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MSc - Master of Science
People With Mental Health Problems: Social Work Psychiatry Mental Health Nursing (General)
Our innovative Personality Disorder programmes shed light on a complex area for the mental health professional. You’ll enhance your understanding and practice and be able to provide leadership in the development and planning of services to benefit users.
The course responds to national policy developments and explores current thinking around personality disorder.
The course is relevant to a range of professionals (i.e. nursing, psychiatry, probation, social work, and occupational therapy) who work with this client group, and will encourage students to challenge their own, and others thinking about this diagnosis.
Why study with us
Students who successfully complete this course could continue their studies in the form of a PhD or Professional Doctorate.
The course leader, or one of the research staff can offer advice and support in relation to this.
£867 per 20 credits
To be confirmed
A recognised British first degree or its equivalent, or a BTEC Higher Diploma / Certificate. It is also expected that students will be working with individuals identified as experiencing personality disorder.
The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is a forward-thinking university with multiple campuses and a truly international community of student learners. Founded in 1828, it has become one of the UK’s largest universities, with almost 200 years of heritage in delivering high-quality education. UCLan offers a portfolio of over 200 employment-oriented courses, aimed at preparing graduates for successful and impactful careers. The...more
Distance without attendance | 2 years | SEP