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Masters Degrees in Applied Sociology

We have 222 Masters Degrees in Applied Sociology

Masters degrees in Applied Sociology are about using sociological principles and concepts to address everyday issues and problems. This normally means that these courses take a more practical approach than their ‘pure’ Sociology counterparts.

Programmes are usually a Master of Arts (MA) or a Master of Science (MSc), but there are also opportunities to complete an MRes in Applied Sociology. Related subjects include Criminology and Social Research Methods.

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If you’re passionate about countering Cybercrime and terrorism, we want to hear from you! . The Applied Criminal Justice and Criminology programme will be of interest to those who are interested in both cybercrime and cybersecurity more generally as well as those seeking specialist study of terrorism. Read more
This programme invites you to think systematically about the social world, how it is changing, the challenges and how we as individuals and groups organise, rationalise and assimilate our response. Read more
available as . Full-time. available as . Part-time. Develop a deep insight into crime and what causes criminal behaviour by studying this uniquely practical and applied course. Read more
This taught postgraduate programme offers an exciting opportunity to engage with the sociological analysis of the varied and multi­faceted contemporary global inequalities and policy landscape. Read more
This course examines Criminology and criminal justice in their widest sense to include consideration of issues such as human rights, politics, international relations and social policy. Read more
How do social networks hold together or keep apart families and communities, or boost creativity in firms? And how do personal ties influence your health, career, or your choice of a partner?. Read more
What methods are used to discover how people behave, what they believe and what opinions they hold? What sort of sampling techniques are needed to access different types of population? What is the best way to design a questionnaire?. Read more
Criminology at Kingston is embedded within a vibrant and multi-disciplinary department. Read more
Policy-making in all sectors has become more data driven. Advanced training in issues of data use, data sharing, transparency, and accountability are important for both the public and private sectors. Read more
This MRes programme provides social science graduates from any discipline with the opportunity to extend their research skills to advanced postgraduate level. Read more
Studying Criminology at Kent provides you with the opportunity to study advanced criminological theory and to look at how this is applied to criminal justice and social policy in an ever-evolving global context. Read more
The course was one of the first to take an internationally comparative perspective across a broad range of criminology and criminal justice issues. It is designed to meet the needs of three groups of potential students. Read more
Course Overview. Our MSc Child Protection and Adult Safeguarding is now more relevant than ever, with recent changes in safeguarding legislation (i.e. Read more
Description. This course critically addresses a range of key issues and debates relating to crime and the criminal justice system. Read more
The MSc Criminology will equip you with the substantive and methodological skills to understand contemporary crime and criminal justice policies and practices. Read more

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