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University of Southampton, Full Time Masters Degrees in Sociology

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Summary. This programme allows you to combine advanced-level training in sociology and social policy. Read more

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This programme allows you to combine advanced-level training in sociology and social policy. The combination allows you to acquire substantive knowledge about the nature of social needs, the emergence and reactions to social problems, and the contested, political boundaries between the individual and the state, across two complementary disciplines. Choose from the quantitative, the qualitative or the substantive pathway: this means you have a broad choice of modules.

Modules

Modules from (depending on pathway): Understanding Modernity; International Social Policy; Understanding Social Change; International Social Welfare; Philosophy of Social Science Research; Research Design and Practice; Quantitative Methods; Qualitative Methods; Project Modules 1 and 2 (from a range of specialist options) Plus dissertation.

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Summary. This ESRC-accredited programme offers advanced conceptual and methodological training in sociological research and analysis. Read more

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This ESRC-accredited programme offers advanced conceptual and methodological training in sociological research and analysis. In addition to providing you with the skills to conduct research in a variety of professional contexts, it is also an excellent basis for PhD studies.

Modules

Core modules: Understanding Modernity; Understanding Social Change; Philosophy of Social Science Research; Research Design and Practice; Quantitative Methods; Qualitative Methods; Project Modules 1 and 2 (from a range of specialist options) Plus dissertation

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Summary. This programme will equip you with specialist knowledge in gerontology and key research skills through study from a distance. Read more

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This programme will equip you with specialist knowledge in gerontology and key research skills through study from a distance. You will be supported in accessing online learning material related to social, demographic and economic issues, theoretical and critical perspectives, and national and international policy and practice in adult and older people’s health and social care services.

Modules

Compulsory modules: Ageing, Health and Wellbeing (DL); Demographic Change, Ageing and Globalisation (DL); Perspectives in Gerontology (DL); Qualitative Research Methods (DL); Quantitative Research Methods (DL) Optional modules: Mental Health and Ageing (DL); Poverty and Social Protection Around the World (DL); Researching Ageing Societies (DL) Plus dissertation



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Summary. This research-led interdisciplinary programme provides comprehensive training on the principles, methods and research skills necessary to understand, interpret and solve critical global health challenges. Read more

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This research-led interdisciplinary programme provides comprehensive training on the principles, methods and research skills necessary to understand, interpret and solve critical global health challenges.

Modules

Compulsory modules: Health Policy and Economics; Quantitative Methods 1*; Epidemiology: Concepts, Analysis and Application*; Population and Reproductive Health

Optional modules include: Demographic Methods 1 and 2, Core Skills in Geographical Information Systems*; Ageing, Health and Wellbeing; Enabling Change for Health Improvement; Health Services Organisation and Evaluation; Healthcare Informatics, Food Systems, Qualitative Methods 1. *Students with foundation level training and knowledge in relevant methods courses may be allowed to choose the corresponding advanced level modules either as a substitute or as an optional for specialisation

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Summary. This innovative MSc offers interdisciplinary education in the study of gerontology and will prepare you for a wide range of careers working with older people. Read more

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This innovative MSc offers interdisciplinary education in the study of gerontology and will prepare you for a wide range of careers working with older people. You will develop specialist knowledge in social, demographic and economic issues, theoretical perspectives on gerontology and national and international policy and practice in adult and elder care services. You may take up to two modules from the distance learning (DL) postgraduate programme in gerontology.

Modules

Compulsory modules: Ageing, Health and Wellbeing; Demographic Change, Ageing and Globalisation; Perspectives in Gerontology; Researching Ageing Societies Optional modules: one from: Mental Health and Ageing (DL); Poverty and Social Protection Around the World (DL); plus two research half-modules from Philosophy of Social Science Research; Qualitative Methods (I and II); Quantitative Methods (I and II); Research Design and Practice, or one module from: Qualitative Research Methods (DL); Quantitative Research Methods (DL). Plus dissertation (MSc only)

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Summary. Gain interdisciplinary study skills in the field of population science and the analysis of demographic phenomena. Learn about population change, its relationship to policy and how to analyse population dynamics. Read more

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Gain interdisciplinary study skills in the field of population science and the analysis of demographic phenomena. Learn about population change, its relationship to policy and how to analyse population dynamics.

Modules

Compulsory modules: Demographic Methods I & II; Qualitative Methods; Population, Poverty and Policy; Research Skills; Quantitative Methods I & II or Generalised Linear Models; Survey Design; Understanding Population Change

Optional modules: Analysis of Hierarchical (Multilevel and Longitudinal) Data; Population and Reproductive Health; Methods for Researching in Ageing Societies; Family Demography; Critical Issues in Global Health: Concept and Case Studies; Methods and Analysis of Global Health Trends and Differentials; Philosophy of Social Science Research; Social Science Data: Sources and Measurement. Modules on other MSc programmes (eg MSc Gerontology, MSc Social Statistics) may be taken as options after discussion with your academic tutor and the MSc programme coordinator Plus dissertation

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Summary. This innovative MSc offers interdisciplinary education in the study of gerontology and will prepare you for a wide range of careers working with older people. Read more

Summary

This innovative MSc offers interdisciplinary education in the study of gerontology and will prepare you for a wide range of careers working with older people. You will develop specialist knowledge in social, demographic and economic issues, theoretical perspectives on gerontology and national and international policy and practice in adult and elder care services. You may take up to two modules from the distance learning (DL) postgraduate programme in gerontology.

This pathway offers interdisciplinary education in the study of gerontology and enhanced training in research methods, and is aimed at students who are considering further postgraduate research study.

Modules

Compulsory modules: Ageing, Health and Wellbeing; Demographic Change, Ageing and Globalisation; Qualitative Methods I; Quantitative Methods I; Perspectives in Gerontology; Philosophy of Social Science Research; Research Design and Practice

Plus two research half-modules from: Qualitative Methods II; Quantitative Methods II, Survey Design. Plus dissertation (MSc only)

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Summary. Our exciting and innovative postgraduate criminology programme examines topics fundamental to an advanced understanding of the causes, consequences and responses to crime. Read more

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Our exciting and innovative postgraduate criminology programme examines topics fundamental to an advanced understanding of the causes, consequences and responses to crime. There are a range of options reflecting our academics’ research.

Modules

Core modules: Criminal Behaviour: Applied Perspectives; Criminal Justice: Policy and Practice; Philosophy of Social Science Research; Research Design and Practice; Qualitative Methods 1; Quantitative Methods 1

Optional modules: Life Behind Bars: Prisons and Punishment; Contemporary Policing; Cyber Crime; Insecurity and the Dark Web; Violence and Sex in Law, Literature and Culture; Psychology in a Forensic Context; Census and Neighbourhood Analysis; Introduction to Security Studies; Contemporary Theories of Justice; Survey Design; Qualitative Methods/ Quantitative Methods 2 – these methods courses can also be taken as options; Social Science Data: Sources and Measurement Plus dissertation

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