MA Applied linguistics is the most common of a number of Masters, or MA as they are commonly known, which have a higher concentration on science and focus less on classroom practice .
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MA by Dissertation in Art & Design is designed to help students review, develop and progress their practice as an artist or designer. [+]
MA by Dissertation in Art & Design is designed to help students review, develop and progress their practice as an artist or designer. The course has been created to enhance the breadth and depth of students’ artistic abilities and capacities for self-direction and professionalism. It will allow students to develop an individual practice and engender the required excellence to successfully become a creative professional.Who is the course for?
The MA by Dissertation in Art and Design is for those with art and/or design degrees or related Honours qualifications. These include, for example, fine art, graphic design, illustration, interactive media, networked media, architecture, interior, landscape and garden design, and art history. Students may choose to progress straight from their undergraduate studies or return to their studies after a period of work. As a non-taught postgraduate degree, the MA by Dissertation offers students the opportunity to identify and refine an area of research within an open studio culture of debate and practice led by established practising artists, curators, theorists and art historians. A portfolio of work and CV are required, together with a letter addressing research interests and reasons for applying.... [-]
Achieving innovation in contemporary fashion design requires creativity driven by technical excellence. The MA Fashion at NUCA emphasises the strong interdependence between creative skills, craft [+]
Achieving innovation in contemporary fashion design requires creativity driven by technical excellence. The MA Fashion at NUCA emphasises the strong interdependence between creative skills, craft technique, attention to detail and refinement.
With a focus on preparing you both intellectually and professionally for employment, the course supports students who aspire to become leaders in their chosen field within the creative industries. The MA course team encourage students to master traditional skills and couture techniques while developing innovative, conceptual designs. A thorough understanding of technical skills such as pattern cutting, bespoke tailoring, haute couture, draping, garment construction and hand and machine finishing techniques are the hallmark of this professionally focused degree which responds to the requirements on the industry.... [-]
Communication Design touches on every aspect of 21st-century life. It is of fundamental importance to the way we relate to each other and our environment. [+]
MA Communication Design
Communication Design touches on every aspect of 21st-century life. It is of fundamental importance to the way we relate to each other and our environment.
This idea's driven, industry-focused course will support your intellectual curiosity and equip you with the relevant skills to become an outstanding practitioner in the international design community. NUCA has established a strong reputation for the strength of its graphic and communication design expertise. Graduates find their NUCA credentials are very attractive to potential employers and many former students hold positions in leading design agencies.
This MA will challenge you to reflect on your existing practice and push your ideas as you immerse yourself in current research and trends within the sector. Working alongside academic staff you will be supported to address the professional, theoretical, ethical, technical, conceptual and visual aspects of design. Drawing on our substantial industry standard resources you may work in areas including; image making, typography, web design, product packaging and information design. Ideas generation and experimentation, problem solving and reflection are key skills that will be nurtured throughout this programme.... [-]
The MA in Garden Design aims to provide an integration of the creativity of art and design with the core knowledge of ecology, landscape and garden theory, history, technology, restoration and the understanding of the theoretical and applied levels of knowledge and practice in garden design. [+]
*Subject to revalidation
Garden design is a rich and diverse interdisciplinary and collaborative discipline spanning the traditions of arts and sciences. The MA in Garden Design aims to provide an integration of the creativity of art and design with the core knowledge of ecology, landscape and garden theory, history, technology, restoration and the understanding of the theoretical and applied levels of knowledge and practice in garden design. MAGD is a progression and a compliment to the undergraduate Landscape and Garden Design (LGD) course in the School of Design at Writtle College. The MA is intended to take the next steps in developing theory and practice of garden design by providing more advanced perspectives and applications to the undergraduate course. Garden design focuses on the meaning of gardens, theory and history of gardens, conservation and restoration of gardens, and rural and urban social, economic and ecological contexts. The MAGD is part of the School of Design and part of the overall postgraduate design programme that includes Landscape Architecture. ... [-]
The Landscape Architecture course engages in this method of teaching by organising its professional programmes through lectures, seminars, studio and site visits as a critical combination for learning. [+]
*Subject to revalidation
Upon completion of the study in the Landscape Architecture programme, students will be able to:Develop advanced theoretical and applied constructs in landscape architecture, garden and environmental design. Develop and apply a sustainable landscape systems approach to policy, planning, design, and management of the landscape. Develop and apply innovative environmental and sustainable design theories, processes, and solutions for public and private landscapes and urban and rural planning and design. Apply research methodologies in a landscape architecture context to garden design, environmental design, rural and urban planning and design, open space design, landscape assessment and geographic information systems (GIS) and sustainable design in the built environment. Critically evaluate the intrinsic and extrinsic values and elements of landscape condition, structure, process and change in response to social, cultural, economic and ecological influences. Communicate design thinking and solutions through a range of media to a diverse range of recipients. ... [-]
The Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Public Policy: Children and Young Peoples Services is a 1 year part-time award developed collaboratively by the Vauxhall Centre [+]
MA Applied Public Policy - Children and Young Peoples Services
The Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Public Policy: Children and Young Peoples Services is a 1 year part-time award developed collaboratively by the Vauxhall Centre for the Study of Crime, The Vulnerable Young People Research Unit and The Child and Family Research Centre and the Social Work, Professional Practice and Law Research Unit at the University of Bedfordshire, located within the Institute of Applied Social Research (IASR). It will be the first non-professional M level award in the department.It is a most timely award, geared to the demands of the governments 2020 Children and Young Peoples Workforce Strategy. The course aims to provide advanced career enhancement opportunities for senior practitioners and managers within children and young peoples services as well as for graduates seeking employment in these fields.The course will draw upon the unique range of expertise available within the Institute for Applied Social Research and the Faculty more broadly. Each unit would be taught by nationally and internationally recognised experts, engaged in cutting-edge, practice and policy-oriented research and scholarship. Currently, there is no other M level programme of this nature on offer.... [-]
This course is based on research-informed decision-making; co-coaching and mentoring; learning and teaching; evaluating published research to inform practice [+]
This course is based on research-informed decision-making; co-coaching and mentoring; learning and teaching; evaluating published research to inform practice, and learning how to research your own organisation or teaching to improve practice. It is intended for education professionals who are actively involved in teaching, learning support and educational leadership and organisation. The course allows you to accumulate credit over time, studying at a rate that best suits you.You will be advised on assignment themes in order to organise your studies to suit your own career development and inform improvement within your organisation. This course has named routes to meet the needs of particular groups working within education. The generic route offers a wider choice of units and the opportunity to conduct research in a diverse range of contexts.The MA Education (Effective Learning and Teaching) focuses on the needs of those educators working directly with learners. The MA Education (Leadership and Management) caters for those working in or aspiring to, educational leadership positions. We welcome the opportunity to work with groups in the workplace. We also offer the possibility of accrediting professional qualifications against your Master's credit to a maximum of 50 percent of the course.... [-]