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Equips you with the critical tools to analyse policy and to reflect on your own practice
Designed to help you develop professionally and meet the diverse and changing needs of children and young people
A strong focus on multi-agency working and inter-professional practice
- Offers a choice between a short research project or literature review
Childhood and Youth (F55)
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Study mode distance learning
Start Date: 2019/10/01
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This postgraduate degree offers an interdisciplinary approach to the study of childhood and youth – covering aspects of theory, policy and practice. It’s for graduates with a background in childhood and youth studies; sociology; health and social care; anthropology; psychology; or education. It would be particularly relevant for those working with, or aspiring to work with, children and young people, as well as those who want to advance academically and professionally.
Key features of the course
You must have a bachelors degree from a UK university (or equivalent) to study this course. Your degree can be in any subject, although childhood and youth studies, sociology, health and social care, anthropology, psychology or education are particularly relevant.