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MSc Mental Health

Enhance global well-being with this comprehensive master's programme from the University of Birmingham. This MSc will allow you to explore a range of interdisciplinary approaches to mental health research and theory to make a widespread impact.

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  • Level

    Masters Degree
  • Duration

    2.5 Years
  • Language

    English
  • Total Tuition Fee

    £17,030

MSc Mental Health

  • Masters Degree (Postgraduate)

  • 2.5 Years

  • Total tuition fee

    £17,030

    Change the well-being of the world by acquiring a master’s in mental health

    The world needs more mental health experts, but finding the time to further your studies can be a challenge. With the University of Birmingham’s MSc in Mental Health, you can take advantage of online learning to more conveniently advance your career in healthcare and make a difference in the lives of others.

    Enhance your clinical research skills with practical approaches to mental health principles

    Over two years, you’ll complete 12 core modules and a final dissertation, studying diverse perspectives in mental health research and theory.

    You’ll specifically develop a holistic understanding of mental health diagnosis, treatment, and research, especially as it relates to youth mental health, to help prevent long-term mental health issues in the future.

    This MSc Mental Health degree is open to learners who have an upper second-class degree or equivalent in a related discipline from a UK university or another recognised institution. Related disciplines include:

    *Psychology *Sociology *Social Policy *Medicine *Nursing *Biological Sciences *Philosophy *Education

    Additionally, learners are expected to have an IELTS proficiency score of at least 6.0 (no less than 5.5 in any band) if English is not their first language.

    This fully online programme from the University of Birmingham’s Institute of Mental Health and the School of Psychology focuses on deepening your understanding and expertise in mental health and related fields.

    *By studying this programme, you will develop a deeper understanding of mental health concepts. Upon its completion, you will be able to:

    *Master core principles of mental health, including biopsychosocial approaches and understanding psychological, biological, and social factors

    *Acquire expertise in advanced mental health topics, such as digital mental health, the psychology of suicide, addiction, and youth mental health to address complex issues with informed perspectives and strategies

    *Demonstrate proficiency in interdisciplinary research practises, such as project design, project management, data collection, analysis and dissemination

    *Utilise quantitative and qualitative research methods in case-control studies and clinical trials

    *Develop critical thinking skills to evaluate contemporary mental health issues and apply ethical principles in research and practise, ensuring integrity, fairness, and respect in all professional endeavours

    *Cultivate effective communication skills to engage stakeholders and promote mental health awareness and interventions

    MSc Mental Health

  • Masters Degree (Postgraduate)

  • 2.5 Years

  • Total tuition fee

    £17,030

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