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Mental Health and Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis) MSc

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MSc Mental Health and Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis)

Code
PGB70C
Start
January
October
Attendance
Attendance is by distance education
Fees
£53 per credit (UK/EU) *
£93 per credit (INT) *
Course leader
Rachel Herring

As the only programme of its kind in the UK and Europe, this programme offers enormous benefits to students with aspirations of becoming leaders in the field of Mental Health and Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis). The course is specifically aimed at practitioners who are either in roles of leadership or are currently considering career options to move to such positions.

Why study MSc Mental Health and Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis) at Middlesex University?

This programme aims to develop your mastery in Mental Health and Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis) related skills and knowledge, for successful contribution to enhanced professional practice and service development within this field. You will gain the knowledge and expertise to critically understand and utilise advanced research skills and your leadership skills in service and practice development will also be stimulated and fostered.

This course will benefit individuals working in:

  • mental health
  • the drug and alcohol sector
  • primary care
  • community care
  • prisons
  • the voluntary sector
  • government agencies
  • education
  • youth work
  • social work
  • allied health

As a student of this course you'll receive a free electronic textbook for every module.


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What will you study on the MSc Mental Health and Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis)?

Modules

You must achieve a maximum of 180 credits to complete this course. Students who register for this course must have successfully completed the Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) in Dual Diagnosis or have been successful at an Accredited Prior Learning claim, and thus will carry forward 60 credits at Level 7.

Year 1 - Autumn term and winter/spring term

Year 2 - Autumn term and winter/spring term

In this year you will choose the following options:

  • Social Research Methods (30 credits at level 7) (run on campus, autumn term only) or Advanced Practitioner Enquiry (30 credits at level 7) (running twice a year, distance learning)
  • Dissertation or Negotiated Work based learning project (60 credits at level 7)

Please contact the programme leader for details on specific modules.

How is the MSc Mental Health and Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis) assessed?

Each module involves a variety of assessments including coursework, reports, case studies, viva voce assessment, critical appraisal of leadership and service-related research projects.

Students enrolled on distance learning modules will access the course learning materials and discussions via the University's student portal and virtual learning environment, Unihub which is available 24/7. Tutorial support will be provided via email, telephone and video conferencing to all distance learning students during term time.

  1. UK & EU
  2. International
  3. How to apply
  1. UK & EU
  2. International
  3. Additional costs

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