The MSc in Applied Health Research is designed to be studied over one year full-time or two years part-time. There are three compulsory modules, and students must take a further three of the four optional modules. To be awarded a MSc in Applied Health Research students will be required to obtain 180 M level credits including the dissertation module which comprises 60 credits.
The programme is divided into 2 stages. Stage 1 comprises of taught modules totalling 120 credits. Postgraduate students are required to obtain 60 credits of core modules, and 60 credits from a choice of optional modules.
At Stage 2 students are required to obtain 60 credits through a compulsory dissertation module. Students must successfully complete each module in order to be awarded the specified number of credits for that module.
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