Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln

Sociology and Drama

Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln
In Lincoln

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Lincoln
Duration 3 Years
Start September
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Lincoln
  • Duration:
    3 Years
  • Start:
    September
Description

This course allows you to jointly study Drama & Sociology, giving you a fully rounded experience of both subjects.

BGU’s Sociology programme provides a comprehensive and exciting introduction to the study of all aspects of the social world. The course takes you on a journey from the 19th-century foundations of the discipline through to the social, cultural and political changes that are reshaping our globalising world. Along the way, you’ll see how sociological thinking is crucial for people who want to understand the world around them, whether as students, tuition-fee payers, citizens, employees (or via any of their other social roles).

Drama at BGU is a forward-looking programme that looks beyond historic and established conventions by exploring what drama can be now and in the future. The programme is grounded in the academic elements of drama as well as practical performance making.

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Where and when

Location

Starts

Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
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Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln, LN1 3DY

Starts

SeptemberNow taking bookings

To take into account

· Who is it intended for?

The wide range of graduate-level employment-related opportunities and positions available to BGU Sociology graduates include Activism and campaigning, Advertising, Arts, Bankers (e.g. investment bankers, analysts), Charity administrators, Community and youth workers, Curators, Entrepreneurs, Filmmakers, Financial analysts, Journalists, Lawyers, Lecturers, Marketing, Police officers, Public relations (PR), Researchers, School and college teachers and Social workers. Combining your study with Drama opens up a variety of other career possibilities. Throughout our drama courses, you will acquire a number of useful skills which can be transferred to the workplace, such as good communication skills, the ability to work effectively in groups and as an individual, good organisational and decision-making skills, effective analytical skills, and the ability to apply theory to practice. Possible future careers for Drama graduates could include Theatre management, Drama therapy, or in Teaching and academic careers. All Drama graduates may also find employment in the public or private sectors, in the creative industries, within the media, tourism and leisure or with education.

· Requirements

You will normally need 96 -112 UCAS tariff points (from a maximum of four Advanced Level qualifications). We welcome a range of qualifications that meet this requirement, such as A/AS Levels, BTEC, Access Courses, International Baccalaureate (IB), Cambridge Pre-U, Extended Project etc.

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What you'll learn on the course

Sociology
Drama
Theatre
Theatre Studies
Theatre Directing
Theatre Management
Theatre Set Design
Documentary
Studio practice
Theatre History
Entrepreneurship
Sociologically

Course programme

Year 1 Modules
  • Documentary And Verbatim Theatre
  • Theatre And Studio Practice
  • European Theatre History
  • Community Arts And Entrepreneurship
  • Writing And Thinking Sociologically
  • What Is (The Point Of) Sociology?
Year 2 Modules
  • Global Shakespeare
  • Decolonising Drama
  • Advanced Social Thought
  • Discourse And Identity: Local, National And Global Contexts
  • Professional Contexts
  • In Dialogue: Subject Studies Across The Arts And Humanities
Year 3 Modules
  • Site Specific Performance
  • Independent Study
  • Intercultural Performance Practice
  • Visual Culture, Communication And Commerce
  • Surveillance And Society
  • Persuasion And Communication
  • Independent Study

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