We have developed the interdisciplinary BSc Social Analytics pathway to combine a thorough training in quantitative methods and statistical literacy with placement opportunities and modules from sociology, criminology, education, social policy and politics.
We want to give you the opportunity to explore social issues through the analysis of quantitative social data and the study of the methods used to capture such data. Examples of the social issues might include:
- educational attainment
- crime rates
- voting behaviour.
BSc Social Analytics students are guaranteed a work placement with relevant organisations, such as the Office for National Statistics (ONS) or Welsh Government. This will help you to maximise your employability by applying what you have learnt on the course and in the workplace.