Taught Masters Degrees
The School of Social Sciences is a thriving centre with an excellent reputation for world leading research and high quality teaching. Taught masters programmes are provided as part of a suite of distinctive programmes, offering exciting opportunities for students to work in a truly inter-disciplinary social science environment. Students benefit from a breadth of substantive, theoretical and methodological expertise with leading researchers and scholars.
We are delighted to offer four new Taught Masters programmes, commencing September 2014:
This programme offers a unique opportunity to study in one of the UK’s leading centres for childhood and youth based research.
This programme equips students with subject-specific knowledge about researching problems of crime, the formulation and implementation of security strategies and the exercise of justice.
This programme provides students with the opportunity to develop their knowledge of education theory, research and practice in international comparative ways, while studying in one of the UK’s leading centres for educational research.
This programme is aimed at those who want to engage in the advanced level study of social science in an international context.
These programmes are subject to final approval and on-line applications cannot be made until February 2014. In the meantime, please register your interest and we will notify you as soon as application is open.
This Masters programme offers students an opportunity to acquire in-depth understanding of the challenges and issues affecting the public communication of science through an innovative collaboration with the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies and internationally renowned science discovery centre Techniquest.
The SSRM programme aims to provide advanced training in research methods across the full range of the social sciences, and lays the foundation for doctoral studies. Please visit the SSRM mini-site for information of the Pathways available.
This programme aims to enable students to build upon their existing academic and occupational experience and to achieve a professional qualification in social work within a 2 year period.
This programme provides a unique and exciting opportunity for new teachers in Wales to extend and enhance their professional knowledge, skills and practice. It is fully-funded by the Welsh Government.
Dr Robin Smith talks about the MSc Social Science Research Methods, and being a postgraduate student in Cardiff.