The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences deals with the full range of human experience. Intrinsically interdisciplinary in approach, the Faculty produces cutting-edge research that informs our world-class teaching and inspires our students, academics and the general public. Find out more about the Faculty.
** NEW ** The third issue of our Social Sciences and Global Studies Magazine has just launched. In the latest issue of this annual digital publication, discover how our research is helping to inform current global issues through impactful and transformative work across eight diverse disciplines.
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The Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences offers 23 undergraduate degree courses, as well as a wide range of certificates, diplomas and postgraduate qualifications, across 14 disciplines. Each of our qualifications combines insights from the different disciplines, bringing context and breadth to your learning. Our learning materials are informed by the world-leading research our academics conduct. Find out more about our study.
The Faculty has a vibrant interdisciplinary research culture, across all our 14 subject areas. Our interests span three millennia from understanding classical antiquity to developing future solutions to contemporary environmental challenges. Alongside research on the UK, its rich cultural history and present-day social problems, our research also has a global scope, extending to Africa, Oceania, the Americas, the Middle East and South and East Asia. Find out more about our research.
More than 300 attendees from all over the world met the next generation of Arts and Humanities researchers, during a five-week festival of free...
Hard-hitting new OU/BBC series Once Upon a Time in Northern Ireland explores the human experiences of The Troubles, giving voice to the people who...
OU/BBC co-production ‘Forensics: The Real CSI’ returns to BBC2 with 4 new episodes, with Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology Dr Jim Turner as...
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