A master’s degree in mental health will enable you to achieve your goals if your motivation is to improve your understanding of mental health and mental illness..
The main project is comprised of four key modules and the overall curriculum is broken down into four components.
You will gain a strong understanding of mental health issues and learn a wide range of valuable transferable skills. Taking this course will help you increase your employability and readiness for positions of middle or senior leadership around the world. Working in various settings, for example schools, charities, and industry, and public and private health and social care services, a Mental Health Advocate, Resource, or Assistant might take on the role of a mental health lead, advisor, or ambassador.
Anglia Ruskin University is a Post-1992 university
Anglia Ruskin was one of the original 33 “new universities” created by the Further and Higher Education Act 1992.
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This course is at level 7 in the UK Qualifications Framework. Level 7 is advanced level study often referred to as Postgraduate level.
The Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (CATS) is a way to talk about the time and effort a course requires. One credit (or CATS point) equals 10 hours of learning effort.
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