Credit value: 10 masters level credits
Mode of delivery: Distance Learning
Course type: Standalone Module
Number of places available: 10
Start date: March
Duration: 10 weeks
Time commitment: Although this will depend upon the individual, a typical student can expect to spend around 10 hours a week throughout the duration of the course, equivalent to 100 hours of study in total
Fees: Confirmed once applications for 2020 are open.
Entry requirements: Applicants must possess a good honours degree (minimum lower 2nd class) from a recognised university in Pharmacy, Medicine or Nursing or an equivalent qualification as agreed with the Programme Director, or be a Pharmacy Technician registered with the GPhC and currently working in mental health services with substantial experience (at least 3 years) of mental health.
Apply: Applications for 2020 entry are not currently open. This website will be updated with the application link once available.