MSc Local Economic Development - Taught Programmes 2016. About the MSc programme This programme draws upon the expertise of a group of LSE researchers who are key contributors to research and practice on regional and local economic development.
We also invite regular contributions from external academics and practitioners. In addition to gaining the MSc you will also have access to the Institution of Economic Development, the leading UK organisation for economic development practitioners. As an interdisciplinary programme, applications from any field in the social sciences are welcome. In the past, the bulk of the student body has been made up by graduates in economics, development, sociology, geography, international relations and political science. MPhil in Development Studies. The course is structured around five core papers and a number of option papers, so that study pathways suited to a range of differing interests and needs can be explored.
Each of the core papers (Development Economics; Institutions and Development; Sociology and Politics of Development; Globalisation, Business and Development: Cities and Development ) is taught by a member of Development Studies' academic staff. Some option papers are full papers and some are half papers. Students take four full papers (or their equivalent in half papers) concurrently. At least two papers must be core papers. One (full) option paper may be replaced by a 12,000 word dissertation. Learning Outcomes Continuing 6 - 8 students annually continue to the PhD in Development Studies.
The admissions criteria can be found on the Centre's website. MSc in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation. MSc in Economics for Development. MPhil in Sociology (Political and Economic Sociology) This MPhil pathway is designed to give students a basic understanding of major themes and debates in political and economic sociology.
There are four core substantive modules on political and economic sociology that students are expected to attend, taught by Dr. Manali Desai, Dr. Hazem Kandil, Prof. Cambridge Judge Business School: Master of Studies in Social Innovation. The Master of Studies in Social Innovation is a part-time programme designed for practitioners for the business, public and social sectors who wish to lead innovative solutions to pressing social issues.
Students on the programme will be outstanding individuals who wish to build on their experience and expertise collaborating with colleagues across sectors. The programme will be delivered through residential sessions and online delivery over two years. The programme An academically rigorous and relevant programme for practitioners with a few years' work experience. School of Visual Arts > Graduate > Design for Social Innovation. Design for Social Innovation is an emerging discipline that works at a systems level, shifting cultures, igniting collective creativity, and realizing the kind of transformational opportunities for business and society that we need most right now.
MFA Design for Social Innovation at SVA NYC is the first program dedicated to teaching design at scale to produce this discipline’s next leaders. We offer a uniquely holistic approach – at the intersection of design, social innovation and enterprise. We teach design as a tool for social and environmental impact, not an end in itself. The DSI curriculum encompasses a broad range of issues including conservation, health, food and agriculture, poverty, women’s rights, social justice, fair trade, education and community revitalization.
DSI students work with real clients throughout the program, gaining hands-on experience with multinational corporations, non-profits and social entrepreneurs around the globe. Teaching + Learning in Art + Design. Teaching + Learning in Art + Design offers an innovative center of inquiry in which graduate students explore, develop and contribute to new practices in art and design teaching within the realm of praxis — in K-12 schools, community arts organizations, art museums, and colleges and universities.
At RISD, practice-based studies are enhanced through the department's partnerships with public and independent schools, community-based youth arts organizations, the RISD Museum of Art, regional and national art museums, and Brown University. Graduate students in TLAD choose between two degree programs: MAT: Master of Arts in Teaching, 1+ yearA cohort teacher preparation program for artists and designers that culminates in recommendation for K-12 teacher certification in art.
A full description of the MAT program can be found on TLAD's departmental website. MSc Social Policy and Development MSc Social Policy and Development (Non-Governmental Organisations) (formerly MSc NGOs and Development) - Taught Programmes 2014 - Graduate - Study. About the MSc programme This programme (divided into two streams) is based in the Department of Social Policy and offers the following benefits: A comparative, international and multi-disciplinary environment.
Staff with expertise in Asia, Africa, Latin America and post-communist societies, who maintain research and advisory links with governments and key international development organisations. Links to leading research groups based in the Department specialising in social exclusion, health and social care and education. The first stream, Social Policy and Development, approaches social policy and development primarily from the perspective of government. This MSc programme is aimed at candidates with work experience in from or Africa, Asia, Latin America and post-communist societies. The MSc programme has four aims: Social Development Practice MSc. Entry requirements The normal minimum qualifications are a good second-class Bachelor's degree from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard.
A second acceptable qualification is a degree of lower than second-class Honours standard, or an equivalent overseas qualification, in a subject appropriate to the programme, plus relevant work experience. Applicants who do not hold a first degree may, in exceptional cases, be admitted to the programme if they are able to demonstrate considerable senior-level professional experience in planning or a related field. International equivalencies Select your country for equivalent alternative requirements English language proficiency level: Standard How to apply Students are advised to apply as early as possible due to competition for places.
The deadline for applications is 5 September 2014. Development Planning MPhil/PhD. Development Administration and Planning MSc. Entry requirements The normal minimum qualifications are an upper second-class Bachelor's degree from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard.
A second acceptable qualification is a degree of lower second-class Honours standard, or an equivalent overseas qualification, in a subject appropriate to the programme, plus relevant work experience. Applicants who do not hold a first degree may, in exceptional cases, be admitted to the programme if they are able to demonstrate considerable senior-level professional experience in planning or a related field. International equivalencies Select your country for equivalent alternative requirements English language proficiency level: Standard How to apply Applications should be made by 1 August 2014 or by 5 September 2014 for flexible/modular applicants.
