Subjects offered

The School of Social and Cultural Studies teaches Criminology, Cultural Anthropology, Religious Studies, Sociology, and Social Policy.

The School of Social and Cultural Studies was formed in 2001, bringing together the respective teaching, research and scholarship strengths of:

Our subject areas look at the analysis of human behaviour and society, the patterning of our behaviour, how we understand and organise our lives as social beings, how societies and cultures are formed, how they are governed, how they break down, and how new and viable future social and cultural systems might develop.