View the undergraduate courses that are available in the Department of Social & Policy Sciences.
Department of Social & Policy Sciences
One of the UK's leading centres for social sciences, we offer degrees in sociology, social policy, social work, international development and criminology.
Choose from a range of high-quality postgraduate courses that build on our renowned research activities.
Students on MSc Public Policy reflect upon their experience on this part-time, distance learning degree.
Hear students share what they value most about studying MSc Humanitarianism, Conflict and Development.
There are lots of reasons to study social sciences at Bath. Here's our top 5.
Funding for Bath's Dr Justin Rogers (Department of Social & Policy Sciences) will enable new research into alternative care provision for children in Thailand.
Blog: Dr Sarah Moore discusses digital-era government, ongoing court closures, and the potential impact of 'virtual courts' on citizens and public services.
A new study challenges the misconception that rising population growth in Africa is caused solely by inadequate family planning.
Our research contributes to policy and practice. We are focussed on new and emerging challenges of the contemporary world.
Caroline Hickman of the Department of Social & Policy Sciences and Climate Psychology Alliance Climate writes for The Conversation.
This week's IPR Symposium 'This is Tomorrow' will discuss how policymakers are responding to major challenges from climate change to welfare reform.
Over 250 academics, policy-makers and practitioners will come together in early September for the 14th International Conference.
The award-winning ‘Voices from the Mine’ from Roy Maconachie and Simon Wharf was showcased to policymakers at the UN HQ last week.
Researchers at the University will play a key role in UK public health, tackling the rise in conditions such as heart disease and poor mental health.
The GCRF project, led by Dr Louise Brown, focuses on how social work interventions from the UK could translate to low and middle income countries.