MPhil in Public Policy — Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS) The MPhil in Public Policy provides an interdisciplinary grounding in public policy theory and practice, with courses ranging from philosophy and policy analysis through to media and politics.
Throughout the course there is an emphasis on the realities of policy making, whether that is within government or in the third sector. This practice focus is reflected in the number of invited speakers from government and international organisations, the extended case approach to teaching, as well as the work placement that students undertake which forms the basis for their final paper for the course. Beyond the formal course there is a strong and growing policy community in Cambridge, through other masters level courses focused on government and policy, via the open lectures of Cambridge Public Policy and through the activities of the Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP). The course is aimed at students who wish to have a leading role in government, companies or NGOs.
Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge. MPhil in Development Studies The MPhil in Development Studies is a multi-disciplinary nine-month taught course which offers four core papers and a range of option papers. The core papers are the responsibility of the Centre of Development Studies. Development Studies. MPhil in Development Studies Course Code | 002690 The aim of this two-year course is to provide a rigorous and critical introduction to development studies as a process of social transformation and managed change. The approach adopted is both interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary. Attention is paid to the intellectual history of development studies, paradigmatic shifts and conflicts within the discipline, and the contemporary relevance of the field to public policy and academic research.
Students normally undertake field research for their thesis during the summer between the first and second years. Social Policy and Intervention. MSc in Comparative Social Policy Course Code | 002660 This course is designed to provide training for those seeking immediate professional careers and for those wishing to prepare for doctoral work. Development Management (Human Resources and Development Management) MSc/GDip. Learning, teaching and assessment The programme uses a range of learning and teaching methods including short lectures, group work, group and individual presentations, individual study and exercises. Each module is assessed differently using assessments that include 2,000–3,000 word essays, group projects, presentations, exercises and exams. A 10,000–12,000 word dissertation is also required for the MSc award.
By the end of your study you will gain: Las mejores 50 universidades de ciencias sociales según Times Higher Education (2010) PhD Program Home - School of Social Welfare - UC Berkeley. Why Study at Stanford. 1. World-Renowned Faculty: Includes members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, National Academy of Sciences, and other national scholarly academies, former editors of several sociology journals, and directors of many university centers. 2.
The Center of the New World: Located half way between San Francisco and San Jose, in the heart of Silicon Valley, an incubator for new types of firms, new types of poverty and inequality, and new types of networks and social relations. 3. Hands-on Research Experience: Student research emphasized from the very first year of the graduate program. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Back to top. Columbia University School of Social Work. Development Studies. Ph.D. Programs in Social Policy: Home. Harvard Ph.D. Programs in Social Policy | Housed at the John F. Kennedy School of Government | 79 JFK Street | Cambridge, MA 02138 | Tel: 617.496.0109 Site design by Pamela Metz | Last updated 21 Feb 2013 | firstname.lastname@example.org ©2013 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College | Report copyright infringements About photos Social Policy. Ph.D. in Social Policy at Harvard University. Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge.
Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo. Son objetivos específicos del Máster: • Incrementar el conocimiento sobre las fuerzas económicas, sociales y políticas que explican la existencia de la pobreza, la desigualdad y las realidades complejas de los países en desarrollo. • Aportar criterios de análisis de la realidad política, social, económica y cultural en la que se enmarcan los nuevos enfoques de la cooperación que promueven los organismos y las convenciones internacionales. • Ofrecer conocimientos sobre los temas actuales de la cooperación internacional al desarrollo y, en particular, sobre el diseño de las políticas públicas en este ámbito y sobre los ámbitos de trabajo en cooperación al desarrollo de las organizaciones no gubernamentales. • Dar a conocer las herramientas básicas de trabajo en los niveles estratégico y operativo del diseño de programas y proyectos en el ámbito de la cooperación internacional al desarrollo.
Máster Universitario en Cooperación al Desarrollo. Máster Universitario en Gestión y Promoción del Desarrollo Local. Máster Universitario en Economía Social (Cooperativas y Entidades no Lucrativas) Máster en Economía Social y Dirección de Entidades Sin Ánimo de Lucro. Presentación El Máster en Economía Social y Dirección de Entidades Sin Ánimo de Lucro (MES), título propio de la Universidad de Barcelona, se erige como el máster de la empresa social, que se presenta con la voluntad de contribuir a la profesionalización del sector y que tiene como objetivo reforzar los conocimientos en gestión de directivos y responsables de cooperativas, asociaciones, fundaciones y sociedades laborales. El Instituto de Formación Continua de la Universidad de Barcelona (IL3-UB) y el Centro de Investigación de Economía y Sociedad (CIES) son las unidades responsables de la organización del MES en colaboración con la Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Non Profit Studies Program de la George State University (AYSPS-GSU) de Atlanta (USA).
Este máster proporciona técnicas de gestión para las empresas sociales. Es un máster impartido por profesores universitarios y expertos procedentes de diferentes especialidades. Es un máster multidisciplinar y multicultural. Program Information. Hult’s Master of Social Entrepreneurship is a highly practical program focused on how to apply business skills to important global social problems. Learn how to deploy innovative business solutions to large-scale social issues.