The study of social sciences aims to stimulate your curiosity about the constantly changing world in which we live and to equip you with the capacity to understand and critically analyse it. Preparing you for a broad range of professions – from social work to teaching.
A humanities and social sciences qualification gives you the skills and knowledge that you need for a career working with people, their cultures and society. In the process of studying social sciences, you will develop transferable skills in problem-solving, group working and communication which are highly valued by employers.
Courses are available at a range of levels, from National 5 to MSc, with clear progression routes between these. There are a number of Honours degree course options in this department: Social Sciences; Scottish History; History and Politics; Sociology and Politics; Sociology and Criminology; Literature; and Psychology.
BA (Hons) Sociology and Criminology overview
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