Masters programmes associated with the Global Development Academy bring together disciplines from across the University.
The MSc in Africa and International Development programme is offered by the Graduate School of Social and Political Science. It examines the complex dynamics of international development in an African context.
The MSc in Environment and Development programme is offered by the School of GeoSciences. It explores the links between environmental change and its effect on people living in poverty.
This programme draws on a long history of research on global development in the School of Social and Political Science, and the Social Anthropology and Area Studies at the Centres for African Studies and South Asian Studies in particular.
The MSc in Science, Technology and International Development programme is offered by the Graduate School of Social and Political Science. Here you will learn how the historical, sociological, political and policy aspects of science and technology relate to international development.
The MSc in South Asia and International Development programme is offered by the Graduate School of Social and Political Science. It draws on interdisciplinary perspectives to explore the often contradictory states of rapid growth and deep poverty that beset the region.
With increased government scrutiny and demands for stronger evidence for policy decisions, many career opportunities are emerging at the interface between scientific research and public bodies. This programme, offered by the School of Biomedical Sciences, will develop your knowledge of key current issues and the latest methodologies.
This article was published on May 14, 2013