Social Science Research Methods (Environmental Planning)

This MSc provides the opportunity to develop a broad set of research skills required by all social scientists; as well as the subject-specific requirements of the ESRC’s Environmental Planning Subject Area Panel.

For the taught component, students are required to complete six 20-credit modules (five core research modules and one pathway module).

Course Qualification Mode
Social Science Research Methods (Environmental Planning) MSc Full-time
Social Science Research Methods (Environmental Planning) PgDip Full-time
Social Science Research Methods (Environmental Planning) MSc Part-time
Social Science Research Methods (Environmental Planning) PgDip Part-time
Master's Excellence Scholarships

Master's Excellence Scholarships

Scholarships available worth £3,000 each for UK/EU students starting a master’s degree in September 2017.

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