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This course will enable you to. Gain an advanced expertise in Counselling and Psychotherapy. Become a practitioner who is capable of working effectively with a wide range of clients, together with a range of psychological problems of varying degrees of severity. Read more
This course will enable you to:

• Gain an advanced expertise in Counselling and Psychotherapy
• Become a practitioner who is capable of working effectively with a wide range of clients, together with a range of psychological problems of varying degrees of severity
• Become a practitioner who is capable of making autonomous professional decisions in complex circumstances
• Become a practitioner who has a critical understanding of the theoretical knowledge which underpins practice and has the ability to critically appraise research evidence

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/advanced-counselling-and-psychotherapy-studies

Suitable For

You will be a practicing Counsellor and/or Psychotherapist, with professional membership. You will be motivated to study Counselling and Psychotherapy at an advanced level, and to deepen your knowledge and critical thinking skills. You may have aspirations to influence policy-making, commissioning and service delivery as well as to strengthen your own practice.

Course detail

This course will equip you with advanced knowledge relating to Counselling and Psychotherapy. The course has been structured to present you with opportunities to learn about different aspects of the lived experience and how these can be attended to therapeutically through brief and long-term interventions. The course will provide contexts to your work, from different perspectives that will enable you to consider more complex needs than is possible during initial Counselling and Psychotherapy training. Whatever your chosen focus of practice, each module will challenge you to extend your ability to critically inform the rationales for your work with clients at an advanced level.

Format

This award is aimed at meeting the needs of qualified counsellors who have already completed a professional training in counselling. Students select the combination of modules which is best geared to meeting their individual training needs, with the exception of the Research Methods Module which is necessary for completion of the PG Dip and progression to the MSc. A variety of teaching and learning strategies will be employed, particularly:

• Didactic lecturing
• Experiential workshops
• Experiential group work

Modules

• Counselling & Psychotherapy for Children & Young People
• Working psychotherapeutically with long-term needs
• Brief & Solution Focused Therapies
• Research Methods
• Dissertation

Assessment

Evaluation takes the form of formative and summative assessments. Formative assessments enable students to gauge their learning and development during the course of each module and to prepare them for summative assessment. Formative assessments vary from module to module and include peer and tutor review and feedback on development of written work both in class and electronically online. The learning is experientially driven and enquiry-led, with opportunities review of assimilation of knowledge, critical skills and conceptualisations. Formative assessment is conducted via a range of methods such as quizzes and tests, and face-to-face and online discussion groups.

Summative assessment strategies will include:

• Written essays addressing issues of theory and practice
• Portfolios addressing issues of theory and practice
• Presentations (including poster presentations) addressing issues of theory and practice
• Supervised research dissertation

Career Prospects

This post-qualifying course will enable you to conduct advanced studies into Counselling and Psychotherapy which, in turn, will enhance your career prospects. Study of counselling and psychotherapy at this level could lead you to posts such as Specialist or Senior Counsellor, Counselling Service Manager, as well as academic careers. Because the course focuses on a range of perspectives, this could support you in contributing to the field of health and social health in a range of ways and with higher level contextual awareness. Following successful completion of the course you may also consider studying for a PhD.

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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The course is aimed at professionals working with children and young people with mental health issues. The course has been developed by a multi-professional team to provide new insights into working with complex family mental health issues in the community. Read more
The course is aimed at professionals working with children and young people with mental health issues. The course has been developed by a multi-professional team to provide new insights into working with complex family mental health issues in the community. The perspectives of practitioners from health, social care and education is integrated into the delivery of both modules.

The first module provides you with the framework for assessment of children and young people and the factors which impact on their emotional health. During this module attachment, family dynamics, concepts of risk and resilience are examined in depth.

The second module presents the aetiology of mental disorders and their management and treatment. You build your knowledge and skills in diagnostic tools, cognitive behavioural therapy, motivational interviewing, solution focused therapy, family therapy, sensory assessment/integration and psychotherapy through role play and personal research.

All practitioners are required to demonstrate extended specialist knowledge in their chosen speciality when they are applying for career progression. Completing this course allows you to demonstrate your extended knowledge in caring for children, adolescents and families with mental health issues. This course enables you to contribute to the workforce transformation agenda as you apply these skills in your workplace.

For more information, see the website: https://www.shu.ac.uk/study-here/find-a-course/pgcert-child-adolescent-and-family-mental-health

Course structure

Distance learning - 1 year. Start date September.

Core modules
-Early intervention in child, adolescent and family mental health (30 credits)
-Enhancing practice in child, adolescent and family mental health (30 credits)
Modules can be undertaken as stand-alone, or as part of the PgCert and the credits awarded can then be transferred to further awards (PgDip, MSc Advanced Professional Practice) as appropriate.

Assessment: written assignments and production of health promotion resource.

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The MSc Practice Development and Innovation is the first course to offer the opportunity to learn in-depth about innovation through practice development approaches. Read more
The MSc Practice Development and Innovation is the first course to offer the opportunity to learn in-depth about innovation through practice development approaches. The release of the Francis Inquiry Report in February 2013 indicates the important role that universities play in helping to address issues of workplace culture, leadership competence, and patient safety. This requires programmes of learning that are facilitated in the workplace tackling everyday problems and issues, and finding solutions that make use of the best available evidence, resources and creative opportunities for innovation and solution focused thinking.

Visit the website: https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/study-here/courses/postgraduate/practice-development-and-innovation.aspx

Course detail

This part-time postgraduate course requires you to register for the MSc (consisting of 180 credits at level 7), with exit awards at Postgraduate Certificate and Postgraduate Diploma level.

Using creative approaches to active learning, the course aims to develop person-centred leaders and facilitators who can improve and sustain outcomes in person-centredness and effective care in the workplace to grow a critical mass of practitioners with practice development and innovation expertise.

