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During this course we introduce you to social research methods and strategies, and the supporting theories and philosophies. You can also develop areas of specialist interests and integrate these into your methodological training. Read more

During this course we introduce you to social research methods and strategies, and the supporting theories and philosophies. You can also develop areas of specialist interests and integrate these into your methodological training. On a number of the modules, you meet and discuss research issues with students from our other MRes courses and doctoral level researchers.

This course is for you if you have a first degree in any discipline within social sciences and plan to

  • work in areas of social policy and sociology
  • carry out research in these and related subject areas such as health, crime and policing, leisure and education policy, town planning or environmental studies.

If you are already working in the field, you and your current employer may see this course as a professional development opportunity, giving you the skills to further your career and current practice.

Our staff are currently involved in research areas including

  • labour market and occupational studies
  • public health
  • discourse and identities
  • European, international and comparative politics and policy
  • social statistics
  • policing studies
  • criminology
  • urban studies
  • labour history
  • drug use and rehabilitation
  • housing studies
  • environment and sustainability
  • visual ethnography
  • education and social class
  • poverty and inclusion
  • ethnicity and religion
  • media and impact on diversity and equality
  • social activism
  • sexualities and gender
  • teenage pregnancy and parenting
  • youth studies, youth work and volunteering
  • work and family life
  • charities, volunteering and the non-profit sector.

You study a range of research methodologies throughout the course including • interview-based narrative and biographical research • case study and ethnography • media analysis • surveying and sampling • statistical analysis of large data sets. You critique current developments in research methodology then design and conduct your own pieces of original research.

The MRes includes a research-based dissertation, which may become a pilot study towards a PhD. Several recent MRes students have gone onto doctoral level study, in fields such as education and inequality, and activism and sport.

For an informal discussion about this course, please contact Dr Bob Jeffery by e-mail at

This course is hosted by the Faculty of Development and Society Graduate School. The Graduate School website provides a communication hub for students and staff engaged in research, information about our research work, and useful contact information.

You can take individual modules as short courses or combine them towards a PgDip/PgCert Research Methods in Sociology, Planning and Policy.

Course design

You need 180 credits for the MRes

You choose up to 120 credits from the following modules:

  • qualitative methodologies and interviewing skills
  • qualitative research designs and ethnography
  • discourse and linguistic theory and analysis
  • survey design
  • introduction to survey analysis
  • multivariate statistical analysis
  • philosophies of research and design
  • research philosophies in today's sociology

You may choose to substitute 30 credits from another course within our MRes programme.

To gain the MRes you must present a 60-credit research-based dissertation in an area of your choice. This piece of work is supervised by our staff and gives you the opportunity to demonstrate the skills you have learned and your understanding of the research process and philosophies.

Assessment

  • essays
  • research projects
  • presentations
  • research proposals

Employability

This course gives you the skills needed to carry out independent research. You learn to consider the research problems and associated ethical issues, select a suitable approach, and design and conduct your study. The skills and knowledge you gain are in great demand by many organisations. The Economic and Social Research Council have noted that there is a significant lack of the high-level skills in statistical analysis provided by this course.

Our previous graduates have begun various careers including

  • staff nurse for BMI General Healthcare – Thornbury Hospital, Sheffield
  • research administrator – Graduate Centre, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield
  • high executive officer – Department for Education and Employment, Sheffield
  • trainee probation officer – National Probation Service, Nottingham
  • research fellow and lecturer – Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield

Others have moved into PhD research.



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A higher degree by research involves training in research methods and a laboratory based high level scientific investigation. The nature of the work and the time it takes to finish the research means a research degree is demanding and needs great commitment. Read more

A higher degree by research involves training in research methods and a laboratory based high level scientific investigation. The nature of the work and the time it takes to finish the research means a research degree is demanding and needs great commitment.

Your research takes place with the Biomolecular Sciences Research Centre (BMRC). The BMRC has been established for over 15 years. We have over 40 postgraduate students enrolled on MPhil/PhD programmes, as well as a number of postdoctoral research assistants. This provides an active and stimulating research environment.

Whilst studying, postgraduate students are encouraged and supported to present their latest research findings at national and international conferences as part of the BMRC. You must present your results in a thesis, explain the methods used in your research and defend them in a viva voce examination.

To get an MPhil you must critically investigate and evaluate an approved topic and display an understanding of suitable research methods.

BMRC staff work in collaboration with UK and international scientists as well as clinical colleagues at a number of UK hospitals.

We have a broad range of facilities including

  • Q-TOF-MS with electrospray and imaging MALDI options along with LC and associated equipment for proteomic analysis
  • synaption mobility mass spectrometer
  • single cell recording electrophysiology laboratory
  • real time PCR
  • flow cytometer with cell sorter
  • cell culture facilities for bacterial and mammalian cells
  • confocal microscopy suite
  • DNA microarray scanner
  • biacore facility
  • NMR

In the 2008 RAE Assessment, the BMRC was submitted under Unit of Assessment 12 - Allied Health Professions and Studies - which included 21 staff from BMRC and eight from the Centre for Health and Social Care. 65 per cent of the research in the joint submission was considered to be internationally recognised. When measured by the quality of its research and weighted by the number of staff submitted in this unit of assessment, Sheffield Hallam University was rated 16th out of the 42 post-92 universities who submitted (figure obtained from Research Professional). In terms of the publications submitted for consideration by the RAE panel, 75 per cent of these were of an international standard.

Evidence of the growth in research activity in the BMRC between RAE 2001 and RAE 2008 is the doubling of the number of staff returned in 2008 compared with 2001 and a three-fold increase in income. We currently have six postdoctoral researchers and 40 PhD students in BMRC, with 30 successful PhD awards being made during the period 2008-13.

Split MPhil option for international students

A split MPhil is a research degree programme for international students wishing to study from their home country university. You register for a Sheffield Hallam University MPhil degree and spend some time studying in Sheffield but are substantially based in your home country.

