This degree program is typically delivered over a single year at full time. However, part time options are available, and the school will work with you to make your studies fit around your availability.
Not only will you learn a great deal about your chosen area of specialty, you’ll learn how to conduct research of all kinds at the Master’s level. This will come in handy in nearly any kind of academic or commercial research career.
As to the structure of the course itself, it is divided into four separate modules. These include:
- Research Methods
- Practical research skills
- Theory of Practice
The Dissertation is the real capstone of the program. Here you’ll use the research and professional skills you’ve learned so far to plan, design, conduct and report upon an independent research project.
This course makes excellent preparation for a PhD or any similar, highly advanced academic or professional studies.