Taught course

Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Institution
City, University of London · School of Health Sciences
Qualifications
MScPGDip

Entry requirements

Applicants should hold a second class honours degree or the equivalent from an international institution in a relevant subject. Exceptional applicants without an undergraduate degree will be considered, but they need to demonstrate a professional training, have practice experience and successfully complete a brief sample essay.

Mental Health; Child and Adolescent Mental Health; Society, Violence and Practice; Civil Emergency Management.

Months of entry

January, September, April

Course content

The MSc Advanced Practice in Health and Social Care: Child and Adolescent Mental Health is for healthcare professionals working in child and adolescent mental health services. It will prepare students to be part of a specialist research-focused workforce to help revolutionise mental health care to better meet society's changing demographic health needs through new innovative and creative working practices.

Children and young people's mental health is fundamental for them to live, learn and relate. It underpins their capacity to access the resources offered by early years services, education and, ultimately, adult society. It is an integral part of the five outcomes identified in Every Child Matters (2006).

For people who work in or alongside children's services, working together across traditional professional boundaries is essential to promote good mental health, prevent mental health problems and provide clear care pathways to enable children and families to access the care services they require.

Fees and funding

Visit the School of Health Sciences Postgraduate funding page for more information.

Explore funding options, available financial support and typical living costs.

Qualification and course duration

MSc

part time
24 months
full time
12 months

PGDip

part time
24 months
full time
12 months

Course contact details

Name
Admissions
Email
pghealth@city.ac.uk
Phone
020 7040 5790
Fax
+44 (0)20 7040 5717