This part time MSc course is suitable for all healthcare professionals. The main learning environment is the student's own professional practice and attendance requirements are consequently minimal.
You are learning all the time as a professional and this MSc allows you to use this learning, no matter if you are a chiropractor, physiotherapist, osteopath, medical or another healthcare practitioner. As a practitioner, you will have areas that interest you, and in which you would like to learn more. No matter what these are, the course will allow you to identify your own objectives, learn according to your own needs and in doing so, enhance your knowledge and skills, and most importantly, improve your own professional practice.
Right from the start this MSc will get you thinking about what you do, and how you can improve! This isn’t just an academic qualification; it will change your practice.
•You attend CPD courses and seminars but you could also use these towards your MSc.
•Learn the skills necessary to be an evidence-based practitioner using our extensive library facilities and electronic journal resources.
•If you have any post-qualifying qualifications, or extensive professional experience, you may be able to use these to gain exemption from some parts of the course, making your study time shorter and less expensive!
Apply for MSc APP Clinical Science by 31st July 2018 for October 2018 start.
Master in Chiropractic - MChiro (Hons)
One of the foundations of our success has been the excellence of our 4-5-year chiropractic course, praised for teaching excellence, hands on learning, world class academic staff.
To qualify as a chiropractor, new students are required to complete successfully the full-time four - five year Master of Chiropractic degree. Placement opportunities are provided throughout your study, and in your final year you can expect to spend around 20 hours on patient management within the purpose built teaching clinic. Come along to an open day to find out more, download a prospectus and visit AECC University College website to gain more insights on this course and how you can apply to study with us.