MSc in Health, Community and Development
(not available in 2017/18 or 2018/19)

Programme code: TMHECODV

Department: Psychological and Behavioural Science

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 two compulsory courses, one unit of optional courses and a dissertation

Paper

Course number and title

1

PS461

Health, Community and Development (not available 2017/18)

2

PS4A5

Methods for Social Psychology Research: Fundamental Qualitative and Fundamental Quantitative Methods

3

Courses to the value of one unit from the following:

 

AN436

The Anthropology of Development (H)

DV420

Complex Emergencies (H)

DV421

Global Health and Development (H)

DV428

Managing Humanitarianism (H)

DV429

Global Civil Society (H) (not available 2017/18)

GI417

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

GI422

Sexuality, Gender and Globalisation

GY421

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

GY431

Cities, People and Poverty in the South (H)

GY439

Cities, Politics and Citizenship (H)

PS409

Political Psychology of Intercultural Relations (H)

PS410

Social Representations (H)

PS418

Health Communication (H)

PS458

Creativity and Innovation (H)

PS464

Social Influence (H)

SA4B5

International Planning and Children's Rights (H)

 

SA4C2

Basic Education for Social Development (H) (not available 2017/18)

SA4C8

Global Social Policy and International Organisations (H)

SA4D2

Global Health and Population Change (H)

HP403

Health Systems and Policies in Developing Countries (H)

SA4K2

Sexuality, Everyday Lives and Social Policy in Developing Countries (H)

4

PS497

Dissertation *

Notes

In cases where there are no timetabling clashes, a student will be permitted to do other half unit options in the School, subject to permission from the Programme Director and the agreement of the teacher responsible for the relevant option.

 

* Failures on this course cannot be condoned. A bad fail is defined as a mark less than 29%.

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