Undergraduate programmes at the Centre for Computational Social Science
The Centre for Computational Social Science (C2S2) offers five undergraduate programmes to students interested in developing data analysis skills to perform informed and realistic analyses of political and social events.
These programmes provide training in the scientific study of social science and integrate the use of cutting-edge quantitative methods, explanatory theory and techniques of political research with the study of substantive issues. Students will learn by observing and engaging in the authentic activities of real data-analysis. Core computing, research design and data analytics techniques are taught with an innovative and hands-on approach.
The following undergraduate degrees are offered by C2S2:
- BSc Crime and Data Science
- BSc Criminology
- BSc Politics and International Relations
- BSc Social Data Science
- BSc in Sociology
Students enrolled in these programmes will be offered the option to undertake a work placement in the second year, and also have access to the C2S2 Support Desk which offers one-to-one expert feedback to students questions associated with data analysis modules.