On this MSc in Sexual Health Studies course, you’ll critically evaluate contemporary thinking and its impact on sexual health knowledge and practice. You’ll have a clinical or non-clinical background and may be employed within the NHS or other organisations.
You’ll consider theory, practice and research in sexual healthcare, as well as share knowledge and experience. You’ll debate methodological and contemporary issues that’ll enhance your practice within a collaborative learning community.
Why study with us
- The team have a wide range of expertise and skills within sexual health practice, all have worked as sexual health nurses and continue to maintain their skills and knowledge through honorary contracts with local services and through NMC nurse teacher registration.
- You’ll also benefit from their up-to-date evidence and research-based practice and their membership of the Associate Members of the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Health, as well as members of other professional forums (BASHH, NHIVNA, GUNA & Higher Education Academy).
- The MSc Sexual Health Studies programme is delivered on a part-time and full-time basis divided into nine modules.
An MSc in Sexual Health Studies can lead to career development opportunities and continuing professional development.
You can transfer from the MSc Sexual Health to a Professional Doctorate when you’ve completed 120 credits. You can get advice from your course leader on whether or not you meet the admissions criteria of this programme.