- Applicants must normally have an Honours degree and be a professionally qualified health or social care professional.
- For international students, IELTs 7.0 or equivalent.
The MSc Professional Practice (Learning Disability) is open to all professionals working with people who have a learning disability. Professionals working with this client group need to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in order to meet the clients’ changing needs.
The aim of this postgraduate course in Learning Disability nursing is to transform your practice and thus improve the quality of care for service users. Module content and delivery is underpinned by the latest research evidence, which ensures that this award meets the challenges of the demanding and dynamic environments that health and social care practitioners work in today.
There modules relate directly to this degree.
Autistic Spectrum Disorder
This 20 credit module covers areas such as Introduction to Autistic Spectrum Disorders; autism; Asperger’s syndrome; incidence and prevalence, diagnosis; assessment strategies; related syndromes and conditions; bio-psycho-social factors; diet; pharmacotherapy; environmental considerations; communication methods; TEACCH; therapeutic approaches;
Contemporary Issues in Learning Disability
This 20 credit module covers areas such as local, national and international...
This course is taught at: Glyntaff Campus, Pontypridd
All fees are per year. Once you have started your course, your fee will remain the same for each year of study.
Part-time UK and EU£600 per 20 credits.
Part-time UK and EUTBC
You will be expected to spend around £250 on books and printing for each year of your course, but some courses incur additional costs for field trips, memberships, and specialist equipment.