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Subject: Social Sciences

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Subject: Social Sciences

Business and Human Rights

From fake news and climate change to the gig economy, this course will help you understand the human rights impacts of business for your career

International Commercial Law (Dual Qualifying – CY Cergy Paris University)

Prepare or further your international legal career by studying commercial modules in both Scotland and France, with the opportunity to gain two masters degrees


Immerse yourself in the study of people, culture and society. Learn about the key social factors that influence groups and organizations and develop skills in research and data analysis.

School Counseling

The Master of Science Degree in School Counseling is designed to prepare you to work in a school setting as a school counsellor and work directly with teachers, parents, and administrators in K-12 settings.

Social Work

Social Work is a profession for those with a strong desire to help and improve people's lives.

Marriage and Family Therapy

Marriage and Family Therapy students gain expertise in family systems theory and practice, clinical assessment and the prevention and treatment of relational problems.

Behavioral Science, Community Health

The Behavioral Science Major with Specialization in Community Health is designed for people who are interested in improving the health and well being of people in the community.

Behavioral Science, Health Services Management

The Health Services Management specialization focuses your major and gives you knowledge and experiences that are directed toward an eventual goal of being a health services administrator.

Healthcare Leadership

This course will give you the opportunity to learn alongside colleagues from a diverse range of professional settings to gain an in-depth understanding of the key principles, practice of leadership and subjects affecting today’s leaders in the NHS.


Discover how the human mind works and affects behaviour, gain research skills and professional experience. Choose an optional one-year paid work placement.