Students undertaking the programme will be qualified health care professionals working in a senior post clinically. The MSc Advanced Clinical Practice Programme has been developed to provide you with knowledge and skills to allow you to develop and progress your advanced clinical practice role. You will develop an in-depth and advanced knowledge of your role (ACP). The knowledge is informed by current practice and research. You will develop a critical awareness of the subject matter and be able to demonstrate critical skills, knowledge of your profession demonstrating strategic leadership and education in practice, you will also reflect on your progress as a learner.
Throughout the programme your knowledge and skills will be informally assessed through a variety of learning activities. You will be encouraged to engage in self-assessment and may be actively involved in peer assessment. Formative assessment (during the module but not part of the final assessment) opportunities will be offered within each module as a part of your on-going learning. For example this may take the form of a case discussion, an essay plan or presentation where you will been given formative feedback by the module leader.
Entry requirements for this programme are in line with University policies on widening participation and equality of opportunity. Applicants should normally possess: A relevant first degree in health/ social sciences, 2:2 or above; You should have been a qualified health care professional for a minimum of 3 years; You should be working clinically as a registered health care professional in the UK; It is also essential that you have professional registration to practice in health and/or social care.
Fees and funding
No fee information has been provided for this course