Our flexible master's course in Specialist Practice (cancer pathway) is a partnership between the University of Manchester and The Christie School of Oncology and enables healthcare professionals to develop an expert knowledge base, higher decision making skills and professional competencies to deliver care within the integrated multi-professional clinical teams that will form the basis of healthcare delivery going forward. The programme consists of a suite of taught generic professional skills and advanced clinical practice units that can be undertaken individually as CPD or as part of a postgraduate qualification.
The MSc can be studied full-time (one year) or part-time (up to three years), allowing you to fit study around your other commitments. The delivery format of the programme has been tailored to offer a large degree of flexibility making it attractive and accessible to individuals currently working within the NHS both locally and nationally.
Our courses are supported by a dedicated team comprising academics, leaders in their fields of research and practice, specialist practitioners, eLearning specialists and professional support staff.
You will also have access to the University's learning resources and one of the best academic libraries in the UK.