Online MA in Gender Studies in Europe

Top Online Masters of Arts in Gender Studies 2018/2019 in Europe

Gender Studies

A master’s degree requires years of study to earn, but it may be invaluable for graduates in a competitive job market. MA degrees are offered in many different concentrations, so students can further their knowledge and experience in their chosen field.

Gender studies is a focus in anthropology or sociology that is concerned with identity issues related to sexuality and biological sex. Students can expect to take courses in contemporary gender discourse while exploring correlative topics, such as biology and literature.

Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.

Master of Arts Online in Gender Studies in Europe

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Master in Leading Inclusive Education (MA)

Middlesex University London
Online 2 - 3 years January 2019 United Kingdom UK Online London

Take the next step in your career with this innovative online course, designed for professionals working as leaders or prospective leaders of inclusion in educational settings. [+]

Why study MA Leading Inclusive Education at Middlesex University? Developing inclusive education practice to support the needs of all learners is one of the most important challenges facing education professionals today. The MA Leading Inclusive Education is an exciting new distance-learning pathway for education professionals seeking to develop their leadership careers, offering alternatives to, and routes on from, current NCTL leadership qualifications and the National Award for SEN Coordination. We've brought together some of the finest education leaders with the distance-learning experts, Real Training, to develop a new kind of learning experience that makes the most of the practical skills participants already have, allowing learning and development within a workplace setting and alongside colleagues.Through a mixture of 60 and 30 credit practice-led online modules, participants will build a portfolio of leadership skills and knowledge to suit the areas of inclusion that are most relevant to their setting. Some areas you might cover include: Gender and Sexuality Communities and Culture Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties Learning Differences Migration and Language acquisition Learning Conversations, Mentoring and Coaching The programme is open to graduate professionals working in an educational setting, both in the UK and internationally. Whether working in a school, FE college, university, PRU or hospital, this flexible practice-led course will help participants progress into leadership roles or develop leadership in the crucial area of inclusion.... [-]