The course will enable you to develop confidence, competence, knowledge and skills to become more effective within your organisation and to evaluate your impact as a practice developer or innovator within the workplace.

Core themes:
• Person-centredness
• Effective care
• Workplace culture
• Facilitation of learning
• Improvement and innovation
• Sustainability
• Work-based and workplace learning
• Growth, thriving and flourishing

Suitability

The MSc in Practice Development and Innovation, via work-based learning, is designed for health professionals with a background in a related field such as nursing, an allied health profession, social work or in management of education roles. You will normally be working in the field of health or social care relevant to your proposed study or have sufficient access to it to support your studies.

Content

Year 1 modules:
• Person-centred Practice: Outcomes and Evaluation
• Negotiated Work-based Learning Module
• Influencing Effective Workplace Culture
(Option to exit with PgCert)

Year 2 modules:
• Facilitation Theory for Practice
• Becoming a Facilitator in Practice
• Participatory Research: Principles and Methods
(Option to exit with PgDip)

Year 3 module:
• Final Practice Development and Innovation Project

Assessment

Your knowledge and skills will be informally assessed on an ongoing basis throughout the course through a range of methods and processes. You'll have opportunities to receive formative feedback on your work at multiple points during the course, through a variety of learning activities. We will also encourage you to make use of recognised outcome and impact frameworks to assess your effectiveness as a Practice Developer within your workplace or organisation.

Formal assessment will take place towards the end of each term. Assessment of knowledge and skills may include written essays/reports, reflective writing, case studies, presentations or reports. All assessments focus on your ability to progress and integrate theory and practice.

What can I do next?

This Masters programme prepares practitioners, managers and leaders, to become a more effective facilitator or leader of service improvements and innovations.

How to apply

For information on how to apply, please follow this link: https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/study-here/how-to-apply/how-to-apply.aspx

Funding

-Masters Loans-

From 2016/17 government loans of up to £10,000 are available for postgraduate Masters study. The loans will be paid directly to students by the Student Loans Company and will be subject to both personal and course eligibility criteria.

For more information available here: https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/study-here/funding-your-degree/funding-your-postgraduate-degree.aspx

-2017/18 Entry Financial Support-

Information on alternative funding sources is available here: https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/study-here/funding-your-degree/2017-18-entry-financial-support.aspx

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The way we support people with mental health difficulties is changing. A new agenda is emerging, focused firmly on recovery, enablement, reducing premature death, improving care and working in an integrated way to make a real difference to people’s lives. Read more
The way we support people with mental health difficulties is changing. A new agenda is emerging, focused firmly on recovery, enablement, reducing premature death, improving care and working in an integrated way to make a real difference to people’s lives. At the University of Hertfordshire, we’ve created our MSc Mental Health and Wellbeing as a direct response and a real opportunity to be part of the change.

Whether you’re working, or hoping to work, in mental health, general health, psychology, social care or education, this Master’s will help you develop the skills and strategies to improve care, develop professionally and accelerate your career. We also strongly encourage applications from service users, families and carers who would like to advance their understanding of mental health.

We’ve brought together acclaimed academics, front-line practitioners, carers and service users to create a course informed by real-life experiences and challenges. Throughout, it emphasises wellbeing, personalised care, enablement, safeguarding and strengths-based approaches, giving you the opportunity to address complex issues and make sound, research-informed decisions.

You’ll develop a systematic understanding of contemporary mental health knowledge, a critical awareness of emerging issues and the tools you need to champion transformational change. It’s a chance to demonstrate originality, initiative, leadership and self reflection, as well as a high level of personal and professional responsibility.

There’s also a real focus on working together across disciplines to provide better care. This MSc is part of our innovative programme of postgraduate wellbeing courses and has strong links to the three other strands: social practice, intellectual and developmental disabilities and children and young people’s health and wellbeing.

You’ll have the opportunity to learn alongside students on these other pathways, gaining insights into current thinking and practice. This encourages an interconnected, integrated approach to caring for people with mental health difficulties – something that’s now seen as pivotal to making positive change in these diverse, demanding and often debilitating conditions.

Course structure

Here at Hertfordshire, you can study for your MSc in Mental Health and Wellbeing part time, on a modular basis. This flexibility makes it a great choice if you’re fitting your studies around your career and other commitments.

Most of our students complete their MSc in two to six years, but there are opportunities to finish earlier, with alternative qualifications:
-Postgraduate Certificate in Wellbeing: 60 completed credits
-Postgraduate Diploma in Wellbeing: 120 completed credits
-MSc Mental Health and Wellbeing: 180 completed credits

Why choose this course?

-Be part of a positive step change in mental health care, support and treatment
-Accelerate your career, demonstrate your strengths and develop integrated, multidisciplinary working practices
-Build a critical awareness of current knowledge and emerging issues, informing your practice and opening up research opportunities
-Shape a highly respected Master’s degree around your own career interests and ambitions
-Learn part time, at a pace that suits you, with the full support of our academic team

Careers

On this relevant, results-focused Master’s, you’ll develop a strong understanding of modern mental health issues, the ability to critically analyse the current evidence base and the confidence to make well-informed decisions that improve people’s lives.
Your new knowledge and skills will make you a hugely valuable asset to any organisation involved in supporting people with mental health difficulties, opening up new opportunities across healthcare, social care and education.

If you’re already working in mental health, it’s an outstanding professional development opportunity and if you’re new to this field it’s a great introduction. You may also decide to continue your studies at PhD level, conducting new research into evolving mental health care challenges and responses.

Teaching methods

Our MSc in Mental Health and Wellbeing is run by a supportive, inspiring academic team here at the University of Hertfordshire. They’ve collaborated extensively with service users and carers to create an incredibly relevant, interesting course that addresses real-world needs.

