This is a truly 21st-century sociology degree which encourages you to think about the society of the future, as well as listening to the marginalised voices of today.
Our approach is based on visual sociology. So that’s things like photography, advertising, tattoos, computer icons or filmmaking in a sociological context, for instance.
You can choose from a range of modules covering topics including identity, digital life, politics, inequalities, social justice, popular culture and evil. You’ll pursue your own areas of interest and develop your understanding of the world and the people around you.