Colleges and Universities Offering Master of Arts in Child, Youth and Community in Ireland

  • Course Name: Master of Arts in Child, Youth and Community()
  • Major Subject:
  • Course Category: Masters Courses

Institutions Offering Master of Arts in Child, Youth and Community

  •  National University of Ireland, Galway  
    Course Outline:
    Students will take 90 credits (ECTS) worth of modules—60 of these will be taught modules made up of both core and optional taught modules. Our approach to offering blended learning opportunities is that some modules will be delivered on campus, some will be online (with synchronous and asynchronous delivery) and others will offer a hybrid approach. Classes taught on campus and synchronous (live) online classes will be delivered mid-week.
    In addition to the 60 ECTS of taught modules a further 30 credits will be awarded for the successful completion of a final research project, which can take the form of a traditional dissertation, community-based research project, an extended case study or portfolio.
    The optional modules available will be drawn from existing options offered in the School of Political Science and Sociology and related disciplines.

    Course content (subject to change):
    • Children, Youth and Families: Sociological Perspectives and Policy Issues (10 ECTS)
    • Programme Planning and Evaluation (10 ECTS)
    • Human Rights and Social Justice (10 ECTS)
    • Community Development and Organizing (5ECT)
    • Research Methods (5 ECTS)
    • Research Workshop (10 ECTS)
    • Option Module x 2 (10 ECTS) or Professional Experience (work placement module) (10 ECTS)
    • Final Research project (30 ECTS)

More Masters Courses in Ireland

View all courses in Ireland