|Duration||1.5 years full-time study or up to 3 years part-time study|
|Delivery||Classroom-based, online delivery (blended learning)|
The Master of Health Science (Chinese Medicine) is a dynamic postgraduate programme designed for TCM practitioners wishing to strengthen their knowledge and better integrate into the healthcare system.
You will have an opportunity to develop an evidence-based approach to practice and explore an appropriate subject of your interest in real depth.
The mandatory (core) components equip students with the theoretical and practical knowledge to be able to successfully complete their dissertation in an area of clinical practice about which they are passionate.
It is a taught masters’ degree programme, only requiring attendance at a one to two days intensive study block, thereafter, delivered primarily online using webinars, e-forums, online dissemination, Skype and e-mail supported learning and academic supervision.
Students will have the opportunity to:
The programme aims to prepare students with the knowledge, skills and personal attributes for professional careers in specialty areas of Chinese Medicine at an advanced level.
Master of Health Science (Chinese Medicine) graduates can practise as traditional Chinese medicine practitioners, or as researchers in the relevant areas.
MHSARM801: Advanced Research Methods 1 – 30 credits
MHSARM802: Advanced Research Methods 2 – 15 credits
MHSCAM801: Contemporary Alternative Medicine – 15 credits
MHSIRP: Independent Research Project – 15 credits
MHSCSE: Clinical Specialties Electives – 15 credits
MHS999: Research and Thesis – 90 credits
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