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Want to gain an understanding of how the human mind influences behaviour? Keen to explore how low intensity cognitive therapy can be used to treat anxiety and depression? Solent University’s mental health and psychological wellbeing integrated master’s programme will develop your clinical skills, in addition to giving you a masters-level qualification, and leave you well-prepared for a career in the fields of mental health.
Mental health issues are increasingly being understood and recognised, and there is a real demand for skilled professionals who understand these issues and can work with people to improve their emotional wellbeing and quality of life.
This course provides students with a solid grounding in psychology before specialising in mental health. Students gain practical insights
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128 UCAS points from:
A-levels or a BTEC Extended Diploma at DDM or equivalent.
Including Grade C in A/AS-level psychology, if taken and Grade 4 in GCSE English and mathematics (previously grade C).
Transfer from the BSc to the MSci course requires an average mark of at least 55 over year 2 (L5) of the BSc course.
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