A master's degree is an academic degree granted to individuals who have undergone study demonstrating a mastery or high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice.
Social sciences help students to better understand the interactions and systems within human society. Topics covered may include how communities and populations form governments, make laws, develop economic systems, or how individuals make decisions.
Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is a Southeast Asian island city-state off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, 137 kilometers north of the equator. A number of foreign universities, business schools and specialised institutes have also setup their Asian campuses in Singapore. Singapore is one of the safest major cities in the world by virtually any measure.
Top Master of Art Programs in Social Sciences in Singapore 2018
As an Art Therapist, you purposefully facilitate an art-making process to promote create self-expression, reflection, understanding, and change with people and/or communities who encounter a range of stress, trauma, physical, mental or societal challenges and experiences. [+]
As an Art Therapist, you purposefully facilitate an art-making process to promote create self-expression, reflection, understanding, and change with people and/or communities who encounter a range of stress, trauma, physical, mental or societal challenges and experiences. Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that helps people to effect change and growth through the use of art materials in a supported and safe environment. For those having difficulty expressing their thoughts and feelings verbally, art therapy is non-intrusive and can tap into the rich non-verbal aspects of communication and creativity.
Art therapists develop the necessary skills and training to effectively work with a variety of populations throughout the life cycle. They work within various medical, institutional, educational, and rehabilitative settings that may include learning, development, medical conditions, social work, marginalized groups, crisis and trauma within communities, aging and eldercare to name a few. The practice of art therapy ranges from studio-based to clinical approaches, depending on the art therapist’s level of expertise, practice and working environment. Art therapists remain sensitive to cultural awareness, difference, and diversity and adhere to international ethics and best practices.... [-]
The Master of Arts in Asian Art Histories is unique in being the first taught postgraduate programme to focus on Asian contemporary visual arts. The Programme seeks to educate and train students who have interest in contributing [+]
These are exciting times for Asian art and artists, many of whom have attained international stardom buoyed by market demand and greater visibility in the international art circuit, as well as for Asian countries that have been transformed into major centres for the arts. The success and visibility of Asian art make its research and study all the more timely and relevant, as economic and cultural shifts move the global balance of power from West to East.
It is also a particularly exciting time to be studying in Singapore, which has become the arts and cultural hub of the region and has put in place an arts infrastructure that is unmatched by any other country in the region in the collection and display of Southeast Asian modern and contemporary art. With the opening of the NationalGallery, Singapore in 2015-which will have the largest collection on Southeast Asian modern art in the region-Singapore is also poised to become a leading centre for the study and research of the arts of the region. By studying in Singapore, students will not only have access to the vast collection of Southeast Asian art but will be in a strategic location from where they can conduct research around the region.... [-]
The Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies is a graduate programme designed to provide an interdisciplinary exposure to the areas of biblical studies and missions. [+]
Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies
The Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies is a graduate program designed to provide an interdisciplinary exposure to the areas of biblical studies and missions. It provides advanced studies building on undergraduate training.
Accreditation: Asia Theological Association
Credits: 30 credits for theological Bachelor degree holders60 credits for non-theological Bachelor degree holders
Duration: Full-time : 1 year (30 credits), 2 years (60 credits); Part-time : Up to 3 years (30 credits), Up to 6 years (60 credits)
Candidates should fulfill the following requirements:Obtained a bachelor degree from a recognized institution with a minimum GPA of 2.7. Obtained a TOEFL score of 560 or an IELTS score of 6.0 (or the equivalent). ... [-]
The MAC programme is designed to prepare the graduate for the field of professional counselling and/or pastoral counselling. The MAC programme is designed as a two-year course. The curriculum will be taught by the resident faculty from the TCA College School of [+]
Master of Arts in Counseling
The MAC programme is designed to prepare the graduate for the field of professional counselling and/or pastoral counselling. The MAC programme is designed as a two-year course. The curriculum will be taught by the resident faculty from the TCA College School of Counselling as well adjunct faculty, experts in their field of speciality.
How long in the Master of Arts in Counselling programme?
• Full-time students will be able to complete the MA in Counselling in 2-3 years.
• Part-time students will be given up to 7 years to complete the entire programme.
• Students who successfully complete the requirements of the first year can opt to exit the programme and will be awarded a Post-Graduate Diploma in Counselling by TCA College. The Post-Graduate Diploma in Counselling is recognised by the Singapore Association for Counselling.... [-]