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Master of Arts (MA) in Addiction Studies


Course Description

This programme is designed for students with a background in Psychology, Psychoanalysis, Anthropology, Sociology, or a cognate discipline, who wish to acquire a postgraduate qualification in the area of Addiction.

The course is a broad-based theoretical and academic one, with a substantial research component. It is designed for students interested in pursuing careers in the planning and strategic development of addiction policies at a local, national and international level. In addition, the course provides an exciting and thought-provoking foundation for students who may wish to subsequently pursue training in the counselling or psychotherapy of addiction area.

http://www.dbs.ie/ma-addiction-studies/tabid/455/

Entry Requirements

A minimum Second Class Honours (2.2) in a humanities or social science discipline from a recognised third level institution, or equivalent qualification, or IELTS score of 6.5

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