Courses and modules
Full course and module list
For further information about any of our programmes and modules please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0)1482 463103/463104.
Fully NHS-funded courses include:
- MSc Advanced Practice Part Time
This programme allows students to choose modules suited to their clinical development towards advanced practice. It can also be self-funded.
- Mentorship in Professional Practice
This module examines the theories that underpin approaches to learning, facilitation, assessment and support in work-based settings, enabling students to apply their skills in practice.
Flexible routes into nursing, healthcare and social work
We offer a range of flexible routes into nursing and healthcare including an apprenticeship, Nursing Associate, foundation degree and University Certificate. These options are a great way to learn and gain experience at the same time, without the need for full-time study at the University.
The Community Nursing programme offers the opportunity to study for BSc or Postgraduate Diploma in either Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (SCPHN) - Health Visiting or School Nursing or Community Nursing in the Home (District Nursing).
It is designed for qualified nurses (and midwives in the case of Health Visiting) who are registered on the appropriate part of the NMC register. You will also need to have evidence of academic study in the last five years. This programme aims to deliver a high quality undergraduate or postgraduate education, which will prepare students to be community specialist practitioners in accordance with the NMC standards for specialist education and practice.
The programme is offered at Level 6 BSc or level 7, PGDip, depending on your existing academic qualifications. It can be undertaken on a full time basis over one year (52 weeks) or part time basis (104 weeks) over two years. It runs annually from September each year. You will undertake a variety of modules appropriate to your chosen specialist pathway. The programme includes the V100 Community Nurse Prescribing Qualification, which is mandatory for the District Nursing pathway and optional for Health Visiting.
Qualification as a specialist practitioner is dependent on passing both the academic and practice elements of the programme. You will spend half of your time in practice where you will be allocated a qualified Practice Teacher who will support you in achieving the practice learning outcomes.
Health Professional Studies
Our wide range of Health Professional Studies modules can be studied individual or as part of the BSc Health Professional Studies.
The BSc Health Professional Studiesis designed to enable those who work in the health and social care sector to develop their knowledge and skills. Students can select from a range of modules, enabling them to plan a course of study that is relevant to their individual needs.
Students can also choose to study individual modules that are of specific interest to their professional development rather than having to register for a full programme of study.
Download the BSc Health Professional Studies modules list
For further information about the degree or individual modules please contact us at email@example.com or telephone +44 (0)1482 463342.