The application process for the majority of MIC's postgraduate programmes is opening on Thursday November 30th.
At MIC, you can choose from over 30 taught and research-based programmes in Education and the Liberal Arts, and with the assistance of our experienced and dedicated staff you'll be supported throughout your postgraduate studies.
By undertaking one of MIC's many excellent postgraduate programmes, you can increase your job prospects and salary potential, engage with a subject you're passionate about, and gain vital skills that will advance your career.
"The Master's of Arts in Media Studies at MIC stood out immediately for me as a programme that was comprehensive but also had the department staff that I respected and valued. It was an exceptional opportunity for me to return to study at a campus that was welcoming and provided exceptional support and encouragement".
Professional Doctorate in Educational and Child Psychology
The Doctorate in Educational and Child Psychology (DECPsy) is a three-year, full-time professional training programme for candidates interested in pursuing a career as an educational psychologist.
This programme equips candidates with the necessary competencies to work in a range of autonomous and collaborative professional roles that are performed by educational psychologists (EP's) in a variety of contexts and with a range of client groups. The overall aim of the DECPsy programme is to enable students to effectively integrate theory and practice and become skilled and accountable professional practitioners. Programme application opens on Thursday 30 November.
"My experience on this programme at MIC was a very positive one. It was great to be part of a close knit group who were supported by dedicated lecturers and the wider MIC community. The small group atmosphere allowed for lectures to be delivered in an engaging manner, incorporating methodologies such as problem-based learning and case study analysis." Eoin Harte, Professional Doctorate in Educational and Child Psychology Graduate
Financial supports for students undertaking postgraduate research are critical in attracting world-class students to MIC. Students pursuing research postgraduate degrees are eligible to apply to the Research & Graduate School for a suite of funding supports and several bespoke MIC awards.
With a large variety of postgraduate programmes in Education and the Liberal Arts from graduate diploma to doctoral level, MIC can help you build on your existing degree, retrain in fields like teaching or simply gain a professional edge in your chosen career.
This programme is delivered as a partnership between MIC and Middletown Centre for Autism, and taught by experienced professionals from both MIC and Middletown Centre for Autism using both online and face-to-face teaching methods.
Geography Master's Programmes
Learn more about MIC's MA/MSc in Environment, Society and Culture and the MA in Climate, Justice and Sustainability. Both programmes are offered on a full-time (one year) and part-time (two to three year) basis.
MA in Applied Linguistics
This Masters provides a broad-based programme of study in language description (language systems: grammar, lexis and phonology), theories of Applied Linguistics and theories of Second Language Acquisition. Applications for the Spring semester 2024 intake is now open.