Master of Science
The ETPH provides participants with the opportunity to study a flexible Master of Science (MSc) in Agrifood and Healthcare subject areas.
Our MSc qualifications have been developed in conjunction with the Agrifood Industry or NHS Pharmacy Services and are designed with an ethos of workplace learning.
Academic Credits Required: 180 (120 taught & 60 credit research project)
Candidates will usually be expected to have a first degree (minimum of second class) in a science subject. However, relevant workplace experience may be accepted as qualification for entry to this programme. Contact Us for further information.
Dependent on particular programme and location of study. Please refer to the individual course pages for further details.
Avg. Timescale: 3 – 5 Years
“This programme was one of the best things that has happened in my life. It definitely exceeded my aims and expectation. It’s a perfect option for people like me who want to study and work at the same time, for their professional development and their careers. “My studies have given me so much confidence and up-to-date knowledge and experience. The structure of the EPTH modules, using distance learning and contact time, worked well for me (and for my employer) and the independent learning that was a key part of the assignment work in each module required me to engage with academic work in a way that I had neglected for many years. “I brought all the knowledge gained from the modules back to the business and it is now used as part of day-to-day operations.”
Artem Trufanov, Head of Technical at Nourisher Food & Drinks Ltd.
Choose Your MSc Course:
The MSc in Sustainable Food Quality for Health offers industry professionals the opportunity to develop their professional roles and to implement an independent programme of research within the workplace.
A flexible pathway of taught modules delivers training that crosses traditional skill disciplines within the fields of food and agricultural science and the MSc programme brings the opportunity to engage in critical reflection upon existing scientific literature and current state-of-the-art research findings towards the planning and execution of original industry-based research.
Practising healthcare professionals can apply to study this flexible, taught, workplace-based master’s degree, which combines a range of optional and compulsory modules to suit their learning needs. If you already have postgraduate academic credits from other healthcare-based courses — such as PGCert/Dip in Pharmacy Practice, PGDip in Physician Associate Studies, PGCert in Independent Prescribing, or another healthcare-related subject — you will be able to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to join the programme partway through.
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