Masters degree modules Back to 'Masters degrees' The School of Government and Socety offers a wide range of masters level modules. You may also select modules from other departments when this makes sense within your degree programme of study. Modules are taught in small seminar groups allowing close interactions of students and members of staff. Please see our Masters degrees for more course details. You are advised to discuss module choices with your programme director at the beginning of the academic year. Conflict, Cooperation and Security Global Cooperation in Practice Fear, Cooperation and Trust in World Politics Political Psychology of Conflict and Cooperation Trust-building and Conflict Transformation International Development Aid Politics and Policy Conflict in Developing Countries Critical Approaches to Development Development Management Development Politics Disability and Development Gender and Development Governance and State Building in Developing Countries Human Resources / Managing People in Times of Global Changes Introduction to Development Projects Introduction to Disaster Management Making Policy Managing Public Money Non-Governmental Organisations in a Changing International Context Post Conflict Reconstruction and Development Poverty Inequality Interventions and Approaches Public Economic Management Public Management and Leadership Public Sector Reform and Development Rural Poverty and Development Social Analysis of Inequality, Poverty and Development Transforming Development for Sustainability Urban Poverty and Development Local Government Studies Community and Local Governance Dissertation International Public Management (competitive application process) Leadership Making Policy Overview and Scrutiny Participation and Democracy Performance Management Public Management Public Services Procurement and Contracting Regulation and Finance Strategic Commissioning Strategic Management Political Science and International Relations Asia Pacific Security Civil War, Conflict and International Intervention (not available 2016/17) Contemporary Themes and Issues in British Politics Democracy, Power and Citizenship Developments in Contemporary Political Analysis Diplomacy and Statecraft Diplomatic History of the Twentieth Century Dissertation Ethical Dimensions of Terrorism, Political Violence and War European Secuirty Gender and Global Governance The Geopolitical Economy of Energy Global Ethics 1 (Theology) Global Ethics 2 (Theology) Global Environmental Governance Globalisation and Governance Governing Britain Since 1918 International Political Economy International Relations Theory Multiculturalism and Religious Conflict The Politics of Global Climate Change The Politics of the Arab-Israeli Conflict Politics and the State Post-Conflict Peacebuilding and International Order Power in Global Politics Revolution And Enlightenment (Political Ideas A) Rising Powers and Global Order Security Studies Sex, Death, Gender and (In) Security Social Theory and Critique: Contested Knowledge Social Theory: From Marxism To Post Marxism Terrorism and Contemporary Conflict Terrorism and Political Violence The Theory and Ethics of Political Violence Totalitarianism And The State (Political Ideas B) US Foreign and Defence Policy Social Sciences research modules Introduction to Social Science Research Research Design Social Research Methods I Social Research Methods II A number of Short Intensive training modules are also available Modules by Departments INLOGOV Masters degree module outlines POLSIS Masters degree module outlines IDD Masters degree module outlines 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.