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This MSc degree will provide you with the analytical understanding and knowledge to lead the agenda for prevention of two of the world's most pressing issues, the politics of violence and radicalisation at the national and global scale. Read more
This programme provides dynamic and interdisciplinary analysis into fields, theories and concepts of violence, terrorism, and security. Read more
The Distance Learning MLitt in Terrorism and Political Violence is a part-time taught postgraduate programme run by the School of International Relations. Read more
Our Crime, Violence and Prevention MSc degree will appeal to practitioners and students interested in a range of professions including policing, probation, prison service work, social work and many new areas in third and private sector security, and outsourced support for offenders, vulnerable adults and young people. Read more
Examine the impact of being abusive or being abused. You will look at theoretical perspectives considering abusiveness and its impact in different international, cultural and social contexts. Read more
How do politics dictate war and peace? How has conflict shaped politics? What can we do about humanitarian intervention? This distance learning degree isn’t just about asking the critical questions – it’s about making critical progress. Read more
Minimising conflict, violence and aggression within educational, health and social care settings, particularly mental health and forensic settings, has become an integral part of the professionals role. Read more
Applicants apply for the. MSc Violence, Conflict and Development. programme but can decide to follow the Palestine Pathway upon arrival by choosing the combination of modules required for this pathway (see Structure tab). Read more
Please note, this course is currently subject to approval. What is the human experience – and cost – of war? Looking beyond the dates and battlefield details of typical military history, this MA raises urgent questions about why societies go to war. Read more
The School of History at Kent has lively, research-led postgraduate communities across a range of historical areas and topics. Students play an active role, with the opportunity to work alongside academics recognised as experts in their respective fields. Ranked 8th nationally for research intensity in the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF), 99% of the School’s research was judged to be of international quality.
Ranked 1st in the world for development studies in the QS University World Rankings, there are few better places to study the global issues of our time than at The University of Sussex.