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Taught master's

Our taught master's courses provide one year (full-time) or two years (part-time) of study in the following areas.

MSc in History of Science, Technology and Medicine and Medical Humanities

This master's programme offers two study pathways, depending on the focus of your studies and the units taken. Both pathways are wide-ranging survey courses that lead to an in-depth specialised research project.

History of Science, Technology and Medicine

This pathway focuses on 19th and 20th century science, technology and medicine, their social and cultural backgrounds, and their implications for the present and future.

Medical Humanities

This pathway combines historical understanding of medicine and healthcare with diverse approaches from literary studies, the social sciences and the visual arts. It is available to intercalating medical students or as a standalone course.

Find out more about both pathways on the MSc History of Science, Technology and Medicine course page.

Any questions? Please contact the programme directors:

MSc in Science Communication

This course combines a theoretical grounding in history and policy studies with insight and experience from print and broadcast journalism, museums and public events, public policy and advocacy, and other professional fields.

It is a vocationally focused course combining theory and hands-on practice for roles in areas including media, public events and policy work.

Find out more on the MSc Science Communication course page.
Any questions? Please contact the programme director, Dr David Kirby.