This programme will provide you with an advanced introduction to sociology and you will develop a critical understanding of the discipline.
Why this programme
◾This programme will develop your knowledge of the different theoretical and analytical approaches in sociology, together with knowledge of empirical studies in social research, while enabling you to focus in depth upon particular areas of sociology. ◾You will also be given some research methods training.
You will take two core and four optional courses. You will also produce a sustained account of research in a chosen area, and conduct empirical research in that area, through a dissertation project.
Core courses ◾Current issues in social theory ◾Methods of social research.
Optional courses ◾A public social science ◾Class and stratification ◾Gender relations ◾Improving health and social outcomes ◾Introduction to social theory for researchers ◾Racism and modernity ◾Sexualities and society ◾The disabling society.
You will need to take at least three courses from this list. One additional course may be chosen from other subjects within the School of Social & Political Sciences.
By the end of the programme, you will have a variety of skills useful in the contemporary labour market. These include critical thinking, appreciation of the impact of institutions, including how people mediate them, and the ability to conduct research and utilise data.
Sociology - MSc
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