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Photography3836<p>​​​​This programme is largely skills and practice based and encourages the exploration of the photograph within a range of contemporary practices and contexts, for example, from commercial to art based photography. The study of photography will also extend to a critical understanding of the subject and allow students the scope for professional and creative development.</p><div><div><p>Learning is informed by historical and current references, cultural and social contexts, and the requirements of a range of professional practice on graduation. Throughout the course students are supported to engage in live projects, competition and exhibitions.</p><p><a href="https&#58;//www.flickr.com/photos/uninorthants/sets/72157645181130289/" target="_blank"><img alt="Photography BA (Hons)" src="http&#58;//www.northampton.ac.uk/PublishingImages/photography-bahons.png" style="margin&#58;5px;" />​</a><br></p><p>To view a gallery of our students' work please <a href="https&#58;//www.flickr.com/photos/uninorthants/sets/72157645181130289/" target="_blank">visit our flickr website</a>.<br></p></div></div>BA (Hons)W640Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
School Direct (Primary and Secondary) PGCE QTS or QTS only3477<p>&#160;</p><p>The University of Northampton will be working as a training provider for a number of Lead Schools to support the delivery of the School Direct Primary programme, leading to the award of Qualified Teacher Status and PGCE, for trainees wishing to work in Primary Education. For further information about School Direct and how to apply please go to http&#58;//www.education.gov.uk/get-intoteaching</p>Postgraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Education2239<p>The MA Education can be taken through a part time and a full time route. The programme is designed for teachers and other professionals working in the field of education as well as recent graduates.</p>MAPostgraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
International Tourism Management BA (Hons)2607<p>Tourism is one of the world's largest industries and one of the most exciting to work in. This qualification has been specifically designed to meet the needs of tourism employers and to provide students with the qualifications and skills necessary for real world success.</p> <p>This qualification provides students with the qualifications and skills necessary for real world success. The programme is accredited by the Tourism Management Institute (TMI) and the Tourism Society, the professional bodies for tourism management in the UK.</p> BA (Hons)N830Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Midwifery Long Programme3826<p> &#160;</p> <div class="snippet"><iframe width="300" height="169" align="right" src="http&#58;//www.youtube.com/embed/h8ElMFEUsfQ" frameborder="0"></iframe><span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">Mid</span><span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">wifery offers an exciting and challenging career supporting women and families.</span></div><div class="snippet" dir="ltr" style="text-align&#58;left;"><span style="line-height&#58;1.6;"></span>&#160;</div><div> <p><span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">The University of Northampton has been awarded the Certificate of Commitment for Baby Friendly Initiative (BFI) status and has a purpose built midwifery specific clinical skills laboratory which affords students the opportunity to safely practice midwifery skills in a simulated environment.</span><br></p><p><span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">Students are based in clinical practice within the NHS Trust and experience working with clinical mentors as well as specialist services and practitioners.<br></span></p> </div> BSc (Hons)B720Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Integrated Urbanism14639<p>The MSc Integrated Urbanism is a unique qualification designed to immerse students in a broad and diverse range of courses dealing with the complexities of creating and managing sustainable urban environments and the challenge of place making as one of the fundamentals of contemporary urban design. Specifically designed modules led by academics and practitioners from various disciplines address the complex link between physical places and social contexts. Integrating critical inquiry into diverse disciplines including urban design, sociology, psychology, ecology, economy and smart cities - the programme addresses and extends the specifics of built environment professions including architecture, landscape architecture, planning, civil and structural engineering, surveying, transport, environmental science and property development. Thinking and researching is integrated with making and doing through real life urban design projects. </p><p>The MSc Integrated Urbanism is at the forefront of an increasing necessity for cross and multidisciplinary education for the built environment. The programme focuses on advocacy, collaboration as a process of negotiation and reconciliation and creative thinking. Graduates will be highly equipped to contribute to professional and academic fields of urban design and urbanism at many levels of society. </p><p>Typical employment opportunities are for instance in urban design, planning and architecture practices, but also in government and policy making as well as research and teaching. It is an ideal programme for those who want to become future city leaders. The