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BSc (Hons) Sociology

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Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Study mode Full-time
Duration 3 years
Intakes September
Tuition (Local students) Data not available
Tuition (Foreign students) $ 57,172
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Entry Requirements

  • GCSE Mathematics.
  • English Language at grade C or above
  • If your qualifications are not equivalent to British A levels, you can take an access course to meet the academic requirements of your course.

Curriculum

Year 1
Compulsory Units

  • Social problems & social policy
  • Academic and research skills I: introduction to qualitative methods
  • Social policy, welfare and the state
  • Academic and research skills II: introduction to quantitative methods

Optional Units

  • Organisational behaviour
  • Introduction to European studies
  • Key concepts in politics
  • Comparative politics
  • Introduction to international development
  • Director of Studies approved unit
  • French written and spoken language 1
  • German written and spoken language 1
  • Italian written & spoken language 1 (advanced entry)
  • Spanish written and spoken language 1 Mind and behaviour 
  • Europe since 1945
  • Political ideologies
  • British politics
  • Introduction to social analysis of development
  • Science, technology and society 
  • Director of Studies approved unit

Year 2
Compulsory Units

  • Qualitative social research methods
  • Theoretical issues 1: structure and agency and other dualisms in social theory
  • Philosophy of the social sciences
  • Quantitative data analysis

Optional Units

  • European political thought
  • American politics
  • Social psychology: traditional and critical approaches
  • Family matters: the sociology of the family & family policy
  • Poverty, social justice, and the state
  • Sociology of criminal justice policy
  • Researching social change
  • Political sociology
  • Social concepts of humans, monsters and machines
  • Director of Studies approved unit
  • French written & spoken language 2
  • German written & spoken language 2
  • Italian written and spoken language 2
  • Totalitarian politics
  • Developmental psychology
  • 'Race' & racism
  • Making and communicating policy: theories and practices 6 Credits
  • Social policy evaluation
  • Organisational sociology and managing people
  • The sociology of health and healthcare today
  • Understanding childhood: sociological perspectives & policy issues
  • The sociology of the body
  • International politics of development
  • Development policy and practice    6 Credits
  • The manufacture of consent: propaganda, public relations and power
  • Director of Studies approved unit

Year 3
Compulsory Units:

  • Sociology dissertation 1
  • Theoretical issues II: subjectivities & identities
  • Sociology dissertation 2

Optional Units

  • French written and spoken language 4
  • German written & spoken language 4
  • Italian written and spoken language 4
  • The politics of ethnicity, religion, and nationalism
  • Social protection and welfare reform
  • Power & commitment in organisations
  • Corporate power & the social challenge
  • Sociology of death
  • Conflict, security and international development
  • American politics
  • Family matters: the sociology of the family & family policy
  • Poverty, social justice, and the state
  • Sociology of criminal justice policy
  • Researching social change
  • Political sociology
  • Social concepts of humans, monsters and machines
  • Culture & national identity
  • In search of Europe (1) - the cold war 1945 - 1989
  • Transitions to democracy
  • Director of Studies approved unit

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