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Department of Sociology, Bowland North,
Lancaster University, LA1 4YT, UK
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Studying at CSEC, you will be part of an established centre of excellence for environmental research enaged in a distinctive brand of enagaged policy research. You will also be part of a wider, lively multidisciplinary intellectual community of postgraduates at Lancaster, engaged in the critical study of technology, environment and genetics with a range of disciplinary perspectives.
MA or MSc in Environment, Culture and Society
Relaunched in collaboration with the Lancaster Environment Centre for 2013.
This MA, established in 1996, has been acclaimed as the leading Masters course on environment and society in the UK. (Professor Andrew Barry, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford University, and external examiner of the MA Environment, Culture and Society 2006-2009).
This course brings together insights from sociology and geography, bringing together cutting edge social, cultural and environmental theories and approaches. The program gives new meanings to the notion of 'sustainability' in a fast-changing world, and recognises that finding new ways to lever societal transformation also requires an understanding the dynamics of environmental and earth processes.
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MPhil and PhD in Environment and Society
CSEC has a thriving and international social science postgraduate community, including visiting and resident doctoral students in areas such as:
CSEC is recognised by the ESRC for postgaduate funding purposes under the 1+3 scheme. If students have already done an ESRC-recognised MA, they may qualify for a +3 award, to commence at MPhil/PhD level in the Institute. If not, they can apply for a 1+3 award.
Please contact Dr Claire Waterton, Admissions Tutor, for further information.
Tel +44 (0) 1524 593322
You are welcome to come into the department on an informal basis to meet staff and current students and also look around the department and university.
Please contact Rachel Hemmings to arrange this.
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