If you choose to study sociology and criminology you can learn why crime, social inequality and cultural are related in society. These degree courses introduce you to the theoretical foundations of criminology and criminal law, and help you understand social science research methods.
You will also have the opportunity to spend part of your second year in a voluntary work placement gaining valuable contacts and practical experience. You could also volunteer in your local community through our Active Student programme and put your studies into context in another country with our international exchange programme.
Sociology and criminology degree courses help you become an insightful critical thinker able to make an impact on the world.
You'll also become part of the School of Humanities and Social Science, a socially engaged academic community that is stimulating, demanding and relevant.