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Interested in an area of study or course we don’t currently offer?


At the University of South Wales, we continually develop and design courses to offer learning opportunities that reflect today’s student needs and tomorrow’s employer demands. Our courses are designed by people who offer jobs – and taught by people who have real work experience. 

Whilst we continue to anticipate, adapt and improve the courses offered at the University, we want to share our new and developing portfolio of courses with future students.

We encourage anyone who is interested in studying one of the listed subject areas to register their interest to receive up-to-date information about the course, module fees, and start date, as and when they develop and become available.



UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

Climate change and the environmental challenges that society faces have never been higher on the political agenda. Our course will focus on future solutions to the problems of climate change and environmental sustainability. 

Our challenge-led programme has a curriculum designed around local, national and global challenges for sustainability. You will learn through engagement in project work and assignments including areas such as: climate change adaptation, renewable resource management, sustainable energy solutions, carbon emissions reduction, contaminated land redevelopment, conservation and ecosystem services management.

Intended start: September 2022 | Intended delivery: Full-time / Part-time

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This degree will be aimed at individuals working towards becoming a qualified occupational therapist on a part-time basis. Subject to validation, the intention is that graduates will become eligible to apply for professional registration to actively practice as a qualified occupational therapist upon graduation. 

Course content will focus on building the fundamental knowledge and skills within occupational therapy to prepare students for professional practice. Modules will cover a range of topics including approach and techniques, therapy intervention, promoting health and wellbeing and leadership and management in occupational therapy.

Intended start: September 2022 | Intended delivery: Part-time

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This degree is aimed at individuals who have an interest in anaesthetics, surgery and patient care who wish to gain professional registration to practice as a qualified Operating Department Practitioner working in operating departments or any other healthcare settings where anaesthetic or surgical intervention is required (subject to approval). 

Course content will focus on the foundations of Operating Department Practice including anatomy and physiology, anaesthetic practice, surgical practice and health and safety. Modules will cover a variety of topics ranging from clinical practice to legal and ethical issues, patient monitoring, and  post-op care.

Intended start: September 2022 | Intended delivery: Full-time

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This degree will be aimed at individuals looking to qualify as a physiotherapist on a part-time basis. Subject to validation, the intention is that graduates will become eligible to apply to the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) for registration which means you will be licenced to practice as a qualified physiotherapist after graduating.

Course content will focus on improving physical and mental health and wellbeing through the promotion of movement, activity and exercise, and social interaction. Modules will cover a range of topics from clinical practice, professional, legal and ethical issues in healthcare and leading and managing quality care.

Intended start: September 2022 | Intended delivery: Part-time

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A trailblazing accelerated two-year degree for those seeking flexible and accessible study in professional policing. This new degree is designed to meet all the core requirements of the National Police Curriculum for the College of Policing’s pre-join degree in Professional Policing (subject to validation), which is a recognised route into the police service, within two years of study.

The course will be delivered through a blended learning experience with synchronous and asynchronous study, allowing you to manage your degree around your existing commitments. The course will also be delivered academics from the policing profession, with a wealth of operational knowledge and research expertise.

Intended start: September 2022 | Intended delivery: Distance learning

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POSTGRADUATE COURSES

This online Masters will be aimed at individuals wishing to pursue a career as a professional psychologist or within research or academia. The course will provide graduates from any discipline with a mechanism for gaining Graduate Basis for Chartership with the British Psychological Society (subject to approval and successful course completion).

The MSc will be delivered entirely online and will be initially available for part-time study in September 2022 (a full-time route will commence in September 2023). Modules will cover a range of themes including psychological investigation in practice, social psychology, lifespan development and brain and cognition.

Intended start: September 2022 | Intended delivery: Distance learning

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