Students studying for the Masters (MA) must complete the core module and five optional modules or three options and the 40 credit Specialist Project before moving on to undertake a 60 credit dissertation in the area of migration and superdiversity.
Students studying for the Postgraduate Diploma must complete the core module plus five optional modules or three options plust the 40 credit Specialist Project in a migration related policy topic.
Students studying for the Postgraduate Certificate must complete three 20 credit modules, including the core module listed below.
Migration, Superdiversity, Policy and Practice (20 credits)
Module Lead(s): Lisa Goodson
This module examines theories surrounding migration and superdiversity paying particular attention to the policies and politics that shape responses to migration from a global to local level. It challenges students to think critically about migration and the impact upon policy and the provision of social welfare and to examine reactions and responses to migration from a range of contrasting perspectives. It encourages students to reflect on ways in which migration is shaping questions about citizenship, inclusion, identity and cohesion at different policy levels.
- Globalisation, Migration and Citizenship
Module Lead: Nando Sigona
- Introduction to Applied Social Research
Module Lead: Lisa Goodson
- International Social Policy
Module Lead: Kelly Hall
- Specialist Project in Superdiversity, Migration and Policy (40 Credits)
- Other Optional Modules (20 Credits)
- Dissertation (60 Credits)
The optional modules listed on the website for this programme may unfortunately occasionally be subject to change. As you will appreciate key members of staff may leave the University and this necessitates a review of the modules that are offered. Where the module is no longer available we will let you know as soon as we can and help you make other choices.