The central aim of Sociology is to cultivate in students the 'sociological imagination' needed to understand how individual actions and beliefs shape, and are shaped by, the social world around them.
Our expertise includes childhood, youth and ageing, the study of sexuality, health and the body, the construction and reconstruction of identities, the rise of consumer culture, and the profound transformations to social, culture and private life which economic and technological globalisation have delivered.
We offer the following Sociology degree pathways:
|Degree name||UCAS Code|
|Criminology and Social Policy (BSc)||8D46|
|Criminology and Sociology (BSc)||8F46|
|Human and Social Sciences (BSc)||58H2|
|Journalism Media and Sociology (BA)||LP35|
|Law and Criminology (LLB)||M190|
|Law and Sociology (LLB)||ML13|
|Politics and Sociology (BSc Econ)||LL32|
|Social Analytics (BSc)||J3G5|
|Social Science (BSc)||L301|
|Sociology and Education (BSc)||8J46|
|Sociology and History (BSc Econ)||LV31|
|Sociology and Social Policy (BSc)||8K46|