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MA Health and Community Studies
Months of entry
You will have experience of or be interested in using skills of group work, informal learning and activity, outreach and community work; particularly with young people and adults often identified as hard to reach.
Reasons to study Health and Community Development Studies at DMU:
- Benefit from the flexibility of being able to tailor your learning specifically to your career interests - choose from two pathways
- Opportunities to study part-time alongside your work commitments, mainly through distance learning
- Our experienced practitioner and research-based staff and diverse range of practice-related modules enable you to achieve planned change through the process of education, development and practice orientated research - ensuring your learning is relevant to current practice and initiatives
- Benefit from inter-professional learning as the course attracts professionals, worldwide, from a variety of settings, including: sexual health, mental health, disability, drug abuse, parenting education, youth work and community development, children’s centres, housing and homelessness, youth offending and domestic violence
- Benefit from an international reputation in the field, with over 55 years’ professional training experience and international work
Fees and funding
If you work in the NHS you may be eligible for funding from the Education Commission Unit of the East Midlands Strategic Health Authority.
Find out more about course fees and available funding.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Admissions Department
- 0116 2577700