Strategic Leadership (Health and Social Care) MSc

The Strategic Leadership (Health and Social Care) is an innovative Masters course that caters for the educational needs of those in, or aspiring to be in leadership roles, with a distinct focus on leadership in challenging arenas.

Available to study on a part time or full time basis, this postgraduate qualification will develop effective, dynamic and creative leaders, in health and social care, as well as critical thinking practitioners who have the ability, knowledge and practical skills to influence at a local and strategic level. With this in mind, it includes one module on the 7 Questions, a decision-making tool widely used within the British Armed Forces to formulate a plan.

With its flexible delivery and multidisciplinary approach, the MSc Strategic Leadership programme will appeal to those working in professional organisations such as the NHS, Defence Medical Services and the third, public and private sector who wish to improve their competence and practice in readiness for operational and strategic leadership roles.

There are three exit points, so you can study for a Postgraduate Certificate; Postgraduate Diploma or the full Masters qualification in Strategic Leadership.

MSc Award
September Start
Part-time Study Mode
3 years Duration

Entry Requirements For This Course

Admission to the course is typically through the following qualifications:

  • A good Honours degree (2:2 or above) in a relevant discipline
  • Relevant professional qualification

Those without such qualifications will be considered on an individual basis, where appropriate experience is taken into account. All applicants will be interviewed under these circumstances.

Ex-armed forces personnel can earn up to two thirds of a masters degree at USW, based on the training and knowledge they acquired while serving.

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