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This programme will assist practitioners in gaining advanced knowledge and skills to effectively manage the demands of rapidly changing, and increasingly complex health and social care practice environments.
This programme is delivered by a combination of block courses and online. A candidate may take up to four years to complete this programme.
Note: The Master of Professional Practice does not lead to a professional registration.
What You'll Learn
There are three pathways for completing your Masters:
How You'll Study
The focus of learning in the programme will include working reflexively with clients and communities within differing interprofessional collaborations and relationships. It will enable you to engage in transformative learning strategies that build on the strengths, knowledge, skills and relationships acquired as experienced practitioners. This practice based learning approach will enhance your ability to engage in future professional and work related challenges.
Focus on Research
The Centre for Health and Social Practice has a flourishing research culture. Excellence in research is achieved through adopting a holistic philosophy and pursuing an interprofessional and multi-method approach.
The Master of Professional Practice will offer health and social practice practitioners a pathway into an advanced level qualification that is focused on practice scholarship for changing workforce needs. It provides practice and research pathways for those students graduating with an undergraduate degree in a health and/or social practice discipline. The Master of Professional Practice will provide learning opportunities at an advanced practice level, focusing on practice scholarship for health and social practice practitioners working in specialist or advanced practice. It will enable practitioners working in a range of roles within health and social practice contexts such as managers, clinical educators or professional supervisors to undertake a higher level qualification focused on their area of practice.
Candidates are required to have:
i) A Bachelor degree in a health or social practice discipline, with a minimum grade average of B overall; or
ii) A qualification approved as equivalent by the Postgraduate Team Manager; and
iii) A minimum of two years of graduate professional experience in a health and/or social practice area of practice, demonstrated in a professional portfolio; and
iv) Where appropriate, current registration with the relevant New Zealand professional body.
English Language Requirements
Candidates who have English as a second language are required to have an International English Language Test System (IELTS) Academic band score of 7.0, with no individual band score less than 7.0; or equivalent.
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