A master's level qualification in physiotherapy can be awarded in two ways.
You can choose a research master's by thesis, or as a clinical master's by papers which are endorsed in a particular area of speciality.
Research master's by thesis
The School of Physiotherapy's research master's programme consists of:
- PHTY 501 or an approved paper worth 30 points
- PHTY 610
- A thesis (67% component) embodying the results of one year of full-time or equivalent part-time supervised research (unendorsed option).
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Clinical Master's (endorsed)
The School of Physiotherapy's Clinical Master's (endorsed) consists of:
- Six approved papers from the schedule for the area of specialisation concerned, to a total value of 180 points.