The balance of study between Sheffield Hallam and the overseas university is agreed between you and your supervisors, depending on the needs of your research programme, but will not exceed three months per annum in UK.

The benefits for students studying on the split scheme include

  • you can complete fieldwork or laboratory work in your home country, in an area directly linked to your professional or career development interests
  • access to local facilities and supervisory support in your home country combined with the expert supervisory guidance of our academic staff
  • short, intensive periods of face-to-face working with a dedicated supervisory team in Sheffield, while enjoying the educational, social and cultural benefits of studying in the UK

Course structure

Research training

When you begin your research, we allocate you a director of studies and a supervisor. Regular meetings between you and your supervisors are scheduled, with targets set for written and oral presentation of research progress.

The research courses include:

University student induction

We designed this to give you the information you need to successfully begin your research at the University.

Research methods module

This module develops generic research skills including:

  • critical analysis and evaluation of technical written material
  • information retrieval and storage
  • research presentation, report writing and refereeing
  • quantitative methods and appropriate IT skills
  • project planning and management
  • research ethics, including online epigeum training

Bioscience Forum

You have to attend relevant seminars from the Bioscience Forum series.

Assessment

Thesis followed by viva voce examination.

Employability

Research degrees are a vital qualification for most academic careers, and for professional specialisation and development in an existing or planned career.



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This course is for practising engineers or new graduates who want to become technical specialists developing engineering solutions for the food and drink industry. Read more
This course is for practising engineers or new graduates who want to become technical specialists developing engineering solutions for the food and drink industry. It is suited to graduates with a mechanical, electrical, food science or technology background.

Through a combination of management, food, and technical modules, you focus on areas of need identified by industry. These include:
-Lean and supply chain.
-Food processing.
-Environmental management.
-Sustainability.
-Automation, control and robotics.
-Process efficiency.
-Food quality and safety.
-Manufacturing and process improvement.
-Packaging and maintenance.

You gain experience of designing experiments and testing food engineering systems in our specialist engineering and food laboratories. By applying your technical knowledge to practical challenges faced by industry, you build the skills to develop innovative solutions to problems. You also learn how these techniques can improve product quality and reduce environmental impact while maintaining industrial competitiveness.

During the course you attend guest lectures from industry experts, and work on real life case studies and projects. You also experience advanced level research by taking part in real life studies. This means your learning is based in the real world of industry and increases your employability when you graduate.

During the course you complete a consultancy project. Recent masters level projects have covered topics such as:
-The use of robotics to automatically peel a grape
-Voice controlled automation for the packaging of food products
-Innovative machine vision techniques to determine the condition of fruit

Students have also completed projects spanning areas of food engineering such as:
-Innovative packaging design.
-Sustainable processing.
-The modelling of complex fluid flows.
-The reclamation of energy using innovative heat exchangers.

The course is supported by our new National Centre of Excellence for Food Engineering, which has been developed with the food and drink industry and is guided by a board of industry members.

Professional recognition

This course is delivered by Sheffield Hallam University working in partnership with the National Skills Academy for Food and Drink and the Food and Drink Federation.

Course structure

Full time – 1 year.
Part time – 2 years study plus a work-based project.
Starts September and January.

Core modules
-Sustainability, energy and environmental management
-Lean operations and six sigma
-Contemporary issues in food operation
-Food processing, safety and quality management
-Industrial automation
-Manufacturing systems
-Processing and packaging machinery
-Consultancy project and dissertation
This module combines the various technical and managerial strands of the course into a major piece of research with an element of originality. This involves working with the Centre for Food Engineering and its industrial partners on projects relating to key sector challenges. The project typically takes approximately 600 hours to complete and deepens the knowledge gained in the taught components of the course.

Optional modules
You choose one from: advanced control methods; equipment engineering and design; rheology and multi-phase flow.

Assessment: coursework, group project, examinations, dissertation.

Other course requirements

Overseas students
-India – a first class BE in an relevant discipline or a good second class BE with a strong performance in core engineering subjects.
-China – a four year Bachelor degree in a relevant discipline with an overall average of at least 80 per cent or equivalent.
-Other countries – a good honours degree or equivalent in a relevant subject.
Applicants from countries whose first language is not English must normally produce evidence of competence in English. An IELTS score of 6.0 with 5.5 in all skills is the standard for non-native speakers of English. If your English language skill is currently below the required level we recommend you consider a Sheffield Hallam University Pre-sessional English course which will enable you to achieve an equivalent English level.

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Choose this pre-masters course if you are an international student (non-native speaker of English) planning on studying for a masters in business, management, finance or related studies. Read more
Choose this pre-masters course if you are an international student (non-native speaker of English) planning on studying for a masters in business, management, finance or related studies. You improve your English language proficiency and business knowledge to a level which allows you entry onto selected postgraduate courses. The course provides an equal balance of English language development and knowledge of business, management and finance.

You have the opportunity to carry out research projects with local and regional organisations, which will be an enriching cultural experience and enhance your employment prospects.

Successfully completing the course enables you to choose from a range of postgraduate courses to suit your interests and career development needs. These are available at Sheffield Hallam and other academic institutions.

Sheffield Business School runs postgraduate courses in:
-Accounting, banking and finance.
-Business and management.
-Food and nutrition.
-Tourism, hospitality and events.

If you successfully complete this course you will be eligible for a 25% discount on your fees on a full-time Sheffield Business School postgraduate beginning in September.

For more information, see the website: https://www.shu.ac.uk/study-here/find-a-course/graduate-diploma-business-and-english-premasters-course

Course structure

Full time – 33 weeks. January to August for masters courses starting in September.

Course content
Language development and academic skills modules
-Academic English
-Study and research skills for business

Business modules
-Contemporary business management practice
-Financial business management

Assessment: coursework, project work, individual assignments, group projects, oral presentations, timed assessments.