You’ll learn through lectures, tutorials and masterclasses, as well as flipped classroom approaches, which see you preparing for each session online so your classroom experience can be more interactive and dynamic. We also run sessions in high-tech exemplar classrooms where you’ll be able to learn about integrated working through practical group exercises.

Every core module on the course includes independent study, as well as scheduled online learning, which you’ll do through our StudyNet learning portal. StudyNet’s a supportive online environment that lets you can access your course materials, contact your tutors, debate ideas on discussion boards and work with your peers whenever and wherever you like.

You’ll also be able to use our attractive, on-campus Learning Resources Centres 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They have extensive collections of recommended and related books, journals and digital resources, as well as around 1,200 computers and a team of expert advisors who can help you find what you need.

Structure

Modules
-Applied Health and Social Care Law
-Best Interests Assessor
-Concepts and Theories of Wellbeing
-Dissertation
-Educating the Dementia Workforce
-Integrated Working for Mental Health and Wellbeing
-Integrating Research with Professional Practice
-Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
-Leading Cultural Change in Dementia
-Psychopharmacology and Medicines Management
-Recovery Values and Practice for Mental Health and Wellbeing
-Safeguarding : Working with Risk and Opportunity
-Solution Focused Brief Therapy

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Engineering is a global industry with organisations operating in a multidisciplinary and international market place. Engineers often face situations that demand an understanding of social and cultural issues in parallel with the technical requirements of the project. Read more
Engineering is a global industry with organisations operating in a multidisciplinary and international market place. Engineers often face situations that demand an understanding of social and cultural issues in parallel with the technical requirements of the project.

WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?

Increasing access of people to basic services such as water, sanitation, shelter, energy, transport remains a significant global challenge. The use of innovative engineering and computing is essential to addressing these challenges, whilst ensuring environmental concerns and financial restrictions are adhered to. A further challenge for engineers can be meeting these needs in disaster prone or conflict affected areas.

The computing and engineering industries having highlighted the need for specialists who are not only technically competent but are also able to apply their skills to meet these complex and demanding issues. Global engineers need to be able to select the most appropriate solution for the local context, not just the ‘best’ technical solution.

They should be able to offer affordable solutions that are developed using available resources, manufacturing techniques and local knowledge.

This Masters programme will teach how a broad range of engineering and computing disciplines can be applied in conjunction with one another to reach appropriate, workable and affordable solutions to a variety of complex, diverse and human-centred challenges.

This MSc in Humanitarian Engineering and Computing is designed to meet the industry requirement of a globally aware engineer and computing specialist. It has been designed in partnership with both industry and charitable organisations to produce engineers who will have career prospects in large multinational global engineering organisations through to NGOs.

[[WHAT WILL I LEARN?]
The suite of modules in this MSc is unique to Coventry University, due to our broad expertise and extensive network of industrial and academic partners.

The taught content will be practically focused on areas such as; water and sanitation, energy, use of IT systems, logistics, health, materials, manufacturing, project management and more. The modules themselves will emphasise the appropriate use of these skills in situations such as disaster relief (pre, during and post), development work, UK based humanitarian projects and application in large multinational global engineering projects. There is a large practical element throughout the whole course combined with real life examples and case studies supplied by our network of experts. Industrial visits, hands on workshops and guest lecturers will enhance the learning experience.

This MSc in Humanitarian Engineering and Computing is designed to meet the industry requirement of a globally aware engineer and computing specialist. It has been designed in partnership with both industry and charitable organisations to produce engineers who will have career prospects in large multinational global engineering organisations through to NGOs.

The dissertation for this MSc will showcase how students can appropriately use the practical skills gained throughout the course of the year. Opportunities will be offered for projects with our overseas partners, projects based with our UK partners through to projects based in large global organisations.

HOW WILL THIS COURSE ENHANCE MY CAREER PROSPECTS?

Graduates of this MSc will have developed skills in many of the key generic employability required by all engineering positions such as communication, team working, and cultural awareness. In partnership with this, they will have had the opportunity to enhance and apply their practical skills to real life projects to appreciate the limits of engineering theories and standards. But the major benefit of this will be that graduates will be able to select the appropriate engineering solution for any engineering problem with a global understanding of the impact of the solution on the end users and surrounding local communities: truly Global Engineers.

GLOBAL LEADERS PROGRAMME

To prepare students for the challenges of the global employment market and to strengthen and develop their broader personal and professional skills Coventry University has developed a unique Global Leaders Programme.

The objectives of the programme, in which postgraduate and eligible undergraduate students can participate, is to provide practical career workshops and enable participants to experience different business cultures.

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Imaginative and expertly-designed human resource management (HRM) is seen by today's leaders as central to an organisation's success. Read more
Imaginative and expertly-designed human resource management (HRM) is seen by today's leaders as central to an organisation's success. HR practitioners are an integral part of that success, and as recognition of the distinctive contribution of human resource management grows, it is increasingly valued, both as a career in its own right and as a foundation for careers in other branches of management.

Whether you study the course full or part time, the Human Resource Management Masters is designed above all, to target the needs of practitioners, with education that is intellectually stretching, practically relevant and up to the minute. A particular feature is the very personal interest we take in your development. Using psychometric assessments, skills development workshops and a range of practical activities, we will profile your unique attributes, develop your strengths and offer extensive feedback on your progress throughout.

Key benefits

The MSc in Human Resource Management is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), which represents a worldwide community of more than 135,000 members. Student membership of the CIPD comes with the programme, and the University pays your membership fees for your year of study. Most tutors on the course are Chartered Members or Fellows of the Institute.

