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Our undergraduate subject areas

Criminology

The causes and consequences of crime

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Sociology

Explain how society works

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Social Policy

Human well-being and welfare. What makes a 'good life'?

See our Social Policy Degrees

Social Work

Become a qualified social worker

See our Social Work Degrees

Our postgraduate subject areas

Applied Behaviour Analysis

helping others to overcome barriers and acheive their potential.

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Modular Masters in Education

Leadership, Inclusion, Special Needs and ASD

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Children's Rights

Improving outcomes for children

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Youth Justice

YOUTH ISSUES, YOUTH OFFENDING AND SOCIAL AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESPONSES TO YOUNG PEOPLE

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TESOL

Devise and teach effective English Language courses

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Initial Teacher Education (PGCE)

Inspiring a generation

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Higher Education Teaching (PGCHET)

HEA approved professional development for academics

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Applied Social Studies

An overarching programme targeted at those working in the caring professions

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Systemic Practice and Family Therapy; Systemic Psychotherapy

accredited multi-disciplinary programmes for health and social care professionals

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Programme

Increase understanding of mental illness

See our Cognitive Behaviour Cert, Dip and Master's Programmes

SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH

PRACTICAL, CAREER-ORIENTATED TRAINING IN RESEARCH DESIGN, DATA COLLECTION AND DATA ANALYSIS

View our Social Science Research Programmes

Youth Justice

YOUTH ISSUES, YOUTH OFFENDING AND SOCIAL AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESPONSES TO YOUNG PEOPLE

View our Youth Justice Programmes

School Scholarships

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INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL

Education for Transformation

Spend four weeks with us in Northern Ireland, immersing yourself in a unique academic and cultural experience, and pursue your interests in our Education summer school programme.

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Postgraduate Short Courses

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Study a module as a short course

We've made it easy to study for a masters module as a short course.

We'll store your results, just in case you want to work towards a qualification such as a PG Cert or a PG Dip and you can download a transcript at any time. If you complete only one module you will earn a Certificate of Attendance.

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Open Learning

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Open Learning

Browse our short courses

Our full range of part-time leisure classes open to all.

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Open Learning Short Courses

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Hear From our Students

This course has had a significant impact upon my career and the whole development of Special Needs Education in the school in which I teach. Rachelle McDermott
MEd Inclusion and Special Needs Education

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Open Days

See what makes Queen’s University exceptional

Soak up the atmosphere of our historic campus, tour our class-leading sporting facilities, learn about our huge variety of clubs and societies and most importantly, experience for yourself the world-class learning environment we provide.

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THE RUSSELL GROUP

Queen's is in elite company

Our membership of the 24-strong Russell Group marks us out as an exceptional UK university

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How to apply

Undergraduate

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Postgraduate

The process

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