As a Sociology student at Lincoln, you are introduced to the study of human social behaviour, giving you the opportunity to improve your understanding of how societies are organised, how social identities are constructed and the issues facing some of society's most marginalised people.
On this course, students are encouraged to develop an understanding of the fabric of different societies, groups and political structures. Students have the opportunity to learn about 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 & Political Sciences, whose research actively informs contemporary academic and public policy debates.
This programme is not only designed to develop a student's sociological knowledge, but aims to equip students with a set of transferable skills relevant to further academic study and to the work place.
Underpinning many of the other social sciences, Sociology offers insight into the diverse and different social groups and structures that make up contemporary societies. Aiming to be at the forefront of contemporary social debates, this course seeks to analyse the different social constructions of everyday social life.