Advanced Practice (Non-Medical Prescribing)

The Advanced Practice programme offers both generic and specialist pathways, providing you with the opportunity to explore your specialist areas of practice, and obtain a relevant named degree within the MSc in Advanced Practice programme.

You are able to study the generic pathway, or one of the following specialist pathways:

Modules from the programme are also available on a stand-alone basis.

Course Qualification Mode
Advanced Practice (Non Medical Prescribing) MSc Part-time
Non-Medical Prescribing PgCert Part-time
Postgraduate students on campus

Open Day

Meet us at our Postgraduate Open Day on 22 November 2017.
Postgraduate loan

Postgraduate loan

Loans available worth up to £10,280 for UK/EU students starting a master’s degree in the academic year 2017/18.

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