Completing your Programme of Study at Birkbeck: guidelines for

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BSc Social Science (full time)
Year 1: 120 CATS at level 4,
Introductions: Understanding the Social World (level 4)
Social Inequalities and Diversities (Level 4)
2 x Level 4 Options
Year 2: 120 CATS at level 5
Social Relations and Social Policy (level 5) TERMS 1 and 2
Knowing the Social World (level 5) TERM 3
2 x Level 5 Options
Year 3: 120 CATS at level 6
4 x Level 6 Options
OR
1x Dissertation (Workshops in TERM 1) +
2 x Level 6 modules
BSc Social Science 2014/15 (part time)
Year 1: 90 CATS at level 4,
Introductions: Understanding the Social World (level 4)
2 x Level 4 Options
Year 2: 30 CATS at level 4 and 60 CATS at level 5,
Social Inequalities and Diversities (level 4) TERM 1
Knowing the Social World (level 5) TERM 3
1x Level 5 Option
Year 3: 60 CATS at level 5 and 30 CATS at level 6
Social Relations and Social Policy (level 5) TERMS 1 and 2
Knowing the Social World (level 5) TERM 3
1 x Level 6 Option
Year 4: 90 CATS at level 6,
3 Level 6 modules
OR
1x Dissertation (Workshops in TERM 1)
1 x Level 6 modules (30 CATS)
BSc Social Sciences
Pathways
You must take:
One 30 CATS module in the specialist area at level 5
Two 30 CATS modules in the specialist area at level 6
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BSc Social Science
BSc Social Science with Communication*
BSc Social Science with Development Studies
BSc Social Science with Geography
BSc Social Science with History
BSc Social Science with Politics
BSc Social Science with Psychosocial Studies
BSc Social Science with Social Anthropology
BSc Social Science with Social Policy
*For BSc Social Science with Communication, you must have ‘Approaches to Language’ Level 4
How to choose your options
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Substantive topic
Disciplinary approach
Length of course
Number of credits
Assessment
Timing
Applied Linguistics and
Communication
NB you must have taken Approaches to
Language at level 4 to take the level 5 and 6
options
Level
Module Title
Credit
5
Multilingualism and Multiculturalism
30
5
Language and Mind (level 5)
30
6
Language and Society
30
6
Language and Mind
30
Development Studies
Level
Module Title
Credits
5
Children, Youth and International
Development
30
5
Development Studies Independent Studies
Module
30
6
Environment & Development (tbc)
30
6
Anthropology, Development and Tourism
30
6
Race, Ethnicity and Development
30
6
Globalisation in the Contemporary World
30
Geography
Level
Module Title
Credits
5
Contemporary debates in Food & Farming (level 5)
30
5
Environment and Security
30
5
Environment, Economy and Society in Europe
30
5
Urbanisation in Developing Countries
30
5
Social Conflict
30
Geography
level
Module
Credit
6
Principles of GIS
30
6
Cities and Urban Inequalities
30
6
Environment and Development
30
6
Globalisation in the Contemporary World
30
6
Landscape Change: Past and Future
30
6
People Policies and Practice
30
6
Gender: Space & Time
30
History
Level
Module Title
Credits
5
British History from1750
30
5
European History, 1500-1800
30
5
5
5
5
5
The Archaeology of the Roman Empire
The Greek World Archaic and Classical Periods
British History
Method and Practice in Archaeology
The Medieval World c1100-c1500
30
30
30
30
30
History
Level
Module
Credit
6
Power and Self-Representation in the Greek and Hellenistic
Worlds
Cultures of Violence in Late 19th and 20th Century Britain and
America
30
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Living in the Middle Ages: From Cookery to Castles
France from 1870
Science and Religion: From Galileo to Global Warming
Religion, Magic and Society in Late Antiquity
The Birth of a Superpower: China from 1900 to the Present Day
Rebellions and Revolutions: Britain c.1588-1689
Work and Play in Early Modern Britain
Under the Volcano: The first and last days of Pompeii
The archaeology of prehistory
The birth of Modern Germany
Political and Social Change in the Middle East since 1918
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
Philosophy
Level
Module title
Credits
6
Topics in Ancient Philosophy
15
6
Philosophy of Art
15
6
Evolution and Philosophy
15
6
Philosophy and Gender
15
6
The Idea of Freedom
15
6
Morality, Nature and Evolution
15
6
The Philosophy of Nietzsche
15
6
Philosophy, Business and Society
15
6
Political Power
15
6
Philosophy of Science
15
6
Twentieth Century Continental Social Philosophy
15
Politics
Level
Module Title
Credits
5
Democracy and Authoritarianism
30
5
Introduction to International Political Economy
30
5
Contemporary British Politics
30
6
The Politics of European Integration
30
6
International Migration and Transnationalism
30
6
6
6
Nationalism, Ethnicity and Religious Confilict
Problems of Explanation and Interpretation
Empires: A Historical Sociology of International Relations
30
30
30
6
The US in International Politics
30
6
Contemporary American Politics
30
6
Digital Politics
30
6
Politics, Power and Human Nature
30
Psycho-Social Studies
Level
Module Title
Credits
5
Social Justice
30
30
6
Introduction to
Psychoanalysis
6
Social Theory and
Sociology
30
Social Anthropology
Level
Module Title
Credits
5
Material Culture, Consumption and the Construction
of the Self
30
5
30
Anthropology, Tourism and Development
5
30
Anthropology of Space, Architecture and Landscape
6
30
Anthropology, Tourism and Development
6
30
Anthropology of Space, Architecture and Landscape
Social Policy
Level
Module Title
Credits
5
Participation and Community Engagement
30
5
Social Justice
30
5
30
6
Social Conflict
Equality and Diversity: The Development of Policy and
Practice in Britain
6
The politics of Race and Diaspora
30
30
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