Mental Health and Education
The MSc Mental Health and Education programme is an innovative new subject discipline providing an interdisciplinary programme based on expertise from across the School of Education and the School of Health. A prime focus of the programme is on the nature of mental health in learning, teaching and training environments and how this might impact on learners, leaders of learning and other disciplinary groups such as psychologists, health professionals attached to schools, managers and social workers. It aims to equip you to work in an environment where integration of service delivery and multi-professional practice is the expected norm.
Additionally, it offers a unique study opportunity for associated practitioners with an applied interest in both the areas of mental health and education, for example, practitioners working with children in challenging environments such as youth workers, police officers, correctional officers, child protection officers and staff from the voluntary and third sectors.
Applicants must satisfy the specific admission requirements for Masters programmes offered by University of the West of Scotland and should normally hold an undergraduate degree in a related discipline.
Exceptions may be made in the case of applicants who can demonstrate significant relevant experience together with recent academic study.
English Language Requirements
Overseas students must meet UWS English language requirements.
The Certificate phase comprises of the following three core modules: Mental Health and Education; Interpersonal Relationships Communication ; and Leading and Motivating Learning.
The Diploma phase comprises of the following three core modules: Stress Management in Education; Motivational Enhancement Skills; and Research Methods (Contextualised).
The Masters phase comprises a dissertation, in consultation with the programme leader.