This Sociology with Psychology Honours degree gives you the opportunity to study psychology and sociology in combination. The field of work that is expensive and varied and this course will develop your understanding of major concepts and themes in contemporary sociology and psychology, and enable you to relate them to daily life. These disciplines are natural allies, exploring how and why human beings behave as they do. Your studies will be supported by a work placement with one of London's leading NGOs or community organisations, where you will build invaluable professional experience.
Through studying sociology you will learn to find, extract and use both macro and micro information from international surveys to in-depth interviews and learn to use your findings to develop concrete, confident arguments. Through learning to conduct your own research projects and by analysing the work of others, you will become a professional researcher; this skill will make you highly valued by a wide range of employers.
Sociology and Psychology are amongst the oldest and most established of the social sciences within Higher education. Both disciplines are highly regarded by employers in both the public and private sectors.
Graduates in each of these subjects have some of the best postgraduate employment records of all degrees at Middlesex.
Graduates of this course have gone on to careers in research, teaching, management and a range of strategic roles within both the public and private sectors.
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