You will explore how crime, education, health, housing, and poverty come to be viewed as social problems as well as the social enterprises which seek to address these issues.In doing so, it involves an investigation of how modern societies understand human need, equality and social justice, and considers the ways in which the institutions of the modern state and supra-states address social problems and how they provide for people's welfare.At the end of your course, you will know how to connect the issues and problems facing contemporary societies with the big ideas that shed light on their character and create innovative enterprise solutions.
You will benefit from the teaching expertise at the School of Sociology and Social Policy and the Leeds Enterprise Centre which is the focal point for enterprise education and research on campus.
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You then study one of the following Enterprise modules.
You choose one Sociology and Social Policy modules from the following list.
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