The MSc War & Psychiatry allows successful applicants to develop skills and knowledge about the way individuals respond to psychological trauma. Drawing on multidisciplinary expertise, students can compare the experiences of different nations to identify both theoretical and practical elements. The programme is ideal for careers in military psychiatry and related NGO, emergency and anti-terrorist services.
Find out more at our Open Evening on 28 January.
- Students understand the major principles and issues of military psychiatry.
- Students learn not only about the psychological effects on soldiers fighting on the front line but also how civilians cope when subjected to the trauma of war or acts of terrorism.
- Students develop knowledge and skills not necessarily provided by clinical training.
Professor Edgar Jones and Dr Ian Robbins
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180/ECTS 90
One year FT, two years PT.
Denmark Hill Campus; Strand Campus.
Relevant for a career in military psychiatry and related NGO, emergency and anti-terrorist services.
Year of entry 2015