A smarter way to succeed in early childhood education. A career-focused online Masters in education with early childhood for £6,000
- 180 credits •
- 2 years part-time •
- £6,000 total fees
- 100% online Masters within 24 months
- Study anytime, anywhere, on any device
- Work experience considered for admission
- Earn while you learn
- £6,000 total fees, option to pay-per-module
- Full academic support
An online Masters designed for education professionals
This 100% online MA Education with Early Childhood degree from North Wales Management School has been created specifically for busy working professionals in a range of early childhood education roles. It enables you to reinforce your practical work experience with the education and early childhood theory, tools and techniques that will help you to achieve career success as an early childhood educator.
The MA Education with Early Childhood provides professionals who are working within the early years sector with a critical understanding of how educational research, theory, policy and practice intersect with the context of early childhood education in general, and with its specific professional and cultural contexts.
Earn whilst you learn with flexible, online study
The programme is studied entirely online in an interactive and collaborative online learning environment. It can be studied from anywhere in the world, at any time and on a wide range of mobile and desktop devices.
The part-time programme is designed to be studied around work and family commitments, meaning there is no need to take a study break and that students can apply what they learn to their role at work as they study.
It is this careers-focused content and delivery that sets the online MA Education with Early Childhood programme apart and makes it the smart option for early years education professionals who want to become more effective as early childhood educators and more successful in their careers.
What you will learn
The MA Education with Early Childhood covers fundamental elements of education and early childhood theory and practice, including:
- Well-being and Resilience in Early Childhood
- Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood
- Learning Technologies
- Critical and Reflective Practice in Education
- Mentoring and Coaching
- Critical Pedagogy and Anti-Oppressive Practice
There is also a 30-credit research project at the end of the programme where students will have the opportunity to apply theory to practice-based research.