Taught course

Mental Health Practice

Institution
University of the West of Scotland · School of Health, Nursing and Midwifery
Qualifications
MSc

Entry requirements

You must have a professional background and be working within environments where mental ill health is a determinant on client outcome. You will need an identified workplace supervisor and a supportive manager to assist you across the duration of the course.

You must also have a relevant first degree or equivalent qualification at SCQF Level 9 (i.e. Graduate Certificate in Acute Care) normally within the past five years and have a command of current, evidenced based knowledge within your chosen subject.

Consideration will be given if you have a degree in a related topic or gained your degree several years ago where continued further development in knowledge through postgraduate studies would demonstrate currency in certified learning, at the discretion of the Course Leader.

Months of entry

September

Course content

The MSc Mental Health Practice is focused on facilitating academic and practice development in those working within environments where mental health is an influence on outcome.

If you're an existing practitioner then our course will enable you to upgrade your knowledge and skills. This has an obvious benefit for your employability, and the scope to specialise in:

  • skills
  • education
  • leadership.


These factors should make the course attractive to employers and increase your employment options when you graduate.

Study demands are flexible as all materials and tutorials are online. To facilitate peer support there are optional on campus and online meetings meaning there are only between four and five mandatory participation times for each module.

Qualification and course duration

MSc

distance learning
36 months
flexible
36 months
online
36 months
part time
36 months

Course contact details

Name
Course Enquiries
Email
ask@uws.ac.uk