UCL (University College London): Heritage Evidence, Foresight and Policy
|Institution||UCL (University College London)|
|Department||Bartlett School of Environment, Energy & Resources|
Heritage is about the future of what matters, protecting objects and practices that have meaning for communities and society for future generations. But in the face of immense social and planetary change, what future are we facing and how do the choices we make help to shape it? This Master’s degree equips heritage practitioners and policy professionals to think critically and strategically about the long-term futures of what society values.
You will learn fundamental qualitative and quantitative research skills, designing research projects and writing to a high academic standard. You will gain practical expertise in foresight techniques, and understand what makes evidence relevant to policy teams. Students will work across a range of academic disciplines to explore concepts like complexity and emergence, and consider the different ways in which value is understood, assessed and protected in societies.
Students undertake modules to the value of 180 credits, comprising 120 taught credits and a 60 credit dissertation.
In the academic year 2020/21 all modules are compulsory: optional modules will be introduced to meet demand in subsequent academic years.
Upon successful completion of 180 credits, you will be awarded a MSc in Heritage Evidence, Foresight and Policy.
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