A Philosophy and Sociology degree at Southampton provides you with an opportunity to explore the processes which lie behind social change, as well as the ideas and ideals driving those processes. Your time here will be rich, stimulating and enjoyable, and you will graduate as an independently-minded, confident individual with the skills required for a successful career. This programme explores human nature, the relationship between the individual and society, and the nature of social institutions.
This degree will also give you the opportunity to go abroad for your third year to continue your studies at one of our partner institutes, enabling you to broaden your horizons. Destinations include Europe, Asia and North America.
Social Problems and Social Policy; Introduction to Criminology; Foundations in Social & Anthropological Theory; Human Rights, Wellbeing and Politics; Ethics; Knowledge and mind; Freedom and responsibility; Philosophy of religion; Early Greek philosophy; Philosophy of art; Existentialism; Political philosophy; Metaphysics; Moral philosophy; Philosophy of mind; Philosophy of language; Epistemology; Applied ethics; Philosophy of fiction; Gender, philosophy and feminism; Philosophy of science; Environmental ethics; Happiness and wellbeing; Philosophy of mathematics; Philosophy of sex; Philosophy of emotion; Philosophy of film; Kant; Nietzsche; Kierkegaard; Heidegger; Wittgenstein
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The University of Southampton is a fantastic university which undertakes world-class research and amazing teaching. I have experienced first-hand the enthusiasm and passion of my lecturers and seminar tutors. The campus is particularly brilliant due to the large number of facilities based directly on campus such as the GP, Costa, Banking etc. In addition, the campus is incredibly green and is filled with nature and animals. The pastoral care is also very good and so it is easy to feel welcome at this institution.
Set for Year 1 for International at £16,536
Set for Year 1 for EU at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for England at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Northern Ireland at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Scotland at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Wales at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Channel Islands at £9,250
Couldn’t imagine myself anywhere else. It strikes a great balance between academia and a really fun place to live and study for a few years! In the unlikely event of any issues arising there are numerous university services to help you solve them :)
by Anonymous on 23rd August 2015
Honestly I couldn't choose anywhere over the university I am at. It's perfect for introverts and extroverts alike with courses that are flexible allowing you to study what you want from experts in the field.
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