MA

Housing, Regeneration and Urban Management

Teaching & Learning

 

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic we are currently unable to advise on the mode of teaching for September 2021, however we will keep you updated and provide more information as soon as we can. We continue to follow government guidance and your teaching and learning will reflect the restrictions in place at the time of delivery. We currently anticipate that you may experience a blended approach – this is a mix of face-to-face, on campus and online teaching and learning. You can keep up to date with teaching and learning at Leeds Beckett via our Covid-19 website. Updated course specifications will be available in August 2021. In the meantime, our existing course specifications are available.

What you'll learn

This module will provide an overview of the key issues faced by policy makers in urban management. You’ll explore the interdependence of social, economic and environmental issues and take a critical approach to understanding strategies for tackling urban disparity at local levels.
Aims to develop broad real-world and academic research skills in the demanding and fast-changing field of urban management, enabling you to devise your own independent learning contract to further your understanding and practice-based skills.
Gain a detailed understanding of the values and qualities associated with effective leadership in the modern housing and regeneration professions. The module will link leadership theories to innovation and change in the delivery of urban management.
You will develop a critical awareness of the political, material and organisational context for policy implementation and evaluation by considering the roles and functions of its key players and influences of previous policy outcomes.
This is an opportunity to examine interpretations and dimensions of sustainable communities - we will give you the chance to prepare strategies for sustainable communities linked to your professional field.
Develops your critical awareness of the contemporary dynamics of places and communities seen from a range of theoretical viewpoints. It aims to understand urban change and social transformation and explores and debates conceptual frameworks in social policy.
We will provide you with a practical knowledge of research methods and skills. This module also equips you with the research skills to undertake an independent extended piece of research - your dissertation.
You will develop and enhance your research skills and capacity to conceptualise and theorise in an area of housing policy or urban management of your choice. This module serves as a key mechanism for you to develop specialist knowledge and skills through the design and execution of a research strategy.
This module will provide an overview of the key issues faced by policy makers in urban management. You’ll explore the interdependence of social, economic and environmental issues and take a critical approach to understanding strategies for tackling urban disparity at local levels.
Aims to develop broad real-world and academic research skills in the demanding and fast-changing field of urban management, enabling you to devise your own independent learning contract to further your understanding and practice-based skills.
Gain a detailed understanding of the values and qualities associated with effective leadership in the modern housing and regeneration professions. The module will link leadership theories to innovation and change in the delivery of urban management.
You will develop a critical awareness of the political, material and organisational context for policy implementation and evaluation by considering the roles and functions of its key players and influences of previous policy outcomes.
This is an opportunity to examine interpretations and dimensions of sustainable communities - we will give you the chance to prepare strategies for sustainable communities linked to your professional field.
Develops your critical awareness of the contemporary dynamics of places and communities seen from a range of theoretical viewpoints. It aims to understand urban change and social transformation and explores and debates conceptual frameworks in social policy.
We will provide you with a practical knowledge of research methods and skills. This module also equips you with the research skills to undertake an independent extended piece of research - your dissertation.
You will develop and enhance your research skills and capacity to conceptualise and theorise in an area of housing policy or urban management of your choice. This module serves as a key mechanism for you to develop specialist knowledge and skills through the design and execution of a research strategy.