Distance Learning Masters (2) - MSC Mental Health & Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis)

The DARC are also delighted to announce their second Distance Learning Masters - MSC Mental Health & Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis), which is available to people from any country.  Details as follows:-

This programme aims to develop your mastery in Mental Health and Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis) related skills and knowledge, for successful contribution to enhanced professional practice and service development within this field. You will gain the knowledge and expertise to critically understand and utilise advanced research skills and your leadership skills in service and practice development will also be stimulated and fostered. This programme also aims to enhance your professional and career development in the mental health and substance use (Dual Diagnosis) service and practice development field. You will undertake a work based project (60 credits at level 7) which allows you to undertake a piece of applied research which is relevant to your own work and the organisation you work for.

This course will benefit individuals working in: mental health, the drug and alcohol sector, primary care, community care, criminal justice systems, government agencies, education, youth work, social work and allied health. This is a part-time, distance learning programme.

For more information, please click on the link below.

Contact: Dr Rachel Herring (r [dot] herring [at] mdx [dot] ac [dot] uk)