Online Master in Ethics

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MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CACREP Accredited)

Walden University
Online Full time September 2017 USA USA Online

Prepare for a career as a professional counselor with Walden University’s CACREP-accredited MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. [+]

Top Online Masters in Ethics. Prepare for a career as a professional counselor with Walden University’s CACREP-accredited MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Examine a range of topics related to the counseling field, including assessment, legal and ethical concerns, and intervention and prepare to help individuals and groups with family, mental health, career, and educational issues. This program also explores counseling techniques, including those used in substance abuse counseling and career counseling. Face-to-face residencies allow you to network with expert faculty members and other doctoral students while you hone your research, writing, and critical thinking skills. Specializations (in addition to the General Program) Addiction Counseling Career Counseling Forensic Counseling Military Families and Culture Trauma and Crisis Counseling Walden University’s MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) as a mental health counseling program under the 2001 standards. CACREP is a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), and CACREP accreditation is a requirement for licensure in many states. The MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program is designed to prepare graduates to qualify to sit for licensing exams and to meet the academic licensure requirements of many state counseling boards. Walden enrollment advisors can provide guidance on licensure issues, however, it remains the individual’s responsibility to understand and comply with all state licensure requirements. Walden makes no representations or guarantee that completion of Walden coursework or programs will permit an individual to obtain state licensure. [-]

Master in Humanitarian Action and Peacebuilding

UNITAR United Nations Institute for Training and Research
Online Part time 2 - 5 years February 2017 Switzerland Geneva Switzerland Online + 1 more

Complex man-made crises, conflicts, violence and unrests have become a global concern for the international community. Designing interventions in these extremely volatile environments requires specific knowledge and skills, to minimize negative impacts and maximize opportunities for positive and sustainable changes. [+]

Introduction Complex man-made crises, conflicts, violence and unrests have become a global concern for the international community. Designing interventions in these extremely volatile environments requires specific knowledge and skills, to minimize negative impacts and maximize opportunities for positive and sustainable changes. Built on the expertise of UNITAR and Oxford Brookes University (OBU), the Master in Humanitarian Action and Peacebuilding explores the interactions between these two fields, by linking theory with practice and applied knowledge. The programme envisages online lectures, discussions with key practitioners and the sharing of experiences, critical reflections, within the framework of an action research-based approach. The aim of the programme is to enhance reflective practices combining the art of conflict sensitive approaches to humanitarian and peacebuilding programming with the appreciation of the wider context in which these interventions unfold. The programme is designed for practitioners working in the fields of humanitarian action and peacebuilding, though is open also to personnel working in related fields (such as military and police officers deployed or about to be deployed in field operations, civil servants – including diplomats – in charge of humanitarian affairs, academics teaching humanitarian affairs, journalists, etc.) seeking to develop a more holistic understanding of critical issues related to humanitarian action and peacebuilding. Finally, the programme addresses practitioners working in other professional sectors, interested in exploring opportunities in the fields of humanitarian action and peacebuilding. Main topics covered by the Master in Humanitarian Action and Peacebuilding include: Contexts of humanitarian action and peacebuilding; Theories and practices related to the different dimensions of humanitarian action and peacebuilding – with a specific focus on protection actions; Methods and tools (for mapping, assessment, management, etc.) needed by practitioners working in the fields of humanitarian action and peacebuilding to address current and emerging challenges. Approach A student-centered, multidisciplinary approach, in which the workplace is used as the main learning environment UNITAR and OBU have developed an extensive expertise in the delivery of online programmes. Using Internet as a medium, students, practitioners and scholars are brought together in a unique virtual learning environment designed to valorize experiential and collaborative learning. Distinctive features of the Master include: Full online delivery, allowing for a flexible schedule designed to fit the specific needs of full-time working professionals; Student-centered approach, in which the learner and the learning experience at the core of the programme; Leading-edge insights into prevailing theories and practices; Lifelong learning approach, in which the workplace is used as the main learning environment; Multi-cultural pedagogy, particularly attentive at the diversity of paradigms, perceptions and intellectual traditions; Multi-disciplinary approach. Curriculum Students benefit from an experienced faculty of scholars and practitioners, peer-to-peer collaboration, and a curriculum that reflects current theory and practice. Required Courses Core Modules P30320 From Conflict Sensitivity to Conflict Transformation P30321 Culture-Sensitivity in Conflict and Post-Conflict Settings P30323 Leadership, Team and Self-management in Conflict Settings Issues-based Modules P30324 Protection of Civilians in Conflict and Post-Conflict Settings P30325 Post-Conflict Stabilization and Recovery P30322 Humanitarian and Peacebuilding Programmes in Urban Conflicts Research Component P30326 Conflict and Post-Conflict Research: Methods and Ethics P30327 Practice-based Study/Dissertation Alternative Courses P30328 Independent Study The Master in Humanitarian Action and Peacebuilding is awarded upon completion of 180 UK Credits. Students may alternatively opt for a PG Certificate upon completion of 60 UK Credits (corresponding to the three core modules) or a PG Diploma upon completion of 120 UK Credits (corresponding to the three core modules and the three issues-based modules). Duration The average duration of the Master and PG Diploma is 30 months (minimum duration 2 years; maximum duration 5 years). The average duration of the PG Certificate is 12 months (maximum duration 2 years). Application Information The programme is open to all candidates who fulfil at least one of the following conditions: Hold an approved undergraduate honors degree (or equivalent) at '1st’ or ‘upper second class' (i.e. a ‘2:1’) in a relevant discipline and preferably experience in the field of humanitarian action and peace-building or related fields; Hold a relevant recognized diploma and/or certified professional training and 3 to 5 years of experience in the field of humanitarian action and peacebuilding or related fields; Have substantial and proven field experience of minimum 10 years in humanitarian action, peacebuilding and related fields. English Language If first language is not English, student must satisfy English language requirements providing evidence of an IELTS level of 6.5 or recognized equivalent. In exceptional circumstances, where applicants can show that they have qualifications or experience or both that demonstrate that they have knowledge and capabilities equivalent to those possessed by holders of the qualifications listed above, they may be admitted with dispensation from the requirement to possess those qualifications. Admission with Credits Applications will also be considered from potential candidates who wish to seek accreditation for their prior experiential learning or earlier qualifications. Applicants with prior certificated or experiential learning who make the case in writing with appropriate supporting documents may be admitted with exemption from or credit for, up to two-thirds of the credit value of the Brookes Postgraduate award. Application Instructions The Project Managers are available to students during the application process. Students are encouraged to email the Project Managers at mahap@unitar.org or mahap@brookes.ac.uk with any questions during the application process. All applicants are required to apply online through UK Pass. Students must complete all required fields and uploads prior to submission. More information on the application process are available at: http://architecture.brookes.ac.uk/research/cendep Tuition and Fees 8’500 GBP [-]