Undergraduate Sociology, Criminology and Terrorism Degrees
Investigate the structures and cultures of different societies throughout the world and history.
You'll analyse the various patterning found in society. Tackling the economy, media, surveillance, gender and race we'll be key to your degree. You'll also chart social trends to help us better understand the dilemmas of modern life. And you'll raise philosophical issues about the ways in which we study society.
Each degree will give you opportunities to develop your ability to research and assess different theories on the social world. You'll also look at various research methods in the analysis and the place of people in society.
This course is ideal for those with a natural curiosity who are looking for a rewarding career in the community, police and justice sectors. In these roles, you'll get the chance to implement positive changes in people's lives.
Criminology with Offender Management BA (Hons)
This is one of the only awards in the country that has been specifically designed to prepare students for work in offender management and community rehabilitation.
Sociology BA (Hons)
Our Sociology degree is concerned with understanding the relationships between people in contemporary societies. We cover compelling issues such as equality, social justice and the impact of living in diverse populations.
Sociology, Criminology and Deviance BA (Hons)
Explore the impact of equality, social justice, and living in a diverse population on relations between people in our Sociology, Criminology and Deviance degree.
Terrorism and Criminology BA (Hons)
Gain a national and international understanding of crime, terrorism and deviance in contemporary societies with our Terrorism and Criminology degree.
What our staff and students say
The lecturers at Staffordshire University work on a personal level, which reaches to students' individual needs. They have vast experience of teaching, working and research. They are helpful and dedicated to ensuring that students get the best from their time at university.Sian Nicola Chapman
Without the support of the staff and the well-structured approach to teaching, and identifying my learning needs, I would be ill-prepared for my current role. I'm now able to prepare professional reports for management purposes and am able to approach my work in a methodical and analytical manner suited to a professional role.Steve Barkes - Sociology
The lecturers at Staffordshire University work on a personal level, which reaches to students' individual needs. They have vast experience of teaching, working and research. They are helpful and dedicated to ensuring that students get the best from their time at university.Georgina Jackson - Sociology, Crime and Deviance
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The Beacon Building
A brand new building. It includes teaching spaces, IT labs, and a new cafe housed at the centre of the University's campus.
We've invested £40 million in specialist laboratories, studios and updated social spaces. All to ensure you experience a balanced university life.
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Your home from home. If you stay with us you'll stay in brand new facilities, social spaces and outside areas. Your new refurbished accommodation includes USB plugs, instant hot water boilers, outdoor pizza oven and Bluetooth kitchen speakers.
Employers value the level of understanding and skills our graduates bring to the workplace.
Each sociology and criminology degree empower you to understand values and different outlooks. This equips you to engage in critical debate and sustain your own judgement.
We also recognise a key focus for graduates is the postgraduate careers. That's why we offer opportunities for mentoring and volunteering in the local sector. Plus, no fewer than 90% of graduates were in work or study six months after completing their degree.
Plus, according to Unistats, no fewer than 90% of our graduates were in work or study six months after completing their degree.
- Community Sector
- Young or Adult Offenders Support
- Drug Users Support
- Homeless Support
- Criminal Justice System
- Public Administration
- Probation Service
- Social Work
Guaranteed Work Experience
Who says students have never done a day's work? We provide the opportunity of work experience for all new students.
This work experience may link to your course, or it could be a broader experience. Our commitment will give students the best possible mix of knowledge and experience.