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Hi! I'm looking to study sociology at university, however, a few of the universities I'm looking at only offer it as a masters degree, and instead offer "Social sciences" as a bachelors degree. I'm not sure what the difference is between the two and I wanted to ask whether I should instead look at other unis or take social sciences and later move to sociology after I get a bachelors degree. Advice is appreciated!!
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Hi! I'm looking to study sociology at university, however, a few of the universities I'm looking at only offer it as a masters degree, and instead offer "Social sciences" as a bachelors degree. I'm not sure what the difference is between the two and I wanted to ask whether I should instead look at other unis or take social sciences and later move to sociology after I get a bachelors degree. Advice is appreciated!!
Hi ktalih04

It's great you are considering further study.

Here at Hull we do a Criminology and Sociology degree, the course details are here:https://www.hull.ac.uk/study/undergr...iology-ba-hons . Have a look at the modules etc, you can also chat with Gabrielle on our ask a student page, who is currently studying it: https://www.hull.ac.uk/study/ask-a-student .

Best of luck

Chris
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