You can study Modules as Stand Alone Credit Only Modules at Level 6 (degree) or Level 7 (Masters).
UEA no longer offer the BSc Enhanced Professional Practice programme to new applicants. For any existing students on the programme wishing to select modules please contact email@example.com.
If you already have a degree, you will need to select CPD Single Modules at Level 7.
How do I know which level of study to choose when applying for level 6/7 Modules?
If you have not studied at university recently here is some information about academic levels and typical qualifications to assist you with selecting the correct level of study.
What entry criteria do I need to be able to study?
For accessing the modules at level 7
Demonstrate evidence of recent study and readiness for level 7 learning. For example do you have at least one of the following:
- Have you completed one or more level 6 modules and achieved a pass and feel ready to move up to the next academic level?
- Do you already have a 1st degree (BSc/BA/BEd) or a Masters qualification?
- You will be an experienced and confident practitioner ready to take the next step in your career and academic development. You will have been proactive and selfdirected in continuing your learning and accessing evidence to support your practice.
For accessing the modules at level 6
- Maybe you have completed a Foundation Degree or Diploma of Higher Education (both the latter are level 5)?
- Have you completed and passed CPD modules at level 5 and feel ready to take the next step?
- You will be an experienced and confident practitioner ready to take the next step in your career and academic development, who keeps abreast of current practice developments.
Your application will be assessed and reviewed to ensure you have selected the correct level.
In order to enable your success we would generally suggest that if you haven’t undertaken academic study for over 5 years that you are probably wise to apply for level 6.
You can find full information on how to apply for CPD courses using our guidance below: