Throughout the world there are numerous projects, programmes or initiatives that aim to improve society, people’s lifestyles, health and/or wellbeing. Yet many of these fail. Most are poorly designed and badly, if ever, evaluated. This new MSc will provide the knowledge and skills to: (a) develop programmes in a logical, evidence-based way to maximise their likely effectiveness, and (b) evaluate them robustly so that we do not waste precious resources on programmes that don’t work.
Very good undergraduate degree (2:1 or 1st) in a social science, health or other relevant discipline, or equivalent professional experience.
College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences
Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing