I looked through previous threads but I couldn't find anything so... I am currently studying sociology at A level and recently got an A overall for AS. I know I want to further this at UNI but I was thinking of doing a major/minor course in either sociology and anthropology or sociology and criminology, or just sociology itself. if anyone has/is going to study this I would love some advice on why the courses are good to take, etc. I'm really not sure on what job id like to do when I'm older so it just makes this process even harder! if anyone has any advice it would be appreciated.
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- Thread Starter
- 17-08-2013 15:53
- 23-11-2014 20:49
If you want to pursue social sciences, but are struggling to decide what degree to choose then I recommend having a look at the Sheffield Methods institute.
Its a new department which offers an interdisciplinary approach at the University of Sheffield. With core quantitative, management and unrestricted options.