100% online MSc Psychology of Mental Health and Wellbeing
Equip yourself for a successful career in mental health and wellbeing with a 100% online Master’s from a QAA-commended university
- 180 credits
- 2 years part-time
- £7,200 total fees
- QAA-commended university
- Complete your 100% online MSc within 24 months
- Commendation from Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education
- 85% of research ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally important’ (latest REF)
- Over 150 industry partners
- Option to pay per module
- Alumni discount available
Reinvent your Career
An online conversion Master’s for individuals who may not have a background in mental health.
The 100% online MSc Psychology of Mental Health and Wellbeing has been designed for individuals who are looking to launch a career in (or related to) mental health and wellbeing and who may not be from a mental health background.
The psychology Master’s course empowers you to innovatively and creatively apply the specialist knowledge and skills that you will learn to address current issues in psychology and mental health. It is rooted in a positive approach to mental wellbeing and an awareness of cultural factors affecting mental health.
Interactive and Supportive Student Experience
A rich learning experience based on collaboration and proactive student support.
Throughout your studies on the online MSc Psychology of Mental Health and Wellbeing, you will be part of a vibrant online community of tutors and fellow learners, interacting continuously via discussion boards and forums. You will collaborate with peers from across the world in group activities, learning from the diverse insights of others and making potentially important additions to your global professional network.
You will be proactively supported throughout your studies by a dedicated student success coordinator, who will help you with a range of elements of the study process, including onboarding, module selection and registration, scheduling key dates, amongst many others.
Because this psychology Master’s is delivered entirely online, it can be studied from anywhere in the UK and anywhere in the world. It can be completed entirely from home or at any other location of your choosing, on a wide range of desktop and mobile devices.
You can access the course content at the times that work for you, on demand, and therefore fit your studies around work and family. This is key because it enables you to continue to earn in a current role and means that you don’t need to put your life on hold in order to study.
What you will learn
Studying the online MSc Psychology of Mental Health and Wellbeing, you will develop the specialist knowledge and skills of mental health practitioners, exploring key areas including clinical psychology, counselling psychology and mental health online. You will also gain a comprehensive knowledge base in other psychological disciplines, relating to historical and contemporary approaches to understanding a wide range of human behaviour.
Knowledge and skills taught include:
- Clinical and counselling psychology
- Mental health online
- Social psychology
- Developmental psychology
- Psychology of learning
- Personality and individual differences
- Psychology of social interaction
- Psychology of everyday life
- Research methods and statistics
Teaching and Research Excellence
A psychology department with an innovative and research-led culture and philosophy.
The unique culture that our Department of Psychology has engendered is built around innovation, creative thinking and rigorous, impactful research – with every individual and idea encouraged and valued. This has contributed to our research credentials, with 85% of research recognised as ‘world-leading’ or ‘of international importance’. The teaching excellence of the University was also recognised in the form of a commendation from the Quality Assurance Agency – the highest accolade that can be awarded to a university.
Through partnerships with business, hospitals, government, prisons and charities, our highly skilled academic team has created a learning economy that has fed into and shaped both our culture and our online psychology courses.
You should normally have, or be about to complete:
- A 2.2 recognised undergraduate or postgraduate degree (or equivalent qualification) from an accredited college, institution or university, equivalent to or higher than a UK Bachelor honours degree qualification.
If you are based in the UK, you may be eligible for a government postgraduate loan to cover the full costs of the course.
University of Wolverhampton alumni discount: if you have successfully completed an undergraduate degree at Wolverhampton, you are eligible for a 10% tuition fees reduction.