To equip you with a sound knowledge and understanding of a range of topics in child and adolescent health; to use this to underpin your existing practical experience with evidence-based expertise and develop an appreciation of the strengths and limitations of research evidence and, at Masters stage, its application; to enable students to enhance their careers in the field of child and adolescent mental health.
Course content includes:
Mental Health and the Community
Specific Mental Health Problems of Childhood and their Management
The above plus:
Training, Consultation, Supervision and Interagency Collaboration
All the above plus:
Teaching and assessment methods
Teaching is through specially prepared course materials and other directed reading. On-line delivery of course materials and a virtual learning environment support teaching. Each module is assessed separately and there is a final Master’s dissertation.
University of Leicester
International Student Requirements:
Where relevant, an IELTS score of 6.5 with 7.0 for writing is required.