Masters degrees are more versatile than doctoral qualifications and have a broad range of professional and academic applications. According to the U.S. Department of Education, three types of masters programs exist research, professional, and terminal. The most popular masters degree types are Master of Arts (M.A.) and Master of Science (M.S.) in a mixture of subject fields.
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Public Pedagogy and Art Practice brings together a rich set of public practices from- cultural activism, public art, experimental pedagogy, community based art, socially engaged art, public acts/ performances, to internet based public art. The course enables creative practitioners to educate, inspire, and catalyse social action. [+]
The program in Public Pedagogy and Art Practice at Srishti brings together a rich set of practices from cultural activism, public art, urban and rural studies and the study of local knowledge systems into an emerging area of study that looks at traditional and contemporary public creative practices that are used to educate, inspire and provoke a larger public. These forms draw from a diversity of public engagements, evoke the absurd, catalyse agency for social action and emerge from many different sites of on-the-ground experimentation. They are community based, multi-age and focus on social transformation that challenges mainstream elite forms of knowledge production. The program takes learning back to the street by understanding practices and practitioners that have rejected the exclusive institutional structures, focusing instead on peoples’ science, peoples; medicine, peoples’ history and peoples’ education.... [-]
Social Pedagogy is a master degree study field in the frame of study programme Specialization in Pedagogy, organized in the full-time form of study. [+]
Social Pedagogy is a master degree study field in the frame of study program Specialization in Pedagogy, organized in the full-time form of study.
Profile of graduates and their prospective employment: Graduates have a broad knowledge and understanding of the field of social pedagogy, sociology, law, social policy, anthropology, management of human resources, demography and statistical methods. Graduates can find employment especially in the field of socio-pedagogical prevention; work with children, young adults, and adults during their leisure time activities; in the field of socio-pedagogical therapy or social work. They can also get qualifications for senior and leading positions in the social sphere.... [-]
As an MA Arts Pedagogy and Practice candidate, you are concerned with developing your contemporary art practice and nurturing future generations of emerging artists. [+]
As an MA Arts Pedagogy and Practice candidate, you are concerned with developing your contemporary art practice and nurturing future generations of emerging artists. Candidates come from a full range of creative and performing arts disciplines as well as visual, design, and curatorial practice. They are practicing artists and active educators who wish to integrate current arts pedagogy into their work.
For individuals who are deeply invested in nurturing and mentoring the next generation of emerging artists, the Program underscores the importance of developing a critical pedagogical approach. This is in order to enable long-term capacity for exploration and openness to new and varied experiences that will support teaching in the arts in a constantly repositioning society and landscape. Candidates will develop the critical skills, self-awareness, and reflexivity within their own perspective to become highly effective in supporting their students’ growth as artists working across diverse areas.... [-]