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BSc (Hons) Professional Studies (Nursing/Healthcare)


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University of Salford, Salford, M6 6PU, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

f you are a nursing or healthcare professional, this fexible part-time course will help you develop your current role and increase your career potential.

  • A course that links to your professional role
  • Study a range of topics including law and ethics, evidence based practice, mentorship and contemporary issues in nursing and healthcare
  • Flexible modes of assessment and attendance
  • Academic credit for clinical skills development and prior learning
  • Study with a range of health care professionals
  • Link to the NHS Knowledge and Skills Framework and improve your career prospects

What qualifications do I need to take Professional Studies?

Course content

The course can be taken full or part-time and can be completed in 18 months or up to 5 years. As individual circumstances may change over time, we offer you the opportunity to step off and return when you are ready to resume your studies.

Depending on the route you take to gain your degree, you can build up your credits by completing a number of the modules listed below:

All our modules can also be taken as short courses in their own right. This is ideal for those who wish to address their continuing professional development needs in a more flexible way.

A range of teaching and learning methods are used within each module including: lectures, seminars, debates, directed study, project work and learning in practice. Throughout you will be given the support and guidance you need:

  • The programme leader will act as a personal teacher and offer pastoral support
  • The module team will support and guide you through the modules and the assessment. They will also help in the development of your Personal Development Record and Personal Development Planning which is compulsory on this programme
  • You will also have access to all the University support services

An investment in your future

You'll find us on the Allerton Campus of the University which includes the Mary Seacole Building, a brand new development with state-of-the-art clinical rooms, lecture theatres and office, providing some of the most up-to-date facilities in the UK.

Virtual Learning

You will get additional support through Blackboard, our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It can be accessed by registered users from anywhere in the world by using the internet and provides a range of possibilities, including:

  • The delivery of course materials, such as handbooks, lecture handouts, slides and web links which can be accessed easily by students both on and off campus
  • The use of discussion boards that allows discussion between staff, students and others
  • Online exchanges between staff, students and others who can be logged into a virtual classroom
  • Taking online assessments with automatic marking and feedback facilities

Exploring the evidence base

While our aim is to provide you with all the support and guidance you need to successfully complete this course, you will also have access to a vibrant research community:

  • A creative and dynamic environment for the conduct of ground-breaking research that has a direct impact upon health and social care policy and practice
  • Inter-disciplinary research that unites academics, researchers, postgraduate students and research users in a shared community of enquiry
  • Partnerships and collaborations with a wide range of organisations and researchers in the UK and internationally

This means that we are able to offer a wealth of experience across a diverse range of disciplines that will enhance your learning experience.




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