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MSc - Master of Science
Health Care / Medicine Teaching / Training Education Studies
Our course allows you to study the training and development of healthcare professionals, develop your practical skills and understand the evidence underpinning contemporary practice in clinical education.
As well as taught modules, you will complete a dissertation, allowing you to apply your new knowledge and skills in clinical education to a topic that really interests you.
The modules are based around three themes, covering the range of contemporary clinical education:
As well as studying for a postgraduate qualification, you will be able to seek recognition by Advance HE as an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
You will have the opportunity to study alongside qualified clinicians from different clinical backgrounds and career stages, and will study as part of a supportive, diverse multi-disciplinary group, supported by leading educational researchers and practitioners.
This postgraduate qualification can also be taken by students studying for an undergraduate medical degree as an intercalated MSc (iMSc).
Students can also exit with Postgraduate Diploma and Postgraduate Certificate awards.
Teaching and learning
Formal teaching will take place in small groups with discussion, sharing ideas and giving/getting feedback from tutors and colleagues. This is supplemented by preparatory self-directed learning and follow-up study to develop your interests further.
Assessment methods are carefully chosen to help you demonstrate your practical and academic skills through assessed teaching. practical tasks, written assessments and oral presentations.
For this course (per year)
For this course (per year)
Either a Bachelors degree (or equivalent qualification) in a clinical discipline, in which you are actively practicing, and in which you hold appropriate professional registration or licensing. Or a Bachelors degree in another subject with evidence of recent experience and/or current involvement in clinical education. Applications from registered healthcare professionals without an undergraduate degree but who can demonstrate relevant experience will be considered on their individual merits.
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