The programme starts in October 2014 and runs for 12 months. You will complete a total of five taught modules and a Major Project (dissertation) as follows:
Please note: as the masters in Arts, Enterprise and Development commences in 2014, some relevant Options modules will not be listed on the Centre Option modules page. These relevant modules include 'Community, Participation and Local Economy', and 'Culture and Social Innovation' (a practice module).
You can select from a list of Option Modules available to all students studying for a Masters degree at the Centre. The Option Modules build upon concepts and strategies examined in the Core Modules enabling you to pursue your theoretical and practical interests in more detail. The Major Project is a written project, which allows you to develop your ideas through further research in the field of either Local, International or Global Development.
You may take the course full-time over one year, or part-time over two years (UK students only). During the Autumn and Spring terms, part-time students will be expected to attend lectures and seminars at the University one day a week, and full time students two days a week. Each term is of 10 weeks duration.