The Social Science degree provides an opportunity to study on an interdisciplinary programme, combining the theories and methods from across the social sciences.
The programme allows you to study across the social science spectrum - anthropology, criminology, education, psychology, sociology, social policy - and think outside of conventional disciplinary boundaries.
During your course you will have the opportunity to select specialist topic areas to study in greater depth, alongside developing research skills and acquiring a broad understanding of the social sciences. Interdisciplinary study is a foundation for a wide variety of employment.
|Degree name||UCAS Code|
|Social Science (BSc)||L301|
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