Our Master's courses aim to equip you with the skills to progress to higher research programmes or to enter a range of professional careers.
MA Applied Criminology focuses on a critical appreciation of criminological theories, theoretical and applied research methods and analyses of criminal justice and contemporary criminological issues.
MSc Applied Quantitative Methods is based within the Manchester Metropolitan University Q-Step Centre, this MSc approaches the study of quantitative methods in an innovative way, which emphasises career-ready skills that would prepare students for careers working with data and quantitative analysis, or as suitable preparation for doctoral study.
MSc Urban Policy and Analytics equips you with the skills to progress to higher research programmes, and/or to expand and enhance your career opportunities and professional practice within public policy or public administration and related agencies and organisations.
The Department of Sociology also run the cross-faculty course, MA Social Research. This Masters award provides an opportunity for postgraduate learning and development in the study of research in the social sciences, with an orientation towards knowledge and enquiry at the forefront of the field. This course is run in conjunction with the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care.
For more information on our courses, visit a Postgraduate Open Day. We hold Open Days in September, November, February and May.