The MPhil (Master of Philosophy) Education Specilisms of the University of Bolton is addressed to those who aim at furthering their knowledge through research in a specific field of Education.
Indicative areas of research include:
- Developmental Disorders (Autism spectrum Disorders, Asperger Syndrome);
- Parents’ perspectives on treatments of autism;
- Autism and parental quality of life;
- School exclusion (several projects
- Primary school children English as a second language learning
- Responding to autism (several different projects
- Community teaching in the health sector
- Free schools
- Greek secondary school curriculum development
- Adult access to numeracy learning
- Autism and literacy
- Autism and inclusion
- Degree study progress for first generation undergraduate students
- Levels of learning and engagement in degree level study
- Photographic representation of disability
- Vocational diplomas
- A reappraisal of the LDD curriculum in an FE college
- The Individualised Curriculum
- See more at: http://courses.bolton.ac.uk/Details/Index/1152#sthash.qEwpfPjm.dpuf
The MPhil/ Education Specialisms programme provides theoretical and practical support to the students through workshops and seminars in Research Methods, Statistics for Social Sciences, Academic Writing, Viva Voce Thesis Defence.
The MPhil /Education Specialisms Programme is completed in 1.5 yeas if the student is registered on a full- time basis and 3 years if the student is registered part-time.
Graduates can pursue career opportunities in Education.