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PGDip Social Studies courses in Manchester

2 universities in Manchester offer 5 postgraduate pgdip social studies degrees.

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The Criminal Justice Process PGDip

The Criminal Justice Process PGDip

This unique course views the criminal justice process as a set of decision points involving numerous agencies working singly or jointly. It provides you with comprehensive, up-to-date, information while...Read more
(3.9)
  • 8 months Full time degree
  • 2 years Part time degree: £2230 per year (UK/EU)
Modules
  • Digital Criminal Justice (30 Credits) - Core
  • International Criminal Justice (30 Credits)
  • Processing Criminal Justice (30 Credits)
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Social Research Methods and Statistics PGDip

Social Research Methods and Statistics PGDip

The course is designed to be accessible to non-statisticians, yet is more focussed than many other existing masters courses in social research methods. Youll need a base level of knowledge in undergraduate...Read more
(4.3)
  • 21 months Part time degree: £3166 per year (UK/EU)
  • 9 months Full time degree: £6333 per year (UK/EU)

Sociology PGDip

Sociology PGDip

This course aims to provide advanced study of and practical experience in the design, conduct and evaluation of sociological research and sociologically-informed applied research; to provide advanced...Read more
(4.3)
  • 18 months Part time degree: £3000 per year (UK/EU)
  • 9 months Full time degree: £6000 per year (UK/EU)

Criminology PGDip

Criminology PGDip

The Postgraduate Diploma in Criminology allows you to gain an in depth understanding of the interactions between politics, criminology and criminal justice. It affords you all the specialist knowledge...Read more
(4.3)
  • 9 months Full time degree: £6000 per year (UK/EU)

Social Anthropology PGDip

Social Anthropology PGDip

The objective of this programme is to communicate an anthropologically-informed understanding of social life in both Western and non-Western societies. By confronting students with the remarkable diversity...Read more
(4.3)
  • 24 months Part time degree: £3000 per year (UK/EU)
  • 12 months Full time degree: £6000 per year (UK/EU)
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