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The Manchester Q-Step Centre

Quantitative degree pathways

As part of our interdisciplinary BA Social Science programme (BASS), we offer five new degree pathways that enable you to combine a specialism in a social science discipline with a rigorous training in the use of quantitative data and methods.

The pathways have been designed to be accessible to students without a strong background in maths, with the same entry requirements as other BASS pathways (including a GCSE grade C in maths or equivalent).

Note current students on other BASS pathways are able to transfer onto one of these quantitative pathways at the end of year 1 (subject to meeting course unit pre-requisites).

What's on offer

Combine quantitative skills with one of five subjects to create a specialist degree.

Criminology and Quantitative Methods

Study data and statistical analysis alongside the causes and consequences of crime.

Philosophy and Quantitative Methods

Study data and statistical analysis in combination with the nature of knowledge, truth and values.

Politics and Quantitative Methods

Study data and statistical analysis with a focus on evaluating political systems and institutions.

Social Anthropology and Quantitative Methods

Study data and statistical analysis in the context of global societies and culture.

Sociology and Quantitative Methods

Study data and statistical analysis considering social issues such as inequalities.