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  • This course is intended for individuals who wish to go on to do MPhil or PhD research in Journalism Studies. more >

  • Provides the knowledge and skills to understand the formation processes of archaeological layers, sites and landscapes. more >

  • The course combines study of core elements of the European Union with an innovative focus on Europe beyond the EU borders. more >

  • The Department of History at the University of Sheffield is one of the largest, most active and successful centres for teaching and historical research both in the UK and internationally. more >

  • The web represents one of the newest and most exciting areas of journalism and one in which an increasing number of job opportunities are becoming available. more >

  • The Department of Economics at the University of Sheffield has an international reputation for practical and real world economics. more >

  • The MSc in East Asian Business offers a flexible range of units on business practice and culture in East Asia, some taught comparatively, other focusing specifically on China, Japan or Korea. All students will study the contemporary ec... more >

  • Examine and research key themes and regions in the making of world history from the late nineteenth century to the present day. more >

  • Our on-site program introduces you to a wide range of areas including auditory perception, music cognition, musical development, music in everyday life, and musical performance. ... more >

  • The MA in Conservation and Regeneration specialises in the theory and practice of building conservation and conservation-led urban regeneration. more >

  • Training in advanced interdisciplinary research practice forms the core of this programme. more >

  • Study eighteenth-century literature to develop a broad range of advanced skills. more >

  • This innovative one-year masters will help you get started in a career in the planning profession. more >

  • This interdisciplinary programme is designed to give a general theoretical introduction to issues in cognitive studies. more >

  • The Masters in Political Theory is designed for students with an interest in issues in contemporary political philosophy, such as rights, global justice, war, democracy, as well as key figures in the history of political ideas, including Plato, Rous... more >

  • The MA Japanese Studies offers a flexible range of units in the social sciences combined with rigorous language tuition. more >

  • Working closely with specialist scientists, you'll develop the skills to investigate and understand human behaviour. more >

  • This is our most flexible Masters programme. It allows you to specialise in the literary areas of your choice. more >

  • Specifically designed for those people who already hold a first degree in a subject other than law who now wish to study law. more >

  • This course enables students to specialise within the fields of landscape design and landscape science through research. more >

  • This course is for those wishing to develop their skills in the areas of electronic resource management and digital library... more >

  • There are no texts which have had the influence and impact of the Bible, at least in Western culture. more >

  • The MSc Course provides a route for those students without a BPS-recognised psychology degree. more >