Full time: 1 Year | Part Time: 3 Years
Postgraduate, Professional Development, Post-registration
Mixed Mode, Full-time and Part-time
This programme offers a unique multidisciplinary approach, drawing on the expertise of UCLan staff from the Lancashire School of Business and Enterprise, and the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing. The programme is built on the foundations of coaching and mentoring and is designed to look at oneself as a leader to then to progress onto taking others on the journey with you. It is anticipated that the learning environment will be made up of a diverse group of students from a wide variety of disciplines. An inspiring learning environment will be supported by a range of creative and interactive teaching sessions. The effective deployment of technology will be used to support students both in the classroom and online. The taught sessions will be delivered by a multi professional team who will be able to share effective teaching practice.
Applicants will normally hold a British Honours Degree (2:2 Class or above) or equivalent, in a relevant subject from an approved institution of higher education. Non-standard applicants are welcomed. Recognition of prior and work-based learning in accordance with University regulations may be available.
For international applicants an IELTS of 6.5 or equivalent will be required.
*The course may also be completed fulltime in 1 year.
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We have strong links with the NHS, Business Partners and the wider University sector.
The MSc Compassionate Leadership programme will provide the opportunity for you to work inter-professionally with a cohort of students. The higher degree is for professionals who wish to develop and enhance their leadership skills with a focus on compassion and innovation. The programme offers a range of choices to encourage you to select and plan a route that meets your personal and professional needs.
There is a wealth of expertise from the Lancashire School of Business and Enterprise and the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing. The Faculty are research active. The Programme Leader is Adele Nightingale, who will be supported with delivering modules by Elaine Hill and Judi Morgan, plus external speakers who are experts in leadership.
Progression routes: After successful completion of the MSc in Compassionate Leadership students may apply to continue their CPD with a Professional Doctorate, PhD