Our post-reg Occupational Therapy and Education MSc enables qualified occupational therapists to build on their skills and knowledge, advance their professional practice, and earn a further professional and academic qualification.
The course has been developed in recognition that there are occupational therapists who find an increasing part of their clinical role devoted to the teaching of students, members of the public and other health care professionals.
Through the course you will develop your clinical and communication skills, and broaden your knowledge of the occupational therapy specialty while earning a formal qualification in education.
Our postgraduate programmes are taught by a wide variety of methods - small active learning groups, seminars, action learning sets, problem-based learning, lectures, and self-directed literature searches.
Normally students are advised to start with the core modules to give them a solid grounding in professional studies. Within the core modules, you will reflect on examples from your daily work and the assessment topic is chosen from practice.
You will be awarded the Occupational Therapy and Education MSc when you have successfully completed:
two core modules three approved education modules Research Methods module Dissertation.
You will be awarded the Occupational Therapy and Education PGDip when you have successfully completed:
two core modules three approved education modules Research Methods module.
You will be awarded the Occupational Therapy Studies PGCert when you have successfully completed:
Degree and experience: Normally a qualification recognised by the College of Occupational Therapists and the Health Professions Council, plus minimum two years post-registration experience. Accreditation of prior learning available for masters-level credits.For non-native speakers of English: IELTS overall score of 6.5, with 6.0 in writing and a minimum of 5.5 in the other elements.
Recipient: University of Brighton
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