Master in Social Science Research Methods - Máster en Métodos de Investigación en Ciencias Sociales
This program provides postgraduate students with the opportunity to study two complementary programs offered in UNSW Arts & Social Sciences to create a combined two year Masters program in professional and interdisciplinary areas.
Completion of a recognized bachelor degree
Meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
The Combined Masters degree program offers students an interdisciplinary combination of programs that will substantially extend and deepen their existing skills, knowledge and understanding in professionally relevant areas of study and teach advanced skills in analytical thinking and research.
Students need to complete 96 units of credit (UOC) to satisfy requirements for the award of the degree. They must enrol in at least one course per semester.
The combined degree may be constituted by a combination of any two of the following postgraduate programs offered by UNSW Arts & Social Sciences with the exception of the combination of those listed in the exclusion list.
•Master of Applied Linguistics
•Master of Development Studies in Refugees and Displacement
•Master of Development Studies in International Development
•Master of Education (all streams)
•Master of Educational Leadership
•Master of International Relations
•Master of Journalism and Communication
•Master of Public Policy and Governance
•Master of Public Relations and Advertising
•Master of Translation
Students who combine two Masters of Education specialisations, need only do one research methodology and research project in their second Masters stream and can take any two additional MEd elective courses in their other stream, including additional research methodology courses.
Students who combine a Masters of Education (TESOL) specialisation with a Master of Applied Linguistics, need only to take two LING electives in their MEd, not four, and can take any two additional MEd elective courses, including a research methodology course and/or EDST5888 Research Project.