Updated graduate information 2022/23 - for future students

The following information provides prospective students with a summary of new course and programme information for the 2022/23 session. It is intended to help you when you are selecting your courses.

This page will continue to be updated throughout the academic year as changes are confirmed by departments.

New programmes | Programme title changes | Substantive changes to programme regulations | New courses| Course title changes

Graduate programmes

New programmes for 2022/23
The School is pleased to be able to offer the following new programmes in 2022/23:

Department of International Development

MSc in Economic Development Policy

Department of International History

LSE-NUS Double Degree MA in Asian and International History [MA in Asian and International History (LSE-NUS)]

Institute of Public Policy

LSE-Sciences Po Double Master of Public Administration [Master of Public Administration (LSE-Sciences Po)] (first year of entry at Sciences Po)

 

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Programme title changes for 2022/23
The following programmes have changed title for the 2022/23 session.

Department of Management:

MSc in Human Resources and Organisations (International Employment Relations and Human Resource Management)

MSc in Human Resources and Organisations (International Employment Relations)
 

 

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 Substantive changes to programme regulations for 2022/23
The following programmes have had substantive changes for the 2022/23 session:

Department of Economics

MSc in Economics (2 year programme) (first year students in 2022/23)

Change to Year 1 core courses.

Department of Health Policy

Executive MSc in Health Economics, Outcomes and Management in Cardiovascular Sciences

Change to core courses.

Department of International Relations

MSc in International Relations

Change to core courses.

MSc in International Relations (LSE-Sciences Po)

Change to core courses.

MSc in International Relations (Research)

Change to core courses.

Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science

MSc in Behavioural Science

Addition of 'Wellbeing' specialism.

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Graduate courses

New courses for 2022/23 
The School is pleased to be able to offer the following new courses in 2022/23.

Department of Anthropology courses:

AN482 Bangladesh and Beyond: Anthropological Perspectives (0.5)

AN483 Anthropology, Art and Poetics (0.5)

Department of Economic History courses:

EH431 Women in Economic History (0.5)

EH437 History of Global Finance (1.0)

EH438 History of Financial Markets (0.5)

EH439 The History of Banking Systems (0.5)

Department of Health Policy courses:

HP4D7E Fundamentals of Management and Leadership in Health Care (0.5)

European Institute courses:

EU470 How do we know - An introduction to research design and methods in political economy (0.0)

Department of International Development courses:

DV465 Global Health Work: Expertise and Labour (0.5)

DV494 Foundations of Applied Econometrics for Economic Development Policy (0.5)

DV495 Dissertation in Economic Development Policy (1.0)

 

Department of Law courses:

LL452E Tort Law: Foundations and Contemporary Issues (0.5)

Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science courses:

PB435 Behavioural Science for Planetary Wellbeing (0.5)

PB4D6 Wellbeing for Policy - Dissertation (1.0)

PB4D7 Behavioural Science for Planetary Wellbeing - Dissertation (1.0)

 

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Course title changes from 2022/23
The following courses have changed title for the 2022/23 session.

Old title

New title

Department of Management:

MG480 Management of Human Resources: Strategies and Policy (0.5)

MG480 Foundations of Human Resource Management: Strategy and Practice (0.5)

MG4A9 Foundations of Business and Management for Human Resources (0.5)

MG4A9 Business Strategy, Management and Analytics (0.5)

MG478 The Management of Human Resources in Global Companies (0.5)

MG478 The Management of People in Global Companies (0.5)

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