Social Sciences departments offer a wide range of diverse, stimulating and high quality undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research programmes, all of which are underpinned by the innovative research being undertaken by our academics. Degrees range from lab-based science in departments such as Geography and Archaeology, through to the professionally-oriented provision in Business and Education. A number of part-time postgraduate taught and postgraduate research programmes are also offered.
Social Sciences departments offer nine undergraduate programmes, all leading to a BA (Hons) degree. Some are in single academic disciplines and others are joint degrees combining one or more subjects from the social sciences and/or humanities.
All but one (Law with Law Studies in Europe) are three years in duration.
A wide range of taught masters degrees are offered across the Social Sciences Division which are suitable for those wanting to further a specialist interest (e.g. for career development purposes) or for students seeking research training in preparation for doctoral study. Professional training and executive education courses are also offered by a number of departments.
For current students
Students wishing to find information about their programme of study are encouraged to check the relevant departmental/faculty handbook and/or website, or contact their course director or administrator.
Undergraduates with queries about tutorial provision should discuss this with their college tutor or Senior Tutor.