics professional!”

“I chose to do the Masters in Education after graduating to build on my already existing knowledge from the Bachelor of Education course. Although I am teaching a 22 hour timetable, I felt year one of the course was quite manageable as many of the lectures were pre-recorded…I have had great opportunity to explore in detail topics that interest me personally, as students get to choose the area of study for each assignment. I probably would not have considered the IFHE Sustainability and Wellbeing conference in March 2017, but it gave me insight on the research carried out by Home Economists worldwide. My favourite module was module two because it helped me understand how to carry out research and what will be expected of us in our final year. I am looking forward to getting ready for year two already”.

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