Sociology at Suffolk

The social world is changing

Modern life is complex. The social world is constantly changing. Sociology examines the wider social context of our ‘lived experience’, exploring key issues such as inequality, violence, unfairness, injustice, gender, sexuality, migration, globalisation, and technology.

Our students benefit from small study groups and excellent support, while our graduates enter a broad range of careers, including social services, government and welfare services to name just a few. A number of course options are available.

BSc (Hons) Sociology

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Career Overview David is an Associate Professor in Sociology and Course Leader for Psychology/ Sociology/Youth Studies/Criminology degree routes. ...

Bernadetta is a very well-qualified sociologist, cultural anthropologist, research methodologist and educationalist. Bernadetta completed her Doctorate in Sociology at City, University of London (PhD) which was accredited by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). Her resea...

Noel is Professor of Social Policy at University of Suffolk and Dean of the School of Law and Social Sciences. After a brief, early career in social work, Noel completed a PhD in social anthropology at Queen's University, Belfast.  He joined University of Suffolk in April 2012 afte...

Qualifications PhD in Sociology (2000) and Master in Social Research Methods from Manchester University (1997) ...

Michael is a Lecturer in Sociology in the Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work. He holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Essex with an emphasis on Health and an MA in Sociology and Health Studies from the same University. He has also obtained an MA in Refuge...