This programme is designed for students who wish to explore the social dimensions of risk and resilience. Students are encouraged to develop their thinking in relation to any aspect of risk, including, for example, climate risk and disaster risk reduction.
An upper second class degree (2.1).
Core modules: understanding risk (30 credits); risk frontiers (15 credits); fundamentals of risk research (15 credits); dissertation by research (or) vocational dissertation (60 credits). Elective modules include: hydrological hazards (30 credits); spatial and temporal dimensions of hazard (30 credits); social dimensions of risk and resilience (30 credits); international relations and security in the middle east (15 credits); strategic Asia: policy and analysis (15 credits); European security (15 credits); social policy and society (30 credits).
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Department of Geography
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