Other admission details

If you successfully complete this course, we will make you an unconditional offer to study one of our postgraduate courses in:
-Business and management.
-Facilities management.
-Finance.
-Food and nutrition.
-Languages.
-Tourism, hospitality and events management.
If your English language skill is currently below IELTS 5.5 we recommend you consider a Sheffield Hallam University Pre-sessional English course which will enable you to achieve an equivalent English score in order to progress onto the Graduate Diploma in Business and English. Students who pass a Sheffield Hallam University Pre-sessional English course will receive a 10% discount on the course fee for the Graduate Diploma in Business and English.

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Over six core modules, two electives and a dissertation, you explore and critique key concepts and models in public health theory, policy and practice. Read more

Over six core modules, two electives and a dissertation, you explore and critique key concepts and models in public health theory, policy and practice.

The course is interesting to

  • (public) health practitioners currently working in the UK or overseas: each year, the cohort has been made up of around 60% overseas students from all over the world alongside students from a range of public health organisations in the local area. If you currently work in a public health role you can gain academic credit for work based learning in the public health practice elective
  • practitioners not in a public health role, but working in organisations with a (potential) public health remit, for example local authorities, housing associations, schools, social services, criminal justice system, voluntary and community organisations
  • practitioners working with population groups who experience inequality, for example people with disabilities, older people, asylum seekers and refugees, people who are unemployed, people with mental health conditions, people with chronic illness, and who wish to explore these communities in a public health context.
  • students who have just completed their undergraduate studies in a related discipline. In the past we have had students from social work, education, sports science, food and nutrition, nursing and a range of professions allied to medicine.

You explore the links between policy, evidence and practice and you address key questions including

  • how is the health of individuals, groups and populations determined?
  • who is responsible for health and what is the role of the government?
  • how can health be promoted?
  • which skills are required for health promotion and developing the public health agenda?
  • what are the implications of emerging agendas?

The course builds on the growing importance of health promotion, public health, and health and community development on local, national and international levels.

You learn how successful management of public health requires development of critical approaches to theory, practice, and outcome measurement. We give you the knowledge and skills to be more effective in your role.

You develop knowledge in the 10 key public health competencies and standards needed to join the UK Voluntary Register for Public Health specialists. This registration allows you to work at a senior level in public health.

These include • strategic leadership for health • working with and for communities • developing health programmes and services • reducing inequalities.

Work experience

If you don’t already work in this sector, we work closely with local health organisations and may be able to provide you with access to work experience that will help you get the most out of your studies and improve your chances of find a job after the course.

International students are most welcome on this course. At Sheffield Hallam University we provide international students with a wealth of support, from pre-arrival right up to, and including, study support whilst you are studying here. Please see the International Experience Team webpage for more information.

Course structure

Full-time – 18 months (four modules a semester plus dissertation)

Part-time – typically three years (two modules a semester plus dissertation). Part-time students attend four hours a week on campus during the day. 

Design

Each of the modules is an independent module of study and can be taken alone. The core modules do, however, have a number of themes developed across them. These include

  • tackling inequalities in health
  • the relationship between policy, evidence and public health practice
  • local, national and international perspectives in health

Core modules

  • Health promotion principles, policy and practice
  • Inequality, health and poverty
  • Health, culture and public health development work
  • Public health evidence
  • Foundation of epidemiology A
  • Foundation of epidemiology B
  • Infectious diseases and long term conditions
  • Dissertation

Options

Choose one from

  • Public health nutrition
  • Public health practice

Assessment

Students are assessed using a variety of methods: reports, presentations, book reviews and essays and for all but three assessment tasks students are able to choose a public health topic and/or population group on which to focus their work. There are no examinations.

Employability

By successfully completing this course, you may find that it makes it easier to gain promotion, or enter jobs in public health departments of primary care trusts. Previous graduates have gained roles such as teenage pregnancy coordinator, health promotion specialist and five-a-day co-ordinator. Others have joined local authorities, the voluntary sector such as Agewell, and become Sure Start managers.

A number of graduates have remained in their roles as health visitors, public health nurses or midwives, working more strategically and in more depth. Overseas students have used the qualification to work successfully in their own countries. Some people have taken the course to work towards becoming a nurse consultant.

The course also provides an excellent foundation for further academic study including PhDs.



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The Sheffield Hallam Executive MBA (Education) is designed to give you the skills, knowledge and experience to advance your career into senior management. Read more
The Sheffield Hallam Executive MBA (Education) is designed to give you the skills, knowledge and experience to advance your career into senior management.

The course is ideal if you are a member of the senior leadership team in an educational organisation, or aspire to be, and have a responsibility for finance, HR, systems and other resources, marketing or other business support functions. It is designed for people who work in:
-Academies, academy chains, teaching school alliances, schools or children's centres.
-Further and higher education institutions.
-Health related education settings.
-Local authorities and other organisations working with children and families in the public sector.

This unique course enables you to develop your leadership and management knowledge and skills within the context of education. You complete a mix of core MBA modules and specialist educational leadership modules. The specialist modules help you to understand the strategic and ethical issues involved with management within an educational setting.

We tailor assignments and projects to the needs of your organisation or your own areas of interest, which maximises the value of your studies. Your organisation also has the opportunity to provide input into your learning and contribute to your development. To be a successful leader, you need to understand, implement and integrate the current fundamental concepts of management, and have insights from differing professional perspectives. You gain this knowledge on our course by studying core MBA subjects within four integrated modules.

Completing an integrated module means that instead of studying a topic such as finance in isolation, you study finance together with marketing and decision making. Our approach replicates the real world where strategic decisions will span multiple business areas, providing you with a richer and more realistic learning experience.

The core MBA modules are complemented by a range of educational leadership modules that enable you to tailor the course content to your career needs. You also complete a consultancy project that involves investigating a current major issue from within your organisation.

As you progress through the course you apply your learning by problem-solving real or simulated case studies. This helps you to identify and deal with links and tensions between different areas of an organisation.

You enhance your leadership skills by encountering and managing varying, often competing, perspectives on management issues. Case studies enable you to practice and assess the impact of real-time decision making, embedding and demonstrating the skills you need during your career.

