Social Policy and Sociology at Lincoln draws on a range of social science disciplines to offer an insight into the diverse and different social groups and structures that make up society.
At the forefront of contemporary social debates, this combined degree course of Social Policy and Sociology aims to analyse and critique the different social constructions of everyday social life. It allows students the opportunity to engage with key debates about social problems and welfare, alongside the study of sociological theory and research methods.
This degree offers an opportunity for students to engage in research-led teaching and get an insight into innovative academic theories and practices.
This course aims to offer a distinct range of modules, drawing upon the expertise of academics in the School of Social and Political Sciences and the wider University, in order to deliver an academically rigorous and contemporary programme.
The specialist modules taught are designed to enable students to advance their discipline-specific knowledge and also help enable them to develop a range of cognitive and practical skills, which may be relevant to a range of careers.