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  MSc - Social Inequalities and Research Methods


University of Warwick    Department of Sociology

Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full time, 2 years part time Award winner
Anthropology (2) Geography (17) Politics & Government (30) Sociology (33)

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Are you passionate about understanding social inequality? The MSc in Social Inequalities and Research Methods at Warwick Sociology is the perfect programme for you. Delve into the theoretical aspects of social inequality and gain cutting-edge research skills to study its causes and effects. Explore key topics such as social class, race, gender, and health. You'll develop expertise in qualitative and quantitative research methods, with the opportunity to specialize in your chosen area for your dissertation. With small class sizes and dedicated supervisors, you'll receive personalized guidance. Join us and unlock a world of career opportunities in academia, research, and beyond.

About the course

The Social Inequalities and Research Methods MSc is a wide-ranging course for students interested in social inequality and who wish to develop the skills necessary to examine it. Join Warwick Sociology to develop theoretical awareness of the social processes that generate social inequality, and a set of cutting-edge research skills and methodologies to empirically study its causes and effects.

Teaching

This MSc course has three core modules which will be studied alongside a range of optional modules. You will be required to choose three optional modules.

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Entry Requirements

An Upper Second Class (2:1) honours degree or equivalent.




Fees

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