The MSc Advanced Practice in Health and Social Care is an innovative, flexible, , inter-professional programme designed for the modern health and social care workforce. This programme enables the professional to advance their management and leadership skills, develop their understanding of research and evaluation and progress clinical and teaching skills.
This is a flexible programme that allows students to plan their own unique pathway of CPD, offering multi- professional learning as well as discipline specific modules. There is an emphasis on practice and service improvement, in addition to enhancing professional and personal development.
"The teaching on this course is excellent. Each unit successfully combines theory and knowledge with a focus on real world professional practice" Frank Denning, final year student
There are core modules related to research and evaluation skills and project planning, delivered by an experienced and supportive team of academics. All other credits can be gained by completing modules from a range of CPD units delivered throughout the Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care at Manchester Met. Formal recognition for academic credits, at Level 7, achieved through previous study, may be considered through the Manchester Metropolitan University accreditation of prior learning system.
Features and benefits of the course
-Flexible modular programme -Based in the award winning Brooks building -Access to state of the art facilities and equipment to enhance learning -Research active staff working across areas of healthcare, nursing, physiotherapy, -NHS employees who are based in the North West may be funded by Health Education North West
MSc Advanced Practice in Health and Social Care is a modular programme, the method of assessment will depend on the combination of units selected and be relative to the application of the unit to practice.