MSc Advanced Physiotherapy is an advanced programme of study for registered and qualified Physiotherapists.
Under this main programme of study, there are five specialist areas where our students can direct their focus and develop their professional practice: -Physiotherapy focus -Musculoskeletal Therapy focus -Neurological Therapy focus -Cardio-respiratory Therapy focus -Manual Therapy focus (provides eligibility for MACP membership)
However, no matter whether students choose to focus on one or many of the different specialist areas of focus above, you will graduate with an MSc Advanced Physiotherapy.
Each of these areas consists of core units which must be taken in order for you to achieve the academic standards required to successfully complete your programme and be eligible to be awarded an MSc degree by the University. In addition, there are a range of optional units which can be taken to improve your professional practice or develop specialist skills in a particular area.
Some of these units may be delivered by other Master’s programmes within the University. This not only widens the variety of units, which you can study but also offers the potential for multi-professional education and professional study.
Whilst there is freedom to choose a range of units, which interest the student and develop multi-professional practice, Advanced Physiotherapy units must form two thirds of your final credits in order to successfully graduate from the programme.
This is a flexible programme of study and can be delivered on a modular basis as a full or part time programme. All units of study provide academic credits, which are built up to offer exit routes at the following stages: -180 credits: MSc Advanced Physiotherapy -120 credits: PgDip Advanced Physiotherapy -60 credits: PgCert Advanced Physiotherapy
About the Course
The programme contains units in several clinical specialities including: physiotherapy; cardio-respiratory therapy; manual therapy; musculoskeletal therapy and neurological therapy. These units have been developed after consultation with students, other practitioners and service managers and are intended to equip the student/practitioner with the skills to develop their practice at a unit and organisational level.
Features and benefits of the course
-Full time students have up to 15 months to complete the course, taught units should be completed within 12 months. -Part time students must undertake a minimum of one unit per year -All students must take either the Dissertation or the Advanced Physiotherapy Project Unit. Students cannot take both. -The Manual Therapy focus provides eligibility for membership of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP). -Most modules can be taken as stand-alone units. By this we mean that they can be studied on their own merit providing evidence for your CPD portfolio or they can form part of the credits required to gain a master’s level qualification. -This programme is accredited by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy -Access to state of the art Clinical Skills laboratories and Simulation Suites -Students can focus on particular areas of specialist study, Musculoskeletal, Neurological Therapy, Cardio-respiratory, Physiotherapy or Manual Therapy
A physiotherapy UK honours degree (or international equivalent) or graduate diploma in physiotherapy – with evidence of approved and relevant post-qualification education is usual. Applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of proficiency in the English language. Normally the minimum level of proficiency for acceptance on to this programme is an IELTS average score of 6.5 or TOEFL minimum score of 575 (233 on the computer based test, 90 on ICT testing).
27 July 2017
Recipient: Manchester Metropolitan University
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