The MSc 2020 entry dates are early August (2020) - so if you are interested in an MSc in Crowd Safety and Risk Analysis, here are some details.
It is the same format as this course, with weekly feedback and discussion groups.
Entry qualifications are the successful completion of this course (and assessment) plus events/crowd experience.
In other words, if you found this course interesting/useful, the MSc goes into the depth of each topic and expands as follows:
Year 1 (2 x 12-week terms - all distance learning)
Unit 1 - Crowd Science and consulting application (reading and writing client briefs, researching topics, producing reports and analysis)
Unit 2 - Modelling Crowds and Events (application of the modelling tools to a wide range of events)
You can stop there with a PGCert (Post Graduate Certificate) or proceed to the second year
Unit 3 - Major Accident and Incidents (in this unit we explore a wide range of disasters and review the causes with an eye to expert witness and data analysis)
Unit 4 - Real-Time systems (in this unit we review the application of real-time analysis for fill prediction and emergency evacuation)
You can stop there with a PGDipl (Post Graduate Diploma) or proceed to year 3 which is your MSc Dissertation
It's £3,084 per year and 100% online. We do have an induction week each Sept (start of term) but it is optional.
Any questions - please drop me a line