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BA (Hons) Psychology and Sociology

Study two core Social Science disciplines for a joint honours degree. 

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Part-time Duration: 3 to 6 years
Starting in: January, April, July, October
Tuition Fee: £20,805 (UK), £16,500 (International)
Location: Online

Both Psychology and Sociology explore human behaviours – but at different levels. While Psychology focuses on individuals, Sociology looks at broader social issues that affect those individuals; such as poverty, inequality and social injustice.

These are examined alongside societal factors such as government policy and globalisation. You get the chance to take the individual and the social together, to give you a balanced understanding of how society functions.

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Courses included

  • Research methods
  • Biological psychology
  • Cognitive psychology
  • Individual differences
  • Developmental psychology
  • Social psychology