Investigate the challenges that face our rapidly evolving but delicately balanced world.
Development is an inherently political process of change that tests human relationships. By exploring these relationships you’ll see the connections between violent and non-violent conflict, processes of development, and how they relate to the governance of our modern world.
You’ll get to examine key conflict and development case studies and apply major theories of international development to deepen your understanding of local, national and global processes of change as part of this dynamic course.
Enjoy vibrant discussions and debate across two core modules that are designed to draw the very most from our department’s in-depth research experience, which spans the Middle East, Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, South-East Asia and Eastern Europe.
It’s a course that attracts students with experience in conflict and development practice from around the world, so you also learn and benefit from each other’s knowledge and experience.
Modules You'll study two core modules: -Theories and Policies of Development Governance -Conflict and Development
Plus, four optional modules from a range of subjects.
During the summer term and vacation you will consolidate your interests in a 12,000 word dissertation on a topic of your choice.
From social and political research to journalism, marketing and HR, a masters degree in Conflict, Governance & Development leads to a broad range of career opportunities. You might find yourself working for: -Central or local government -Non-governmental organisations -Community and voluntary organisations -A Social enterprise -A university -Accountancy and banking orgs -Law firms -Media companies -International and global development bodies / organisations