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  Global Ethics and Justice (Distance Learning) - MSc

Online University of Birmingham    School of Philosophy, Theology and Religion

Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full time, up to 3 years part time
Philosophy (28) Sociology (33)

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Are you passionate about global justice and ethics? The MSc Global Ethics and Justice (Distance Learning) programme at the University of Birmingham offers an exciting opportunity to explore key global issues such as climate change, international trade, and war, and apply ethical theories to these areas. Delivered by the Department of Philosophy, this programme provides a flexible learning experience that allows you to study at your own pace from the comfort of your home. With a range of core modules and the option to choose your dissertation topic, you can tailor your studies to suit your interests. No matter your academic background, this programme welcomes applicants from diverse disciplines. Join us and gain the skills and knowledge to pursue a career in NGOs, public or private sectors, or research positions. Don't miss the chance to make a difference in a globalized world.

About the course

Are you looking to explore Global Justice topics such as international trade, climate change, war, and biomedical science and apply ethical theories to these areas?

The MSc Global Ethics and Justice will develop your knowledge of key global issues, and provide you with conceptual and analytical frameworks to enable you to understand and reflect on the ethical dimensions of these issues. It offers a range of core modules which provide a foundation for your studies, with the opportunity to apply your learning to areas of specific interest through your choice of dissertation topic.

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Entry Requirements

The programme allows for multi-disciplinary entry. You need an upper second-class Honours degree, or equivalent, preferably in Philosophy or another relevant subject (e.g. Theology, Sociology), or a Joint Honours degree of which Philosophy or another relevant subject is a component.

If your undergraduate degree is in another subject, you are still very welcome to apply. We consider every application on its merits and we are happy to consider applicants with diverse academic backgrounds. Your level of academic achievement, letters of reference, and personal statement will all have strong influence on our decision.

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Where is University of Birmingham


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