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Best Masters of Science in Disability Studies in Scotland United Kingdom

A Master of Science is an advanced program of study that can be earned in about two years. Many schools offer online or part-time MSc programs so that busy learners can further their education in a way that is convenient for them.

Best Master of Science in Disability Studies in Scotland in United Kingdom

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University of Strathclyde: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

The MSc Autism is suitable for anyone looking to pursue full-time study in this area. Our full-time MSc version of the programme is open to international students. ... [+]

The MSc Autism is suitable for anyone looking to pursue full-time study in this area. Our full-time MSc version of the programme is open to international students.

The MSc Autism provides a critical understanding of the conceptual frameworks relevant to understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This Master’s level course enables you to understand complex cognitive and affective theories essential to supporting the autism profile.

This knowledge will enable you to translate theory into practice and to critically evaluate evidence-based approaches to intervention. Our philosophy that autistic people require a holistic approach throughout their life journey means you can draw upon experiences of our multi-professional student cohort. Our students include leading professionals, students on the spectrum and those with dual professional-parental experiences. Your learning will be inspired from input provided by internationally respected autism experts. ... [-]

United Kingdom Glasgow
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English
Full-time
12 months
Campus
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University of St Andrews

The PGDip/MSc in Adults with Learning Disabilities are part-time distance learning programmes intended as continuing professional development qualifications for professio ... [+]

The PGDip/MSc in Adults with Learning Disabilities are part-time distance learning programmes intended as continuing professional development qualifications for professional staff who wish to be research-practitioners in their current post, or who wish to advance their career through applying evidence-based research in practice.

Adults with Learning Disabilities who have Significant and Complex Needs will not be running for 2019 entry.

The PGDip/MSc in Adults with Learning Disabilities is a part-time distance learning course run by the School of Psychology and Neuroscience. The Postgraduate Diploma must be completed within one calendar year from October to September. The focus of the Postgraduate Diploma is on a structured approach to formulating research questions, data collection and analysis and improving practice through findings. Students will learn the skills of a research practitioner.... [-]

United Kingdom Saint Andrews
October 2019
English
Part-time
1 year
Online
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