The evolving landscape of Health and Social Care provision in the 21st century presents a constant challenge to those working in the field, demanding critical approaches to problem solving, an understanding of local and global contexts and an understanding of research and evidence informed practice.
This taught programme offers an exciting opportunity to critically assess policy and practice related to Health and Social Care. The programme examines relevant issues within the current political and social frameworks in national and international contexts.
Our flexible course builds on students’ existing knowledge and experience and encourages a collaborative and supported approach to study. It is taught by a dedicated team of academics and draws on the wider expertise and research knowledge of academics in the Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care
The academic and professional requirements for acceptance onto this programme will normally be met by one of the following:A minimum of second class undergraduate degree (or international equivalent) in a related discipline. Exceptionally students with a lower class qualification may be accepted provided they can evidence capability of being able to work to this level.A relevant post graduate diploma if entering stage 2 (dissertation phase)An undergraduate qualification at Level 6, unrelated to practice, accompanied by relevant experience of at least 2 years
Recipient: Manchester Metropolitan University
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