Childhood and Youth Studies (E93)Distance Learning
排名: 200 (TCUG)
地點: Distance Learning
修讀方式 distance learning
學位: PG Diploma
課程長度: 24 months
If you work with children and young people and wish to enhance your knowledge or would like to move into this field, this postgraduate diploma will deepen your understanding and develop your practice. While there is no work-based requirement, you will get the most out of the qualification if you have access to an appropriate setting. You will explore a wide range of issues within a global context, with featured case studies linking theory to practice, including: the family; the law; children’s rights; politicised childhoods; participation and voice issues; consumerist childhoods; education; ethnicity and religion; child criminology; child sexuality; and multi-cultural childhoods. There is a strong focus on multi-agency working and inter-professional practice, and you will learn to use critical tools to analyse policy and to reflect on practice in ways that enable you to develop professionally and meet the diverse and changing needs of children and young people. Key features of the course
- Covers the theoretical and practice aspects of integrated services for children and young people
- Explores the changing policy, organisational, personal and professional contexts in which work with children and young people takes place
- Encourages you to reflect critically on your own and others’ integrated practice
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. Your spoken and written English must be of an adequate standard for postgraduate study. If English is not your first language, we recommend that you will need a minimum score of 7 under the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).
IELTS: 6.5 (minimum score of 5.5 in each)
請注意：此成績僅為 The Open University in Northern Ireland.