During the course you can:
-Build your skills in coaching, negotiating and influencing.
-Attend guest lectures from leading experts who provide unique insights into management within an educational setting.
-Create a portfolio of work so you can evidence your learning and development.

For more information, see the website: https://www.shu.ac.uk/study-here/find-a-course/executive-mba-education

Flexible course design

The course is designed to be flexible so that you can work comfortably with your existing commitments. We use university-based block study with self managed study time, so you can easily complete the course from anywhere within the UK or overseas. You can also study modules as and when it is suits you, enabling you to progress at a pace that meets your needs.

Multi-professional learning community

When you study an Executive MBA at Sheffield Hallam University you join a learning community of managers and leaders from across a range of professions and industry backgrounds. This provides you with excellent networking opportunities and you can benefit from seeing different perspectives and solutions to managerial challenges. Within our Executive MBA programme we also run routes in business, psychology and the built environment.

Critical self-awareness and tailored coaching

At the diploma stage of the course, you have the opportunity to complete psychometric testing, which can help you increase your critical self-awareness, better understand your skills and identify areas for development.

Professional recognition

This course is accredited by the Chartered Management Institute and successful graduates gain Chartered Manager status (subject to application).

Course structure

3 years – University-based study blocks
Each module involves a three-day study block and self-managed study time. You complete:
-Year One – four modules.
-Year Two – three modules plus work-based project.
-Year Three – one module plus dissertation or consultancy project.

This flexible attendance means that the course has minimal impact on your work or personal time and you can be based anywhere in the UK or overseas. Starts February. If you would like to discuss the start date options, please email the course leader, Dr Steven Pattinson

Course structure
Year One: managing strategy; strategic marketing management and decision making; choose two options.

Year Two: strategic global human resource management and decision making; developing personal and professional leadership practice; choose two options.

Year Three: research and consultancy methods; dissertation or organisational project.

Educational leadership options:
-Leadership of learning through the workforce
-Leadership of learning through data and institutional improvement strategies
-Leadership in partnerships and networks
-Educational leadership of change

Assessment: modules are assessed through portfolios which may be made up from a number of tasks.

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The Sheffield Hallam Executive MBA (Built Environment) is designed to give you the skills, knowledge and experience to advance your career into senior management. Read more
The Sheffield Hallam Executive MBA (Built Environment) is designed to give you the skills, knowledge and experience to advance your career into senior management.

This unique course encompasses aspects of housing, regeneration and construction and meets the needs of senior managers operating in today’s built environment sectors. The course focuses on developing leading edge knowledge and skill sets, improving your ability to successfully lead and manage organisations in an ever changing and increasingly competitive environment.

The course is ideal if you are a member of the senior leadership team in a built environment organisation, or aspire to be, and have a responsibility for finance, HR, systems and other resources, marketing or other business support functions.

It is designed for people who work in:
-The commercial, not for profit and public sectors.
-Organisations involved in the design, development, construction and management of the built environment.

We tailor assignments and projects to the needs of your organisation or your own areas of interest, which maximises the value of your studies. Your organisation also has the opportunity to provide input into your learning and contribute to your development.

To be a successful leader, you need to understand, implement and integrate the current fundamental concepts of management, and have insights from differing professional perspectives. You gain this knowledge on our course by studying core MBA subjects within four integrated modules.

Completing an integrated module means that instead of studying a topic such as finance in isolation, you study finance together with marketing and decision making. Our approach replicates the real world where strategic decisions will span multiple business areas, providing you with a richer and more realistic learning experience.

The core MBA modules are complemented by a range of built environment modules that enable you to tailor the course content to your career needs. You also complete a dissertation/consultancy project that involves investigating a current major issue from within your organisation.

As you progress through the course you apply your learning by problem-solving real or simulated case studies. This helps you to identify and deal with links and tensions between different areas of an organisation.

You enhance your leadership skills by encountering and managing varying, often competing, perspectives on management issues. Case studies enable you to practice and assess the impact of real-time decision making, embedding and demonstrating the skills you need during your career.

You also have the opportunity to attend a European or international field trip to study international urban development perspectives and practice, and to work on collaborative interdisciplinary project.

During the course you:
-Build your skills in coaching, negotiating and influencing.
-Attend guest lectures from leading experts who provide unique insights into management within a built environment related setting.
-Create a portfolio of work so you can evidence your learning and development.

For more information, see the website: https://www.shu.ac.uk/study-here/find-a-course/executive-mba-built-environment

Flexible course design

The course is designed to be flexible so that you can work comfortably with your existing commitments. We use university-based block study with self managed study time, so you can easily complete the course from anywhere within the UK or overseas. You can also study modules as and when it is suits you, enabling you to progress at a pace that meets your needs.

Multi-professional learning community

When you study an Executive MBA at Sheffield Hallam University you join a learning community of managers and leaders from across a range of professions and industry backgrounds. This provides you with excellent networking opportunities and you can benefit from seeing different perspectives and solutions to managerial challenges. Within our Executive MBA programme we also run routes in business, education and psychology.

Critical self-awareness

At the diploma stage of the course, you have the opportunity to complete psychometric testing, which can help you increase your critical self-awareness, better understand your skills and identify areas for development.

Professional recognition

This course is accredited by the Chartered Management Institute and successful graduates gain Chartered Manager status (subject to application).

Course structure

3 years – University-based study blocks.
Each module involves a three-day study block and self-managed study time. You complete:
-Year One – four modules.
-Year Two – three modules plus work-based project.
-Year Three – one module plus dissertation or consultancy project.

This flexible attendance means that the course has minimal impact on your work or personal time and you can be based anywhere in the UK or overseas. Starts February. If you would like to discuss the start date options, please email the course leader, Dr Steven Pattinson

Year One
-MBA core modules: managing strategy; strategic marketing management and decision making.
-Built environment core modules: leadership, partnership and change; management information systems.

Year Two
-MBA core modules: strategic global human resource management and decision-making; developing personal and professional leadership practice.
-Built environment options, choose one from: innovative value management; strategic project management; strategic property asset management AND ONE FROM international contract procurement; global interdisciplinary perspectives and practice.

