This varied Joint Honours degree will give you an insight into the structures that shape human societies, while allowing you to explore how those communities have changed over time. You’ll consider the complexities of class, gender, race and other factors in different societies, while gaining an understanding of key themes in British, European and world history. Core modules will introduce you to key theories and concepts in sociology, while in History you’ll focus on research methods and historiography. You’ll also choose from optional modules in both subjects, spanning from the early medieval period to today, cutting across cultures and considering some of the biggest social challenges faced in the modern world. From the Crusades to decolonisation, drug policy to ethnicity and sexuality, this wide-ranging and exciting course will give you a real insight into the relationships between individuals and society. You’ll also gain valuable skills that are valuable to employers.