Sociology and Criminology Degree Watch

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Anyone studying BSc Sociology and Criminology at University of Salford?
Or BA Criminology and Sociology/BSc Criminology and Sociology with Quantitative Methods at Manchester Metropolitan University?

If so, I have a few questions to ask as I am quite worried.
1) Do you have to do Oral Assessments and do you get picked on during lectures? I am asking this because I suffer from anxiety and if I have to do any of them I would end up having a panic attack. I would only be able to do an oral assessment in front of a lecturer. If you do have to do them, is it possible that I could talk to my lecturer and explain my problem?

2) What is the difference between a BA and BSc course? I know that BA stands for Bachelors of Art and BSc stands for Bachelors of Science, the explanation I have had so far is that BSc is more science based, but I still don't understand how the courses differ.
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Anyone thinking about studying BSc Criminology and Sociology at the University of Salford?
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BA Criminology and Sociology or BSc Criminology and Sociology with Quantitative Methods at the Manchester Metropolitan University?
In 2020.
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I've merged your two almost identical threads, and moved it to the Social and Political Sciences forum.
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Thank you!
(Original post by PhoenixFortune)
I've merged your two almost identical threads, and moved it to the Social and Political Sciences forum.
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