Pursuing a Work Based Dissertation Other PG Award

This is the final stage module for all students undertaking the flexible provision MSc programme within the faculty, who wish to pursue a work based dissertation.

It can be studied over 1 year part time, or 6 months full time.

This module aims to support students in developing and critically utilising knowledge and skills to undertake a work based project relevant to a health / social care setting. This project can include developing bespoke competencies to extend/ advance your role.

The module will commence with an introductory week, exploring in depth the key elements of undertaking a work based dissertation. Students will be allocated a supervisor who will advise and guide them through the project including where relevant identifying the need to develop themselves or practice in order to enhance service delivery and submitting any R&D documentation. Students will be expected to direct their own study whilst undertaking a project.

Other PG Award Award
February, October Start
Full-time Study Mode
12 months Duration

Entry Requirements For This Course

This research module is undertaken as part of a named programme award from the SSPRD framework at the Faculty of Health Studies. Entry requirements will therefore vary, dependant on the programme studied.

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