Course derail

Our intensive programme prepares you to contribute immediately in an entry level HR role, or (if you are already employed within the field) to take your career to a more senior level. Recent employers include Avon & Somerset Constabulary, British American Tobacco, Barclays Bank, Colgate Palmolive, Deloitte, KPMG, L'Oréal (Paris), the National Health Service, Nestlé, and Towers Watson plc. Local employers approach us directly to fill HR vacancies.

We arrange a ten-week placement for full-time students in a local organisation between May and July. Here, you'll investigate a live HR issue for the purpose of your dissertation research. This challenging project develops research, consultancy, influencing and practical problem-solving skills. Your workplace supervisor and research tutor will guide you towards a viable, creative and business-focused solution.

Modules

Compulsory modules:

• Managing People in Organisations
• Human Resource Management in a Strategic Context
• Human Resource Management
• Applied Human Resource Management and Business Skills
• Dissertation

Elective modules:

• Resourcing and Talent Management
• Performance Management
• Managing Reward
• Employment Law
• Employee Relations
• Management and Career Development
• International Standards and Employment Law

Format

We use a range of teaching methods on this course, with the aim of making the content as interactive, theoretically accessible, and practically focused as possible. You will learn through a combination of tutor-led and student-led activities, including small group work, group presentations and discussion, student-led seminars, case studies and role plays. Practical skills development is integral to the course and a number of skills workshops are included in the curriculum. The tutors come from a mix of academic and practitioner backgrounds.

Placements

If you choose to study with us full time, you will undertake a ten-week placement in a local organisation arranged by the University (or a six-week one if you are working towards the Postgraduate Diploma). During your placement, you will investigate a live organisational issue for the purpose of your dissertation or research project. This challenging project develops your research, consultancy, influencing and practical problem-solving skills. Your workplace supervisor and research tutor will guide you towards a viable, creative and business-like solution.

Assessment

A range of different forms of assessment are used throughout the course, including written assignments, tests, exams, reflective log, presentations and group exercises. Assessment of skills and competence also forms part of the overall assessment strategy.

Careers / Further study

Our intensive Masters equips you with the professional knowledge and skills you will need to make an immediate contribution in an HR role, or (if you are already employed within the field) to take your career to a more senior level.
Recent employers include Avon & Somerset Constabulary, British American Tobacco, Barclays Bank, Colgate Palmolive, Deloitte, KPMG, L'Oréal (Paris), the National Health Service, Nestlé, and Towers Watson plc.

How to apply

Information on applications can be found at the following link: http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/study/applyingtouwebristol/postgraduateapplications.aspx

Funding

- New Postgraduate Master's loans for 2016/17 academic year –

The government are introducing a master’s loan scheme, whereby master’s students under 60 can access a loan of up to £10,000 as a contribution towards the cost of their study. This is part of the government’s long-term commitment to enhance support for postgraduate study.

Scholarships and other sources of funding are also available.

More information can be found here: http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/students/feesandfunding/fundingandscholarships/postgraduatefunding.aspx

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This course will appeal to you if you wish to develop the versatility and depth of knowledge to deal with new and unusual challenges across a wide range of disciplines within engineering and beyond. Read more
This course will appeal to you if you wish to develop the versatility and depth of knowledge to deal with new and unusual challenges across a wide range of disciplines within engineering and beyond. The programme consists of five core modules including essential advanced level aspects of solid and fluid mechanics, precision engineering, modelling and simulation.

You can tailor the course to your interests through your individual project and by choosing three optional modules drawing in subjects such as biomechanics, heat transfer, renewable energy, energy storage technologies, mathematical and computational modelling, or further advanced fluid dynamics. Along the way you’ll develop skills in the understanding and modelling of a range of complex systems.

You’ll be based within a forward-thinking learning environment addressing industry focused research activities. Our activities include: automotive systems; biomedical engineering; solid and fluid mechanics; electrical and thermal energy systems, energy conversion and storage, and sustainable cities.

Recent graduates are now working in senior technical engineering, academic research, global consultancy, management positions, and roles in business, finance and accountancy.

Course structure

The MSc degree (totalling 180 credits) comprises:
-Eight taught modules (15 credits each)
-A research project (60 credits)

The five core modules of the course focus on essential advanced level aspects of solid and fluid mechanics, precision engineering, modelling and simulation. These topics develop skills in understanding and modelling a range of complex systems, developing the theories of interaction and representing these with mathematical formulae. Solution of these models is covered through analytical solution, writing computer code and using proprietary (industry standard) software. These skills are useful in all areas of mechanical engineering and are associated with the application of computers in engineering practice.

Three optional modules allow a focused study of topics directed towards the students’ own interests and provide students with a knowledge and understanding of the ‘state-of-the-art’ in one or more of the many areas of mechanical engineering in which the School has acknowledged expertise. The optional modules are run in subject areas for which Warwick has a very strong research background and are led by academics who are experts in the field.

Projects can be chosen in any available subject area. The project allows students to specialise further in their chosen field of interest, gaining substantial expertise in one particular area. Although the School offers a broad range of project topics, the individual project is usually associated with current research activity or industrial consultancy. Students therefore benefit from working at the cutting edge of their chosen field, doing work that is of direct relevance to society or industry.

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This unique degree programme explores how the law responds to, regulates and promotes new and emerging technologies. The programme promotes advanced knowledge and understanding of the relationship between law, technology, commerce and society in the widest possible sense. Read more

Programme description

This unique degree programme explores how the law responds to, regulates and promotes new and emerging technologies.

The programme promotes advanced knowledge and understanding of the relationship between law, technology, commerce and society in the widest possible sense.

This unique and internationally focused LLM programme explores how the law responds to, regulates, and promotes new and emerging technologies.

Innovative technologies and convergence in technologies are causing unprecedented societal change. New legal issues are arising, and new regulatory responses emerging. The law can help – or hinder – society’s ability to reap the optimal rewards from technological development.

