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Enhances students' knowledge and research skills which can be applied in the varied professional roles in community services. Candidates are accepted in fields such as Children and Family Studies, Community Work, Disability Studies, Women's Studies and Youth Work.
This fascinating Social Science degree brings together Sociology, Criminology, Psychology and Law. You‘ll learn about policy making, ethics, politics, legal concepts and social policies, whilst gaining a range of skills that you can use to analyse across this mix.
You can earn your Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Social Science by taking correspondence by mail and/or online independent study courses. This means that you can work toward your degree from anywhere at your own pace. Depending on your goals, you can complete one course every 9 months, or you can earn your degree faster by taking more than one course at a time–it‘s up to you!
You can earn your Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Social Science by taking online courses during the semester schedule. This means that you can work toward your degree from anywhere – at the time and place of your choice! Depending on your goals, you can complete one course every semester, or you can earn your degree faster by taking more than one course each term–it‘s up to you!
Studying the Bachelor of Social Science (Social Science and Anthropology), you will cover a wide range of topics, including the nature of human behaviour and how people live and work together in various kinds of social groups. Your studies can be used to address some of society‘s most compelling questions on war, gender, discrimination, racism and other equal divisions of power.
Curious about human behaviour? Our Bachelor of Social Science (Social Science and Behavioural Science) allows you to examine how humans interact and communicate with each other. You will explore memory, perception, learning and consciousness and combine them with the study of broader society.
Change the way you think and challenge your assumptions about the world by studying the Bachelor of Social Science (Social Science and Communication and Media Studies).
Want to understand the events that have shaped our world? The Bachelor of Social Science (Social Science and History) gives you the chance to piece together information from the past and apply it to current events and issues through critical thinking and real-world application. 
Our Bachelor of Social Science (Social Science and Indigenous Studies) will give you an understanding of Australian Indigenous perspectives and ways of thinking. You will be encouraged to consider the political, psychological, cultural and environmental issues that shape the perspectives of Australian Indigenous people.
The Bachelor of Social Science (Social Science and International Relations) offers you the chance to learn how countries and regions interact on a global scale and the issues that these relationships can face. 
With no previous experience required, the Bachelor of Social Science (Social Science and Language and Culture) is the ideal degree. With the opportunity to study either German or Mandarin Chinese, this degree uses the experience of language learning as a gateway to the broader study of history, politics, culture, traditions, customs and national identities. 
The National University Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Social Science with a Preliminary Single Subject Credential combines rigorous coursework in history and the social sciences with training in educational methodology to prepare candidates for careers as teachers of social studies and history at the middle and secondary school levels.
The National University Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Social Science with a Preliminary Single Subject Credential combines rigorous coursework in history and the social sciences with training in educational methodology to prepare candidates for careers as teachers of social studies and history at the middle and secondary school levels.
The Bachelor of Science Social Science with Honours is course is designed to allow well-qualified graduates to extend their studies in the areas of Psychology or Sociology, either to improve their career prospects or to proceed to higher degree studies.
The Bachelor of Social Sciences with Honours is a separate fourth year of study that is undertaken following the successful completion of an undergraduate Social Science degree. In addition to the skills and knowledge that graduates have developed in their undergraduate degree, the Honours degree is highly regarded in providing advanced intellectual education in research, analysis and writing.
Social science is a branch of learning that examines society‘s institutions – their structures, theoretical foundations, evolution and interrelationships – and how they affect and are affected by human behavior. The social science disciplines include American ethnic studies, anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, sociology and women‘s studies.
Students who undertake a double degree are candidates for both degrees and are able to complete the two degrees with five years of full-time study or part-time equivalent.
What causes riots? Is commercialisation eroding childhood? Does poverty lead to crime? The social sciences explore such questions and help inform professionals – from police officers to civil servants to business executives – who want to base their decisions on the best evidence. The Social Sciences (Honours) course is offered at The Open University UK.
Students enjoy an exceptional environment at Dauphine due to its human scale and consolidation on a single site for all types of activities: educational, scientific, associative. Many conferences, cultural events and festivals, and community life rhythm of daily life and provide many opportunities to broaden their scientific training to culture and sports.
The BSW is a four-year degree program offered through the Faculty of Social Work, as well as Yukon College and regional colleges throughout Saskatchewan. In the BSW Program our emphasis is on preparing our students for work in urban, rural and remote areas including diverse individuals, families and communities with various circumstances.