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Applied Gender Studies

University of Strathclyde

Content

The MSc Applied Gender Studies degree at Strathclyde is a Master’s level course for those who wish to study how gender ‘works’ in relation to other structural inequalities such as race, sexuality, class and disability within society.

If you wish to pursue a career in the charitable, education, government or civil service or the heritage sectors then this course is ideally suited to you. It will also appeal to those who may already be working within an organisation with a strong interest in gender in society.

For those who are interested in pursuing a more research focussed option the MSc Applied Gender Studies can also be taken as a Research Methods route. This allows graduates to meet the criteria for ESRC funding, an important factor if you plan to go on to PhD study in the Social Sciences.

By completing this course you will develop the analytical and practical skills necessary to engage critically with contemporary gender issues including: gender theory; gender equality; feminist theory; queer theory; LGBT studies; gender and society.

You can exit after 21 months with PgDip Applied Gender Studies.

Entry Requirements

First (1st) class or upper second (2.1) Honours degree in a relevant discipline, usually in the Humanities and Social Sciences; or relevant experience (paid or voluntary) in feminist, queer, or equalities work.

Start Date

September

Qualification

Postgraduate Master's

Award

MSc

Study Method

Part time (day)

Course Length

24 months

Faculty

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Department

Humanities

SCQF Level

11

Career Sectors

Arts and Social Sciences General

English

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Humanities

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