MSc — 2024 entry Behaviour Change

On our Behaviour Change MSc, you'll get to the heart of behavioural science and its relevance not just in psychology, but across a range of disciplines including philosophy, politics, sociology and computer science. You'll then apply the knowledge you've learnt to a real-world problem, putting theory into practice and boosting your employability with relevant experience.

UK students: you can apply by 1 September 2024

Key course information

Typical offer
2:2 minimum
Start date
September 2024
1 year
UK fees
Overseas fees
Subject area
Stag Hill

Why choose
this course?

  • Study on an interdisciplinary course that focuses on behaviour change and its relevance across a range of fields, including psychology, sociology, business studies and computer science.
  • Learn from experts across our three faculties and in our research and innovation institutes to gain a well-rounded understanding of behaviour change science and practice in real-world settings.
  • Equip yourself with the tools to apply behavioural science to address global challenges such as sustainability, climate action, digital innovation, health and social justice through the lens of human behaviour.
  • Access our state-of-the-art facilities, which include a six-room virtual reality suite and two observation laboratories, and use the latest equipment to conduct experiments.
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