Through studying Psychology and Sociology (Hons) at Bishop Grosseteste University you’ll gain an in-depth understanding of the scientific nature of the subject and if it’s wider cultural and social impact. You will develop your understanding of psychology and its theories of the mind, emotions and behaviour and become familiar with how these theories are applied in our lives, communities and societies.
BGU’s Sociology programme provides a comprehensive and exciting introduction to the study of all aspects of the social world.
The course takes you on a journey from the 19th-century foundations of the discipline through to the social, cultural and political changes that are reshaping our globalising world. Along the way, you’ll see how sociological thinking is crucial for people who want to understand the world around them, whether as students, tuition-fee payers, citizens, employees (or via any of their other social roles).
Psychology graduates go on to work in a range of sectors including teaching, education or training, local government, health and social work and in areas of industry including human resources management.
By the end of this course, you will be ready to apply your knowledge of psychology to the world in which you live, with the necessary workplace skills for a variety of future careers. Future careers for the BA in Psychology and Sociology (Hons) at Bishop Grosseteste University College graduates may include work within Clinical settings, Counselling, Mental Health Services, Education and Research.
The wide range of graduate-level employment-related opportunities and positions available to BGU Sociology graduates include Activism and campaigning, Advertising, Arts, Bankers (e.g. investment bankers, analysts), Charity administrators, Community and youth workers, Curators, Entrepreneurs, Filmmakers, Financial analysts, Journalists, Lawyers, Lecturers, Marketing, Police officers, Public relations (PR), Researchers, School and college teachers and Social workers.
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