|4. semester||SNE4390 - Master's Thesis||SNE4310 - Counselling, Innovation, Support Systems and Collaboration||SNE4230 - Research Methodology|
|3. semester||SNE4390 - Master's Thesis|
|2. semester||SNE4200 - Planning, Implementing and Evaluating Education for Learners with Disabilities||SNE4230 - Research Methodology|
|1. semester||SNE4110 - Education for All||SNE4130 - Social and Cultural Perspectives on Special Needs Education||SNE4120 - Inclusive Education|
|10 ECTS credits||10 ECTS credits||10 ECTS credits|
The M. Phil. SNE is a full-time continuous two-year programme with a defined progression throughout the total study period. The first two semesters comprise a series of courses in Norway, whereas the third semester is a period of fieldwork/data collection in the student's home country (Quota Scholarship students). Self-financing Master's students (SFM) and Norwegian students may choose to conduct fieldwork/data collection in Norway or another relevant country for a shorter period. Students return to Norway for the fourth semester courses and the delivery of a thesis.
Individual courses, with the exception of SNE4390 Master's Thesis and SNE4230 Research Methodology, are also open to international exchange students.
You are expected to write a preparatory assignment prior to commencement of studies for the first course SNE4110. All courses are described in more detail in the course presentations.
A limited number of study visits will be arranged to expose students to the practice of special needs education in different relevant schools and other service institutions.