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Sociology Courses

Tackle important questions about the complex nature of human society and the world we live in

The twenty-first century has been a period of fast-moving change – our degrees explore the conflicts, confusion and challenges on the world around us

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BA (Hons) Sociology

Discover how humans interact with the world and explore research topics including gender, ethnicity, disability, poverty and social justice.

BA (Hons) Sociology with Criminology

Explore why people commit crimes with a focus on society and study modules in criminology and sociology, psychology and social policy topics. Read more.
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BA (Hons) Sociology with Integrated Foundation Year

Build your academic skills and confidence with an initial foundation year before you explore how humans interact with the world.
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BA (Hons) Sociology with Criminology with Integrated Foundation Year

Examine the nature of human interaction, society, and criminal behaviour after completing an integrated foundation year that builds your academic confidence and skills.
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Gain real work experience

Complete work experience or placements throughout your study

Create a bridge into professional careers or further postgraduate training and undertake work placements during your studies to enhance your learning and experience.

Expert teaching staff

Be taught by staff with real world experience

Co-Director of the Institute of Education, Health and Social Sciences

Chris began his career in community work after a spell in youth work and residential child care.

Programme Coordinator for BA Sociology and BA Sociology with Criminology

Steven teaches a broad range of sociology courses, including social theory, analysing contemporary social issues and research methods.

Professor of Neuropsychology and Neuroscience; Co-Director of the Institute of Education, Social and Life Sciences

Antonina is a Chartered psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society as well as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Personalised teaching

Learn from lectures who know you by name

You won’t get lost in the crowd at Chichester. With classes of up to 30 people, you will grow and be supported by your academic advisors and lecturers.

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