We operate a modular system for this programme which means the qualification is obtained by a process of credit accumulation - a model used on courses throughout the UK and Europe.

The minimum period of study for the part-time programme route is 24 months; maximum period of study is 60 months.

The minimum period of study for the full time route is 12 months; maximum period of study is 36 months.

It is possible to study modules on a standalone basis leading to an MSc, PgDip or PgCert over five years. See how the modules integrate with the course structure.

Core modules
Policy and Practice in Rehabilitation
Evaluation of reflection in rehabilitation
Critical thinking in practice
Data analysis
Research methods
Research project
Optional modules
Cognitive behavioural approaches in health
Psychology for exercise
Exercise intervention for obesity and diabetes
Cardiac rehabilitation
Managing fatigue: implications for exercise
Pulmonary rehabilitation
Quality and innovation in rehabilitation
Pain management
Self-management in long term and neurological conditions
Work based learning
Professional development in rehabilitation
Life after stroke

You can download an overview of all the modules leading to the PgCert, PgDip and MSc here.

You can obtain the award of Postgraduate Certificate in Rehabilitation but must achieve a pass mark in the following modules:

  • Policy and Practice in Health Care (PP1)
  • Evaluation of Reflection in Rehabilitation
  • Critical thinking in practice

You can gain the award of Postgraduate Diploma in Rehabilitation but must achieve a pass mark in the following modules within the maximum registration period specified:

  • Policy and practice in rehabilitation
  • Critical Thinking in Practice
  • Evaluation of reflection in rehabilitation
  • Research Methods
  • Data Analysis
  • Two option modules

You must also achieve a pass mark in two option modules (or AP(E)L equivalent).

To obtain the award of Master's in Rehabilitation you must obtain a pass mark in the following modules within the maximum registration period specified:

  • Policy and practice in rehabilitation
  • Critical thinking in practice
  • Evaluation of reflection in rehabilitation
  • Research Methods
  • Data Analysis
  • Two option modules
  • Research project

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