All of our undergraduate degrees in the School of Sociology and Social Policy explore how societies work, and what can be done when they don't.
We offer a wide range of optional modules, including choices from other disciplines, and a flexible system which allows you to tailor your degree to your own interests and career aspirations.
Studying at Nottingham enables you to develop a global perspective of your chosen subject and there are also opportunities to study abroad at partner institutions in locations such as Australia, Canada and China.
The school has excellent teaching and learning facilities, including a dedicated student common room and you will be assigned a personal tutor for the whole of your course, who will help guide your studies during your time at Nottingham.
We offer the following single and joint honours undergraduate degree programmes, which are all three years in duration:
A Q-Step ahead
We are one of 18 institutions in the UK to have been selected to participate in the Q-Step programme, designed to help provide the next generation of social scientists with the evaluative and analytical skills required to examine data, as well as enhancing their career prospects.
A specially designed Quantitative Methods pathway is available on our BA Sociology.
How to apply
If you're applying for admission to a full-time first degree course (even if you already hold a degree), you must apply through UCAS.