What you'll study
The course has been designed to engage you in the process of applying theoretical principles to your practice, enabling you to develop as an academically informed reflective practitioner.
Industry-informed and relevant modules will support you to develop a deeper understanding of coaching, coach education and high-performing coaching environments, focusing on the practical nature of the discipline.
You’ll be encouraged to focus on your existing coaching context, with opportunities to tailor your assessments to help meet the demands of your professional role.
Postgraduate Certificate and Postgraduate Diploma
These qualifications form part of and are at the same level as the full master’s degree. They provide the ideal opportunity for you to develop your professional expertise via shorter part-time qualifications to fit around commitments, whilst allowing flexibility to progress each qualification through to the next level, including the full master’s degree.
The Postgraduate Certificate includes the initial group of core modules.
The Postgraduate Diploma includes these core modules alongside focused research in a coaching context that could reflect your current role or future ambitions.
The full MSc includes all of the above plus your dissertation.
Below you’ll find the compulsory modules for this course. You’ll also be able to choose from a range of optional modules to suit your interests and career goals.
Optional modules change each year in line with student, industry and research demands.