MSc in Paediatric Emergency Medicine

Programme structure

This is a part-time online postgraduate programme, run over three years.

This is a professional postgraduate qualification from the University for clinicians managing medical emergencies in children. We have a single intake of students in September of each year.

Credit allocation for awards

  1. Certificate: completion of year one, 60 credits.
  2. Diploma: completion of year two, 60 credits.
  3. Masters: completion of year three, 60 credits.

You will be required to complete the core modules within a 12 month period in order to be awarded a Postgraduate Certificate in Paediatric Emergency Medicine.

For students to be awarded an MSc in Paediatric Emergency Medicine, they will have successfully completed years one and two with the accumulation of 120 credits before undertaking year three which includes one compulsory course and a specialised reflective elements which lead to the accumulation of 180 credits.

The University may recognise credits from equivalent courses in other universities; if you wish to explore this possibility contact the programme administrator.