Sociology focuses on questions about how we engage in society. It examines how we make sense of, understand, and evaluate the social structures, organisations, processes, cultures and groups we live our lives within. It is a discipline that recognises we are social animals, and that our wellbeing is tied to the welfare of others and society as a whole. This degree encourages you to develop the skills to become a critical independent thinker, exploring and enquiring about social issues and problems. Our innovative and creative learning and teaching approaches enable you to develop the transferable research skills and knowledge you need to expand your sociological imagination, as well as obtain skills for your chosen career path
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Your achievements are assessed throughout the programme. Modules use a variety of methods including essays, case studies, portfolios, oral presentations, e-log books, completion of directed tasks, class tests and examinations.
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Great place, with so many friendly people! There's loads to do, no matter what you’re into – you can hike in the Lake District or go down to the lovely beach in Sefton, or party in Liverpool or Manchester, all of which is less than half an hour away on trains or via cheap taxis. Ormskirk is a little small, but that’s the only problem! The teachers are incredibly supportive and friendly, and you'll have access to loads of helpful resources on your course.
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