The [taught] route is one of the most flexible on our continuing professional development programme offering a diverse portfolio of modules. Optional modules include: clinical communications, community, critical, counselling, disability studies and forensic routes, as well as core research modules of :
personal and professional development, preparing for academic practice, quantitative research methods, qualitative research methods, dissertation. This route is most suited to those wishing to undertake higher level general studies in Psychology, or for those who want to develop their professional understanding and skills in specific areas of Psychology. It is also possible to design a specialised programme that is not available via one of the main routes.
The[ research] route is most suitable for those who wish to undertake a higher research degree, but do not yet wish to commit to an MPhil or PhD. It enables students to undertake a substantial dissertation in any area of Psychology, supported by taught units – usually in research methods and/or a specialist subject. Students opting for both routes benefit from an ongoing research environment, as well as access to the activities of the Research Institute for Health and Social Change (RIHSC). Academic supervisors are research active and contribute to RIHSC.
[Special Features] Modular programme. Choice of electives. Affiliation with the Research Institute of Health and Social Change (RIHSC) Students opting for both routes benefit from an outgoing research environment, as well as access to the activities of the Research Institute of Health and Social Change (RIHSC). Academic supervisors are research active and contribute to RIHSC.
You will normally have a Min 2:2 UK Honours Degree, postgraduate diploma or degree-equivalent professional qualification. You will also hold a GCSE or equivalent in English language. Prior learning and experience may count for advanced standing.
Recipient: Manchester Metropolitan University
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