Business and Social Sciences (Postgrad)


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Faculty Facts

Annual tuition fees

$12,030 $14,524

Pre-Masters Programme Business and Social Sciences

  • 2 terms £1,000 £2,000

Pre-Masters Programme Engineering and Science

  • 2 terms £1,000 £2,500


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Degree type

Master, Pre-Master’s

List of Programs

Progression programs:

  1. Artificial Intelligence & Applications MSc
  2. Autism MSc
  3. Business & Management MSc
  4. Business Analysis & Consulting MSc
  5. Business Translation and Interpreting MSc
  6. Business Translation and Interpreting PGDip
  7. Construction Law LLM
  8. Criminal Justice & Penal Change LLM
  9. Criminal Justice & Penal Change MSc
  10. Data Analytics MSc
  11. Digital Heath Systems MSc
  12. Digital Journalism MLitt
  13. Digital Marketing Management MSc
  14. Economics & Finance MSc
  15. Economics & Policy of Energy & Climate Change MSc
  16. Economics, Applied MSc
  17. Education Studies MSc
  18. Entrepreneurial Management & Leadership MSc
  19. Entrpreneurship, Innovation and Technology MSc
  20. Finance and Management MSc
  21. Finance MSc
  22. Financial Technology MSc
  23. Global Environmental Law and Governance LLM
  24. Health Analysis, Policy and Management MSc
  25. Health History MSc
  26. Historical Studies MSc
  27. Human Resource Management MSc
  28. Human Resources and International Management MSc
  29. Human Rights Law LLM
  30. Information and Library Studies MSc
  31. Information and Library Studies MSc
  32. Information Management MSc
  33. Innovation and Marketing Management MSc
  34. International Accounting & Finance MSc
  35. International Banking & Finance MSc
  36. International Commercial Law LLM
  37. International Human Resource Management MSc
  38. International Management MSc
  39. International Marketing MSc
  40. International Relations MSc
  41. International Relations, Law and Security LLM
  42. International Relations, Law and Security MSc
  43. International Social Welfare MSc
  44. Internet Law & Policy LLM
  45. Investment & Finance MSc
  46. IT & Telecommunications Law LLM
  47. Law & Finance LLM
  48. Law LLM
  49. Marketing MSc
  50. Media & Communication MLitt
  51. Mediation & Conflict Resolution LLM
  52. Mediation & Conflict Resolution MSc
  53. Political Research MSc
  54. Politics MSc
  55. Primary Education PGDE
  56. Project Management and Innovation MSc
  57. Public Policy MSc
  58. Quantitative Finance MSc
  59. Secondary Education PGDE
  60. Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship MSc
  61. Social Policy (Research Methods) MSc
  62. Social Policy MSc
  63. Software Development MSc
  64. Tesol and Intercultural Communication MSc
  65. Tourism Marketing Management MSc


Academic Requirements

  • Recognised first degree, GPA 2.5/4.0 scale or 3.0/5.0 scale


English Tests Requirements



(with minimum 5.5 in all areas)

About Faculty

This subject pathway will prepare you for a postgraduate degree at the Strathclyde Business School or Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences. Find out about the modules you will study.

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