Presentación

If you´re interested in social issues and behaviour, then Sociology, which is the study of society, could be the degree for you.

In our fast changing world, Sociology is an exciting and increasingly relevant subject. Sociology at Bath Spa University is taught in an varied, interesting and supportive way by a small enthusiastic team. The Sociology programme will help you understand more about the world around you, give you insights into social problems and debates and also give you important skills that will prepare you for the workplace or postgraduate training.

Sociology is the study of societies, cultures, and groups. We live in complex societies with laws and informal rules that govern how we interact. Sociology helps you to understand more about yourself, others and the way society is organised.

Requisitos

Typical offer range for UK / EU applicants
260–300 UCAS Tariff points.

Programa

Modules
Year 1

Discovering Sociology
Society, Space and Welfare
Exploring Childhood
Year 2

Compulsory modules:

Sociology: Perspectives and Debates
Social Science Research Methods
Optional modules:

Criminology and Criminal Justice
Sociology of Education
Social Diversity and Social Divisions
Issues in Mental Health and Illness
Year 3

Compulsory modules:

Dissertation
Optional modules:

Globalisations: Crises and Opportunities
Global Work and Organisation
Ethnic Diversity and Racism in Britain
Community Engagement
Sociology of Health and Illness
Disability - A Life Course Approach
Religions and Spirituality in Society

Salidas profesionales

A Sociology degree is useful for any career that involves working with people, either in the private, public or ´third´ sectors, typically:

Management or administration in the public or private sector
Human resource management or marketing
Media or journalism
Social work
Health education or nursing
Law
The police
Penal institutions
Probation and working with offenders
Work in the voluntary sector
Social research

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