Across the programme, you will study different modes of regulation – the law, the markets, the technology itself – and critically analyse the advantages and disadvantages of each. The potential of technology to support legal and judicial processes is also examined.

This LLM will enable you to develop an advanced knowledge of domains where law engages with technology, awareness of the problems in the area and understanding of the differing approaches to their solution.

Online learning

Our distance learning programmes are delivered through eSCRIPT, our flexible online learning environment.

Through eSCRIPT you will access learning materials and interact with your tutor and fellow students. eSCRIPT is accessible through the internet from any computer. A fast connection is an advantage, but you do not need any special equipment, applications or plug-ins to use it.

We aim to provide challenging, research-led teaching with students benefiting from the expertise of a multidisciplinary team of tutors and the results of innovative cross-cutting research of the highest quality.

Programme structure

You must complete a total of six courses (120 credits), four of which must be from the compulsory courses listed below. You also complete a dissertation (60 credits) over your chosen period of study.

Core courses:

Communications Law
Electronic Commerce Law
Forensic Computing and Electronic Evidence
Information: Control and Power
Law of Robotics
Information Technology Law
Intellectual Property Law – Copyright and Related Rights
Intellectual Property Law – Industrial Property
International Intellectual Property Law
International and European Media Law
Legal Aspects of Managing Intellectual Property
Law and Medical Ethics – Fundamental Issues in Consent and Negligence
Law and Medical Ethics – Start and End of Life Issues
International Public Health Law and Security
Biotechnology, Law and Society
European Health Care Law

Learning outcomes

By the end of your studies you should have acquired a high level of knowledge in the field of law and technology, a sophisticated awareness of the problems in the area and of the differing approaches to their solution.

Career opportunities

Graduates of our online distance learning programmes progress to a range of careers in Law and related legal fields, including work in local and international firms, government legal departments, other public institutions, international organisations and in academia.

The programmes are also an ideal platform for advanced research.

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OVERVIEW

Engineering is a global industry with organisations operating in a multidisciplinary and international market place. Engineers often face situations that demand an understanding of social and cultural issues in parallel with the technical requirements of the project.

WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?

Increasing access of people to basic services such as water, sanitation, shelter, energy, transport remains a significant global challenge. The use of innovative engineering and computing is essential to addressing these challenges, whilst ensuring environmental concerns and financial restrictions are adhered to. A further challenge for engineers can be meeting these needs in disaster prone or conflict affected areas.

The computing and engineering industries having highlighted the need for specialists who are not only technically competent but are also able to apply their skills to meet these complex and demanding issues. Global engineers need to be able to select the most appropriate solution for the local context, not just the ‘best’ technical solution.

They should be able to offer affordable solutions that are developed using available resources, manufacturing techniques and local knowledge.

This Masters programme will teach how a broad range of engineering and computing disciplines can be applied in conjunction with one another to reach appropriate, workable and affordable solutions to a variety of complex, diverse and human-centred challenges.

This MSc in Humanitarian Engineering and Computing is designed to meet the industry requirement of a globally aware engineer and computing specialist. It has been designed in partnership with both industry and charitable organisations to produce engineers who will have career prospects in large multinational global engineering organisations through to NGOs.

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

The suite of modules in this MSc is unique to Coventry University, due to our broad expertise and extensive network of industrial and academic partners.

The initial course design has been influenced by our Royal Academy of Engineering funded Advisory Board the membership of which includes; practicing humanitarian professionals, key international engineering companies, policy makers and CEOs of leading Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in this area, such as Engineers Against Poverty and RedR. The course content has been developed by industry professionals to address the skills they want in their employees. Students can expect to work with experts from industry throughout the course.

The taught content will be practically focused on areas such as; water and sanitation, energy, use of IT systems, logistics, health, materials, manufacturing, project management and more. The modules themselves will emphasise the appropriate use of these skills in situations such as disaster relief (pre, during and post), development work, UK based humanitarian projects and application in large multinational global engineering projects. There is a large practical element throughout the whole course combined with real life examples and case studies supplied by our network of experts. Industrial visits, hands on workshops and guest lecturers will enhance the learning experience.

This MSc in Humanitarian Engineering and Computing is designed to meet the industry requirement of a globally aware engineer and computing specialist. It has been designed in partnership with both industry and charitable organisations to produce engineers who will have career prospects in large multinational global engineering organisations through to NGOs.

The dissertation for this MSc will showcase how students can appropriately use the practical skills gained throughout the course of the year. Opportunities will be offered for projects with our overseas partners, projects based with our UK partners through to projects based in large global organisations.

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Are you looking to start your own business or seeking to develop your entrepreneurial capacities? If so, our MSc in Innovation and Applied Entrepreneurship is the ideal postgraduate course. Read more
Are you looking to start your own business or seeking to develop your entrepreneurial capacities? If so, our MSc in Innovation and Applied Entrepreneurship is the ideal postgraduate course.

Whether you are working on your own business start-up idea, or would like to form part of a team looking for a creative solution to a social or business problem, this unique Masters-level programme covers all the skills and capabilities you need to develop yourself as a successful entrepreneur.

Course detail

The course equips you with all the theories, ideas and concepts you need to be aware of from an entrepreneurial perspective. But more importantly, it also gives you the opportunity to go out and use those ideas by working on a wide range of business projects.

The course has been structured to move away from the classroom-style of teaching to create an environment that's most conducive to developing an entrepreneurial mindset. You'll spend a lot of time working in multi-disciplinary teams where you can learn from one another, as well as from your tutors and external business experts and build strong networks for the future.

You will leave the course well equipped as a collaborative entrepreneur, with the skills, networks and confidence you need to make an outstanding contribution, whether in your own start-up business or an established organisation.