Year Three
-MBA core modules: research and consultancy methods; dissertation or consultancy project.

Assessment: modules are assessed through portfolios which may be made up from a number of tasks.

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The Sheffield Hallam Executive MBA (Psychology) is designed to give you the skills, knowledge and experience to advance your career into senior management. Read more
The Sheffield Hallam Executive MBA (Psychology) is designed to give you the skills, knowledge and experience to advance your career into senior management. It enables you to learn more about the science of human thinking and behaviour and how it applies to leadership and business development.

This course is suitable for professionals who are part of a management or leadership team, or have strong aspirations to achieve senior career progression. The diverse applications for psychology in the workplace mean that this course has relevance across a wide range of business and industry sectors. The course is ideal if you work in:
-Senior leadership.
-Business development.
-Human resources.
-Marketing and sales.
-Interface between people and technologies or machines.

On this course you complete a mix of core MBA modules and specialist psychology modules. The specialist modules enable you to develop a detailed appreciation for the significance of human psychology in the workplace, including the psychology of personality, cognition, and social behaviours. It also helps you to explore the application of psychological insight to the benefit of individuals and the organisation.

We tailor assignments and projects to the needs of your organisation or your own areas of interest, which maximises the value of your studies. Your organisation also has the opportunity to provide input into your learning and contribute to your development.
To be a successful leader, you need to understand, implement and integrate the current fundamental concepts of management, and have insights from differing professional perspectives. You gain this knowledge on our course by studying core MBA subjects within four integrated modules.

Completing an integrated module means that instead of studying a topic such as finance in isolation, you study finance together with marketing and decision making. Our approach replicates the real world where strategic decisions span multiple business areas, providing you with a richer and more realistic learning experience.

The core MBA modules are complemented by a range of psychology modules that enable you to tailor the course content to your career needs. You also complete a consultancy project that involves investigating a current major issue from within your organisation.
As you progress through the course you apply your learning by problem-solving real or simulated case studies. This helps you to identify and deal with links and tensions between different areas of an organisation.

You enhance your leadership skills by encountering and managing varying, often competing, perspectives on management issues. Case studies enable you to practice and assess the impact of real-time decision making, embedding and demonstrating the skills you need during your career. During the course you can
-Build your skills in coaching, negotiating and influencing.
-Attend guest lectures from leading experts who provide unique insights into psychology and management.
-Develop an evidence-base so you can demonstrate your senior leadership ability.

Flexible course design

The course is designed to be flexible so that you can work comfortably with your existing commitments. We use university-based block study with self managed study time, so you can easily complete the course from anywhere within the UK or overseas. You can also study modules as and when it is suits you, enabling you to progress at a pace that meets your needs.

Multi-professional learning community

When you study an Executive MBA at Sheffield Hallam University you join a learning community of managers and leaders from across a range of professions and industry backgrounds. This provides you with excellent networking opportunities and you can benefit from seeing different perspectives and solutions to managerial challenges. Within our Executive MBA programme we also run routes in business, education and the built environment.

Critical self-awareness and tailored coaching

At the diploma stage of the course, you have the opportunity to complete psychometric testing, which can help you increase your critical self-awareness, better understand your skills and identify areas for development.

Professional recognition

This course is accredited by the Chartered Management Institute and successful graduates gain Chartered Manager status (subject to application). Approved by the British Psychological Society Learning Centre for the purposes of continuing professional development (CPD).

For more information, see the website: https://www.shu.ac.uk/study-here/find-a-course/executive-mba-psychology

Course structure

3 years – University-based study blocks. Each module involves a three-day study block and self-managed study time. You complete:
-Year One – four modules.
-Year Two – three modules plus work-based project.
-Year Three – one module plus dissertation or consultancy project.

This flexible attendance means that the course has minimal impact on your work or personal time and you can be based anywhere in the UK or overseas. Starts February If you would like to discuss the start date options, please email the course leader, Dr Steven Pattinson

Course structure
Year One: managing strategy; strategic marketing management and decision making; two options.

Year Two: strategic global human resource management and decision making; developing personal and professional leadership practice; two options.

Year Three: research and consultancy methods; dissertation or organisational project.

Psychology options: introduction to organisational psychology; human factors/design of the work environment; individual differences, training and development; the psychology of leadership and change.

Assessment: modules are assessed through portfolios which may be made up from a number of tasks.

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This is a technically oriented course for programmers interested in the technology of games. It is suitable for people seeking employment in programming roles within the games industry. Read more

This is a technically oriented course for programmers interested in the technology of games. It is suitable for people seeking employment in programming roles within the games industry.

The course focuses on the implementation of real-time 3D applications using the C++ programming language in order to develop your understanding of 3D rendering and shader programming techniques.

You also study low-level hardware architectures for optimisation, including the novel architectures of games consoles and how to exploit them. We teach you project management techniques, including the stages of game production and the structure and operation of the games industry.

This course benefits from strong industry links with companies like Sony Computer Entertainment and Sumo Digital and industry accreditation from Creative Skillset and PlayStation®First. The lecturers have many decades of commercial games industry experience between them and share a passion for developing the next generation of talent.

PlayStation®First

This course is part of the PlayStation®First Academic Partnership Programme offered by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) and has been awarded PlayStation®First status by fostering best practise in game related development skills across PlayStation® platforms. The programme provides unique access to PlayStation® professional development hardware (dev kits) and software (SDK) to equip students with industry relevant game development skills across PlayStation®4, PlayStation®3, PlayStation®Vita and PlayStation®Portable.

The Steel Minions

Sheffield Hallam University has its own commercially-licensed game studio which provides workplace simulation to students on the University's games degrees. It was the first university studio in the UK to release its own PlayStation® title and has a range of PlayStation, iOS and Android games in development.

Professional recognition

This course is accredited by Creative Skillset (the Creative Industries' Sector Skills Council) and TIGA (The Independent Game Developers Association).

