Sustainer London Metropolitan University In co-operation with AIHE Academic Institute for Higher Education GmbH (Lübeck) Registered At the London Metropolitan University Title award After completing the Master's thesis, the London Metropolitan University will award the Master’s degree Academic degree Master of Science / MSc Psychological Medicine / Complementary Medicine title MSc UK Quality Quality guidelines for universities in UK: The revised UK Quality Code for Higher Education | UKSCQA / 02 presence Distance learning without attendance (100% distance learning) Study places 50 students per year Language of instruction German or English Start of studies September 1st / February 1st Application Period Until July 15, 2020 / until December 15 Allocation of places Places are allocated according to the order of the incoming applications, taking qualitative criteria into account. Place of study Distance learning enrolled as a student at London Metropolitan University. London Metropolitan University. 166-220 Holloway Rd London N7 8DB United Kingdom. Duration 2 semesters (1 year) scope 10 - 25 working hours per week 180 CP = 90 ECTS Entry requirements First degree (at least Bachelor) from a recognized German or comparable foreign university or At least six years of relevant professional experience is regarded as equivalent to the first university degree ( without first degree / without bachelor's degree ).
In addition, the following additional qualifications are desirable: Knowledge of the healthcare sector, including current and / or future onesNurses
and prospective students from related fields.All interested parties who do not have a first academic degree will take a written admission test and a short telephone entrance exam. Certification This program is recognized by the German Central Office for Distance Learning (ZFU) under the registration number 1106520. Supervisory authority The supervisory authority is the Ministry for Social Affairs, Health, Science and Equality of the State of Schleswig-Holstein (MSGWG). costs Tuition fee including tuition fee EUR 987.52 per month (VAT exempt) x 12 months. Please note that there are no travel or accommodation costs, as the presence takes place exclusively online.Scientific basis for experienced professionals without a first degree or without a BachelorHolistic, scientific and evidence-based, well-founded master’s course for experienced healthcare professionals. For interested parties who have extensive professional experience and management responsibility and want to put their practical work on a scientific basis.Development of key competencies Master's degree through distance learningSystematic expansion of the existing specialist competencies and their fundamentals by understanding theoretical, practice-relevant content and methods with a focus on classic and current knowledge and approaches in psychological medicine. Use of modern communication media in the format of distance learning.Trends and research topics of the future Psychological medicine / complementary medicineDealing with current research and in-depth topics after acquiring the necessary medical basics. Critical thinking and the scientific basis enable the conscious use and further development of knowledge and skills as well as the acquisition of new perspectives.Who is this Masters course designed for?The master's degree is aimed at (prospective) managers and decision-makers from the healthcare sector. This includes doctors, nurses, medical staff, alternative healthcare providers, psychologists, pharmacologists, social workers, nurses, and prospective students from related fields.Our target groupself-employedEmployees in companiesClinical psychologists
...Learning concept of the distance learning programHigh practical relevance | Innovative distance learning | Individual and competent student support | No presenceThe learning concept of the MSc Psychological Medicine / Complementary Medicine is characterized by its high relation to practice-related content as well as innovative teaching and learning methods. The design as a pure distance learning means the optimal alignment to the needs of the target group.
The combination of guided self-study, individual student support and e-learning units offers students the opportunity to study anywhere, anytime, based on their own professional requirements and needs.The use of modern e-learning components guarantees students interactive learning, the clear presentation and discussion of abstract content. Interactive webinars and discussions in virtual space promote the integration of theoretical foundations and methods into professional practice. The use of a virtual tutorial in the form of an online learning platform enables flexible and network-like knowledge transfer, which can be optimally varied and adapted according to individual learning needs and progress.
The provision of the preserves of all interactive live offers such as webinars or online lectures as well as all learning material in electronic form facilitates the knowledge management and asynchronous learning for the students in a learning group with different professional framework conditions and freedom. In addition, this means easier and time-independent documentation and repetition of the course content.curriculumTraining priorities:The content and structure of the master's program support an evidence-based understanding of psychological medicine. Based on the introduction to the basics of the course, the content and skills of psychological medicine are systematically imparted. The following modules aim to link the knowledge acquired in the previous module analytically in order to expand the understanding of the participants and prepare them for the following module.
Depending on professional requirements and areas of responsibility, the students develop a theoretical understanding and related skills in the field of psychological medicine.focusThe content of the one-year master's program is based on the following six priorities:Basics of scientific work
Introduction to mental health
Psychological measures for mental health
Nutrition & Mental Health
Hormone and immune system