An undergraduate degree (2:2 or above) or equivalent in a relevant subject. We also welcome applicants who have substantial and relevant professional experience but do not have a degree.
Months of entry
Our MSc Behaviour Change is the first masters course of its kind. The course will provide you with psychological theories and models so that you can develop a greater understanding of human behaviour and behaviour change.
The nine-day on campus attendance per year fits well with a typical ten-day industry allocation for staff development, so if you’re self-funding it allows you to continue to work full-time. If you’re a professional wishing to underpin your work with theory and evidence-based, practical ways forward, or a graduate wishing to specialise in behaviour change or add social science to your skill set, this course is for you.
- Increase your confidence in your skills and abilities to create an environment that fosters behaviour change in relation to wellbeing, safety or the natural environment.
- Develop the knowledge and transferable skills required to critically evaluate and design interventions that provide opportunities for people to adopt change in a variety of settings.
- Learn alongside an excellent teaching team of research-active psychologists and ergonomists who specialise in areas such as language and communication, risk management and musculoskeletal disorders.
Information for international students
This course is not available to international students.
Fees and funding
Please see our website for the latest information.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Sigrid Lipka
- 01332 591703