MSc in Creative Arts and Mental Health

Saturday, 12 May 2018

Queen Mary’s London and the Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine's Centre for Psychiatry are offering a new MA reflecting critically on the ways in which art and performance can be used to investigate and to engage the public with experiences of mental health and the mental health system. It is an attempt to offer a distinctive interdisciplinary approach to exploring mental health. You will engage with the history, theory, and practice of performance in relation to all aspects of mental health care practices in national and international contexts.

This partnership allows a distinctive interdisciplinary approach to exploring mental health. You will engage with the history, theory, and practice of performance in relation to all aspects of mental health care practices in national and international contexts.

Directed at education professionals, artists, scholars, and mental health practitioners, the programme offers you the chance to network with others in the field, expand your knowledge base, and develop your skills for working in the arts sector. You will be fully equipped to go on to pursue doctoral research or careers in a range of sectors.

Structure

You will take these compulsory modules:

In addition, you will take a Research Methods module which culminates in a 10-15,000 word dissertation on a topic of your choice.

You will also choose an additional performance or placement Drama module from a list that currently includes:

Flexibility

A variety of modes of study are offered to suit your existing workloads and lifestyles. The MSc can be studied full-time in one year or part-time in two years.

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