The UNSW School of Social Sciences is a social catalyst driven by world-class research and leading academics. We cater to a diverse range of Social Science areas, opening up a wide range of career paths for our students as initiators, contributors and pioneers of change. We also enable our academics, researchers and students to lead the change they want to see in the world.
Our undergraduate degrees provide students with foundational knowledge in communities, politics, the economy and their interaction on human relations.
Our honours programs combine features of undergraduate study and postgraduate research. Students develop their research skills and deepen their understanding in the subject area of their choice.
Our postgraduate programs can be taken at the master, graduate diploma or graduate certificate level. Our programs are designed to prepare students for employment.
We're active in theoretical and empirical research and receives funding from the Government and other organisations. Our graduates occupy leading positions in research institutes and academia.
Our high-impact subject areas are designed to help students become a contributor of social change. You can choose to study in a range of areas including criminology; development studies; politics and international relations; social research and policy; social work and sociology and anthropology.
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