Updated graduate course and programme information 2018/19 - for prospective students

The following information provides a summary of new course and programme information for the 2018/19 session. It is intended to help you when you are selecting your courses.

Graduate programmes

Updated graduate summative assessment information for 2018/19

New programmes for 2018/19
The School is pleased to be able to offer the following new programmes in 2018/19:

Gender Institute

MSc in Gender (Sexuality)

Department of Health Policy

LSE-Chicago Double Executive Master's in Health Policy

Marshall Institute / Department of Management

Executive MSc in Social Business and Entrepreneurship

Department of Methodology

MSc in Applied Social Data Science

Department of Social Policy

MSc International Social & Public Policy

 

Suspended programmes for 2018/19
The following programmes have been suspended for the 2018/19 session.

Department of Law

MSc in Law, Anthropology and Society

Department of Management

MSc in Management Science (Decision Sciences)

Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science

MSc in Health, Community and Development

Department of Social Policy

MSc in Global Population Health

 

Withdrawn programmes for 2018/19
The following programmes have been withdrawn for the 2018/19 session.

Department of Social Policy

MSc in Population and Development (replaced by MSc in Health and International Development in 2017/18)

Department of Sociology

MSc in Sociology (Contemporary Social Thought)
MSc in Sociology (Research)

 

Substantive changes to Programme regulations from 2018/19
The following programmes will change their structure, course options and/or other elements of the programme regulations from the 2018/19 session.

Gender Institute

MSc in Gender, Policy and Inequalities

Department of Government

MSc in Conflict Studies

Department of Health Policy

MSc in Global Health
MSc in International Health Policy
MSc in International Health Policy (Health Economics)
MSc in Health Policy Planning and Financing
Executive MSc Health Economics Outcomes and Management in Cardiovascular Sciences

Department of Management

MRes/PhD in Management (Information Systems and Innovation)
MRes/PhD in Management (Marketing)
MRes/PhD in Management (Employment Relations and Human Resources)
MRes/PhD in Management (Organisational Behaviour)

Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science

Executive MSc in Behavioural Science

 

Graduate courses

Updated graduate summative assessment information for 2018/19

Suspended courses for  2018/19
We regret we are unable to offer the following courses in the 2018/19 session.  For alternative option courses you should consult your academic adviser.

Department of Geography and Environment courses:

GY407 Globalization, Regional Development and Policy

GY409 Globalization and Regional Development

Department of Law courses:

LL4E8 Law in Society: A Joint Course in Law and Anthropology

LL4E9 Dissertation: MSc Law, Anthropology and Society

 

New courses for 2018/19 
The School is pleased to be able to offer the following new courses in 2018/19.

European Institute courses:

EU482 Europe in World Trade (H)

 

Department of International History courses:

HY474 Slavery and Emancipation in the British World

 

Department of International Relations courses:

IR476 Gender and Political Violence (H)

 

Department of Management courses:

MG507 Organisational Behaviour in Context (H)

 

MG509 Managing Digital Platform Innovation (H)

MG511 Technology, Practice and Institutions (H)

MG512 Marketing: Consumer Behaviour (H)

MG513 Marketing: Quantitative Modelling (H)

MG515 Social Organisation (H)

 

MG576 Corporate Social Responsibility and International Labour Standards (H)

MG599 Research Paper in Management

Department of Methodology courses:

MY498 Capstone Project (H)

 

 

Course title changes from 2018/19
The following courses have changed title for the 2018/19 session. 

Old title

New title

Department of Government courses:

GV5X1 Research Design in Political Science

GV5X1 Research Design in the Social Sciences