We are delighted to announce the launch of an innovative new, predominantly online executive postgraduate programme – the Executive MSc in Behavioural Science.
The programme has been designed to equip ambitious professionals with the knowledge and skills to drive change through a deeper understanding of human behaviour.
Core topics of the programme include research methods, applied data science, leadership, communication, managing diversity, and an applied consultancy-style research project.
The interdisciplinary curriculum features leading behavioural science experts from our internationally top-ranked Department of Psychology.
The inaugural Executive MSc in Behavioural Science cohort begins in September 2024.
It will be a part-time programme over 18 months and will be delivered through a blend of online and in-person learning.
Entry is competitive, requiring at minimum a 2:1 undergraduate degree and two years’ work experience demonstrating leadership potential.
Two short on-campus teaching blocks will provide opportunities for invaluable peer networking and exposure to Durham’s unique educational environment.
This executive postgraduate programme will provide advanced training for employees, executives, and entrepreneurs who are looking to deepen their understanding of behavioural science for use in the workplace and/or contemplating a career/role transition.
This timely degree focuses on real-world application to pressing issues in business, public policy, sustainability, health and society.
Our Department of Psychology prides itself on being a collegiate and welcoming department, committed to success for all who work here. Through dedicated teaching sessions, an optional placement module, external speakers and even an employability retreat – we actively prepare students for working life.
We are proud to be ranked in the Top 10 Psychology departments in the UK by The Complete University Guide 2022 and in the World Top 100 in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023.
Feeling inspired? Visit our Psychology webpages to learn more about our postgraduate and undergraduate programmes.