BA (hons) Social Science
School of Applied Social Science
Stephanie Fleischer
(Course Leader)
What is Social Science?
http://www.esrc.ac.uk/news-and-events/videos/wiss-videos.aspx
What do Social Science graduates do?
BA Social Science at Brighton - 1st year
Semester1
Choice of
Semester 1
options
SS424
Sociological
Imaginations
SS430
Cont...
BA Social Science at Brighton – 2nd year
Semester one option choices:
Comparative Politics; Criminologies of Crime Control...
BA Social Science at Brighton – 3rd year
Semester one option choices:
Cross-Cultural Criminology; Environmental Politics; ...
Event timetable
Subject talks: These have been scheduled so that you may attend more than one talk during the day. If you ...
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Social Science, School of Applied Social Science, University of Brighton, summer open day, June 2014

  1. 1. BA (hons) Social Science School of Applied Social Science Stephanie Fleischer (Course Leader)
  2. 2. What is Social Science? http://www.esrc.ac.uk/news-and-events/videos/wiss-videos.aspx
  3. 3. What do Social Science graduates do?
  4. 4. BA Social Science at Brighton - 1st year Semester1 Choice of Semester 1 options SS424 Sociological Imaginations SS430 Contemporary Social Inequalities Semester2 Choice of Semester 2 options SS422 Foundations of Sociology SS414 Introduction to Research Methods Semester one option choices: Introduction to Applied Psychology; Introduction to Criminal Justice Studies; Social Policy Needs and Problems; What is Politics? Semester two option choices: Developmental Psychology; European Politics; Social Policy and Social Welfare; Theories of Crime
  5. 5. BA Social Science at Brighton – 2nd year Semester one option choices: Comparative Politics; Criminologies of Crime Control; History and Social Policy; Psychology; Cognition and Social Worlds Semester two option choices: Critical Perspectives on Criminal Justice; Political Ideas; Social Justice; Welfare and Wellbeing; Sociology and the Life Course Semester1 Choice Semester 1 options SS519 Theorising the Social World SS530 Research ing Social and Cultural Life SS526 Commun ity Engagem ent Theory into Practice OR SS528 Critical Analysis Semester2 Choice of Semester 2 options Choice of Semester 2 options
  6. 6. BA Social Science at Brighton – 3rd year Semester one option choices: Cross-Cultural Criminology; Environmental Politics; Global Issues: Crime, Power, Harm; Global Social Policy; Policy Analysis; Topics in Applied Psychology Semester two option choices: Care, Ethics and Social Policy; Contemporary Studies in Crime and Justice 1; Critical Addiction Studies, Critical Community Psychology; Global Political Architecture; Sociology Topic 2; Transport, Mobility and Social Exclusion Semester1 Choice of semester 1 options SS605 Sociology Topic 1 (Options) SS629 Dissertation OR SS603 Empirical Dissertation Semester2 Choice of semester 2 options Choice of semester 2 options
  7. 7. Event timetable Subject talks: These have been scheduled so that you may attend more than one talk during the day. If you would like to see Criminology or Psychology, please collect a ticket from the registration desk for the talk you would like to attend. Criminology: Psychology: Social Work: Sociology: 1.10-1.30pm 11:55am-12.15pm & 1:40-2:00pm 12:20-12:40pm 12:45-1:05pm Mayfield Building129 Social Science: Politics: Social Policy: 11:30-11:50am 11:55am-12:15pm 12:20-12:40pm Mayfield Building126 Drop-in desks: Open between 11:30am-2:00pm Criminology, CSMI, Sociology and Politics : Mayfield 115 Social Work, Social Policy and Social Science: Mayfield 102 Psychology: Checkland B408 Student finance talk: 12.00-12.30pm and 2:00-2.30pm Westlain Building, room 100 (ground floor) Accommodation talk: 12.30-1.00pm and 2.30-3.00pm Westlain Building, room 100 on the ground floor Film of ‘A Tale of Two Peters’ – a discussion between Peter Squires, Professor of Criminology & Public Policy, and crime writer Peter James – will be shown at 12.50 and 2.05pm in room Mayfield 126 Accommodation and campus tours will run from the Checkland Foyer from 11.30 onwards, going to the Falmer Halls of Residence.

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