Compare Master of Science Programs in Social Psychology
An MSc, or Master of Science, is an academic distinction bestowed upon those who effectively complete a predetermined set of coursework in what is often a science-based discipline. The MSc often enhances career opportunities as well as earning potential.
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University of Edinburgh - School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences
This exciting new MSc programme will teach you how to think as a social psychologist, and how to answer questions about social phenomena.
This exciting new MSc programme will teach you how to think as a social psychologist, and how to answer questions about social phenomena
The programme will advance your knowledge of the theories, concepts, and research that make up social psychology’s distinctive perspective.
You will receive rigorous training in social psychological methods, and in qualitative and quantitative analyses.
You will be provided with training and practice in how to seek and implement research-based answers to questions generated in the field or through the literature.
You will have the opportunity to take part in departmental seminars, reading groups and a discursive data analysis group.
You will study an exciting, unique problem-based approach to providing empirical answers to social psychological questions
You will take part in departmental seminars, reading groups, and a discursive data analysis group.
You will be part of a growing group of friendly, cohesive and enthusiastic social psychologists working within a vibrant department, in a lovely city.
Why study Social Psychology at Edinburgh?
Our research environment is rated as 100% conducive to producing world-leading research, and 81.5% of our research is rated as outstanding in terms of its reach and significance (REF 2014).
Experience advanced, practical training in a range of quantitative and qualitative research skills, while gaining access to excellent research facilities.
Benefit from diverse research expertise, which includes the experience of working in the field, in different cultures, and with mixed methods.
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