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Categories: Community Development and Youth, Postgraduate
Do you work with local communities, young children, or people who are vulnerable and need care? This could be the ultimate postgraduate training for you…
A master’s in sociology-related subjects can take your career to the next level if you’re responsible for the wellbeing of others. For those in the early childhood sector, community development or social care, there’s nothing more important than understanding how social background affects us.
American economist and former Economic Science Laureate, George Stigler, once said: “There is only one social science, and we are its practitioners.”
Humans hold the answer navigating and improving an organised society. So knowing more about why people do what they do, and cultural and economic influences, is key.
The University of Bolton’s MSc Human Society (with specialism) course is designed to grow your expertise in working with communities, helping you make a positive impact to people’s lives.
If you’re looking to upskill and boost your employability within your field, there’s no better time to return to university.
Our programme is suitable for graduates who have undergraduate degrees or five years’ work experience in early childhood, youth and community development, or health and social care. We’ve also been voted No.1 for Student Satisfaction in Social Work Courses* for the second year running!
Our 12-month programme takes a holistic view of social justice, equality and inequality in society. This provides students with a broader understanding of people who may be disadvantaged, as well as highlighting the need for multi-disciplinary work in human services.
From problem-solving skills, collaboration and teamwork to leadership skills and decision-making, this course gives you the practical tools you need to aid and support others.
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