BSc Social Policy
Social policy courses at Bristol
- Social Policy, BSc
UCAS code: L400
- Social Policy with Management, BSc
UCAS code: LN42
- Social Policy and Politics Joint Honours, BSc
UCAS code: LL42
- Social Policy and Sociology Joint Honours, BSc
UCAS code: LL43
- Social Policy with Quantitative Research Methods, BSc
UCAS code: L402
- Social Policy with Criminology, BSc
UCAS code: LM49
- Social Policy with Study Abroad, BSc
UCAS code: L404
- Social Policy with Quantitative Research Methods, MSci
UCAS code: L403
- International Social and Public Policy, BSc
UCAS code: L410
- International Social and Public Policy with Study Abroad, BSc
UCAS code: L411
- Social Policy with Innovation, MSci
UCAS code: L405
These courses are designed to introduce you to the interdisciplinary study of social policy, and to develop your skills and knowledge throughout your time at Bristol. As you move through the course you are given the chance to make more choices each year, and can construct your choice of specialisms within the range offered.
The first year, therefore, includes units covering historical and theoretical perspectives, and introducing comparative and international themes and concepts. The second year develops those conceptual frameworks and allows you to follow up your own interests in your choice of units. The third year includes the opportunity for you to design and carry out your own investigation for your dissertation, and to explore more optional areas.
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Take a look at the latest Social Policy magazine 2018 (PDF, 2,147kB) with articles from current students and teaching staff.
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