Are you fascinated by social change and how it might be brought about? Do you want to play a part in this process by developing an expertise on how social institutions (governments, NGOs) seek to advance human welfare at national and global level? A degree in Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Southampton provides you with a big step towards this goal. The course focuses on social institutions, social inequalities and social transformations. It allows students to explore how inequalities of power within society shape social outcomes and what steps might be taken to transform this situation. With a range of highly accessible modules, the BSc Sociology and Social Policy degree prepares graduates for a career in a range of sectors, from NGOs to government to teaching. You will leave this course as a highly skilled social scientist with an acute awareness of national and global social issues and how they might be addressed.