Autism

Dublin City University

 

Course Name Autism
Course Provider Dublin City University
Alternative Provider(s) St. Patrick's Campus DCU
Course Code DC972
Course Type Postgraduate
Qualifications
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Degree - Masters (Level 9 NFQ)  More info... Major Dublin City University Level 9 NFQ
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Attendance Options Part time
Location (Districts) Dublin City Centre
Qualification Letters MEdA
PAC Application Information

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Applicants presenting EU School Leaving examinations

All Applicants must submit

•Certified academic transcripts for each and every year of study

•Brief CV highlighting relevant work experience, including...

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Duration 2 years Part-time
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Entry Requirements

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General Entry Requirements

This proposed Master of Education in Autism (MEdA) programme is being offered as a stand-alone two-year level 9 blended Master level programme open to qualified experienced teachers working in primary and...

Course Content

Expand+The Masters of Education in Autism (MEdA) is a unique, part-time, blended, two year programme focusing on the needs of educators working with children and young people with autism. Open to educators working in primary and post-primary schools, in spe...

Subjects Taught

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Successful applicants entering the MEdA in year one will complete 90 credits over two academic years, 30 credits in Year One and 60 credits in Year Two. The programme is blended, with some content being delivered on-campus in ...

Careers or Further Progression

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The Masters of Education in Autism is designed to meet the professional and personal needs of teachers seeking to acquire deep expertise in the area of evidence informed education for pupils on the autism spectrum. The programme offers par...

Further Enquiries neil.kenny@dcu.ie
+353 (01) 8842350
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