Postgraduate taught courses coming soon!

Looking for a course we do not currently offer?

We thought you might like to see the degree programmes we are developing, as we continually seek to provide courses that reflect the needs of our students and our graduates’ employers.

While you cannot apply to these programmes yet, if you are interested in studying one of the degree programmes being developed please complete and submit the form for that programme and we will let you know more details (modules, fees etc.) when they are ready and when you can apply.

Please note that on some occasions the programmes will change title during the development process, or may not be developed.

Cyber Crime and Terrorism, MA

Description

This programme focuses on the changing nature of online crime and criminal behaviour in order to understand the threats, trends, issues, responses and ethical questions associated with, for example, terrorism or security. The programme will examine issues related to the cyber-realm from an interdisciplinary and multi-dimensional perspective, offering a unique look at a range of challenges.

The programme benefits from strong relationships with national and international partners (e.g. policy-makers, government and industrial security practitioners, military organisations, communities, and more). Students will have opportunities to engage directly with stakeholders who can provide insights and up-to-the-minute knowledge of the subject area.

This programme will be of interest to students who have undertaken an undergraduate degree in (e.g.) Criminology, Law, Computer Science or Psychology and who may be looking to specialise in this field.

Topics Likely To Be Covered
  • Contemporary Terrorism in Historical and Philosophical Context
  • Countering Terrorism Online and Human Rights
  • Crime in Cyberspace
  • Online Countering Violent Extremism Campaigns
  • Online Propaganda and Radicalisation
  • Research Methods and Ethics
Intended Start Date
September 2018

Please complete the form below so that we can send you more information about this degree programme when it becomes available e.g. modules, fees, start date etc.

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LegalTech, LLM

Description

Artificial intelligence (AI) and related technologies are shaping the legal profession at an unprecedented rate. While lawyers must continue to defend the rule of law and promote access to justice, they must also acquire skills to embrace technology, innovate, and apply LegalTech in practice.

You will take courses over two general areas - how AI is applied to the Law (eg introduction to theory, techniques, and tools) and how the Law is applied to AI (eg legal, regulatory and ethical impacts of automation and information access). Students will learn AI concepts and work with tools to develop their own LegalTech solutions, gain experience working with data, and apply their knowledge in practical exercises.

The course is aimed at law graduates and practitioners working at all levels of the legal profession. You are not expected to have prior experience of coding or working with technology.

Topics Likely To Be Covered
  • AI and law
  • Automating legal services
  • Computational thinking for lawyers
  • Quantitative analysis and big data
  • Blockchain/distributed ledger technology
  • Rights and accountability in the digital economy
  • Legal services in a digital world
  • LegalTech entrepreneurship
  • Digital intellectual property
  • Dissertation OR project (design, develop and test a digital solution to a legal issue in collaboration with a law firm).
Intended Start Date
October 2018

Please complete the form below so that we can send you more information about this degree programme when it becomes available e.g. modules, fees, start date etc.

Data Protection

By submitting your enquiry you are consenting to your data to be held by Swansea University. Your data will be used for the purposes of dealing with your enquiry, and sending you relevant information about Swansea University. Swansea University will not pass your details on to any third party. If you wish to remove yourself from Swansea University's database please contact Admissions Office, Swansea University, Swansea, SA2 8PP or email study@swansea.ac.uk

Medical Education, MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert

Description

This multidisciplinary programme is for anyone with an interest in the education of healthcare professionals.  It links educational theory and evidence to the practice of education in healthcare. It will offer a flexible, distance-learning approach with residential elements. The different levels of study offer options for students who want to improve their own teaching (PGCert) through to those who want to pursue their own scholarship in the field (MSc). Individual modules from the programme will also be available for Continuing Professional Development.

Topics Likely To Be Covered

Principles of teaching, learning and assessment; Effective learning environments:  classroom, clinical and community; Evidence-based education; Innovations in medical education; Curriculum design; Educational technology; Educational research and evaluation; Leadership.

Intended Start Date
October 2018

Please complete the form below so that we can send you more information about this degree programme when it becomes available e.g. modules, fees, start date etc.

Data Protection

By submitting your enquiry you are consenting to your data to be held by Swansea University. Your data will be used for the purposes of dealing with your enquiry, and sending you relevant information about Swansea University. Swansea University will not pass your details on to any third party. If you wish to remove yourself from Swansea University's database please contact Admissions Office, Swansea University, Swansea, SA2 8PP or email study@swansea.ac.uk