Our learning and teaching

In addition to providing Honours degrees in Sociology and Social Policy and Criminology, the Faculty offers programmes leading to a range of combined Honours Degrees, an undergraduate degree in Social Work and a concurrent programme of Honours with teaching qualification in a wide range of subjects.  The Faculty also offers postgraduate programmes in Applied Social Research, Housing Studies, Dementia Studies, Criminology, Professional Education, Educational Enquiry, Teaching in Further Education, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Social Work, including Chid and Adult Protection, Leadership in Social Work and Education, and Social Enterprise. There are also MSc and PhD degrees by research and through a professional doctorate programme, including Applied Social Research, EdD and PhD in TESOL. The Masters Degrees in Applied Social Research and education Enquiry meet ESRC research training requirements. The Faculty is a partner in the ESRC-funded Scottish Doctoral Training Centre and recognised to receive studentships in Education, Social Work, Socio-Legal Studies, Social Policy and Sociology, and several multidisciplinary areas.

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