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View Part time MSc Programs in Sociology in Europe 2019

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.

A sociology program provides individuals with a profound understanding of social groups and the individuals that they are composed of. Topics and courses regarding history, economics, religion, and psychology may also be required in order to study sociology.

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MSc Behavioural Decision Science

Kingston University London
Campus Full-time Part-time 1 - 2 years September 2019 United Kingdom Kingston upon Thames + 1 more

This course explores recent developments in theories of behavioural decision-making science. It will enable you to critically examine theories of judgement and decision-making motivated by research in memory, perception, categorisation, reasoning, social psychology, economics, political and management sciences. The career-focused modules are designed to build on your workplace skills and develop new skills.

MSc Digital Media and Society

University of Stirling
Campus Full-time Part-time 12 - 27 months September 2019 United Kingdom Stirling + 1 more

Our MSc Digital Media and Society has a strong emphasis on understanding the contemporary environment of multi-platform content development, and the potential of multi-channel networks and their consumption. The course will equip you with the skills and experience to become a digital media expert, providing an ideal pathway to a successful digital career across a range of different sectors.

MSc in Psychological Research Methods (Evolutionary Psychology)

University of Stirling
Campus Full-time Part-time 12 - 24 months September 2019 United Kingdom Stirling + 1 more

On this MSc, you’ll benefit from the expertise of our leading researchers in evolutionary psychology, who have a particular interest in cultural evolution and language, social learning and ‘mate choice’. Our staff are also at the forefront of new developments in applying evolutionary principles to address real-world issues.

MSc in Applied Social Research (Social Statistics and Social Research)

University of Stirling
Campus Full-time Part-time 12 - 24 months September 2019 United Kingdom Stirling + 1 more

Social statistics and social research provide policymakers, academics and others with valuable insights into the behaviour of people. This Masters course will give you an understanding of social research, with a particular focus on quantitative methods and social statistics.

MSc in Applied Social Research

University of Stirling
Campus Full-time Part-time 12 - 30 months September 2019 United Kingdom Stirling + 1 more

This Masters course provides you with the skills and knowledge you need to carry out robust social research and evaluation.

MSc in Applied Social Research (Criminology)

University of Stirling
Campus Full-time Part-time 12 - 30 months September 2019 United Kingdom Stirling + 1 more

The University of Stirling is ranked first in Scotland for the study of criminology (The Guardian University Guide 2018), and our Applied Social Research (Criminology) Masters is ideal if you want to develop the skills and expertise you need to undertake robust research in the field of criminal justice.

MA in Housing and Society

London South Bank University
Campus Full-time Part-time 1 - 2 years September 2019 United Kingdom London + 1 more

Masters-level course is aimed at senior professional staff and decision makers in the housing profession. Covering: high-level strategic and policy content rather than focus on housing practice.

Cybercrime and Digital Investigation MSc

Middlesex University London
Campus Full-time Part-time 1 - 2 years October 2019 United Kingdom London UK Online + 2 more

This master's degree is designed to provide students with an understanding of the criminological, legal and research context of cybercrime. Furthermore, it equips students with an understanding of computing skills and capabilities that will help to respond to online threats to personal information as well as to organisational environments.