On the BA Social Policy with Quantitative Research you are taught by international experts in the field of social policy. We use a variety of teaching methods, including lectures, case study analysis, group projects and presentations, and individual and group tutorials. A quantitative research minor opens your mind to new ways of thinking. As part of a multi-million pound national campaign to improve quantitative skills amongst undergraduates, the Q-Step centre boasts a team of world-class quantitative researchers, and innovative technology-based teaching methods. Starting with no assumed statistical knowledge, you will graduate with an advanced package of practical quantitative skills alongside your subject specific knowledge in social policy. Kent’s social policy programmes are based in the School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research (SSPSSR), which has consistently achieved the highest ratings for its teaching and research.