- Two-year part-time taught postgraduate degree
- Draws on international best practice and research
- Designed in cooperation with the disability and research sectors
- Develop your capacity to provide professional services to a range of client groups with disabilities
- Guest lectures delivered by highly experienced practitioners
A two-year, part-time taught postgraduate degree, the MSc in Rehabilitation and Disability Studies was developed for professionals working in the disability area. The course adopts a broad definition of disability and so will be of interest to individuals working in physical/sensory disability, intellectual disability, mental health and related sectors. Disability Studies comprises the history of disability, experiences of disability, and an array of policy, social, and rehabilitative interventions. You will develop an understanding of disability and rehabilitation theory, research and practice, both at a national and international level. You will explore the emerging field of disability studies – the interdisciplinary and scholarly exploration of all aspects of disability. You will develop your capacity to provide professional services to a range of client groups. You will acquire conceptual and practical skills that inform your professional practice.