|Description:||Our Sociology degree is concerned with understanding the relationships between people in contemporary societies. We cover compelling issues such as equality, social justice and the impact of living in diverse populations.
This course uses empirical research combined with critical analysis to understand social order, disorder and change. It is crucial to developing social policy. It's ideal if you're interested in issues such as equality, social justice and the impact of living in a diverse population. During your degree you'll assess different theoretical perspectives on the social world and you'll develop an understanding of various research methods in the analysis of multifarious social processes and the most contemporary issues facing society today. Throughout your course you'll have the opportunity to engage in subjects such as drug use, education, homelessness, surveillance, security, poverty, unemployment, sexuality, ethnicity, gender, deviance, social problems and policy.
|Cost per year:*||
£11,100 per year