Leadership in Workplace Health & Wellbeing - Thurles Campus
This innovative programme is designed to enable managers across all sectors to integrate health and wellbeing into their working environments. Health, leadership and wellbeing are becoming increasingly important for companies to maintain a content and productive workforce. Specialists in workplace health and wellbeing will become essential agents of change within organisations.It is particularly suited to those working in Health Promotion, Human Resources, Management, and the ever-growing corporate wellness industry.
This programme allow managers to evaluate, integrate and promote health and wellbeing among their staff. The topics will include nutrition, physical activity promotion, mental health, behaviour change and project management. Content will be delivered through blended learning, comprised of online lectures, live tutorials and in-house workshops.
What will the time commitment be?
Each 5 credits will normally equate to approximately 100 Total Learning Hours. Total Learning Hours includes the time you spend in class (lectures, tutorials, practical elements) and the time you spend completing work outside of college. The balance between these two varies by discipline, and by level of study. You should bear in mind that the workload will increase at particular times e.g. when assignments are due.
What modules will I study?
Foundations in Workplace Wellbeing (10 credits)
Workplace Health Promotion (10 credits)
Applied Workplace Wellbeing (10 credits)
Qualitative Methods in Research (5 credits)
Strategic Planning for Health & Wellbeing (5 credits)
Leading Change in the Workplace (10 credits)
Quantitative Research Methods (5 credits)
Managing Health & Wellbeing Projects (5 credits)
Dissertation* (30 credits)
*Dissertation module will only be undertaken by those who wish to progress to Masters qualification.
What are the entry requirements?
1. (a) A minimum PASS honours bachelor degree Level 8 in a cognate discipline or (b) A minimum PASS honours bachelor degree (Level 8) in a non-cognate discipline with considerable experience and/or ability evidenced by an RPL portfolio of prior experience and learning or (c) Equivalent Qualifications. Applicants with equivalent qualifications on the European and International frameworks will also be considered. International students must evidence a proficiency in English language (IELTS 6.0).
2. Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) / Special Case Registrations: Prospective participants who do not meet the entry requirements for the programme detailed above, but who may qualify for admission by meeting certain other equivalent criteria, should submit their application online, upload their most relevant qualifications and then email Flexible@lit.ie to request RPL consideration.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE: Applicants who do not have English as their first language must ensure they satisfy English Language requirements. For entry to undergraduate courses, a minimum score of 5.5 in an IELTS exam is required. For postgraduate courses, a minimum of 6.0 is required. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure their English proficiency meets these requirements.
How to apply?
The following entry routes are available:
MSc Behavioural Economics FT (W376)
MSc Behavioural Economics PT (W377)
* Courses will remain open until such time as all places have been filled, therefore early application is advised.
TBC for 2021-2022
Proposed Start date in January 2022 (TBC)
Live online tutorials will be Tuesdays and Thursdays 6.30pm to 8.30pm for 12 weeks via MS Teams. A playback option will also be available for these tutorials. There will also be 1 workshop on the LIT Thurles Campus per semester (TBC), in accordance with government guidelines.
MSc Behavioural Economics (W376) Full Time
EU fee per year - € 10315
nonEU fee per year - € 19900
MSc Behavioural Economics (W377) Part Time
EU fee per year - € 6705
nonEU fee per year - € 9950
***Fees are subject to change
Tuition fee information is available on the UCD Fees website. Please note that UCD offers a number of graduate scholarships for full-time, self-funding international students, holding an offer of a place on a UCD graduate degree programme. For further information please see International Scholarships.
Next Intake: 2020/2021 September
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Careers & Employability
Many graduates of our masters programmes have gone on to complete PhDs in economics and pursue successful careers as academic or research economists. Many others have moved directly to employment in central banks, think-tanks, government departments, regulatory agencies, financial sector institutions and consultancy firms.