Structure

The Postgraduate Certificate is made up of the following two modules:

• Business Basics for Entrepreneurs
• Innovation and High Performing Teams

The Postgraduate Diploma is made up of the above modules, plus the following two modules:

• Developing Entrepreneurial Capacities
• Leadership and Managing People

For the Masters phase, as well as the four modules above, the choice is between completing a dissertation or a business development plan:

• Research Methods (15 credits) and Dissertation (45 credits)
• Business Development Plan (60 credits)

Format

The course is team based and uses a 'learning by doing' approach. In training sessions, you will be supported by an experienced team coach. As well as undertaking projects based on 'wicked problems' (complex issues requiring input from different perspectives and backgrounds), you will have opportunities to bring your own startup ideas and benefit from the input of other team members.

Masterclasses are highly interactive and are led by academic and industry experts, whilst online delivery of some modules allows you to engage with individual study units as and when they are most relevant to you.

Group working is a key element and you will have plenty of opportunity to practise and develop your team working capabilities. The opportunities to share learning across multi-disciplinary teams will also help you to learn more, and at a faster rate.

Assessment

The assessment on this course is designed to demonstrate that you can apply theory to practice effectively and to develop skills that will be useful in your future career. There are no written exams. Course work assessments include verbal presentations, book reviews, reports, marketing/business plans, project logs and reflective essays.

Careers / Further study

The MSc in Innovation and Applied Entrepreneurship at Bristol Business School will equip you with the entrepreneurial capacities necessary to start your own business or to thrive in a management position in a complex, fast-moving environment.

If you are looking to develop your own business idea, the course offers the ideal environment in which to explore and progress your plans. The Masters is also suited to those looking to take their entrepreneurial know-how into a larger organisation. The skills we develop on the course such as being solution-focused, forward thinking and a flexible communicator are increasingly sought after by employers across all sectors.

How to apply

Information on applications can be found at the following link: http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/study/applyingtouwebristol/postgraduateapplications.aspx

Funding

- New Postgraduate Master's loans for 2016/17 academic year –

The government are introducing a master’s loan scheme, whereby master’s students under 60 can access a loan of up to £10,000 as a contribution towards the cost of their study. This is part of the government’s long-term commitment to enhance support for postgraduate study.

Scholarships and other sources of funding are also available.

More information can be found here: http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/students/feesandfunding/fundingandscholarships/postgraduatefunding.aspx

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When you study with us on this course, you will focus on the provision of healthcare and social care to individuals, groups and communities within specialist community services. Read more
When you study with us on this course, you will focus on the provision of healthcare and social care to individuals, groups and communities within specialist community services.

The focus is on developing your competence, confidence and expertise in assessing the needs of your clients, and working in partnership with them to make informed, holistic health choices.

The ultimate aim is for you to mature into someone with the skills, knowledge and understanding to function as a valuable member of the community, and become a reflective, evidence-based and innovative practitioner as you deliver a client-centred programme of care.

Intermediate qualifications available:

• Postgraduate diploma – 120 credits at Masters level https://www.beds.ac.uk/howtoapply/courses/postgraduate/next-year/specialist-community-public-health-nursing-health-visiting2

Why choose this course?

• Study issues of direct relevance to your personal and professional development and achievement of status as a Health Visitor, and increase your prospects of fulfilling employment
• Explore the latest research and practice, and develop a range of public health nursing skills that are pertinent to health visiting
• Develop your sensitivity and understanding in relation to cultural and religious values, beliefs, abilities and the needs of individuals, groups and populations
• Gain an understanding of the evidence on which care interventions are based in order to promote, evaluate and design interventions, and critically develop effective questioning techniques to enhance your communication skills
• Benefit from student-focused, self-directed and guided learning that uses a variety of teaching methods including e-learning, work and problem based learning, simulation, role play and student-led seminars.

Visit the website: https://www.beds.ac.uk/howtoapply/courses/postgraduate/next-year/specialist-community-public-health-nursing-health-visiting

Course detail

This course offers the opportunity to study for a combined Master of Science / Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visitor) qualification. Success in the Master of Science in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting) or in the intermediate qualification of Postgraduate Diploma in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting) will provide the professional qualification and eligibility to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council as a Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (Health Visiting).

Emphasis throughout the course is placed on your continuing personal and professional development with the aim of improving your employability prospects. You will focus on issues of direct relevance to the achievement of Specialist Community Public Health Nursing status as a Health Visitor whilst pursuing a postgraduate course of study in a supportive learning environment.

Opportunities exist for conference attendance and presentations. The course adopts a studentfocused approach underpinned by self-directed and guided learning. A variety of teaching methods are used to create a stimulating learning environment including e-learning, work-based learning, simulation and solution-focussed learning

Modules

• Assessment And Interventions In Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting) (CEL030-6) Compulsory
• Public Health: Principles, Policies And Practice In Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (CEL037-6) Compulsory
• Service Improvement Project In Health Visiting (CEL014-6) Compulsory
• Specialist Community Public Health Practice (Health Visiting) (CEL033-6) Compulsory
• Transforming Healthcare Through Effective Leadership (CEL016-6) Compulsory

Assessment

The course assessment strategy is closely aligned to the teaching and learning strategy which is designed to have: immediate professional relevance; draw on expertise-by-experience; foster active learning and be leaner-centred in approach. A distinct feature of the course is the range of assessment tasks, including those that allow you to undertake workplace relevant assessments that can have an immediate impact in practice. Examples include: written assignments ranging from reflective pieces to academic essays culminating in a service improvement project, assessed practice within your placements; and a portfolio of evidence of learning in practice and a profile of the health needs of your local practice area. The course assessments also include a timed, invigilated exam as this is an NMC requirement

Assessment tasks are designed so that you can tailor them to professional interests, experience and development needs. They are also designed so that you can rehearse ways of thinking and acting that are professionally relevant.

