University College Winchester: Winchester

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University College Winchester Winchester , England  
  • The programme has a mix of taught and independent study supported by a Virtual Learning Environment on the Internet. Taught modules include: Health Informatics and Clinical Practice, Developments in Informatics, Strategic Management, Human and Organisat... more >

  • The programme seeks to bring together practitioners of the Arts as well as those active in the development sector. The Centre for Development Communications provides training and research facilities devoted to enabling individuals and communities to fin... more >

  • This programme is designed to attract a wide range of students who have a common interest in critically exploring the field of disability from a range of social science perspectives. It involves disabled people in both planning and teaching, and this en... more >

  • The programme focuses principally on the concept of popular knowledge in the contemporary world. more >

  • How to implement a health information system from start to finish, and then evaluate. more >

  • This is a unique course which offers the opportunity for writers for children to develop their skills on a practical and intellectual level. It is anticipated that the programme will have wide appeal for those interested in the practice of writing for i... more >

  • This programme focuses principally on works of fiction of the last ten years, largely British and American, which are studied in the light of contemporary critical theory and cultural developments. Modules encourage a challenging and stimulating interro... more >

  • The programme is both vocational and critical, and is designed for those who wish to develop performance as a means of enquiry and expression, through theoretical and contextual approaches. There is an emphasis on creating performance as a means of rese... more >

  • The MA in Religion combines Religious Studies and theological approaches to the study of rhetoric and practices of death as understood, experienced and responded to in a variety of religious traditions as well as within contemporary popular culture. It... more >