New MSc Courses
The University of Dundee has announced the launch of three new MSc courses within the School of Social Sciences:
- MSc Psychology (Conversion): Offers a practical and theoretical background in psychology for students who have not studied the subject before. This course is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS).
- MSc Sustainability: This course looks at the relationship between energy, the environment and climate change and how they relate to sustainability. Students can go on to industry or public sector placements as part of the course.
- MSc Human Rights & Conflict: Students on this course will study international justice mechanisms, transitional justice and humanitarianism and research methods. The course also looks at the dynamics of human rights abuses in conflict, including the causes of, and responses to, such abuse.
The MSc Applied Neuroscience will also have its first intake of students in September 2020. Students will be taught by clinical and non-clinical neuroscientists and internationally renowned researchers. Topics covered include learning and memory, neurodegeneration, psychiatric disorders, pain and anaesthesia.
Other course changes
The School of Business now offers two intakes across the year for its BSc Economics and BSc International Business degrees. The January start date is available for international and rest of UK applicants, while the September date is open to all applicants.
The university’s School of Nursing and Health Sciences has confirmed the expansion of the BSc and MSc Mental Health Nursing courses. The subject is already taught at the City campus and will now also be delivered at the Kirkcaldy campus from September 2020.
The School of Science and Engineering now offers four options for postgraduate study in civil engineering:
- MSc Civil Engineering
- MSc Geotechnical Engineering
- MSc Structural Engineering and Concrete Materials
- MSc Marine Hydrodynamics and Ocean Engineering