MSc Applied Clinical Psychology (Online)

Delivered online by our collaborative partners, Learna


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Start Date:
Sept 23

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Course Length:
2 Years

About the MSc Applied Clinical Psychology

The online MSc Applied Clinical Psychology is designed for healthcare professionals in the UK and overseas wishing to gain new knowledge and skills in clinical psychology.
This course is specially developed for busy health professionals and is practical and clinically focused. It will give you a better understanding of the role of psychology within healthcare settings, allowing you to apply your knowledge of clinical psychology to your clinical practice.
Programme Specification

An interactive learning experience

Delivered entirely online by experts in their respective fields, the programme can be accessed by any student with a computer and access to the internet. You will join tutor groups of 15-20 other students and use a discussion forum to interact with the tutor and rest of the group.

Entry Profile

Typically, applicants for the MSc Applied Clinical Psychology will:

  • Possess a good first degree (i.e. a minimum of a 2.1) in psychology, awarded by a UK university or overseas equivalent, or be a registered healthcare professional working in a setting where they can apply learning to practice.
  • Provide evidence in a personal statement as to how they can apply learning to a practical setting.
  • Be involved in a setting where they can reflect on practice (e.g. – workplace, voluntary work).
  • Have the ability to communicate their ideas effectively. Basic IT skills (e.g., word-processing, email and Internet) will also be expected.

QAA Global Accreditation

The University is delighted to have achieved global accreditation from the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), the UK’s independent quality body and a global leader in quality assurance for higher education.

“In achieving QAA’s global accreditation, the University has displayed its compatibility with international best practice.”

Vicki Scott, UK Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) Chief Executive.