All of our undergraduate degrees in the School of Sociology and Social Policy explore how societies work, and what can be done when they do not.
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.
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We offer the following single and joint honours undergraduate degree programmes:
On our BA Criminology, you’ll explore crime, victimisation and crime control, drawing on insights from social policy, sociology, law, psychology, politics, history, and the media.
On our BA Criminology and Social Policy, you will study modules from both subjects. This will deepen your understanding of responses to crime as a social problem.
On this course, you’ll explore the workings of contemporary societies and how the state responds to major social problems.
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Studying sociology has captured my imagination and allowed me to develop new interest areas to pursue in later study and life. It is both challenging and rewarding, with the staff maintaining my interest, expanding my horizons and supporting me the whole way.
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