BA (Hons) Sociology - Full-time

Bachelor's degree

En Lincoln (England)

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  • Tipología

    Bachelor's degree

  • Lugar

    Lincoln (England)

  • Duración


Sociology provides a framework for the study of human behaviour, examining how societies are organised, how social identities are constructed, and the issues facing some of society’s most marginalised people.

On Lincoln’s BA (Hons) Sociology degree, students are encouraged to examine the fabric of different societies, groups, and political structures. This includes studying the changing nature and role of the family unit, how technological advances have transformed the way we interact, and what subcultures can teach us about mainstream society.

The curriculum draws on the expertise of staff from across Lincoln’s School of Social and Political Sciences, whose research actively informs contemporary academic and public policy debates.

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¿Esta formación es para mi?: Sociology students can develop skills that are relevant to a range of employment sectors, including local and national government, education, research, and the media. Some graduates may choose to pursue careers in policy development, social work, or campaigning, while others may opt to study further at postgraduate level.

Requisitos: United Kingdom GCE Advanced Levels: BBC Non UK Qualifications: EU and Overseas students will be required to demonstrate English language proficiency equivalent to IELTS 6.0 overall, with a minimum of 5.5 in each element. For information regarding other English language qualifications we accept, please visit the English Requirements page

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Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
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  • Politics
  • Security
  • Sociology
  • Full Time
  • Imagination
  • Social
  • Social Issues
  • Sociological
  • Transnational
  • Science concepts
  • Applying Research
  • Key Social


First Year
  • Applying Research (Social Sciences) (Core)
  • Key Social Science Concepts (Core)
  • Social Issues and Social Justice (Core)
  • Sociological Imagination (Core)
Second Year
  • (Re)Reading the Sociological Canon I (Core)
  • (Re)reading the Sociological Canon II (Core)
  • Comparative Politics and Policy (Option)
  • Conceptualising Sex Work (Option)
  • Crime in Literature (Option)
  • Criminology in the Professions (Option)
  • Debating Welfare States (Option)
  • Ideology into Practice (Option)
  • Nations and Nationalism (Option)
  • Policing Crime and Deviance (Option)
  • Political Parties (Option)
  • Politics and Society in Contemporary China (Option)
  • Researching in Social Science (Core)
  • Social Engagement (Option)
  • Sociology of Education (Option)
  • Sociology of Religion (Option)
  • Thinking Politics (Option)
  • Transnational Security Studies (Option)
  • Understanding the City (Core)
  • Welfare Policy and Work (Option)
  • Work and Society (Core)
  • Youth Justice (Option)
  • Youth, Culture and Resistance (Core)
Third Year
  • Analysing the Policy Process (Option)
  • Body Politics (Option)
  • Care or control? Welfare institutions in Britain before the welfare state (Option)
  • Children, Families and the State (Option)
  • Counselling and Guidance Skills (Option)
  • Counter-Terrorism Studies (Option)
  • Crimes of the Powerful (Option)
  • Emotions in Everyday Social Life (Option)
  • Gender and Violence (Option)
  • Human Rights (Social Sciences) (Option)
  • Independent Study (Core)
  • Multiculturalism and Britishness (Option)
  • Police Studies (Option)
  • Race and Racism (Option)
  • The Politics of Masculinity (Option)
  • Understanding the Policy Process (Option)
  • War Crimes and Genocide (Option)
  • Working With Adults (Option)
  • Working With Children and Families (Option)

Información adicional

3-4 Years

£14,100 per level

BA (Hons) Sociology - Full-time

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