There are specific professional requirements for passing some of the units in the course. These requirements are stated on the relevant unit information forms (UIFs).

Careers

During the course you will acquire a range of professional and transferrable skills which are intended to prepare you for working as a health visitor. The course provides a student- focused process for integrating personal, academic and career development. You are encouraged to undertake self-assessment to identify your strengths, interests and development needs in relation to your learning needs. Through negotiation with your personal academic tutor you will be enabled to identify your areas of interest and the areas in which you feel you need to develop. Towards the end of your studies you will be actively supported and advised regarding potential career development. You will carry out a service improvement project in your workplace which will both consolidate your knowledge and further enhance your career opportunities.

Funding

For information on available funding, please follow the link: https://www.beds.ac.uk/howtoapply/money/scholarships/pg

How to apply

For information on how to apply, please follow the link: https://www.beds.ac.uk/howtoapply/course/applicationform

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See the department website - http://www.rit.edu/kgcoe/program/manufacturing-leadership. The master of science degree in manufacturing leadership is designed for experienced professionals moving to mid- and senior-level positions in manufacturing and service organizations. Read more
See the department website - http://www.rit.edu/kgcoe/program/manufacturing-leadership

The master of science degree in manufacturing leadership is designed for experienced professionals moving to mid- and senior-level positions in manufacturing and service organizations. The program integrates business and engineering courses, delivering them in an online format where students continue to work while taking classes. The program can also be taken on a full-time basis, with several courses available on-campus.

Manufacturing leadership is a highly focused program developed jointly by the Kate Gleason College of Engineering and Saunders College of Business. Particular emphasis is placed on supply chain management, global manufacturing and operations, lean thinking, leadership, and decision making. A capstone project, oriented to the solution of a manufacturing or service management problem or process improvement initiative, enables students to apply new skills and capabilities to the solution of a pressing real-world problem, with significant financial benefit to sponsors.

Additional information

- Prerequisite knowledge

Admitted students must possess knowledge and skills at the introductory course level in probability and statistics, engineering economy or basic accounting. Areas that need strengthening may be addressed by guided reading, independent study, or formal course work.

- Format

Students may start the program during any semester and complete the course work at their own pace. Classes are available online but several courses may be taken on-campus for local or full-time students.

Students may take up to three courses on a nonmatriculated basis. Credits earned while enrolled as a nonmatriculated student may be applied to the degree program following formal admission.

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The Master's in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability (MSLS) Programme is a 10-month transformational masters programme in Karlskrona, Sweden that focuses on advancing students knowledge, skills, and global networks, in order to build their capacity to be a strategic leader in the co-creation of thriving, sustainable societies. Read more
The Master's in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability (MSLS) Programme is a 10-month transformational masters programme in Karlskrona, Sweden that focuses on advancing students knowledge, skills, and global networks, in order to build their capacity to be a strategic leader in the co-creation of thriving, sustainable societies.

THE CHALLENGE

Global society's current path is unsustainable. At the same time, exciting possibilities for new ways forward are emerging - ways that bring human activity into harmony with the greater social and ecological systems that support us, while building better lives for all. How do we change course, to create this better future?

THE SOLUTION

We become the leaders and change agents the world needs. We learn to understand our complex world better and to collaborate more strategically and systemically across borders, sectors and disciplines. We transform the ways we think, plan, make, act and lead, in order to ‘co-create’ a vibrant, sustainable future.

OUR INVITATION TO YOU

Join us in a stimulating, multicultural and multidisciplinary setting to earn your Master's in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability (MSLS). Strengthen and develop your personal and professional leadership capacities to navigate the complex sustainability challenge:

• Learn about science- and experience-based methodologies for leading the transition towards sustainability.

• Together with a highly diverse group of peers, practise your skills at effectively combining and using these collaborative, solutions-focused methodologies.

• Be welcomed into a supportive, global community of strategic leaders and change agents working across a broad variety of sectors.

The MSLS curriculum revolves around two integrated core themes

• Strategic Sustainable Development (SSD)
• Leading in Complexity (LiC)

Over the course of 10 months, students move through a spiral learning process focused on developing both theoretical understanding and practical experience of using SSD and LiC methodologies to enable and engage individuals, organizations, and institutions to take tangible steps towards sustainability.

WANT TO KNOW MORE?

Visit http://www.msls.se to explore:

• Our Learning Environment & Program
• MSLS Student Life
• The Impact our alumni have in the world
• How to apply

Watch our Video:

https://vimeo.com/189429422

WHAT OUR ALUMNI SAY ABOUT MSLS:

“The complex challenges of our time demand us to learn, reflect and come out of our silos to find common solutions together. Through on-the-ground experience, MSLS allows you to immediately apply the leadership approaches and strategic framework you learn, to work through complex issues.”

Sophia Horwitz / Canada / MSLS 2010 / Co-Director and Social Innovation Facilitator at Co*Lab

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“The understanding I gained from the MSLS programme on sustainability, leading profound change, and working in diverse groups of people has been extremely valuable professionally. I can't imagine working in the sustainability field without having had the experience.”

Michelle Dyer / USA / MSLS 2006 / Director, Joint Venture TSA Program Management, American Express Global Business Travel; Founding Member, American Express Sustainability Task Force.

Hear and explore more impact stories at:

http://www.msls.se/impact

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Healthcare across the world faces major challenges from the increasing demands of ageing populations and the rise in non-communicable diseases. Read more
Healthcare across the world faces major challenges from the increasing demands of ageing populations and the rise in non-communicable diseases. Strong and effective primary care (also known as family medicine or community medicine) is a major part of the solution. This MSc in Primary Care will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to make a difference to primary healthcare in the 21st century.

