Postgraduate study in Psychology and the Social Sciences

In this session the Programme directors Johanna Motzkau, Kesi Mahendran, and module team chair Daniel McCulloch outline plans for the new curriculum in terms of Masters Qualifications in Psychology, Forensic Psychological Studies and an innovative MA in Crime and Justice. In addition to introducing what will be available they discuss the experience of Postgraduate study for students at the Open University.

Presentation time: 
Saturday, 26 September, 2015 - 13:00
Presenter(s): 

Daniel McCulloch

Daniel McCulloch

Dan is a Lecturer in Criminology and Social Policy. He is has recently been chair of the level 2 module DD208 ‘Welfare, Crime and Society’, and is chair of a postgraduate module in production, DD830 ‘Critical Perspectives on Crime and Justice’. Dan’s research has focussed on the experiences of people in ‘marginalised’ populations, such as ‘rough sleepers’ and deaf prisoners. For more information on Dan, click http://goo.gl/N0u3p3

Johanna Motzkau

Johanna Motzkau, PhD, CPsychol., Dipl. Psych.

Kesi Mahendran

Kesi Mahendran

Kesi Mahendran is a social psychologist who works on migration-mobility, non-mobility, belonging, integration and citizenship. Her current interests include European citizenship and the dialogue between citizens and their governments. She was a senior analyst in the Scottish Government who joined the Open University in 2007. She currently directs the Enactments research programme within the Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance and is the Qualification Director for the new MSc in Psychology (available in 2016).