Course structure

Postgraduate certificate modules

  • C++ boot camp
  • Graphics and animation
  • Hardware-oriented software engineering
  • Software studio planning

Postgraduate diploma modules

  • Special techniques for graphics and animation
  • Game development practice
  • Multi-processing and parallel technologies

MSc modules

  • Research methods
  • Individual project

Assessment

  • PgCert – continuous assessment
  • PgDip – continuous assessment involving a large group-based industrial project
  • MSc – 25% continuous assessment and 75% individual research project

Employability

Good games software graduates are in high demand, and our course has been developed to meet the needs of the booming entertainment software industry.

We actively support your collaboration with external companies on your practical software development projects. This gives you real experience while learning and could lead directly to you gaining a job with one of these companies.



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This course prepares you to enter an exciting and vibrant industry encompassing conferences and exhibitions, cultural and sporting events, festivals and personal events. Read more

This course prepares you to enter an exciting and vibrant industry encompassing conferences and exhibitions, cultural and sporting events, festivals and personal events. You study how these are planned, managed and evaluated.

The focus of the course is on the strategic role events play in a modern society, and how they contribute to organisational and community objectives. The most recent evolutions in event strategy are at the core of the course, based on the research of our 25-strong academic research team.

Sheffield Hallam University is one of the top providers of events courses in the UK. As a founder member of the Association of Event Management Educators (AEME), we are involved in establishing academic benchmarks in events education. This innovative course has an innovative format based on a new learning and assessment strategy that puts you at its centre.

You take three core modules designed to replicate the real world, where problems are solved in an integrated way. Instead of studying topics such as events marketing, finance or operations separately, you learn how strategic decisions involve multiple business areas at once. You gain experience problem-solving real or simulated case studies, working with live projects and real clients.

You also choose an option module and complete a work-based-learning module focusing on the event sector of your interest. You are supported by our teaching team, who have a variety of professional backgrounds.

Every year 300 large events take place in Yorkshire, including sporting, cultural, arts, and festival events. We have strong relationships with event organisers, so you have the chance to gain experience behind the scenes at many of these events. Our students were recently involved in • the Grand Depart for the Tour De France • the Children's Media Conference • Sheffield Doc/Fest • Sheffield's Chinese New Year celebrations.

We have strong links with the events community and are founders of the Events Hub, an informal and friendly community where practitioners come together to share experiences and ideas.

The placement option offers you an additional opportunity to develop your practical skills, either in the UK or abroad. We help you gain a placement by running employability workshops and have dedicated placement team to support you. Placement opportunities exist in organisations such as • the Ritz-Carlton Hotel • Martins Food Ltd • Gleneagles Hotel and Resort • Wanlin Dance School • the World Duty Free Group.

The course is based on the following principles

  • excellent student experience
  • business engagement and employability – through the work-related learning module and the industry mentor scheme
  • flexibility – through option modules and the bespoke work-related learning module

Course structure

Full-time

September start – typically 12 months or 18 to 24 months with optional work experience

January start – typically 15 months

Part-time

typically three years

Core modules

  • Business and management strategy (30 credits)
  • Strategic events creation (30 credits)
  • Delivering successful business events (30 credits)
  • Work-related learning (15 credits)
  • Research methods (15 credits)
  • Dissertation (45 credits)

Options

You also choose one module from

September start modules*

  • international cultural events
  • major events policy and planning
  • outdoor experiential events.

January start modules*

  • international cultural events
  • major events policy and planning
  • outdoor experiential events.

* To be confirmed

Assessment

  • essays
  • management projects
  • problem solving exercises
  • group work
  • dissertation

Employability

The events industry is an increasingly competitive marketplace. This makes a postgraduate qualification a valuable asset for employees as it demonstrates their ability and specialised skills and knowledge.

Opportunities for industry-qualified professionals are extensive in private, voluntary or government organisations. These range from large multinationals to small family businesses and public authorities.

There are excellent career opportunities in organisations including • conference and exhibition centres • hotels • events agencies • government agencies • associations and other third sector organisations • corporate businesses.

You can also continue with further study by completing a PhD or Doctorate in Business Administration.



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If you’re a recent graduate or career-minded professional, this course can offer you the combination of a higher academic and a professional qualification designed to enhance your career prospects and make you stand out to prospective employers. Read more
If you’re a recent graduate or career-minded professional, this course can offer you the combination of a higher academic and a professional qualification designed to enhance your career prospects and make you stand out to prospective employers.

We combine Cisco certification training with masters level teaching. You can also take associated Cisco exams to become a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). Your first attempt at taking the examinations is free of charge.

During the first nine months, you study intensively at the University. This allows you to:
-Gain a thorough understanding of current best practice in the theory and application of leading edge networking technologies using associated tools and techniques.
-Improve your employment and career potential by combining academic study and professional training.
-Develop your professional and managerial skills in IT systems in organisations.
-Gain an insight into how businesses use different networking and IT technologies to meet their needs.

In the last three months, you study a research module and do a research project leading to a dissertation.

For more information, see the website: https://www.shu.ac.uk/study-here/find-a-course/msc-networking-professional-incorporating-cisco-certificate-training

Professional recognition

The course involves Cisco training and you can take the associated Cisco certification examinations. These lead to the award of Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).

Course structure

Full time – 12-18 months.
Part time – 3 years.
Starts September and January.

IT professional modules
-Study skills
-Industrial expertise
-Research principles

Networking modules
-LAN design and implementation
-Internetworking switches and routers
-WAN design and implementation

Other modules
-IT project management
-Web application design and modelling
-Network security

Assessment: assessment is by: essays; technical reports; presentations; group work; demonstrations; online tests; research projects.

Other admission requirements

If your English language skill is currently below an IELTS score of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in all skills we recommend you consider a Sheffield Hallam University Pre-sessional English course which will enable you to achieve an equivalent English level.

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This course is one of a very few aimed at mid-career professionals wishing to make the move to senior management within industrial and manufacturing organisations. Read more

This course is one of a very few aimed at mid-career professionals wishing to make the move to senior management within industrial and manufacturing organisations.

