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24 August 2017
Why choose this course:
On this course you will:
• Develop your understanding of human behaviour and behaviour change • Increase your confidence in your skills and abilities to create an environment that fosters behaviour change in relation to wellbeing, safety, or the natural environment • Underpin your current work with theory and practical ways forward • Study an original and innovative course with a topical, commended curriculum.
About the course:
If you’re a professional wishing to underpin your work with theory and practical ways forward, or a graduate wishing to specialise in behaviour change or add social science to your skill set, this course is for you.
Our MSc Behaviour Change is the first masters course of its kind. The course will provide you with psychological theories and models so that you can develop a greater understanding of human behaviour and behaviour change. You’ll acquire the knowledge and transferable skills required to critically evaluate and design interventions that provide opportunities for people to change in a variety of practical contexts.
You’ll be taught by an enthusiastic and experienced team of research-active psychologists and ergonomists. We share a passion for promoting applied evidence-based science relevant to the understanding and promotion of behaviour change.
We offer three pathways to a masters award in Behaviour Change: MSc Behaviour Change (Health and Wellbeing) MSc Behaviour Change (Occupational Health and Safety) MSc Behaviour Change (Ergonomics and Human Factors)
You’ll study one module per term (three modules per year). You can do either the full MSc in your chosen pathway over three years, or take a step off award after one year (Postgraduate Certificate) or after two years (Postgraduate Diploma in your chosen pathway). Although the three pathways share several modules, they are distinctive and tailored to the specific needs of students on each specific pathway. For all module coursework, you’re encouraged to focus on specific contexts that matter to you and your practical experience. At the start of year two, you study a pathway-specific module, and in your masters research project, you’ll identify a research issue related to behaviour change relevant to your chosen pathway.
If you’d like to find out more about either of the three pathways, please contact Dr Sigrid Lipka (email: [email protected]; tel: 01332 593052).