This course is designed for people who are typically working in health and social care. The modules are set up to provide flexibility, to fit round other commitments you may have. You will spend time in the classroom each week, with learning resources provided online for independent study.
We encourage self-directed, active and student-centred learning, helping you to draw from your own experience. The theoretical elements of this degree draw on the latest practice developments arising from research and other current literature.
Using the work-based knowledge and experience you have already developed, this course will provide you with additional skills that you will can integrate into your professional practice and care for people more effectively.
Modules include: Clinical & Professional Leadership in Health & Social Care; Research Design; Workplace Learning; Advanced Communication and Supportive Relationships; Work-Based Learning in Professional Development in Health and Social Care (Double).
You will also undertake a final dissertation.
You must hold a Diploma of Higher Education (DipHE), Foundation Degree, HND or equivalent qualification. International Qualifications can be considered on an individual basis with equivalency testing.
Future career and study opportunities
First-line management role such as day centre manager, deputy manager, junior sister or charge nurse.
Or senior carer, care co-rodinator, field care supervisor with leadership responsibilities.