We designed it to provide the business expertise essential for senior managers by combining specific engineering subjects with managing technology and manufacturing systems.

You examine the latest business thinking and gain expert knowledge of engineering and technology issues and theories.

We combine topics such as

  • finance
  • marketing
  • management strategy

with modern industrial issues such as

  • project and quality management
  • manufacturing effectiveness
  • advanced manufacturing technology
  • supply chain management.

This mix of subjects reflects the challenges faced by today’s traditional manufacturing organisations.

The course includes the SAP Production Planning e-academy (USCM4e). You also have the opportunity to sit the SAP certification at extra cost.

Sheffield Hallam University is a SAP Student Academy and a founding member of the SAP University Alliance.

Why study for an MBA?

The role of the engineer is changing and in an industrial company the engineer is likely to be the manager who has to implement new practices and technologies.

In this role you are likely to be the primary instigator of change in the organisation and for this you need specific skills and knowledge. It is important that you widen your knowledge and skills in management areas if you are to be and effective senior manager in a manufacturing industry.

This course complements your technical degree by completing your education in the wider areas of management that usually include subjects such as • finance • marketing • human resource management • lean operations • management strategy. It also enables you to progress quickly in your career – usually through fast track promotion into very senior management posts.

Professional recognition

This course is accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) on behalf of the Engineering Council and will meet, in part, the exemplifying academic benchmark requirements for registration as a Chartered Engineer. Accredited MSc graduates who also have a BEng (Hons) accredited for CEng, will be able to show that they have satisfied the educational base for CEng registration. It should be noted that graduates from an accredited MSc programme, who do not also have an appropriately accredited Honours degree, will not be regarded as having the exemplifying qualifications for professional registration as a Chartered Engineer with the Engineering Council; and will need to have their first qualification individually assessed through the Individual Case Procedure if they wish to progress to CEng.

Course structure

Full time - September start - typically 12 or 18 months

Full time - January start - typically 12 or 18 months

Part time - September start - typically 36 months

Part time - January start - typically 36 months

Core modules

  • sustainability, energy and environmental management
  • finance and marketing
  • lean operations and six sigma
  • project and quality management
  • manufacturing systems
  • management of strategy, change and innovation
  • advanced manufacturing technology
  • global supply chain and manufacturing strategy

MBA

  • project and dissertation (60 credits)

Assessment

By final examination, coursework and project reports               

Employability

As an MBA graduate you will be well-versed in management knowledge, skills and techniques, as well as technical engineering abilities. Both your sponsoring company and you benefit from the knowledge you gain, both during and after the course.

An MBA gives you the confidence to apply your skills to develop strategies for growth for your employer, giving you a much sought after edge in your career progression.



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Gain an expert understanding of palliative and end of life care and its aims to achieve the best quality of life for patients facing life-threatening illness on this course. Read more

Gain an expert understanding of palliative and end of life care and its aims to achieve the best quality of life for patients facing life-threatening illness on this course. You also learn how to give vital treatment for their condition. Your studies focus on a holistic approach to symptom management for the patient and psychological, social and spiritual support for the patient and their family.

This course is ideal for experienced practitioners providing day-to-day care to patients in their homes, hospitals, hospices and nursing homes.

We have designed this course to make it easy to fit around your work and suit your professional needs. You can tailor your studies to your needs and area of practice, through a mix of core and optional modules. And you complete your studies via distance learning through our online learning environment allowing you to learn in the way most suited to your personal circumstances.

The course was developed by a multiprofessional team for a multiprofessional workforce. The learning, teaching and assessment strategies reflect the interprofessional working in supportive and palliative care helping develop more effective teamwork. Various professionals contribute to the teaching.

An academic supervisor will support your dissertation, on a topic which we work with you to devise. Dissertations can benefit you and your employer through implementation of your research findings. Study at this level also develops autonomous practice in professionals, improving their leadership skills and ability to implement service developments.

PgCert End of Life Care

If you don't want to complete the full MSc, you can stop your studies at the end of year one and receive the PgCert End of Life Care. You can rejoin and complete the MSc at a later date if you wish.

Recognition of previous certificated learning

We encourage the awarding of academic credit for previous certificated study that you may have completed in this area. This means you could be exempt from some modules, gaining your award in a shorter time.

Study individual modules

You can study individual modules from this course and gain academic credit towards a qualification. Visit our continuing professional development website for more information.

Course structure

The postgraduate certificate (PgCert) is achieved by successfully completing 60 credits.

The postgraduate diploma (PgDip) is achieved by successfully completing 120 credits.

The masters (MSc) award is achieved by successfully completing 180 credits.

Postgraduate certificate core modules

  • End of life decision making (30 credits)
  • Loss, grief and bereavement (15 credits)
  • Complexities of symptom management (15 credits)

Postgraduate diploma core modules

  • Collaborative working in supportive and palliative care (15 credits)
  • Research methods for practice (15 credits)

Postgraduate diploma optional modules

30 credits from either Sheffield Hallam University or elsewhere, as long as they are relevant to the course. Examples include:

  • Psychology of cancer care (30 credits)
  • Advanced communication and information in supportive care (30 credits)
  • Informed consent in healthcare practice (15 credits)

Our full range of module options is available on our continuing professional development website.

Masters

  • Dissertation (60 credits)

Assessment

  • assignments
  • seminar presentation
  • group work

Employability

We support and develop your potential to progress your career, either in your current organisation or with a new employer. With our advice, you can pursue areas of specialist interest and take modules relevant to your future career.

Graduates from this course gain the skills and knowledge to work in senior nursing and other specialist supportive and palliative care roles, including

  • Macmillan information and support radiographer
  • hospice inpatient nurse manager
  • lead nurse or consultant nurse
  • specialist practitioner, such as physiotherapist, occupational therapist, social worker or speech and language therapist working in supportive and palliative care


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Gain the knowledge and practical skills needed to develop methods to determine the levels of active ingredients and contaminants in pharmaceutical preparations. Read more

Gain the knowledge and practical skills needed to develop methods to determine the levels of active ingredients and contaminants in pharmaceutical preparations.

