MSc Development Studies (Contemporary India Pathway)SOAS, University of London
En City of London (Inglaterra)
£ 10.470 - (12.120 €)
- City of london (Inglaterra)
¿Qué aprendes en este curso?
Applicants apply for, and will be formally enrolled on, the MSc Development Studies programme. Students wishing to follow the Contemporary India Pathway will take two core modules in Development Studies (Political Economy of Development and Theory, Policy and Practice of Development), one module specific to Contemporary India and a dissertation (which must be written on a Contemporary India related topic). The dissertation will include the option of undertaking a 2 4 week internship during the summer months, either arranged by the student to be approved by the Convenor or, through the Careers Office who have a database of organisations offering internship positions in India. If the following combination of modules has been successfully completed, students may request that the following specialism appears on their final degree transcript: 'MSc Development Studies with special reference to Contemporary India'. Module Code Unit value Term Availability Political economy of development 15PDSC002 1 Unit Full Year Theory, policy and practice of development 15PDSC001 1 Unit Full Year Contemporary India: Issues, Methods and Approaches 15PAIC003 1 Unit Full Year Dissertation in Development Studies 15PDSC999 1 Unit Full Year Non Assessed Courses All MSc students in Development Studies are eligible to attend the one term , non assessed module, Economics for Beginners,which introduces students to basic concepts in microeconomics, macroeconomics, development economics, and statistics and econometrics.