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  Mental Health (Youth/Interdisciplinary) - MSc


University of Birmingham    School of Psychology

Full time & Part time See Course MSc 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time
Nursing & Health (27) Psychology (31) Social Work (32)

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The MSc in Mental Health (Youth/Interdisciplinary) is a unique and interdisciplinary programme that focuses on youth mental health. It integrates the latest research and policy into teaching and practice. With a strong emphasis on youth mental health, this programme brings together various disciplines such as psychology, sociology, social policy, medicine, philosophy, and education. To be eligible, you should have a minimum 2:1 in a relevant discipline, such as psychology or sociology, and practical experience in working with young people or in mental health settings. This programme offers core modules in mental health principles, youth mental health, research methods, and a research dissertation. It also provides optional modules and the opportunity to undertake a research project with world-leading experts in the field. Graduates will have excellent research skills and be well-prepared for careers in research or further study.

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Our interdisciplinary Mental Health MSc focuses on Youth Mental Health, integrating the latest research and policy into teaching and practice.

Our MSc in Mental Health, with a strong focus on Youth Mental Health, is a unique qualification, bringing together a number of disciplines ranging from psychology, sociology and social policy to medicine, philosophy and education. We are welcoming applications for MSc, PGCert and PGDip in Mental Health.

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Entry Requirements

2:1 minimum in first degree in relevant discipline (examples include Psychology; Sociology; Social Policy; Medicine; Philosophy; Education)

We will also take into account practical experience of working with young people or in mental health settings.


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