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This course allows you to fulfil the professional requirements for membership of the Chartered Institute of Housing. The MA is a professionally oriented course that examines both theoretical and practical issues relevant to housing policy. It offers you a challenging and reflective course of study, which considers the context and background to key debates surrounding housing, regeneration and sustainability. Course content The core modules examine issues relating to development, finance, law, management, policy and strategy, and offer the opportunity for in-depth research in the dissertation module. The overall aim of the course is to enable you to think strategically and operate as a reflective practitioner. Core modules ?DissertationProject ?Housing and Public Finance ?Housing and Regeneration ?Housing Law ?Housing Management Practice ?Reflective Practice ?Research Methods ?Urban Policy and Strategy Option modules Choose one from: ?Domestic Violence: Law and Policy ?Environmental Policy and ?Climate Change ?Legal Method ?Public Participation and ?Engaging Communities ?Public Realm: Significance, Design, Experience ?Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour Associated careers Most students will be working in housing, housing advice or a similar field, such as a voluntary agency that deals with domestic violence or agencies that deal with anti-social behaviour. Employers need housing officers, advice workers and other non-lawyers to have a critical appreciation of the issues surrounding and affecting housing law and policy.

This course allows you to fulfil the professional requirements for membership of the Chartered Institute of Housing. The MA is a professionally oriented course that examines both theoretical and practical issues relevant to housing policy. It offers you a challenging and reflective course of study, which considers the context and background to key debates surrounding housing, regeneration and...

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