Masters Programs in Life Skills

Compare 2 Masters Programs in Life Skills

A master's degree helps students build on their skills by equipping them with techniques and additional knowledge. Programs typically last one to two years. This education can make graduates more multifaceted, adaptable and marketable in the professional world.  

What is a Master in Life Skills? This degree provides a specialized education to teachers so that they can better serve young students. It incorporates the basics of childhood development with training in the identification, diagnosis and intervention of a student who needs help. Program participants can gain a further understanding beyond their own teaching ability in the classroom. Students seeking this degree can specialize in different aspects of life skills for those who suffer from physical or mental disabilities and can learn how to cater to different people.

A Master in Life Skills helps students learn how to teach children to develop problem-solving, analytical and communication skills. This can include how to make a routine, how to effectively communicate or how to practice patience, all of which can be applied to daily life. Students also learn to identify challenges in individuals and develop strategies to tackle them.

The cost of a master's degree varies. It depends on tuition rates and other fees at the institution of choice. Prospective students should research different universities to find a program that fits their needs.

This degree helps graduates develop the skills to help others who struggle with daily life. It also allows current teachers and other educators to enhance their techniques in their current work environments or take on additional roles in special education. A graduate can also become a life skills coach or a professional who focuses on inclusion issues in nonprofit or government organizations.  

A Master in Life Skills is offered at colleges and universities worldwide. But for those who want more flexibility and prefer to study remotely, there are online options as well. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Master in Early Care

Instituto Superior De Estudios Psicológicos ISEP
Campus October 2019 Spain Barcelona Madrid

The Master in Early Care. Prevention, diagnosis and treatment delves into the basic aspects of child development, the importance of the family as a promoter and enabler of this development, in the types of pathologies and alterations that may appear during this process and in the ways of detecting, diagnosing and intervene each case. [+]

Locations: Barcelona - Madrid

Hours: Madrid SD / MXJ Barceona SD

Qualification: Master in Early Assistance issued by ISEP

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The Master in Early Care. Prevention, diagnosis and treatment delves into the basic aspects of child development, the importance of the family as a promoter and enabler of this development, in the types of pathologies and alterations that may appear during this process and in the ways of detecting, diagnosing and intervene each case.

The program teprepara to detect early potential risks of deficiencies, as well as to perform stimulation treatments for children under 6 years who have a developmental disorder or are at risk of suffering, to achieve maximum physical, mental and Social.... [-]


Master's Degree in Early Childhood: Perspectives and Lines of Intervention (MPIN)

Universidad de las Islas Baleares - UIB
Campus Full time 1 year September 2019 Spain Palma

The purpose of the Master is to provide advanced training of a specialized and multidisciplinary nature that qualifies professionally to intervene in programs and services for children under six years of age. [+]

What does it consist of?

The purpose of the Master is to provide advanced training of a specialized and multidisciplinary nature that qualifies professionally to intervene in programs and services for children under six years of age.

Social changes (multiculturalism, new family structures ...) and current scientific advances (neurosciences, attachment theory, systemic perspective ...) require new development approaches and intervention in the first years of life.

The intervention in early childhood is key to future development and it is necessary to incorporate promotion and support services, favoring prevention programs and detection of risk situations.

Early childhood theory and research have much to contribute to the development of community policies and practices, as well as the monitoring and evaluation of initiatives and the training of people responsible for early childhood care.... [-]