Introduction to Coaching Psychology degree

The Master’s Degree Program in Coaching and MSc. Degree in Coaching Psychology

Aims

CPA and The Professional Development Foundation’s Master Degree programs have been developed to provide a flexible learning experience for busy professional coaches and coaching psychologists, underpinned by best practice and research in learning and development, whilst maintaining the highest academic standards.
It is not an introductory course but one that draws extensively from the coaches’ own practice.
The PDF / CPA Masters  in Professional  Development  (Coaching) and Master of Science in Professional Development (Coaching Psychology)  is accredited by the European Mentoring and Coaching  Council at Masters  Level, and is validated by Middlesex University in the UK (http://www.mdx.ac.uk/about-us/academic-partnerships/our-current-partners/current-collaboration-partners), thereby providing you with the assurance of quality in both provision and faculty.
A specialist fast track route for psychologists with significant experience of coaching (two years practice and logged 250 hours of client experience) is available that can be completed in one year.

 

Approach

You will be assigned an Advisor who will be available to you throughout your program. The program includes one-to-one coaching, self-assessments, a virtual learning environment, guided reading and a written submission.
It can be taken as an individual or as part of a cohort of peers. Cohorts are formed at approximately six-monthly intervals
The Program Structure provides a map of the stages in the program. Throughout each of these you will be supported within peer learning groups, with detailed step- by-step manuals, workshops and tutorials, a virtual learning environment and advice from a learning coach and research supervisor.

For more detailed info about our MA/MSc. programs please contact us:  info@studycoaching.org                                                                   

 

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