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Master's Degree in Sensory Integration
MSc - what is it?
MSc stands for a Master of Science degree and is a Master’s level postgraduate qualification that requires the production of a longer, investigative written piece (dissertation).
This is your key qualification if you wish to practise as an Advanced Sensory Integration Practitioner. After successfully passing all four of the constituent modules, you will gain a Master of Science Degree in Sensory Integration accredited by the UK’s Sheffield Hallam University.
Postgraduate Student Loans available for MSc course completed within 4 years. Conditions apply.
Completion Period: 3 to 7 years
Support: Personal eMentor / Clinical Mentor
For more information and to book your place on the MSc in SI, see here.
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These are the constituent modules: click on each title for more information about the module content, hours, assessment and credits:
SI Module 1: Foundations and Neuroscience (30 credits)
SI Module 4: Advanced Practice (30 credits)
SI Module 5: Researching for Practice (15 credits)
SI Module 6: Dissertation (45 credits)