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Political Psychology MSc


Course Description

Overview

The MSc in Political Psychology is an exciting new programme exploring the relationships between political and psychological processes. By combining modules from the Schools of Psychology and the School of Politics and International Relations the programme offers a unique interdisciplinary focus on key current issues in political psychology.

Information about the existing interdisciplinary research on the links between psychological processes and politics, is available from the Kent Political Psychology Lab website - http://www.kent.ac.uk/psychology/research/political/index.html

Course structure

The MSc in Political Psychology is likely to be composed of 5 compulsory modules and 1 optional module. Modules will be taught both at the School of Psychology and the School of Politics and International Relations. Compulsory modules will cover introduction to political psychology, advanced intergroup relations, public opinion, statistics and methods as well as a supervised empirical dissertation.

This is a brand new programme and the course structure is currently under development. Further details about the course structure will be published as soon as they become available.

Visit the Political Psychology MSc page on the University of Kent website for more details!

Entry Requirements

A final degree classification (grade average) of at least a 2.1 or Merit in the UK system (the second highest classification after First/Distinction). Results from institutions in other countries will be assessed individually according to this standard. The programme assumes basic training in statistics and methods (more details to follow). Your existing degree does not have to be in psychology or political science, as long as the statistics training requirement is met.

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