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Health and Social Care: Academic and Professional Learning (MSc)

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  • Entry requirements
    Standard Entry Applicants must have graduated in a relevant subject area and have a minimum of 3 years post-qualifying experience.
  • Academic Title
    Health and Social Care: Academic and Professional Learning (MSc)
  • Course description
    COURSE INFORMATION
    The Postgraduate Framework has been set up to be flexible to suit the specific needs of the individual student. Programmes can be taken on a full- or part-time basis and can be tailored to meet your personal requirements.

    Programmes within the Framework can be studied to Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma, Masters level or even individual modules can be selected for a shorter period of study that could enhance personal and professional development.

    An innovative programme that will enable health and social care professionals to develop their educational role in practice or in higher education or in both of these contexts.

    This programme aims to
    Enable critical analysis of the roles of a practice educator/lecturer in multidisciplinary practice and academic settings

    Explore personal values and beliefs relating to a personal approach to professional learning through undertaking critical appraisal of theories of education and current educational policy

    Engage in the development of educational practice through evaluation of personal practice and through facilitating the learning and assessment of others and the establishment and maintenance of relationships and communication networks within a multidisciplinary setting.

    The programme focuses on
    Exploration of theories of education
    Use of personal theories in education
    Exploration of learning environments
    Curriculum theory and programme management
    Change and evaluation theory
    Exploring approaches to research
    Approaches to research, design and development
    Developing supportive educational relationships
    Communication networks, incorporating ICT
    Assessment of learning.

    MODULE INFORMATION
    Year 1 Modules

    TE0702 APPROACHES TO LEARNING & TEACHING (CORE, 20 Credits)

    TE0703 ASSESSMENT AND LEARNER SUPPORT (CORE, 20 Credits)

    TE0704 DEVELOPING AND MANAGING LEARNING PROGRAMMES (CORE, 20 Credits)
    Year 2 Modules

    AA0126 RESEARCH SKILLS: APPROACHES, DESIGNS AND METHODS (CORE, 30 Credits)

    TE0705 DEVELOPING EDUCATIONAL PRACTICE (CORE, 30 Credits)
    Year 3 Modules

    PP0189 Empirical Project (OPTION, 60 Credits)

    PP0190 Practice Project (OPTION, 60 Credits)

    PP0191 SYSTEMATIC APPRAISAL (OPTION, 60 Credits)

    PP0189 Empirical Project (OPTION, 60 Credits)

    PP0190 Practice Project (OPTION, 60 Credits)

    PP0191 SYSTEMATIC APPRAISAL (OPTION, 60 Credits)

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