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The discipline of Counselling is still forming within the field of the Social Sciences and Humanities; many new exciting research developments have opened up, and the interdisciplinary approach which underpins this programme, offers to contemporary trainee Counselling practitioners a fusion of new and traditional approaches backed by research. Read more
This MA pathway combines close reading of canonical and non-canonical writers with interdisciplinary study of the broader culture of the 18th and early 19th centuries, examining the history of literature and criticism alongside developments in philosophy, politics, history, and other art forms. Read more
Gaming and multimedia have assumed an important place in our society, giving rise to a booming industry with turnovers exceeding those of the movie industry and generating leaps in computer software and hardware development. Read more
The MLitt in International Security Studies introduces international security through traditional and critical approaches. Students will learn to cultivate their own voice by engaging with different theoretical approaches and empirical case studies. . Read more
The Psychology curriculum consists of a series of modules or courses. Every course covers one specific psychological theme. All of the activities that you will undertake during this course, i.e. Read more
This programme provides practical, career-orientated training in social science research methods, including research design, data collection and data analysis relating to both qualitative and quantitative modes of inquiry. Read more
Navigate new adventures in sound on this award-winning, industry-accredited MA. Bring your existing knowledge and experience to analyse radio from a theoretical and practical perspective. Read more
Our specialist Business Management and marketing courses will help you to excel in the job market and become a leader in your field.
Applying behavioural economics to real-world problems is becoming increasingly widespread. The main findings from behavioural economics are that individuals deviate from optimal behaviour in a consistent and regular manner. Read more
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Harness the power of language and develop your distinctive voice as a writer. . It was Hull where Philip Larkin lived and worked at the University's Bryon Jones Library for 30 years, writing most of his best work. Read more