Why this programme

-A unique programme to enable students to identify and implement strategies to enhance quality in primary care globally.
-Taught by outstanding, high profile primary care researchers and practitioners in the UK, you can follow a flexible curriculum - studying full-time or part-time, and work towards the full MSc degree or a postgraduate diploma or certificate.
-Internationally renowned guest speakers feature alongside University of Glasgow staff.
-Research interests are focussed on health inequalities, multimorbidity, chronic disease, treatment burden and migrant health, which are reflected in our teaching.
-Research project opportunities in novel and relevant areas of research for primary care, under the supervision of an academic.
-Students come from a wide range of primary care, family, community, and internal medicine disciplines, including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, podiatrists, managers and those working in healthcare and health policy.
-It is delivered within the Institute of Health and Wellbeing, one of the foremost research institutes in the UK focused on improving population health and wellbeing and reducing inequalities in health.
-The online programme has the potential to attract students from across the globe. Our on-campus course has attracted successful students from the UK and a wide range of other countries including Indonesia, Belarus, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Japan, Pakistan and Oman.

Programme structure

This online MSc programme is modular in structure, with all teaching and interactions delivered online through our virtual learning environment (Moodle). During a course, from week to week you will interact with your teachers and fellow students using online discussion boards. Your teachers will direct and observe the discussion, and respond to student questions about the course content. A variety of teaching approaches will be used including lectures, group based activities, presentations and discussions.
-Three compulsory courses
-Three optional courses
-Research project.

The taught courses are delivered in 11-week blocks, running from September to November, January to March, and April to June. The research project runs across the academic year. Full-time students will complete the majority of their research project work when they have completed their taught components.

The selection of optional courses and the research project can be tailored to meet students’ own interests and career needs.

The postgraduate diploma and certificate require six (120 credits) and three (60 credits) successfully completed courses, respectively.

Core and optional courses

Core courses
-International Primary care principles and systems
-Epidemiology, evidence and statistics for primary care
-Research methods

Optional courses - Having the freedom to choose three optional courses gives you the opportunity to tailor your programme of study to your own special interests. Further optional courses are planned for 2017/18.
-Understanding Evidence for the Real World: Critical Appraisal for Healthcare
-Cardiovascular Disease Management in Primary Care
-Management of Long-term Conditions

Studying online

Online distance learning at the University of Glasgow allows you to benefit from the outstanding educational experience that we are renowned for -without having to relocate to our campus.
You do not need to have experience of studying online as you will be guided through how to access and use all of our online resources.

Virtual learning
You will connect with your fellow students and tutors through our virtual learning environment where you will have access to a multitude of learning resources including:
-Recorded lectures
-Live seminars
-Videos
-Interactive quizzes
-Journal articles
-Electronic books and other web resources

A global community
As an online student at the University you will become part of a global community of learners. Community building and collaborative learning is a key focus of our online delivery and you will be encouraged and supported to interact with your fellow classmates and tutors in a number of ways. For example, through the discussions areas on our virtual learning environment, by skype, during live seminars and in our virtual campus on Second Life.

Supported
Great emphasis is placed on making sure you feel well supported in your learning and that you have good interactions with everyone on the programme. Support is available in a number of ways and you will find out more about this during orientation. All you need to participate in our online programmes is a computer and internet access.

Career prospects

Graduates will have the capacity to take a lead role in primary care and family medicine development, whether in Scotland, the UK or internationally. Post-award opportunities include further study, leadership roles in primary care teams, secondment to positions within government, teaching positions, and sitting on editorial boards of academic journals.

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Programme description. This unique degree programme explores how the law responds to, regulates and promotes new and emerging technologies. Read more

Programme description

This unique degree programme explores how the law responds to, regulates and promotes new and emerging technologies.

The programme promotes advanced knowledge and understanding of the relationship between law, technology, commerce and society in the widest possible sense.

This unique and internationally focused LLM programme explores how the law responds to, regulates, and promotes new and emerging technologies.

Innovative technologies and convergence in technologies are causing unprecedented societal change. New legal issues are arising, and new regulatory responses emerging. The law can help – or hinder – society’s ability to reap the optimal rewards from technological development.

Across the programme, you will study different modes of regulation – the law, the markets, the technology itself – and critically analyse the advantages and disadvantages of each. The potential of technology to support legal and judicial processes is also examined.

This LLM will enable you to develop an advanced knowledge of domains where law engages with technology, awareness of the problems in the area and understanding of the differing approaches to their solution.

Online learning

Our distance learning courses are delivered through eSCRIPT, our flexible online learning environment.

Through eSCRIPT you will access learning materials and interact with your tutor and fellow students. eSCRIPT is accessible through the internet from any computer. A fast connection is an advantage, but you do not need any special equipment, applications or plug-ins to use it.

We aim to provide challenging, research-led teaching with students benefiting from the expertise of a multidisciplinary team of tutors and the results of innovative cross-cutting research of the highest quality

Programme structure

You must complete a total of six courses (120 credit points), four of which must be core IT law courses, and complete a dissertation (60 credit points) over your chosen period of study.

Core courses:

Communications Law

Electronic Commerce Law

Forensic Computing: Electronic Evidence

Information: Control and Power

Information Technology Law

Law of Robotics

International and European Media Law

Learning outcomes

By the end of your studies you should emerge with an understanding of information technology law not just in its legal but also its social, ethical, cultural and commercial contexts.

Career opportunities

Graduates of our online distance learning programmes progress to a range of careers in Law and related legal fields, including work in local and international firms, government legal departments, other public institutions, international organisations and in academia.

The programmes are also an ideal platform for advanced research.



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