Postgraduate Courses

Postgraduate Courses

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Last Updated: September 12th 2019

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Our postgraduate portfolio combines academic excellence with a professional focus. Courses are designed to fit in with your professional life, and to complement and build upon your existing knowledge and experience:

You’ll study and research contemporary developments in your chosen field, with the support of our academic staff who have extensive experience and have published widely in their area.  See our postgraduate course listing below.

Education and Multi Professional Practice

Education MA (and named routes as for the PgCerts below)
Catholic School Leadership PgCert
Early Childhood Education and Care PgCert
Higher Education PgCert
Inclusion and Special Educational Needs and Disability PgCert
National Award for SEN Coordination PgCert
Leadership and Management in Education PgCert
Learning and Teaching in Education PgCert
Mentoring and Coaching in Education PgCert
Research in Education PgCert
Safeguarding PgCert

MRes

Human Sciences MRes
Humanities MRes

Psychology/Psychotherapy

Clinical Applications of Psychology MSc
Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies MSc

Primary Initial Teacher Training – PGCE with QTS

Primary Education (3-7)
Primary Education (5-11)

Secondary Initial Teacher Education – PGCE with QTS

Computer Science
English
Geography
History
Mathematics
Physical Education
Religious Education
Science with Biology, Chemistry, Physics
School Direct Initial Teacher Training – Primary and Secondary PGCE

Theology

Contemporary Christian Theology MA
Catholic Social Teaching Grad Cert/Pg Cert
Chaplaincy Pg Cert

Work Based Learning 

Work-Based Learning MA/MSc

A guide from the Higher Education Funding Council for England, for prospective students about asking the right questions about postgraduate study is available via this link: Steps to Postgraduate Study

Newman alumni are eligible for a 10% discount when enrolling onto a full masters degree programme. Further information

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