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Months of entry
Stimulating and challenging, our MA Social and Political Studies is ideal for the ambitious student keen to develop their intellectual flexibility.
Follow a personalised study plan
This is an innovative masters degree where you will not be restricted by traditional discipline boundaries within the social and political sciences. A large proportion of the course is made up of optional modules, which means you have the freedom to shape a study programme tailored to your own interests and curiosity.
You will gain a broad understanding of key issues across the different fields of social and political sciences, exploring subjects you might not have considered before. Throughout, you will draw on the internationally renowned expertise of staff from across our College of Law, Humanities and Social Sciences, who have a strong track record in promoting multi-disciplinary studies.
An impressive portfolio of skills
The MA Social and Political Studies enhances your career prospects by nurturing skills which are highly prized by employers. You will become familiar with using and analysing primary and secondary data, develop your critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and improve your abilities as a reflective learner.
Your dissertation will give you the chance to conduct in-depth and original research into a subject of your choice.
Because the global dimension features at every stage of the course, you can also set yourself apart as an independent thinker capable of seeing the world from different perspectives.
Thanks to our strong professional networks, you will benefit from a vibrant programme of guest speakers, including professionals working in the fields of social policy and politics who will share their experiences with you.
A professional learning environment
This course is delivered at One Friar Gate Square, a modern, iconic building in the heart of the vibrant city centre, it is the perfect environment for innovative and engaging teaching.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Helen Brocklehurst