MSc Psychology: Interpersonal Violence and Abuse

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Duration Full-time, 1 Year, Part-time, 2 Years
Start date September
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We offer a stimulating and challenging environment where you can build on your existing learning experiences to advance your academic and professional development. You will gain specialised knowledge and a critical awareness of issues at the forefront of interpersonal violence and abuse studies. Teaching is done through a variety of blended learning and campus-based activities explicitly designed to meet the needs of learners working in a range of contexts

Graduate destinations

There are a wide range of careers this MSc will be useful for. You could work with the National Crime Agency, prison drug services, the probation service and offender management. Your degree will be well suited for working with victims of domestic violence, as a mentor for young people coming out of prison, and youth offending organisations. You may also wish to continue your academic career by undertaking a PhD in either criminology or psychology