- Independent Study.
- Professional Practice Portfolio.
- Research Design.
- Leadership and Governance of Church Schools.
- Developing Co-operative Learning Approaches to Teaching and Learning.
- Values-Based Education.
- NQT Career Development Portfolio.
- Managing Inclusion in the Classroom.
- Leadership in Learning and Education Contexts.
- Becoming a Reflective Practitioner.
In general terms, a Masters’ degree can enable career progression in a highly competitive market place and promote career mobility. Career opportunities will vary according to students’ fields of work, but holders of a Masters’ degree can expect to demonstrate highly flexible and transferable skills such as high levels of initiative, leadership of learning and mastery of a subject area.