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Sociology, Social Policy and Anthropology

Sociology and anthropology focus on the study of human behaviour and social life. These degrees will frequently use theory and scientific study to understand why people behave as they do in our world. Module examples include social theory, social change, gender and qualitative research skills.

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5 courses are available in for Sociology, Social Policy and Anthropology

Sociology

Disability Studies with Inclusive Practice FdA

Disability Studies with Inclusive Practice FdA UCAS Code L591

Disability Studies with Inclusive Practice FdA

  • 48 UCAS Points
  • Full-Time
  • 2 years course
  • On Campus
Full-Time
Criminology and Criminal Justice FdA

Criminology and Criminal Justice FdA UCAS Code LM32

Criminology and Criminal Justice FdA

  • 48 UCAS Points
  • Full-Time
  • 2 years course
  • On Campus
Full-Time
Politics and Sociology with Foundation Entry BA Hons

Politics and Sociology with Foundation Entry BA Hons UCAS Code QF90

Politics and Sociology with Foundation Entry BA Hons

  • 32 UCAS Points
  • Full-Time
  • 4 years course
  • On Campus
Full-Time
Politics and Sociology BA Hons

Politics and Sociology BA Hons UCAS Code Q390

Politics and Sociology BA Hons

  • 80 UCAS Points
  • Full-Time
  • 3 years course
  • On Campus
Full-Time
Criminology & Criminal Justice CertHE

Criminology & Criminal Justice CertHE UCAS Code LM33

Criminology & Criminal Justice CertHE

  • 48 UCAS Points
  • Full-Time
  • 12 months course
  • On Campus
Full-Time

Social Policy

Criminology and Criminal Justice FdA

Criminology and Criminal Justice FdA UCAS Code LM32

Criminology and Criminal Justice FdA

  • 48 UCAS Points
  • Full-Time
  • 2 years course
  • On Campus
Full-Time
Criminology & Criminal Justice CertHE

Criminology & Criminal Justice CertHE UCAS Code LM33

Criminology & Criminal Justice CertHE

  • 48 UCAS Points
  • Full-Time
  • 12 months course
  • On Campus
Full-Time
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