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Are you a non-law graduate looking for a law conversion course to get up to speed with a range of legal concepts? This course offers you the opportunity to gain a Masters in Law so you’re prepared for many different career options. Read more
The University of Sussex’s Corruption and Governance MA is the only Masters to bring academic analysis from law, anthropology, economics, development studies, sociology and political science to the study of corruption and anti-corruption training. Read more
Explore an exciting blend of criminology and criminal justice subjects and address key contemporary questions and debates. By studying criminological theory and policy you’ll see how conceptual frameworks can be applied to thinking about crime and society. Read more
This is a unique, interdisciplinary MA in queer studies. Since 1991, the course has brought together dynamic, engaged students and faculty to develop cutting-edge research on sexuality. You’ll learn to bring a radical, contemporary, global approach to the study of sexuality. Read more
Criminologists investigate the causes, consequences and reactions to crime – and this course gives you experience of designing, analysing and evaluating criminal justice and crime control strategies. Read more
The MA (Hons) in International Relations will teach you to explore issues such as the origins of war and peace, the making of foreign policy, trade regimes, international terrorism, human rights, international law, and the interaction of political and economic development. Read more
Become an innovative and visionary business leader when you apply for the MA in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. For a limited time, you can save 10% on your fees when you apply before 30 June 2021! Terms and conditions apply*. Read more
Messages and viewpoints are all around us at all times. Political parties, public and governmental institutions, pressure groups, charities and NGOs shape messages in particular ways, advocating viewpoints and constructing campaigns to influence public opinion, specific audiences and policymakers. Read more