This Masters degree is a flexible, practice'based qualification for professionals working across a wide range of public and community services in health, social care and associated sectors. It has been developed especially to allow students to continue working and integrate professional expertise with academic learning. The course length is variable, although it is generally completed within 18 months. The course enables students to customise their own study, award title and work'based projects. Where appropriate, this can be done in partnership with an employer in support of their organisational objectives.
Modules include: Review of learning (10 credits); professional development (10 credits); practitioner inquiry (30 credits); negotiated work based learning projects (10 ' 60 credits). All MA/MSc courses must contain a major (60 credit) negotiated work based learning project module.
Course Additional Entry
Typically, applicants will have an undergraduate degree or similar, however experienced practitioners without formal qualifications may be considered. Applicants are encouraged to discuss course options with a member of the School of Health and Social Sciences Work Based Learning team.
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