Health And Social Care By Negotiated Learning (MSc)

Staffordshire University the United Kingdom

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The award
MSc

How long you will study
5 Years

Domestic course fees
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How you will study
part-time

Course starts
September

International course fees
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All study options

About Health And Social Care By Negotiated Learning at Staffordshire University

Innovative, student negotiated award Devise your own bespoke programme Allocation to a personal tutor throughout your award link your work based activities to your academic programme

The purpose of this award is to offer a unique and personal approach to Postgraduate education to individuals, or groups of individuals who wish to engage in the design, organisation, coordination and negotiation of their own learning which reflects their personal and/or professional needs.

The structure and choice of the content you negotiate as part of your award, is congruent with a philosophy of adult learning. As a student you will embrace responsibility for your own learning, using initiative and insight to discover what you need to learn with learning intrinsically related to your personal context and experience. Within this process, you will learn to reflect upon experience, developing new concepts, attitudes and behaviours to apply to future decision making and judgements. Through negotiation of learning activities and outcomes prior experience is valued and as a student you will become personally engaged in learning in a way that is personally motivating and significant to you.

In recognition of the uniqueness of experience, the individuality of journey is central to the award philosophy with students able to:

  • Study at your own pace and convenience
  • Negotiate aims and learning outcomes tailored to experience and context
  • Negotiate the nature and form of your learning activities
  • Negotiate an appropriate method of assessing your learning

In order to facilitate this individual journey a Negotiated Learning Advisor will support you throughout your award, enabling you to develop a Learning Contract that demonstrates at least 25% of the Award is achieved through negotiated learning modules.

Course content

The aims of the award reflect the University values of widening participation, providing a programme of study that reflects individual needs and diversity in that the award is devised to:

  • Offer bespoke programmes of learning to meet the needs of students and employers
  • Provide an award to support the Faculty's engagement within health and social care career pathways
  • Maximise opportunities for independent and work- based learning
  • Provide individuals with the opportunity to gain postgraduate qualifications through negotiation
  • Offer flexible entry and exit points; PgC, PgD
  • Provide opportunities for students to build upon prior learning

Although the individual nature of learning on this award has been stressed, it is recognised there may be groups of students whose learning needs are so similar they may form a cohort. Such cohorts could be supported by an employer, or sponsor who has identified a number of common learning outcomes and who share learning experiences, or they may be a group of individuals who have a shared health or social care work-based or career orientation.

Graduate destinations

Working in health and Social Care.

Study options for this course

  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardMScHow you will studyPart-timeHow long you will study5 years
    Course startsSeptemberDomestic course fees find outInternational course fees find out

Entry requirements

Students should hold an honours degree of a UK University or any other qualification deemed to be an equivalent to be an equivalent to an honours degree

Or

If an applicant does not have an honours degree he\she may still be admitted if she\he has significant appropriate experience and can provide evidence of ability to undertake the course successfully and benefit from it

A professional portfolio indicating achievements is a useful tool which may aid this process

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