The teaching is really good on this and the content is challenging but interesting. Only module i didn't enjoy was the sociology one but only because the seminars didn't really help or further our knowledge.
No course is really value for money if I'm being honest. Some core modules can be a bit boring but they're necessary. As for tutors/lecturers it varies widely, some are great, others are awful. Lots of opportunities in social work, social research, or crime.
Enjoyable degree but a few technical issues along the way, I.e strikes. It also happened that For a lot of modules it was the first year trialing it so there were some minor issues and uncertainty about assignments. Still enjoyed the majority of modules and support and open doors were available when not striking
the law school focuses more on the law students than my course so less opportunities, teaching mostly good except for 2 lectures that have had a few complaints about, content mostly good and overall enjoy 90% of the course, there are job prospects if you know what to do/where you want to go
Very theoretical, teaching staff read off a power point most of the time.
Only get to pick one discovery module in the first year - crime and deviance is good.
Inequalities module in first time was interesting.
Seminars are useful only if you do the essential readings.