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Housing Masters Pathway

This specialist programme is a 'pathway' within the MSc Professional Health and Social Care


Who is the MSc (Housing) for?

The Housing programme is attractive to anyone working in a health and social care setting with the desire to build their knowledge and practical experience through relevant multi-professional learning and research.

The Housing pathway has been designed for occupational therapists and associated disciplines who are involved in assessing people's housing needs and contribute to the design of effective and evidence based housing adaptations.


What does the MSc (Housing) offer?

The Housing Pathways programme gives health and social care professionals the chance to advance their knowledge and practice in Housing as well as grounding their learning in their own practical experiences.

There is a central focus on service delivery, patient user/experience and outcomes and higher level professional experience.


What will I study?

The Housing programme's flexibility enables you to fit your learning around work and life commitments, choosing how long you take to study.

To complete the MSc (Housing) you must complete the following modules:

  • Introduction to Accessible Housing
  • Evaluation of Accessible Housing and Enabling Environments
  • Evidence Based Practice
  • Use of Research Methods for Health Professionals
  • Dissertation


Modules can be taken as stand alone learning opportunities.  See our current programme of CPD and Masters modules for Health and Social Care Professionals.


If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us:

T: 01904 876431

E: hlscpd@yorksj.ac.uk