Social Work Advanced Professional Practice (MSc)

University of Lincoln

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About Social Work Advanced Professional Practice at University of Lincoln

This advanced programme is designed to support qualified social workers in their professional development and provides a Master's level qualification, as recommended by the Social Work Reform Board.

Modules from within this programme are delivered as standalone courses, giving you the flexibility to move from one area of specialism to another, to support your personal and professional development needs. These may then be linked together if desired to achieve the Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma or Masters Award.

You will work alongside our experienced team of academics who provide structure and conceptual frameworks to guide your learning. The content of this programme is informed by national health and social care debate to ensure it is up-to-date with the latest sector developments and issues.

The collaborative culture in the School facilitates group work to examine live case material and undertake research in areas that are relevant to your own practice.

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