MA Critical and Creative Media
The MA in Critical and Creative Media provides students with a wide range of media skills across several sectors, including new and emergent media, screen production, media archives, digital humanities and identity technologies. The programme’s unique and flexible structure provides students with an accelerated route through three media-related areas to facilitate specialisation: media and histories, digital media and screen production.
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MA Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice
The MA Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice provides students with an opportunity to deepen their engagement with a wide range of criminological and criminal justice issues. Criminology, the scientific study of crime, deals with issues that are constantly in the media and attract much public interest. Given the impact of globalising processes on crime and on society more generally in the contemporary era, the Department of Law has identified the need for a programme to deepen engagement with the global across a wide range of criminological and criminal justice issues. The MA in Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice has been developed to address this need.Graduates may go on to work in careers within An Gardaí Síochána, the security industry, data analytics, probation, the prison service, the civil service, research institutes, academia, the NGO sector, etc.
Programme Director: Dr. Claire Hamilton
Tel: +353(0)1 708 6235
The MSc Design Innovation is ideal for anyone from a range of career or degree backgrounds aspiring to be an innovator in their workplace. The course prepares its students for roles in strategic marketing, innovation leadership, product management, market research, design strategy and new product or service development. Current students on the course come from a variety of sectors including technology, design, marketing, business, agri-food, healthcare, manufacturing and service industries.
The aim of the MA Sociology: Internet and Society programme is to prepare students for both academic and non-academic research positions and roles which support social behaviour online, including on social media and in large transnational online communities. Ireland is the European headquarters for many multinational digital media companies, and with the development of big data and data warehousing we also see the emergence of a range of data ‘savvy’ roles (Expert Group on Future Skills and Forfás, 2014). There is a demand for digitally literate graduates who understand the social, cultural, political, legal and business aspects of transnational online users. Graduates of this course will be able to interface with programmers and designers and with those working on the deep statistical analysis of user data. They will be able to develop, execute and report on internet based research projects for a range of public and private sector employers.
Students can apply on www.pac.ie under the general MA Sociology for the MA Sociology: Internet and Society.
Tel +353 (0)1 708 3659
The MA Geography offers a wide-ranging programme of taught modules. Core modules develop competencies in human geographic thought and field methods; methodological modules develop skills in analysis, research and public engagement; and specialist modules provide the opportunity for research-led teaching and learning in areas such as 'Art, Culture and Environment' and 'Cities, Globalisation and Development'. The MA in Geography also includes an independent research thesis, to be submitted in July. Overall, the programme is designed to nurture independent and critical thinking from a human geography perspective.
Programme Director Dr Mary Gilmartin
Tel +353 (0)1 708 6617
The LLM (International Justice) is an exciting new postgraduate programme from the Department of Law which offers placement opportunities with partner civil society organisations including Transparency International (Ireland). The newly approved LLM in International Justice provides opportunities for students to prepare themselves for policy and advocacy work in national, regional, and international organisations with a social and economic justice mandate. The programme is open to both law graduates and graduates of cognate disciplines, enabling law graduates to specialise in the field of international law and non-law graduates to develop legal skills with a view to undertaking a vocational law programme in the future.
Programme Director: Dr Noelle Higgins
Tel: +353(0)1 708 6235