Equality through Social Empowerment
Social Studies responds to the crucial need for professionals working in social, educational and administrative settings to have a broad knowledge and understanding of social inclusion and the issues this presents; drawing its body of theory from social policy, sociology and psychology.
This unique programme embodies the increasing importance of advocacy and ‘giving a voice’ to those who are disempowered within society; this programme also requires students to engage with advocacy practice through placement opportunities.
Our Sociology courses respond to the crucial need for professionals working with groups and individuals at risk of exclusion in a range of settings e.g. education, health and social care, criminal justice, welfare, employment, exclusion, diversity and disability.
The MA in Equality and Diversity in Society is an exciting development in response to The Equality Act 2010, Well-Being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 and global concerns regarding equality. Awareness of equality and diversity is now seen as an integral requirement of many organisations, as well as an aspiration for society as a whole.
The MA in Youth work offers both a professional qualifying route for those looking to gain a professional qualification in Youth Work and an academic route for those seeking CPD opportunities. The MA is underpinned by a key set of principles and values and also addresses contemporary issues affecting work with Young People in society.