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Developing academic skills and subject-specific knowledge, this programme enables you to consolidate and expand a range of practical and transferable skills which will place you in good stead for the future.
This course is suitable for people already working as an allied health professional in a community setting who have completed the PGDip Social Innovation.
This part-time course allows you to develop as an expert autonomous practitioner within a number of healthcare fields, focusing on the professional and practice elements essential to work at advanced level.
In partnership with the National Spinal Injuries Centre at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, this course enables you to engage in research activities to improve practice and develop evidence-based care.
Creativity naturally underpins everything we do and this course will teach you how to embrace this approach to create strategies, gain insights, solve real-world problems and become an industry-ready graduate.
This work-based programme is designed to deepen your skills, drawing together theoretical concepts, research and policy within an applied context, and emphasises learning from experience and critical reflection.
This is a new and exciting discipline, involving the study of wellbeing and optimal human functioning. This part-time course gives opportunities to learn leading edge ideas and potentially contribute to its development.
Our MA in Art and Design Practice gives you the opportunity for interdisciplinary study under an art or design route, whilst allowing you to focus on a particular area for your research.
On this course, you will develop a rich understanding of the theory and practice that underpin leadership throughout strategic management, enabling you to perform effectively at middle management level.
This course explores childhood and youth from multiple theoretical perspectives drawn from the social sciences. It is relevant for anyone working with children and young people, looking to extend their skills.