Taught Masters Courses
Part-time and full-time courses, both on campus and by blended learning.
Within the Faculty of Health and Medicine we offer postgraduate courses in a range of subjects delivered via blended learning including a mix of online, flexible facilitated learning, interactive workshops and lab sessions (where applicable).
This MSc provides opportunities to gain a deeper and more critical insight into ageing and develop understandings of research design, practice and dissemination. This part-time programme offers you a flexible approach to your study due to its innovative blend of face-to-face and distance learning approaches.
This programme provides the opportunity for students to acquire a greater understanding of practical and theoretical biomedical science. We place particular emphasis on the molecules and mechanisms fundamental to life processes and how these are disrupted by disease.
The MSc in Clinical Research has been designed, in consultation with NHS Partners, to meet the needs of practitioners and staff working in the NHS to ensure its relevance and value to NHS health professionals. The programme builds on the introduction to clinical research in the Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Research, developing and undertaking applied clinical research within an NHS organisational context.
With an emphasis in advanced quantitative methods, the MRes in Global Health is designed to develop your multi-disciplinary knowledge and skills relevant to translational research for global health.
This MSc promotes advanced knowledge and a critical understanding of theory, research, policy and practice in health economics and policy. The programme is offered part-time via blended e-learning and an annual autumn Academy held in Lancaster.
This trans-disciplinary programme enables you to explore how to make better use of research and innovation to improve ways in which health care is organised and delivered for patient benefit.
This programme for those directly teaching undergraduate student doctors or supervising specialist trainees has been developed to meet the GMC's strategy that all those involved in the development and education of doctors should be competent in the principles of medical education.