Social Anthropology & Criminology (3 Years) [BASS]
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- UCAS course code
- UCAS institution code
- Degree awarded
- BA (Hons)
- 3 years
- Number of places/applicants
- In 2014 there were approximately 765 applications for 121 places on the BA Social Sciences course.
- Typical A-level offer
- Typical International Baccalaureate offer
- 34 points overall. 6,5,5 at Higher Level. No lower than 5 in any subject.
- How to apply
All applications for undergraduate courses are made through UCAS
Find out more about the application process
- Are you interested in political and moral issues in different societies?
- Do you want to develop a comparative understanding of criminology, drawing on perspectives from social anthropology about global societies and cultures?
- Are you are interested in engaging, 'real world' research?
- Would you like the chance to study abroad for a semester?
- Take the right course units and you can apply for a paid summer internship through Manchester's Q-Step programme .
Social Anthropology and Criminology is a pathway within the BA (Social Sciences) degree or BASS for short. BASS at Manchester is designed to give you maximum flexibility and choice.
If you feel that you are interested in the social sciences but fancy the chance to try out a range of different topics, this could be the degree for you.
When you apply, you select one of the ten joint pathways of the BA (Social Sciences), each of which has its own unique course code.
Although you'll start off on your chosen two-subject pathway, by Year 2 you can take a minimum of three subjects and a maximum of five and you can then specialise in any one or two subjects in your final year.
In every subject you are given a wide range of course units to choose from, and a high degree of flexibility in the way in which you combine them as your academic interests develop.
The six main subject areas are:
- Social Anthropology : The study of societies and cultures across the globe in comparative perspective.
- Criminology : The study of the causes and consequences of crime.
- Sociology : The study of society and examines such issues as social inequalities and forms of everyday life.
- Politics : The study of human organization, government and power. Politics examines and evaluates political systems and institutions.
- Philosophy : The study of fundamental questions such as the nature of knowledge, truth and values. Philosophy also encourages greater consideration of our reasoning, judgement and ethics.
- Quantitative Methods : The study of data and analysis to understand the social world.
- Find out more and register for an Open Day
If you are made an offer we will email you an invitation to visit us late January, February or early March. These afternoons are organised by the School of Social Sciences and include a tour, a talk, refreshments and a chance to talk to students, lecturers and recruitment staff.
If you are visiting Manchester and would like to visit our admissions office please make an appointment in advance. (Call +44 (0)161 275 4470/1473 or email email@example.com )
Tuition fees for home/EU students commencing their studies in September 2016 will be £9,000 per annum. Tuition fees for international students will be £15,500 per annum. For general information please see the undergraduate fees pages.
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