You learn the skills of an analyst and become familiar with the principles of modern instrumental analytical techniques, analytical methods and statistics. You learn how to conduct your tests according to regulations which demand that you work under a strict quality assurance and quality control regime.

Because we have designed the course in close consultation with the pharmaceutical industry, your training is excellent preparation for a career in the industry. In addition to giving input on course structure, industrial practitioners deliver lectures on a variety of topics which relate to industry. You can take modules individually for continuing professional development.

Your laboratory work is carried out in our teaching laboratories which are extensively equipped with the latest models of analytical instruments such as HPLCs and GCs. We also have excellent research facilities where you have access to more sophisticated equipment, such as NMR and a suite of various types of mass spectrometers, which are used in taught modules and research projects.

As a student, you

  • gain knowledge and practical skills to operate commonly used analytical laboratory instruments
  • become familiar with automated approaches to analysis and process analytical technology
  • apply good experimental design techniques and use statistical methods for data evaluation
  • develop your knowledge of validated analysis methods for determining chemical compounds and elements in a range of sample types
  • understand the principles and practice of laboratory quality systems
  • interpret mass spectra and nuclear magnetic resonance data.

Course structure

The masters (MSc) award is achieved by successfully completing 180 credits.

The postgraduate certificate (PgCert) is achieved by successfully completing 60 credits.

The postgraduate diploma (PgDip) is achieved by successfully completing 120 credits.

Core modules:

  • Quality issues, laboratory accreditation and the analytical approach (15 credits)
  • Separation, detection and online techniques (15 credits)
  • Pharmaceutical drug development (15 credits)
  • Drug detection and analysis (15 credits)
  • Methods for analysis of molecular structure (15 credits)
  • Process analytical technology (15 credits)
  • Professional development (15 credits)
  • Research methods and statistics (15 credits)
  • Research project (60 credits)

Assessment

Mostly by coursework including

  • problem solving exercises
  • case studies
  • practical laboratory work
  • written examinations.

Research project assessment includes a written report and viva voce. 

Employability

You improve your career prospects in areas such as • pharmaceutical research and drug development • medical research in universities and hospitals • care products • biotechnology companies • government research agencies.

It also offers you the training and knowledge to go on to research at PhD level in pharmacology, biotechnology pharmaceutical and analytical science.

How we support your career

Sheffield Hallam University is committed to the employability of its students. That’s why we design so many of our courses with employers. Find out how we can support your career.



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Gain both theoretical and applied knowledge of clinical cognitive neuroscience. Read more

Gain both theoretical and applied knowledge of clinical cognitive neuroscience. Cognitive neuroscience combines techniques and skills including psychometric testing, electroencephalography (EEG), eye tracking and imaging techniques – for application to neuropathological and healthy groups in clinical, academic or biomedical settings. Various neurobiological mechanisms of cognitive and perceptual functions with demonstration of practical recordings, as well as psychology experimental software are taught on the course.

This course is ideal if you

  • are a graduate with an applied or pure science degree including psychology, biosciences and nursing, and want to pursue a research, clinical or biomedical career in neuroscience
  • work in a related area and wish to formalise and develop your skills, knowledge and expertise as part of continuing professional development
  • want to open alternative career pathways
  • are an EU or international student with the appropriate background and qualifications.

The course gives you the knowledge and skills to evaluate cognitive and brain function and dysfunction in healthy and neuropathological groups. You learn to understand the important ethical issues involved in neuroscientific research targeted at various age groups and people with range of cognitive abilities, as well as developmental disorders.

You have an opportunity to learn psychophysiological recording techniques, including electrocardiogram (ECG), Skin Conductance (SC), performance speed and accuracy, as well as perceptual mechanisms using Eprime, Martlab and other specialist software.

We also build your research skills enabling you to work as an independent researcher in this area. You have the opportunity to attend workshops run by experts from relevant professions and fields of work. Examples include private clinical consultants, NHS neuropsychologist, teaching staff from the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology course at the University of Sheffield and alumni from our course working in academia and the private sector.

Our specialist learning resources include psychometric measures for assessing cognitive function and 3D model brains for understanding neuroanatomy. You learn to use specialist equipment including • EEG • transcranial magnetic stimulation • analysis of Biopack • structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data • visuo-psychophysics equipment.

Some lectures are taught by guest tutors including clinical psychologists and neuroimaging experts.

You are automatically affiliated with our Brain, Behaviour and Cognition Research Group, which

  • delivers targeted neuroscience workshops
  • organises subject specific presentations
  • has regular research meetings
  • has strong collaborative links with other institutions.

International students are most welcome on this course. At Sheffield Hallam University we provide international students with a wealth of support, from pre-arrival right up to, and including, study support while you are studying here. Please see the International Experience Team webpage for more information.

Course structure

Full-time – one year

Part-time – typically one day per week for two years

Core modules

  • Neursopsychopharmacology
  • Neuron to neuropathology
  • Cognitive neuroscience methods
  • Electrophysiology
  • Perception and cognition across the lifespan
  • Research dissertation

Assessment

  • coursework
  • seminar activities
  • examinations
  • dissertation

Employability

This course gives you the skills to work in both academic and clinical settings with healthy population and diverse neuropathological groups.

Graduates have the skills and knowledge to work in roles involved in assessing and evaluating cognitive function and dysfunction in healthy ageing across the lifespan and patient groups including people with Parkinson’s disease, head injury, dementia, and other neuropathological conditions.

During the course you benefit from employability sessions, where our alumni currently working in academia or industry, clinical psychologists and professionals from private research companies discuss possible career choices.

You may find roles in academic and clinical contexts using methods of neuroscience such as • functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) • structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) • electroencephalogram (EEG) • transcranial magnetic stimulation • eye tracking techniques • visual psychophysics.

You can also complete further cognitive neuroscience postgraduate academic work.



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