Best part time behavioural economics MSc?

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anaysmith
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Hi,

I am a Chemistry grad looking to study a subject which better supports my career. Therefore I am looking to do a post grad in something economics / consumer behaviour / consumer psychology based.

I am so far most interested in the behavioural economics course at city (https://www.city.ac.uk/courses/postg...ural-economics) which doesn't necessarily require an economics degree, is part time and the course looks brill.

Has anyone done this course? Or can recommend any others that I should look at?

Cheers,
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(Original post by anaysmith)
Hi,

I am a Chemistry grad looking to study a subject which better supports my career. Therefore I am looking to do a post grad in something economics / consumer behaviour / consumer psychology based.

I am so far most interested in the behavioural economics course at city (https://www.city.ac.uk/courses/postg...ural-economics) which doesn't necessarily require an economics degree, is part time and the course looks brill.

Has anyone done this course? Or can recommend any others that I should look at?

Cheers,
Postgrads don't tend to stick around so you may not get many opinions. Your best bet is to do a search using your key words of interest and look through course structures as only you will know what you are interested in. You also need to check entry requirements to make sure you can meet them.
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