Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Master of Science (Dementia Care) provides graduates with the ability to critically review the health and well-being of people with dementia; review social policy and its impact on the provision of dementia care from a national and international perspective; and demonstrate facilitation and advocacy skills to work with users, carers and colleagues in the health, social care and voluntary sectors.
Dementia care practitioners
- 4 core subjects from the Graduate Certificate in Dementia Care
- plus 2 core subjects: Reflective Practice 2 and Innovations in Practice Development
- plus 2 health related subjects to be approved by the Course Co-ordinator.
- Dementia care
Standard entry requirements
Bachelor degree in a health-related discipline, or equivalent
Successful completion of the Graduate Certificate in Dementia Care provides 24 credit points of advanced standing towards the Master of Science (Dementia Care).
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