There are a diverse range of teaching styles including lectures, student-led seminars, workshops, group work, electronic-based learning, guided reading, problem solving, visiting speakers (ensuring links with current practice) and tutorial support. Assessment includes essays, reports, exams, individual and group presentations, case studies and portfolios.
You will normally attend 12 hours per week of time-tabled taught sessions, including lectures, seminars and workshops. Independent self-study of at least 20 hours is required and supported by staff offering individual and/or group tutorials.
The part-time route provides a flexible mode of study, ideal if you are combining study with work and family commitments.
The academic standard of the course is continually being developed with quality teaching staff from diverse backgrounds in the health studies field.