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University of Nottingham, Full Time MA Degrees in Nursing & Health

We have 2 University of Nottingham, Full Time MA Degrees in Nursing & Health

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Our MA Research Methods (Health Pathway) will equip students with the in-depth skills required to carry out research in healthcare. Read more
Our MA Research Methods (Health Pathway) will equip students with the in-depth skills required to carry out research in healthcare. The emphasis throughout is upon linking theoretical and methodological understandings with practical experience of research design and implementation.

Working in a highly stimulating environment, students will learn a variety of methodological approaches and research techniques and develop their ability to critique evidence required for making informed policy decision and clinical recommendations.

It will be of particular interest to those working within healthcare, will prepare students for doctoral-level studies (eg. PhD); which in turn will open up research career opportunities in the health service or academia, leading to future clinical academic or advanced clinical leadership roles.

The MA Research Methods (Health Pathway) is part of The University of Nottingham's Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Doctoral Training Centre (DTC), established as part of the new Postgraduate Training Framework introduced by the ESRC, which created 21 DTCs across the UK. Nottingham is one of just 12 DTCs which has gained recognition in its own right, rather than as part of a consortium. The Nottingham DTC will therefore play a key role in a national network, training the next generation of researchers.

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Due to the continued success and high demand for places on this course, we are no longer able to accept applications for 2015. You are encouraged to apply early to start the course in September 2016. Read more
Due to the continued success and high demand for places on this course, we are no longer able to accept applications for 2015. You are encouraged to apply early to start the course in September 2016.

Join a diverse and professional community that has a person-centred experiential approach at the very heart of what we do. We are a team with a unique blend of practice and academic backgrounds and experience.

We specialise in Counselling for Children and Young People and Adults Across the LifeSpan. Our new exciting programme is flexible and covers all areas of practice. The programme prepares you for work as a practitioner in the field of counselling and psychotherapy.

The course is available to study two years full-time and four years part-time.

Why choose our MA?

On our programme you will:

engage creatively with issues in contemporary society
choose between two specialisms, Counselling for Adults across the Lifespan (AAL) and Counselling for Children and Young People (CYP)
belong to a vibrant counselling and psychotherapy community
study in a world class university with an award winning sustainable environment
You will benefit from:

a forty year tradition of counselling training at the University of Nottingham
leading scholars and practitioners in the field of counsellor training
developing within a growth oriented experiential learning environment
access to superb learning resources and leading research
On completion of the course you:

will leave with an internationally recognised counselling qualification
may become a leader in the field of counselling working in education, schools, health, community, private and public sectors
will meet requirements to become a counsellor with accreditation
will be prepared for doctoral studies in counselling and psychotherapy

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