This programme will give you an insight into the ways in which the individual disciplines of Geography, Sociology, Politics and Economics approach the study of developing countries. This Joint Honours course will demonstrate how the discipline on its own, and combined with the others, can deepen our knowledge of current development problems and the strategies to tackle them.
Our course is a plethora of development themes such as economic growth, trade, aid, modernisation and urbanisation, health issues, inequality, political pressures and migration. You will also examine detailed case studies drawn from specific countries in Latin America, Africa and Asia.
In the Joint Honours programme you will select two subjects as joint for year one. You can then either continue to study with equal emphasis on two subjects as a joint degree in years two and three, or switch to a major/minor split. Your degree title is derived from the two subjects.
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