Sociologists study people's social lives, activities, behaviours, interactions and processes within the wider context of larger social, political, and economic environments. Examining how social influences affect different people, and the way organisations and institutions affect people's lives are just a few of the roles of a sociologist. Our courses for sociologists provide skills, knowledge and experience to aid your career progress. Apply for our courses for sociologists and take the next step in your career.
MSc in Public Health
Our MSc course in Public Health will help healthcare professionals better understand the complex issues that surround public health and develop the problem solving and leadership skills necessary to tackle them as well as gaining indepth knowledge of topics such as public protection, environmental/geopolitical deteminants, data and statistics and management. On completion of this course, you will be able to critically appraise current developments and guidance in Public Health and have an ability to implement evidence-based public health protection, improvement and care.