Transformative Practices in Equality Diversity & Inclusion - Mayo

ATU - Mayo Campus

Transformative Practices in Equality Diversity & Inclusion - Mayo

It also sets out to support learners to engage in transformative practice so that difference and inclusion can be rendered visible and celebrated in the framework of a positive affirmation of human diversity.

Study Hours
Live online lectures will take place over two half-days from 2pm until 6pm over the course of the academic year. The residential sessions will occur in week 6 and week 10 of each semester. It is recommended that students should try to allow for 5-6 hours per week per 5 credit module for their studies.

Who should apply?
The programme is designed to develop graduates who primarily will work in equality, diversity and inclusion related fields, but is also suitable for those seeking a broad understanding of contemporary equality and diversity issues.

Subjects taught

Creative Pedagogy and Research
Collective Transformation
Law, Policy and Activism
Histories of Inequality
Community Engagement
Preparation for Research/Action Project
Power and knowledge
Contemporary Issues in Equality,
Diversity and Inclusion
Research / Action Project

Entry requirements

Applicants must submit a personal statement outlining why they wish to undertake the programme. In the event of a surplus number of applicants, the personal statement will form the basis for selection of offers. Ideally, apllicants will hold a Level 8 degree at H2.2 in any discipline


2 Years Part-time. Blended learning.

Two residential sessions per semester

More details
  • Qualification letters


  • Qualifications

    Degree - Masters (Level 9 NFQ)

  • Attendance type

    Blended,Part time

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