This joint degree offers students the opportunity to predominantly study sociology while broadening their understanding of social life through the study of psychology. BSc (Hons) in Sociology with Psychology enables students to develop the methodical expertise to analyse social and psychological data and the analytical capability to identify and engage with social policy debates. The skills developed in this degree are highly sought after in sectors as diverse as government, the NHS, education, market research and the media. More about this course; BSc (Hons) in Sociology with Psychology allows you to focus predominantly on Sociology while broadening your understanding of social life through the study of Psychology. Sociology is the systematic study of institutions, organisations and power and is concerned with the ways in which social relations between people emerge, are sustained and change. The course examines the organisation of global capitalism. It also explores the opportunities and structural inequalities that define our everyday lives, including those related to: gender, class, race and migration. Psychology focuses in more detail on aspects of individual cognition, development and behaviour. Students will have the opportunity to study diverse topics that include: family life, work, popular culture, food, criminology, media, cognition, behaviour and attachment. As well as developing strong research skills this course enables you to further your data skills through a Quantitative Methods (QM) pathway for your final 2 years of study.