If you are interested in advancing your career through higher education but have a limited amount of time to dedicate to your study, our MSc Professional Practice could be an ideal solution for you. Students have the option of undertaking an MSc Professional Practice in Computing and IT or an MSc Professional Practice in Project Management, allowing you to align your studies with your professional development.
This framework has been developed to enable learners to enhance their workplace and learning capabilities while effectively enhancing professional practice in computing and IT or project and programme management. Based on work-based activities and assignments, these programmes utilise existing continued professional development (CPD) activity as a basis for further analysis and development, ensuring learning can be applied to your workplace.
The blended learning delivery combines weekend classroom sessions with individual guidance tutoring via email, telephone or face-to-face sessions. The weekend classroom sessions can also be attended remotely if you are unable to travel into the campus.
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To ensure the programme is individualised to the specific learner and their organisation, each learner will be allocated a guidance tutor who will provide individual guidance sessions via Skype, email, phone or face to face meetings during each module.
For more information on our interest-free payment plan*, corporate sponsorship and the Postgraduate Loan visit our Fees page.
*Interest-free payment plan is not available for Postgraduate Loan students
Candidates must be in full-employment and be able to demonstrate engagement in recent CPD activity equating to 72 hours within the last 2 years. Recognised CPD activity typically relates to certificated accredited or non-accredited learning activities. This can be delivered via a training provider, professional body or as part of your employment.