To be considered for a place in the MSc Social and Cultural Psychology programme you should normally have a good honours degree in psychology (other related disciplines in the social and life sciences will be considered depending on experience and relation to psychology).
For a full degree overview, fee guide and details on entry requirements, please see the Graduate Prospectus.
The MSc programme comprises of a number of course units (core and option). The core course and Methods course constitute the central focus of the MSc, providing an advanced understanding of theories, concepts and methods of research. These courses are taught by a team of lecturers. The various option courses allow you to pursue diverse interests in the psychological and social sciences, permitting a range of specialisms. In the research report you will draw upon the Methods course to conduct original research which develops your particular interests.
For a full programme structure, links to the course guide and indicative reading lists, please see the programme calendar.