MSc in Health and International Development

Programme code: TMHEINDE

Department: International Development

This information is for the 2017/18 session.

Guidelines for interpreting programme regulations
Classification scheme for the award of a taught master's degree (four units)
Exam sub-board local rules

Full-year programme. Students must take courses to the value of three full units, non-assessed course DV445 and a dissertation as shown.

Paper

Course number and title

1

DV421

Global Health and Development (H) and

 

DV442

Key Issues in Development Studies (H)

2

Two half-units from:

 

DV411

Population and Development: An Analytic Approach (H)

DV456

Planning for Population and Development (H) 

DV458

Demographic Change and Development (H) (not available 2017/18)

SA481

Population Analysis: Methods and Models (H)

SA4D2

Global Health and Population Change (H)

3

Two half-units or one full unit from:
Any courses not taken from Paper 2 above

 

DV400

Development: History, Theory and Policy

DV407

Poverty (H)

DV413

Environmental Problems and Development Interventions (H)

DV418

African Development (H)

DV420

Complex Emergencies (H)

DV428

Managing Humanitarianism (H)

DV457

Sexual and Reproductive Health Programmes: Design, Implementation and Evaluation (H)

GI414

Theorising Gender and Social Policy (H)

GI417

Gender, Population and Policy (H) (not available 2017/18)

GY421

Gender and Development: Geographical Perspectives (H) (not available 2017/18)

GY431

Cities, People and Poverty in the South (H)

PS418

Health Communication (H)

 

HP403

Health Systems and Policies in Developing Countries (H)

SA4F1

Migration: Current Research, Critical Approaches (H)

SA4H7

Urbanisation and Social Policy in the Global South (H)

SA4N5

Global Ageing (H) (not available 2017/18)

 

Any other course approved by tutor *

4

DV410

Research Design and Dissertation in International Development and

 

DV445

Research Themes in International Development (non-assessed)

Notes

* By special permission only.

It is not always possible to offer students a place on each of their preferred courses. This is particularly the case where courses are offered outside the Department of International Development (ie not prefixed with 'DV').

Note for prospective students:
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