intensive urbanisation which characterised the 19th and 20th centuries is not only continuing but accelerating. Therefore there is more than ever a demand for professionals who understand the complexity of this process and are capable of conducting and leading it. </p><p>The MSc Integrated Urbanism is being offered by the Collaborative Centre for the Built Environment (CCBE) at the University of Northampton. The MSc programme team has extensive practical and academic experience, and teaching will draw upon ongoing research and consultancy undertaken in urban design and sustainable development, urban regeneration and housing growth, community engagement and neighbourhood planning, architecture and heritage and social enterprise. Candidates from a wide range of built environment and other backgrounds who either want to complement or enhance their initial education and training or acquire a new expertise in the field of urban design and urbanism are welcome to apply for this course.</p><p>The programme can be taken on a full time (Home, EU and International students) or part time (Home and EU students only) basis, with much flexibility to suit individual requirements. </p>Postgraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Postgraduate Certificate in Early Years Education2521<p>This programme develops highly committed, creative and reflective teachers with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) who are capable of maximising children's learning in Early Years and Key Stage 1 (KS1) contexts.</p> Postgraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Education Studies19416<p>Education Studies enables insights into how education systems develop, how children and adults learn and what the key issues, policies and debates are in education today. The course is relevant to those who wish to enter a wide variety of careers as well as those who seek to go on to qualify as teachers. There are opportunities for international study visits and exchange as part of the second year. </p><p>Education Studies is taught by an enthusiastic and experienced team which has substantial research and teaching experience in schools, colleges and higher education. In addition, the programme involves practical experiences that will enhance your understanding of how educational institutions work. There are opportunities for visits, researching educational settings and activities in schools and other educational contexts. </p><p>The programme can also be studies as a Joint Honours with another subject.</p><p class="p1"><span style="font-family&#58;&quot;segoe ui&quot;, segoe, tahoma, helvetica, arial, sans-serif;"><span style="line-height&#58;115%;font-size&#58;14.66px;"><span style="line-height&#58;115%;"></span></span>Our Education programmes are rated 10th out of 73 Higher Education Institutions in the National Guardian League Table (2014).</span></p>BA (Hons)X300, BA/EdStUndergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Learning and Teaching 824<p>The Foundation Degree in Learning and Teaching (FDLT) is designed for support staff who are currently working in schools and who wish to gain a recognised qualification specific to their role. </p><p>The course is relevant to a diversity of roles for example teaching assistants, unqualified teachers, cover supervisors, learning mentors, HLTAs, learning support assistants. Our Education programmes are rated 10th out of 73 Higher Education Institutions in the latest national Guardian League Table for Education for 2014. <iframe width="300" height="169" align="right" src="http&#58;//www.youtube.com/embed/8GqKyl77kwE" frameborder="0"></iframe></p><p>The course aims to broaden and deepen teaching assistants' understanding of children's learning and to develop their ability to support teachers in raising pupil achievement. Participants are encouraged to develop a deeper understanding of their work by analysing it in the context of relevant principles and research. The course also provides support for developing and extending the skills, knowledge and understanding relating to the higher level teaching assistant's (HLTA) professional standards. The course has been designed to be equivalent in higher education (HE) level and duration to that normally associated with the first two stages of a full time undergraduate Honours degree course.</p><div class="snippet"> &#160;</div>FdAUndergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Geography830<div class="snippet"><iframe width="300" height="169" align="right" src="http&#58;//www.youtube.com/embed/EUVv0g79_Hg" frameborder="0"></iframe><p>People who are interested in exploring the physical and human influences on the environment and how these issues are being addressed at local, national and international levels are invited to apply for this multidisciplinary programme. This programme initially covers a broad variety of topics covering a range of geographical factors including the establishment of sustainable developments, common research techniques and ecology. You are then able to specialise in Stage two, consequently you do not need to know what area of geography you would like to specialise in before you arrive.</p><p>The course offers various opportunities for fieldwork throughout and may include a residential trip in Stage two. You are able to choose modules that allow you to undertake more or less fieldwork depending on your preferences.</p></div> BSc (Hons)F800Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse

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