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An Inclusive environment is now an identified expectation for all organisations, as well as an aspiration for society as a whole. A sound evaluative understanding of Social Inclusion and its implications for people, organisations and society is a desirable and vital asset for anyone seeking a career in the public, voluntary, or private sector. The Master in Inclusive Studies is an exciting development in response to the growing inclusion agenda, and is prescient in anticipating the continuing centrality of Social Inclusion in policy and practice. As Social Inclusion has become a field within academia, there is a recognition of the underlying body of theory from which it arose namely social policy, sociology and psychology. This Master?s Programme will extend professional knowledge and understanding through an integrated set of compulsory modules. In Part I each module will develop key knowledge and skills in areas including research methods, social policy, sociology, reflective practice and psychology. Typical Modules The Nature of Enquiry: Exploring Inclusion Sociological Perspectives on Inclusion ReflectiveReflexive Practice for Inclusion Thinking Psychologically about Inclusive Practice Challenges for Social Policy Childhood to Adolescence: Social, Cognitive and Emotional Development Dissertation Part II of the programme is the dissertation. This will allow students to focus on one key element identified during the taught component of the masters this will further extend their knowledge and understanding through research.

An Inclusive environment is now an identified expectation for all organisations, as well as an aspiration for society as a whole. A sound evaluative understanding of Social Inclusion and its implications for people, organisations and society is a desirable and vital asset for anyone seeking a career in the public, voluntary, or private sector. The Master in Inclusive Studies is an exciting...

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