SeNSS-approved UEA Master's Courses SeNSS-approved UEA Master's Courses

2019-20 SeNSS-approved Master’s programmes at UEA

The following UEA Master’s programmes have been approved by SeNSS as compliant with the learning outcomes required by both SeNSS and the ESRC:

SeNSS Pathway Approved UEA Master's Programmes                                           Conditions
Economics MRes Social Science Research Methods
(Economics subject specialism)
 

MSc Behavioural and Experimental Economics 1

MSc Economics 1

MSc Finance and Economics 1

MSc Industrial Economics 1

1 Please note that the following module is compulsory for all students funded by SeNSS for 1+3 or +3 study:
Non-Credit Bearing Qualitative Module
Development Studies MRes Social Science Research Methods
(International Development)
 
MA Gender Analysis in International Development  
MSc Impact Evaluation for International Development  
MA Media and International Development For students registered on this Masters from September 2017 onwards
MA International Social Development For students registered on this Masters from September 2017 onwards
Education MRes Social Science Research Methods
(Education and Lifelong Learning)
 

MA Education: Learning, Pedagogy and Assessment 2

MA Mathematics Education 2

MA Second Language Education 2

MA Adult Literacy and Learning for Global Change 2
2 Please note that the following Masters module is compulsory for all students funded by SeNSS for 1+3 or +3 study: Introduction to Quantitative Methods.

2 The PPD modules ‘Referencing without Tears: Using Reference Management Software’ and ‘Managing your References with Endnote’ will be compulsory in either the Masters year or during the first year of PhD study.   
Human Geography MRes Social Science Research Methods
(Human Geography)
 
Linguistics MRes Social Science Research Methods
(Linguistics subject specialism)
For students registered on this Masters from September 2017 onwards
Business and Management

MRes Social Science Research Methods
(Business and Management)

 

MSc Management

For students registered on this Masters from September 2017 onwards
MSc Operations and Logistics Management For students registered on this Masters from September 2017 onwards
Political Science and International Studies MA Politics No longer running from 2017-18 onwards

MRes Social Science Research Methods
(Politics)

 

MA Media and Cultural Politics

 
MA International Relations For students registered on this Masters from September 2017 onwards
Psychology

MRes Social Science Research Methods
(Psychology)

MSc Social Psychology

MSc Cognitive Neuroscience

MSc Developmental Science

 
Science Technology and Sustainability

MRes Social Science Research Methods
(Science, Technology and Sustainability)

 
Social Anthropology MRes Social Science Research Methods
(Social Anthropology)
 
MA Gender Analysis in International Development  
MA International Social Development For students registered on this Masters from September 2017 onwards
Social Work and Social Policy

MRes Social Science Research Methods
(Social Work and Social Policy)

 
Socio-legal Studies

MRes Social Science Research Methods
(Law)

 
LLM Master of Laws For students registered on this Masters from September 2017 onwards

 

 

1+3 SeNSS studentships

The above Master’s programmes are currently the only programmes at UEA approved for 1+3 SeNSS studentships.

 

+3 SeNSS studentships

If you have been awarded, or are currently studying for, one of the above Master’s degrees, and meet any conditions specified above, your Master’s degree has been approved as meeting the SeNSS and ESRC learning outcomes, and you will eligible for +3 entry.

Similarly if you have been awarded, or are currently studying for, a SeNSS-approved Master’s degree at another SeNSS institution http://senss-dtp.ac.uk/ you will eligible for +3 entry.

Where you already have a Master’s degree from, or are currently studying for a Master’s degree at, a University which is not a member of SeNSS, we will require further information about your Master’s degree to evaluate whether it meets the SeNSS and ESRC learning outcomes in relation to research methods training.

If you have any queries please contact your Pathway Institutional Lead or email senss.dtp@uea.ac.uk.